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  1. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by John
    No, it's not. The Canon grips are much smaller than the Nikon ones. At least that's what I remember from the last time I tried a Canon, and I can't remember when that was.
    You don't? I can post that picture twice in one day, you know!

    Aren't the less expensive Nikon frames a little smaller than the D700, for example? I handled my brother's D60 (sorry Hunter) or is it a D90? I forgot and it is a world apart from the, erm, bigger ones. Canons have size differences too, but the difference isn't anything as big as with these two!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hunter
    I was invited to cover Joe Walsh Wednesday night when he preformed live in Durham NC.
    I saw Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band last week. Last time I was at a Seger concert was 33 years ago. It was amazing that much of his original band was still intact, including the incomparable Alto Reed on Sax & Chris Campbell on Bass Guitar. It was a real bonus to see former Grand Funk Railroad Drummer Don Brewer hitting the drums hard. Wow, what a show, can't believe Seger's energy at 66 years old.

    Your pics of Joe Walsh reflected in my mind while I was at the concert, wishing I had more than a P&S camera. Those Walsh pics truly are amazing and I point several folks to this URL so that can really see what's possible to capture in concert lighting.

    Although very different in their styles of rock n' roll, Bob Seger & Joe Walsh are 2 of my favorites. No elaborate stage shows or laser lights, they've both managed to always sound good live and that's why I pay the price for admission.

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    Hmm Hunter, maybe you should have a photography class. I need someone to teach me how to use my Nikon D80.
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    Icon17 Excelent Shooting

    Very Nice shots of Joe,Good Work!!!!.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrashClint
    Hmm Hunter, maybe you should have a photography class. I need someone to teach me how to use my Nikon D80.
    Actually, when Hunter got first interested in photography, I was staying at his home for a few days, and back then I was shooting a D80. So you may say, that that camera was the reason Hunter fell in love with photography. Right Hunter?!?!?!
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