I have all the correct opinions.
Not particularly high quality (iPhone 11 while waking dogs), but so cool and very... Phoenix.
Snapshot of the 330. I had this nasty habit until now of shooting at the widest aperture I felt feasible and chasing that dank shallow DOF... recently realized how much nicer it looks when the whole stinking car is in focus and am excited to start shooting at a narrower aperture. This is just a snapshot obviously. Car to be lookin good tho.
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So was my buddy's 911
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The main draws would be:Bryan I feel like the advantages are minimal but so is the cost. If I was upgrading, which I’m not because I never shoot, I’d want something a bit more weather resistant. I also live where it rains a lot and like playing in the snow. What draws you to this ad? Would having 2 bodies allow your wife or kids to shoot with you?
D3100 (and D3500) only have 11 focus points. It's not much. Makes framing a photo often a matter of focusing, shifting the camera, and hoping the target stayed in focus.Also, RE focus points: Meh. I upgraded to have more and really you can just pick a close one, focus, move your frame and shoot. I wasn't aware of this until I watched our wedding photographer doing it at our engagement shoot. Turn ~20 into infinity.
JR knows me a little better, because he hasn't made that point 😅I impulse buy things so I'm wondering why you haven't already pulled the trigger.
It would be neat, but I don't know how often he'd actually do it. Then again, he loves Lego, and it might be his way into product photography...Giving your kid the old one is awesome, y'all can go shoot together. I think that's worth the price of admission even without it being an upgrade.
I would be fine, but normally more focus points tends to come with other benefits (D7000 series have 30+ focal points, for example, are weather sealed, have higher max shutter speed, and better high ISO performance than my D3100).Yeah my original 5d has 9 I think, the mk3 has a ton. Usually end up focusing then framing anyway. Was kind of a waste of dollars for me.