Nikon D7100

Announced Feb 21, 2013 •
24 megapixels | 3.2 screen | APS-C sensor
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Hi, I've used LR for some simple post-processing for a couple of years, but, was wondering what other software are good out there. I have a Nikon D7100 and mainly shoot with a 35mm 1.8, and 18-140. I'd like to know which software(s) is good for Portraits, and would give a professional look. TIA.
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I am trying a very basic setup. The D7100 with internal flash set to commander mode. I am using that to fire my SB910 which is on a light stand as a remote. The images are 2 stops underexposed.  Settings are ISO 200, shutter = 60th and Aperture at 5.6 I have tried everything to resolve this. Changing ISO or shutter speed does nothing, it seems to compensate for that and gives me basically the same exposure, as it should. Now if I dial in a +2 on the remote flash (via commander mode) all is...
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I bought the D50 back in 2005 for it's fairly impressive low light (high ISO) performance. Because so much time has passed since then, I haven't found any direct comparisons between that old 6mp tech and the new stuff in terms of low light performance. I'm not too far off from considering the D750 FX camera because the difference is surely so massive that I need no convincing.   However, if the D7100 is a very strong low light performer and a huge upgrade (in that regard) from the D50... then...
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Hi all, Trying to review a potential move to  FX from DX. Using the DP Review Dynamic range comparison tool that is available in the "Dynamic Range" of any camera review. If I compare D610, D800 and D7100, the D7100 comes on top with the widest DR of them all.  This doesn't sound right....is this so?
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For my 1.7 crop Sigma cameras I have an assortment of lens - some APS-C, some FF. I have no rules such as "I only use FF", etc. And the Sigma pixels are big, making lens resolution, diffraction and aberrations somewhat less important compared to, e.g., Nikon D7100 users. Having said all that, my collection will need to thinned one day . . So - apart from size, weight & cost, is there any reason why I should favor my FF lenses over the APS-C lenses? P.S. Sigma only makes true macro 1:1 lenses...
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Good morning. I bought a Nikon d7100 some weeks ago, kit lens 18 - 105 vr. Since my wife was intrigued by macro photography, we also bought Tamron 60mm f 2 Kit lens isn't that bad...OK, at 105mm it's quite dark, but I'm not so fond of portraiting, so I can live with it. Moreover, I literally fell in love with 18mm focal lenght, and I'd like to have a higher quality lens on short focal lenghts Since Christmas is coming, I'm planning my present :) and I have a doubt: Should I buy A) Tamron 17 -...
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i am jst starting to learn the basics..i am more into portrait and landscapes ..so which is the best lens available for this type of photography ??
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I use a Nikon D7100. Whenever I use an ISO of 800 or higher, I get so much noise the photos are unusable. In all fairness, I will assume there are three obvious reasons for this, the camera, the lens, or the photographer. I sent the camera back nikon and they adjusted the white balance, but nothing else. So I figured maybe I needed to upgrade the quality of my lenses. So I started working on higher quality of lenses. Made no difference. I have also tried a variety of lenses, Sigma, Nikon...
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I've just joined Canon's family with a 6D after shooting with a D7100 for some time. My first priority is to make a wish list of lenses that will help to recreate (or improve) the range I used to have with my DX camera. I've not updated the signature yet, it still hase my DX gear and as you can see I had: Tokina 11-16  Sigma 17-70 Nikkor 50 f1.8 And the kit lens that I've not used for ages. Before moving to Canon I was planning to buy a macro lens in the 90/105mm range, but that's not my...
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Never thought that I was really a gear geek, but now I know for certain that I AM. Just received a Canon FD 400mm S C C lens, and a FD 50mm S C C macro lens and awaiting the adaptors for  my EM5 and Nikon D7100. Until the adaptors arrive, I have done some searches on Google for all information pertaining to this and I am kind of getting some information, but not enough. Now I know for certain that some of you are also dabbling in these lenses so any and all information is welcome. For...
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