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  1. Hello! I have old Nikon D90 and not regularly taking photograph...I read a topic about upgrading there camera to Sony RX100 II or Sony RX100 III and or anyone using PowerShot G7 X Mark II Wi-Fi 20.1MP 4.2x Optical Zoom Digital Camera - Black because I am planning to upgrade mine as well for the better....anyone suggestion or maybe tell me your experience with this Camera? I want small camera but better to Nikon d90 please help me
  2. Hello I am after advice on upgrading my camera. Currently I am using a Canon 50D with the 24-105 L series and ef 100mm macro f2.8 lenses. I was looking at a used Canon 6D with a shutter count of 16,000. Trading in my old camera, the 6D will cost £784.00. I was wondering if the ef 100mm will work ok with the full frame, how good the 6D is, particularly in low light, and if you think it is good value for money. If anybody has any alternative suggestions I would welcome the advice. Many thanks Chris
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