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    Re: Should I or not?

    Forgive me. I almost added to this.
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    Re: Should I or not?

    This thread's moved on since I last looked.
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    Re: Should I or not?

    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Giles View Post
    This thread's moved on since I last looked.

    Foveon shooter here (SD1M, DPM 1,2,3).

    But, I also shoot CCD and CMOS and find no difference between them except when it is the camera I used to make the keeper shot. Post-processing is something that should not be ignored as I find it can make the difference between a good shot and a great shot regardless of sensor. My 2 cents. Now I am going back under my rock.

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    Re: Should I or not?

    Well this thread escalated quickly...
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    Re: Should I or not?

    'Should I or not?'

    Keep it and treasure it. Learn its strengths and enjoy a tremendous piece of technology in your hands. Smile at the extreme resolution that is the envy of many. Go with the instinct why you bought it in the first place. Make it work and you'll see that the investment was worth while.
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