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Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On December - 26 - 2016

The Superior DSLR

The Superior DSLR


Canon vs. Nikon? Olympus or Sony? What about Pentax? I’m not going to boast about one particular brand and compare it to others in this article. I just want to note a few points concerning this:

– There are many out there willing to get passionately emotional (like, veins popping out of neck type of emotional) to defend the honor of the brand they’ve sworn allegiance to. I say that’s ridiculous. Unless these folks are paid for their energy spent exuding these emotions. Read the rest of this entry »

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