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Question of Ease of Use of mirrorless cameras.
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Dec 9, 2013 12:34:40   #
seymour
 
FOR A GREAT TRAVEL CAMERA- AND FOR ALL AROUND USE-
SEE THE CANON POWERSHOT- G15 OR G16
ITS THE CLOSEST THING TO A DSLR (NO INTERCHANGEABLE LENS)
LOADS OF FEATURES IN A BODY THAT WONT QUIT .

ON OCCASION I STILL USE MY G1 (ABOUT 12 YHRS OLD) AND IT
FUNCTIONS PERFECTLY.
GOOD LUCK ON YOUR TRIP

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Dec 9, 2013 12:35:11   #
seymour
 
FOR A GREAT TRAVEL CAMERA- AND FOR ALL AROUND USE-
SEE THE CANON POWERSHOT- G15 OR G16
ITS THE CLOSEST THING TO A DSLR (NO INTERCHANGEABLE LENS)
LOADS OF FEATURES IN A BODY THAT WONT QUIT .

ON OCCASION I STILL USE MY G1 (ABOUT 12 YHRS OLD) AND IT
FUNCTIONS PERFECTLY.
GOOD LUCK ON YOUR TRIP

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Dec 10, 2013 15:00:08   #
StephenVL
 
GoofyNewfie wrote:
Looks familiar.
Where is the rewind crank?
:wink:


The photo is a top view. The rewind crank is almost always on the bottom.

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Dec 10, 2013 15:39:47   #
MtnMan
 
StephenVL wrote:
The photo is a top view. The rewind crank is almost always on the bottom.


Mmmm...I didn't have Nikon but the rewind lever, which also activated the lightmeter, was around the knob that set ISO and shutter speed.

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