Anyone know similar app for Android devices?
Theophis: My experience with Nikon batteries has been excellent. I have the 8800, D200, and a D700. My oldest camera batteries were made in 2005, and they still take and hold a charge.
Along the way I bought 2 knock off (made in china) brand EN-EL3 batteries that did NOT last 12 months. Both batteries are useless; I can't throw them far enough to reach the landfill.
Naysayers are welcome to their opinions, but my observations support Nikon only batteries. Priceless, albiet higher cost.
original accessories are designed to last, unlike most 3rd party accessories which are only cheap knock offs.
user interface looks impressive.
justmeMN: Once again, Nikon is alone in offering a DSLR with no Automatic Exposure Bracketing. Even many compact cameras have AEB. This is designed as a beginners camera, and beginners need AEB the most, to conveniently handle tricky lighting situations. (And, of course, AEB is also used by people who use HDR software.)
I don't want to own a high Mp camera, it puts too much strain on my storage system and ultimately on pocket.
I think like most Nikon products this lens will sell for cheaper price in India atleast at the moment.( thx to insane US$ to INR conversion rate).
ivan1973: Nikon D4 will be developing its own 4K with cinema lenses. Do not say not possible, it will.
sensor of this camera is developed specially for shooting movies unlike D4 which was designed for still primarily.
neat design. also a reasonable price.
I think Canon is in deep trouble, remember 1Dx was announced well over 6 months back so I was kind of expecting some really good number of this camera in stock at the launch. But since that hasn't happened, Canon is really screwed up and such delays are going to dent Canon's reputation further more among pro-shooters. (there was a similar delay with their mk II of super telephoto lenses)
rather than a single review, shootout between different super-zooms on market would have helped first time buyers.
love those expressions in eyes.
Chaitanya S: attractive price, will wait for the review.
For 1200$ it is a 24-70 f/2.8 lens that comes with image stabilization, silent focusing motors and weather sealing. Compared to Canon 24-70 f/2.8 mk I(1400$) and Nikon 24-70 f/2.8(1800$) both these lenses lack Image stabilization. Canon stabilized lens of this focal lenght costs twice of this Tamron. Old Tamron 28-75 f/2.8 lens you spoke of was a basic lens, todays lenses have to have atleast silent focusing motors. So considering these factors 1200$ MSRP quoted by Tamron is a very good price IMHO.
Jogger: Tokina is the only third party lens maker that i would consider. This one is a pass.
You forgot the Sigma 17-50 f/2.8 OS(even old 18-50 f/2.8).
attractive price, will wait for the review.
Baxter Bad: Not enough scene modes. I need "Appearance of UFO" and "Baby Has Diarrhea".
Don Wiss: I'd like to see the database include external flashes.
I hope this lens as good as the recently launched sigma lenses like 8-16mm, 150mm OS, 105mm OS and other. Also the price of this lens is just right not too expensive.
marike6: No tripod collar? Doesn't look like it. How unfortunate. There is nothing worse than hanging a heavy lens from the camera and stressing the lens mount. Interesting lens, I just hope it does have a lens collar. Even the smallish EF 70-200 f4 benefits from a tripod collar, but since Sigma's last version of this lens didn't have one, I guess this one doesn't either.
@mayurgogoi Canon 70-200 f/4 doesn't ship with tripod collar which ever country you decide to buy it from. Its an optional accessory.
great freeze. and congrats on the win.