When do you know to move on?
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17-03-11, 07:29 PM
Join Date: Jul 2009
It's much easier to see it in hindsight. If you're getting more into it and you can afford it, then upgrade. I started (digitally anyway) with a Canon bridge camera which very quickly became an Olympus E-510. That lasted about a year until I upgraded to a D90.
If you work at it and you're passionate about it, you very quickly outgrow cameras like the FZ38. It's not wrong, just a matter of progression.
Personally, I found upgrading game me a renewed interest and the more advanced interface and increased ease with which I could change settings made me take more control of the camera and I've learned more from my D90 than I did with any previous camera.
In the end, I used the D90 for about 2 months and realised that I'd reached a point that I had little interest in upgrading from any time soon. It's find of like you find your comfort zone.
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