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LaundyGoggles

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  1. This is probably a stupid question, but if a camera has a optical viewfinder, but can't change lenses, is it still an SLR? An example camera is the Nikon P900. They don't market it as a DSLR, so I'm interested if it is one.
  2. My DSLR just broke and I'm dirt poor, so I am choosing between the T3 and the 40D. I would be using it mostly for stills, but being able to shoot video with the T3 is nice. Which do I pick?
  3. Thanks for clearing that up. Guess I'll have to start saving for a new camera.
  4. So yesterday I was using my Canon 450D, and I was taking photos in burst mode, and suddenly it stopped and an error 99 screen popped up. I replaced the battery and nothing happened. I did everything to try to fix it but nothing worked. Today, I decided to take another look at it, and I flipped up the mirror and saw this- I have no clue if this is normal, but if it isn't, it might be the cause of the error. Also, whenever I turn the camera on, the shutter puffs out a bit, then goes back to normal. Please help me, as I don't have the money to but a new DSLR. Even if those silver things don't relate to the error, does anybody have an idea what might? I already tried a new SD card, lens, and battery. Thanks in advance.
  5. It's a stupid question, but I want to make sure that I'm right.
  6. 9/10 I love the bokeh! This is a photo that I took of my friend about a week ago
  7. 9/10 The people are a bit distracting. The camera is a bit dusty
  8. When I first played Super Mario World at my cousin's house
  9. We used to have some really old dells with Windows XP, but they upgraded them to Lenovo ones with 6500ks, 16gb of RAM, Windows 10, Nvidia k620s, and 1080p monitors.
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