When do you know to move on?
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17-03-11, 05:52 PM
Join Date: Nov 2010
I guess the question you need to ask is, what do you want to do that you can't do with the camera you currently have?
If there are good and justifiable reasons for you to move (and one of those reasons might well be cos a D90 is nice and shiny and I want one!!!!! (I've got one, and love it...!)) then its time to move. If you truly can't justify it, and you can still learn from your current kit, then it might be worth hanging on a bit longer.
I moved from a Nikon F501 SLR to a 3mp Canon compact when digital kicked in, which was fine, but I certainly felt the loss of an SLR! For me, it was about speed, quality and reach - you can't just turn a compact on and take a pic, you can't just instantly take a pic, you can't just fire them off, you can't make a compact better by adding to it (well you can now with the system cameras, if you want to call them compacts!), etc etc. So I guess I knew what I was missing when I upgraded to a D70 at the time.
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