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Old 03-02-2008, 09:32 PM
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Your Camera & gear review.

Everyone see's reviews of cameras and gear out there, but here, a person could put there own review on the product because they already have it and is using it on a regular basis.

Here is a place to where you can put your own review of the camera gear on review for others to see.

If you could, put a review on some of the cameras & gear you have? IT dont matter if your still film or digital, a beginner or experienced photographer. Who knows, maybe those companies will see this thread and change to what WE WANT

What do you like/dislike about?
Where did you buy it?
Do you wish you didnt even get it?
What would you improve on it?

Hey, why not give it a 1-10 (10 being the best) rating.
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Old 08-13-2008, 02:35 AM
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My Equipment
Sony a200,
Sony 18-70mm lens,
Quantaray AF LD 70-300mm Super Macro,
(1) 4gig CF Card Lexar Platinum 80x
(1) 2gig CF Card Lexar Platinum 80x
(1) 2gig CF Card SansDisk Ultra II 15mb/s
6 filters( 3 @55mm and 3 @ 62 UV, Polarize, Red for B/W photography)
(2) Batteries,
A Dynex TriPod,
A Dynex MonoPod,
Gorilla Pod,
Lowepro bag "Nova 2 AW"
Lowepro Neck strap "Transporter"
Opteka Timer Remote Control,
Opteka Wireless Radio Remote Release

Other:
Sony DSC-H1 5.1 Megapixel as second Camera
LGVX8600 1.3Megapixel CMOS Cell Phone
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Old 08-13-2008, 06:22 AM
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What do you think of the A200? That's the one I've been looking at getting.
It will take all of my Maxxum lenses. The reviews I've seen are positive but to hear from a real owner would be cool.
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Old 12-11-2008, 04:04 AM
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Default A200 Review.

I am very happy with the camera. I have taken over 10000 photos with it since March and it has worked flawlessly! It has many features that are in "Higher End" DSLR cameras and the In Body Stabilization is great. With all the Minolta lenses that one can get and use with it, just adds to the camera's value.

I shoot most of the time in ISO 100-400 and sometimes ISO 800 but rarely. Most of the can& NIK cams that are 10.2 use the Sony 10.2mp CCD that si in the a200 IT is a really good camera for the money and i say u cannot go wrong.

Go to my Blog or my Flickr page to see photos taken with it.
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