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#1 Marty Hamrick

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Posted 07 November 2010 - 10:08 PM

I'm considering a Canon T2 to sort of get my feet wet in this arena. It has the mutli frame rates I'm looking for and the low cost for a camera with those features and lens interchangeabilty are attractive to me. Now I understand there are some drawbacks such as being able to put the image up on a monitor as you shoot. What's up with this? For my immediate needs, this isn't an issue as I'll be shooting mostly off the tripod, small crew industrial type shoots, but what if I want to use a stabilization device or jib where I can't look through the back monitor?
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