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  • John says:

    I got a chuckle or two out of this post, thanks for the nice light Friday afternoon reading Dan! 🙂

  • Tim says:

    This post is awesome.*

    * By writing this, I’m implying that I’m an “in-the-know” pro-level photographer.

  • I’m happy to say I knew all these terms. Still learning. But I do have a couple questions. Does the Nikon d7000 allow for cable/wireless remote shutter release? If not the d7000, what else would you recommend around the same price?

  • Janine says:

    HAHAHAHA LOVE IT!

  • Dan Bailey says:

    Kellie, the Nikon MC-DC2 is the dedicated electronic cable release for the D7000. I’d say, for the price, the D7000 is probably the best Nikon body in it’s class. It definitely offers more advanced and pro features than the D5100, and it lighter and much less expensive than the D700. I think that you can not go wrong with the D7000.

    Also, I dig your blog. Bicycles- what’s not to love?! Ride free. – Dan

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  • Joe D. says:

    Funny stuff! Nice satire on how some folks approach photography.

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