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I love the new camera, it catches soooo much more detail than my phone :p

I need to play around with it more to get optimal color, depth of field, and such, but that aside I am very happy with these for the first time using it.















 

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I'm pretty sure those are the best pics of Camo I've ever seen. I LOVE his ears!!
 

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Thanks! Ecko, I am positive these are the best pics of Camo anyone has seen! Until today all pics were via iPhone...
 

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Thanks Dicky. Ya know the iPhone does take some pretty good pictures (all I use/have) but it pales compared to the lens in your new Nikon D7100. Great photo's bud!
 

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Oooooooo yeah great pics!! Jealous. Camo is so freakin handsome! The camera captured him so well!
 

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Camo is so freaking cute. I love him!! Great camera. You can really see what a riot he is. Love his ears :)
 

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Great pics!! Cute dog too ;)
 

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Thanks everyone! I can't wait to get more good photo's of him. I spent the day practicing with the camera on the kid today, and the more I use it, the more I like it!
 

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Camo is gorgeous and I love his coloring!!

Those are great pictures!! Would you recommend that camera for a novice? I'm planning on picking up my first real camera after the holidays but I've never used anything other than a point and shoot.

Camo looks like he has an awesome personality.
 

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Thanks! If you really like taking pictures and are willing to learn a camera, then yes I recommend it. It has a build quality much higher than the entry level dslr's and the sensor is phenomenal. I just picked up a second lens non zoom 50mm f/1.8 to be able to shoot in low light with no flash, and I am blown away by it in conjunction with the d7100 body.
 

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Thanks! If you really like taking pictures and are willing to learn a camera, then yes I recommend it. It has a build quality much higher than the entry level dslr's and the sensor is phenomenal. I just picked up a second lens non zoom 50mm f/1.8 to be able to shoot in low light with no flash, and I am blown away by it in conjunction with the d7100 body.
Thank you! Since I understood next to nothing of what you actually said...I'm thinking I should start with an entry level dslr! lol :D
 

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Nice looking dog. Enjoy the camera....I've been wanting a new one- just can't decide.
 
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