It's the wish-list time of year again, and rather than resurect an old thread I'll start a new one.
What's the one lens you most wish Nikon would introduce? Realistically. Or not...
I'm trying to decide with just going with the Nikon D7000 or to take the risk with the Nikon D7100, especially with the sales going on now.
The reason I call it a risk is because...
I've been interested in photography for about 2 years since getting my Nikon D5100. I currently have 2 prime lenses, the Nikon 35mm DX 1.8G and Nikon 85mm 1.8G. The vast majority of my...
Hey Admin, care to give us more rumors about an updated D7100. Before you were saying it will never happen. Now, it is very possible. You know something and your not sharing.
Allan martin wrote:
If you're not using it and can get $300 for it I'd sell it, but you also have to realize it's about $100 more than what they're going for so you run the risk of...
I am really leery of 3rd party lenses.
I used to be until I tried the 70-300 tamron and now this sigma. I'm not leery any more :)
I agree for what the 16-85...
Tony Beach wrote:
Actually, the discussion was about a hypothetical camera many here are waiting and hoping for, but you turn it into an FX versus DX discussion ... [omitted]
Simon Garrett wrote:
Peter Hayward wrote:
Re why do I and zillions of others want a D400?
Can you quanitfy "zillions"? Taking your logic of forum posts, the Nikon FX forum has twice the number...
I'd go for the F2.8 zoom to replace the 18-55.
After that, perhaps an 85F1.8g, and start looking at flash options.
I see there is also a Sigma 17-50 2.8...
Radu Tenenbaum wrote:
So, what could be that market disrupting Option 2?
I don't thnik we know that at this stage. But I think there are a few criteria that must be met,
1) It would need to get...
So it's early next year or Q3 next year. He also says that there was a poor response to the D300s so you have to wonder if the D7200 will be the D400 replacement as far as...
Like ly personal. taste. They're uniformly warm.
1) Is your monitor color calibrated?
2) Are you using a web browser that can read and interpret colour profiles (to be...
I recently attended a bird show where they let owls fly freely in a large covered area. To be fair, the pics were crap. But that had to do with the photograper. I was trying to shoot the owls at...
uped up DezM wrote:
Thom is on point & I'm starting to read more of his articles. Agree 100%. I like this:
"The 16mp sensor, for instance, suggests that this might be a darned nice street shooting...
I've been a regular reader of DPreview for several years now but until now I have never participated in the forums. I am now ready to enter the dSLR world in a more...
Andre Bomhof wrote:
Thanks for voting, everybody. Interesting result. I thought more people like me (walkers, cyclists, travel photographers etc.) would have been interested in a compact and...
I currently am using a D5100 and feel like it no longer is the camera for my needs. It's a good camera in many ways, and has helped me learn much about photography but I...
Considering the success of the Fujifilm X-Pro 1, and anticipation for the future X-Pro2...
... would you consider purchasing a light, smaller, APS-C/DX-format version of the recent...
a) These were militia, not trained soldiers. Mind you this is 1936 at the start of the war.
b) Look at the Great War. Soldiers leaving their trench to run (or walk in the case of the Somme battles)...
In this shot the AF-Area mode is set to "Auto" and the focus points chose the cabin to focus on (with 13 boxes) so the matrix meter will bias to...
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