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  1. #1
    Captain of the Ship Photo-John's Avatar
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    New Camera Reviewer

    Meet Calanan, our newest reviewer. He's a professional photographer and Nikon shooter here in Salt Lake City. He is working on our Nikon D90 review.

    Nikon D90 Camera Preview and Unboxing Video >>

    And in an incredible bit of irony, this photo was taken with the new Canon EOS 50D, which I recently bought. I shot it at ISO 2500 and I've posted a full-resolution version in my gallery.

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    Re: New Camera Reviewer

    Welcome Calanan!

    I'll be keeping an eye out for when the pro review is ready - since I'm somewhat interested in the D90.

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    Re: New Camera Reviewer

    Welcome aboard Calanan. Can't wait to see your reviews!


    On a side note, that is a crazy picture, ISO 2500?!?!? It's amazing...
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    Welcome

    It's interesting to see a real-life test picture rather than a testing chart. The small image you posted looks very good but when you look at the full-size image it's not quite so impressive. And you have some purple fringing on the left hand side where his shirt is brightly illuminated. You shot this at 1/20s f10 on a 28mm?

    I'm bursting to use my new gear but last weekend the weather was miserable and you can't do photos in the shopping malls. Plus I went out dancing a lot - my other passion.
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    Re: New Camera Reviewer

    Welcome Calanan, I too am looking forward to your D90 review also, Jeff
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    Re: New Camera Reviewer

    Nice to have you aboard Calanan. I'm looking forward to your review.
    Don't forget about the Gallery. Are your photos there??


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