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Old 04-12-2008   #21
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Just checking in.
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Old 04-18-2008   #22
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thanx a lot for the links!

anyone know a good website from which i can learn about lenses?
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You are welcome.

The links will continue to develop. I have found this a useful tool for teaching my intro to digital photography class.
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Kelly,

Great thread! I was able to pass it on to friends who are just starting with digital photography. It is a lot easier than me having to explain things.

Good work.
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Thanks! I also created it to encourage Camel membership.

As far as lens reviews go...this is a pretty good site to investigate:

The Motley Pixel: DSLR Lens Reviews and Sample Photos
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Old 04-25-2008   #26
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This list has some great information. It has probably been here for ages, but I have only just found it. Thanks so much-will it disappear at some point?
I have questions about the Auto Focus area modes on my Nikon D50. I'm never sure which one to use. If this answered somewhere else in the forums, please point me in the right direction.
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It has been here since November 2008, and as long as it is getting hits and is a sticky, it will remain at the top of the thread...me thinks. I am trying to post the questions in a logical order, and occassionally think of something else that I need to include. I use this thread for my digital photography course I teach...an introductory course to digital photography.

To answer your question specifically, try the Nikon thread. Post the question in the thread title and you will be suprised at the help you get.

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Whoa Kelly, you can post from the future!

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Come on down to the Nikon forum, and we'll set you up right.
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Yep, those are some mighty powerful shoulders.


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