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  • #16
    What makes you say that Jon? I have little or no time on my D100 images. What firmware version is yours?

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    • #17
      Same here. I spend like less then a minute editing my photos from my Nikon D100. Just a simple resize, sharpen it, and mess with the colors and voila, you have a top quality photo.

      Kevin.

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      • #18
        check out www.fotoware.com and download fotostion 5.0- has a lot of automated actions that make getting great images easy

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        • #19
          Originally posted by JeffinDEN
          What makes you say that Jon? I have little or no time on my D100 images. What firmware version is yours?
          I'm using the newest version (2.0, I think). There's just sometihng about the Canon 10D or D60 that makes aviation related shots better. With Canon it seems as if though the cameras put out sharper and show a little bit more detail than aviation related pics using the D100. Take Clovis's camera for example. His images look like they're from a Canon 10D or D60. Heck, they look better than a lot of images I've seen taken with the D100 (not just mine). I don't know if it's Canon's glass but it just seems that it puts out an almost 'perfect' picture, IMO. Don't get me wrong, I love my D100, but I think it takes a lot more practice to get images to look right straight from the camera on a D100 than with a 10D or D60 from what I've seen so far.

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          • #20
            It has nothing to do with the camera...everything to do with the photographer.

            -Clovis

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            • #21
              Originally posted by Leftseat86
              It has nothing to do with the camera...everything to do with the photographer.

              -Clovis
              I know That's why I said: "Don't get me wrong, I love my D100, but I think it takes a lot more practice to get images to look right straight from the camera on a D100 than with a 10D or D60 from what I've seen so far".

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              • #22
                I use a fuji finepix 2800z. I know its nothing special, but its a decent cam to start out with.

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