Announced Sep 15, 2010 •
16 megapixels | 3″ screen | APS-C sensor
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I currently have a d7000 and want to upgrade to the d7100. I have read some reviews on bhphoto that suggest the the kit lens:18-140 is not a good lens. I am not a professional photographer so maybe I am worrying too much about a few reviews. I have a 70-300 lens that I will be keeping but need a shorter lens as well. If you think I shouldn't get the kit lens I would appreciate suggestions on what to get instead.
Hope you can help, I have a shoot this Monday. I have a D7000 and three SB700s. I was away from photography for almost a year but at that time I used to put my camera into Commander mode, one each SB700 in group A and B and then use the third as back light not in a group(?) as I recall. I used group mode M for both groups and I set my 700 to remote allowing me to increase or decrease the flash in these two groups from the camera. But for the back light I recall that I had to walk over and set...
Hello guys, need some quick advise / tips / suggestion before I send my D7000 for fixing.I've been using my D7000 for nearly 4 years now and I can say I rarely use the built in flash. Recently I noticed the built in flash wouldn't fire. I put it in all settings whether I pop it manually or be it in Auto, it will pop up, raised like any DSLR does but the flash just wouldn't fire. I noticed when put an external flash with manual mode settings those speedlite didn't fire as well.Could it be...
I have both a Nikon D7000 and a 1989 FM2n. I want to buy a flash which will work with both these bodies. The D7000 is not a problem but I am not sure about the FM2n. Will either or both the Nikon SB-910 and Nissin Di866 work with the FM2n? Thank you.
Hi everybody, I am a beginner with photographing, and I am considering buying a DSLR camera, but I just can't decide between a nikon d 5200 with two lenses, 18-55mm and 55-200mm. Or a nikon d 7000 with a single 18-140mm lens. I would most likely use this camera for taking pictures of landscaping and portrait, as I am beginning to take pictures of people and products for my company and other companies. I have found both of them at the same price, so pricing have no effect in my...
Hello there... I'm very new to DSLR. I've bit experience with point & shoot cameras. However Im thinking about upgrading to DSLR. First of all my budget is limited say 35K-40K INR ($550-$650) including lens. CAMERA BODY 1. It should not be too heavy 2. It should be able to shoot movies as well 3. It should have capability to shoot running objects After research, I've narrowed down to Nikon D3300 or D5200 (owing to my limited budget). Also I've given second thought to buying a used...
Sometimes if I try to take a picture nothing happens. Sometimes the lightning bolt on the right is flashing, but sometimes it isn't. Does anybody have a clue why the camera would not take a picture when you press the shutter button, then sometimes, it will take the picture after a few seconds? The focus is good, the card is not full, it is not writing to the card. Thanks for any help Jim --You're as happy as you think you are.
I was shooting last night in aperture priority. My D7000 was choosing some strange settings. I was shooting at f/4. I was moving in and out of direct sunlight and shadows shooting some moving kids. I just let the camera choose shutter and ISO. But I noticed later in post that the camera was choosing high ISOs and very high shutter speeds. Yes, I know I could have taken off auto ISO. But - I like auto ISO. So - that being said, I know I have done a program shift before - my question...