<p>The first thing I would do is check on the internet for reviews about the travel agent, specifically referring to the payment.</p>
<p>Did you set auto-ISO at a high shutter speed?</p>
<p>What body will you use it on? FX, DX? resolution? </p>
<p>On any fading colours?</p>
<p>I was in the Canadian Rockies in 2009 and had the privilege to visit the Tsuu t'ina Nation Powwow. Even though this is a not tourist event, I...
<p>as long as you don't mind getting stuck @ f1.4</p>
<p>Isn't what it is for Shun? Stopping down is such a waste...
<p>There is a new 105 AFS 1.4. I am pretty sure it will be a nice tool on the F100 (IMHO) the most sexy camera body ever made.</p>
<p>A lens for the filthy rich or an untreated Nikon gear acquisition addiction.</p>
<p>I disagree. Even though I...
<p>Not being sarcastic, but did you put a roll of film in the camera before you decided to examine the inside of the camera?</p>
<p>Sweden is beautiful and very much worth the trip. One advice, bring plenty of insect repellant.....</p>
<p>I would save up for a MacBook or MacBook pro. I have been and am still using windows machines at the office, but prefer the more streamlined...
<p>Sienna, Lucca, San Vincenzo, Montepulciano.... I would not stay for more than one day in Florence, unless it street photography you're after....
<p>Avoid it like the plague, the same goes for Berlin and Barcelona. I believe these places are worse than Detroit. Even Dr. Claw wouldn't go...
<p>The part that's missing is the camera....</p>
I use a 24-70 on my D700. Not a featherweight but what a lens. I believe it is perfect for travel photography.
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