Loved my D70. I bought it the day it showed up in the store. The quality of the 18-70mm 'kit' lens was amazing!
After 10 years mine is still working... The lady i sold it to still hasn't seen the...
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Except for the D3~4 series. And given that 75% of my sports photos are outdoor dusk/night.
I'm thinking D7100 but am also considering D610 although it is nearly double the...
I noticed that today on B&H the D7000 is not longer available body only and is listed as discounted. Also, the D7100 with lens is $500 off...
I would say that Nikon is in the...
I do more 'pet photography' then i'd like.. (we'll.. if its my dogs i like it... not so much other peoples pets :-) )
I use a 50mm 1.8g and my 70-200 f/2.8 most of the time. For fun i'll even us my...
The D300 was from a different time.. when FX was just released (D3). I doubt Nikon will ever name a DX camera 400/500/350..ect.
Dx = Pro
Dxxx = FX
Dxxxx = DX
the D300 replacement will be the D7200...
In DX mode you are down to 10.3mp.
What DX lenses do you have?
Clunky is a good word for DslrDashboard... but IMHO.. It's more of an Android issue then the software (Im not saying he couldn't spend some time to clean up the layout :D ).
When you have thousands...
I would suggest a program like FocusTune (~$40) to help diagnose your issue.
But... if you start looking for problems you'll probably find them (if they exist or not). I would recommend you just...
Just sell it and get a Canon 70D..
just don't do any Moire testing on the 70D or you'll want to sell it also..
Maybe you should just get a D600... oh.. the oil.
D800? dang file size!
If you define Shutter Lag as "the delay between triggering the shutter and when the photograph is recorded"... then yes, technically the D7000 is faster: 238ms vs. 251ms. So you take a 13ms...
The D7200 (DX) will be a better replacement for the D300. (larger buffer.. faster fps)The D810 (FX) will be a better replacement for the D300 (faster fps.. better DX mode)
But i don't...
I was in the same boat a few years ago... And I've tried all the lenses listed.
For me.. the best bang for the buck was the older Nikon 70-200 f/2.8 VR1. Priced @ $1200-1400US you'll be hard...
Thats funny... because most reviews say the 18-200 & 18-105 are very similar. I know that I've owned both lenses and couldn't tell much of a difference between the two.
IMHO.. You'll always give up...
Here are my camera settings..
* AF-C and Dynamic 9 PointAF-C is a given.. but i've had best results 9 point Dynamic. You can mess around with 21 point and see if you like it (i'd skip 51 point).
I started with Trancend 32gb class-10 cards when i first got my D7100 (i had used them on my D7000).
I've since upgraded to the SanDisk Extreme Pro 32gb UHS-1 cards and they do make a...
Using a fast UHS-1 card (SanDisk Extreme Pro).. I get:
RAW 14bit -- ~8 frames before things slow down.RAW 14bit compressed -- ~9 frames before things slow down.RAW 12bit compressed -- ~10...
The OP can't get the body+lens discount for the 18-140mm... so the cost is ~$600.
The OP already has:
D710035mm f/1.8G50mm f/1.8D70-300VR
I can guarantee you the OP's 70-300VR @ 140mm and f/5.7...
That tells me Nikon thinks this is a $280 lens even though they've put a MSRP of $600 on it.
I'm sure its a good lens... but go out and use some better f/1.8 or f/2.8 glass then come back and tell...
1/1250 | f/2.8 | 4000 ISO
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