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    Re: Steve Perry, full review.

    Quote Originally Posted by Woodyg3 View Post
    Agreed. The man has the skills to back up his opinions. Plus, he has a great sense of humor, and is humble in his approach. Maybe I can be like him when I grow up.
    I think you already are.


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    Re: Steve Perry, full review.

    Quote Originally Posted by Nero View Post
    Never watched any of this guy's videos before, but for some reason I decided to watch this one.

    I am now subscribed to him on Youtube.
    I'm a subscriber now as well.
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    Re: Steve Perry, full review.

    Mr Perry is someone I've held in high regard for some time now. He'll also answer your questions if you care to ask him
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    Re: Steve Perry, full review.

    In a Youtube world brimming with gimmicky reviewers, each with their own brand of [sarcasm] hilarious shtick [/sarcasm], Steve stands out for being down to earth and having a commendable command of the English language. Perhaps most importantly he doesn't appear to be in love with the sound of his own voice; as waaaay too many Youtube reviewers seem to be, in my opinion.
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    Re: Steve Perry, full review.

    Quote Originally Posted by Horoscope Fish View Post
    In a Youtube world brimming with gimmicky reviewers, each with their own brand of [sarcasm] hilarious shtick [/sarcasm], Steve stands out for being down to earth and having a commendable command of the English language. Perhaps most importantly he doesn't appear to be in love with the sound of his own voice; as waaaay too many Youtube reviewers seem to be, in my opinion.
    Agreed. He seems very humble, and unlike most other "reviewers" he focuses on the subject matter instead of some gimmicky role. He also has the most thorough yet understandable reviews I've ever seen.

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    Re: Steve Perry, full review.

    I even bought two of his books!
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    Re: Steve Perry, full review.

    I really like his reviewing style. I also bought 2 of his books and they are outstanding. The one on the Nikon auto focus system is extremely useful for me, coming from the D90 to the D7500. Love the camera and his books make it easier to use.
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  8. #18
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    Re: Steve Perry, full review.

    Steve Perry, full review.
    I've been a subscriber of his for a while and have one of his books. I have found these tips quite handy:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cNUH5dCaLMU&t=475s

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5zwIWhDcTEY&t=64s





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