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D90 (mud edition) permanently stuck in January 2000

A scratched 10-20 (both ends!) also full of mud, sharp pictures are becoming a rarity and thats at f11 minimum!

I had an 18-55 but I lost it in Bulgaria somewhere...

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Canon EOS 7D and grip and I only usualy take two lenses out exploring.

An 8 - 16mm wide angle and a fast f1.4 30mm (well 50mm on my sensor) for shooting in low light.

I take a 580 flash too but it never really gets used.

Ive got my old Canon AV-1 film camera that Ive had since I was 11 too, but that generaly gets reserved for permision visits when theres time to faff with setting stuff up :)

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Nikon D7000 here accompanied with a Tokina 11m-16mm f/2.8 lens. I just recently got the lens for X-Mas and before that it was with a Nikkor 18-105 f/3.5

Aebex mate I was looking to upgrade to the D7000 in a few months. Would you recommend it?

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also a wise man once said "Shoot, keep shooting and shoot more - it doesn't matter what camera you have. Great paintings don't come out of a brush; it is the painter’s vision and imagination that makes it happen."

true words....

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I have a Canon 300d that I got 2nd hand off eBay, which does me fine as I learn. It came with my only lens - 35-70mm. I'm getting a wide angle soon, unsure of what to go for though, being a photography novice I find a lot of reviews/articles a bit too confusing or too much info!

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Samsung GX20 (re-branded Pentax K20D) and a Sigma 17-70 f2.8 lens.

It's all the camera and lens I need at the moment, I'd like something with more responsive live view though...

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Canon 5d Mk2 and a 24-105mm f/4, did have a 17-40mm f/4 too but I sold it as at the time I was just doing landscapes again and didn't need to go that wide... Kinda regretting that now.

Got my eyes on a 17mm TS-E but that's depending on a possible payrise.

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