?'s for you Digital photography buffs...

Nov 27, 2007
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Anyone shot sledding with shorter focal length lens? DSLRs produce great image quality but are heavy and bulky to carry. Compacts are easy to carry but there are obvious image quality concerns. I've been looking at the Sigma DP2 with it's large DSLR sensor which would produce very rich and crisp images in a compact size camera. What I don't know about is it's a f2.8/41mm fixed lens. I like to get as close as possible to subjects I'm shooting but don't know if this lens would just be too limiting for outdoor action photography? Thoughts?

http://www.dpreview.com/news/0809/08092305sigma_dp2.asp
 

LADYREV800

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Anybody use a Nikon D80? I got this camera for a birthday present and haven't figured it out. It's pretty high tech. :eek:
 

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I wanted a good mix of quality pics and compactness.... went with the . So far i'm impressed. Not quite a DSLR (Cost or quality), but way more (features and size) than the pocketable point-and-shoot cameras.

Tradeoffs to everything... but i'm happy with it and it takes decent pics :)
 
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