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Camera War: Nikon D3 vs Canon EOS 1D mark III

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On June - 16 - 2020
Camera War Nikon D3 vs Canon EOS 1D mark III

Camera War Nikon D3 vs Canon EOS 1D mark III

NO BRAND WAR…it just a Camera war..=)..just for fun..
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