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Old 08-10-2018, 03:45 PM   #3
RobJor
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I think if he is willing to give you a VERY GOOD friend deal(usually not) then it might be a way to get your feet wet and see if it something you like. Most paths in any hobby is not to start out with the best equipment(most expensive) first but do some learning.

Have you seen some of his photos?
If he is getting rid of his to trade up that would give you a hint as to whether this is even good enough for a starter.

One of my pet peeves(like to work this in) is low power flashe lighting, poorly positioned, lighting up only the train in the dark accepted and then a reasonable shot I do with existing light rejected, too dark or blurry.

Bob Jordan

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