Announced Sep 14, 2010 •
15 megapixels | 3″ screen | APS-C sensor
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By: zaurus (8 months ago)
I've got the FotodioX Pro FD(n) to NX adapter which works with my NX100. However, it does not work with my Galaxy NX. Which FD(n) to NX adapter works with both? I would like to avoid modifications to the adapter or glueing down the pin on the camera body. (I realize there is no menu item to enable "shoot without a lens" which is a pity).
By: mjkshots (8 months ago)
Posted to: Open Talk
Hi, I might possibly enter the world of mirror-less cameras, I am a Canon shooter and have a lot invested in L glass, Don't worry I do not plan to get rid of my eos bodies :) but would like to have a tiny little camera in my shirt pocket :) My question, I have long lenses that do not focus unless they are powered by the camera. I HAVE been looking at the Samsung nx500 body and looking for some adapters to use my eos lenses. I can't seem to find any adapters that allow auto focus, this is bad...
Hey everyone, I planning to buy a beginner camera because im passionate about stargazing and i want to start taking pictrues at night (milky way and star trails). But im stucked between 2 cameras. First i was thinking to buy the Sony Aplha 5000. But now i could go with the Sony nx100 mark1. But simply i can not decide. I know, that the nx100 has much faster F number(f1.8) but i heard that the alpha handels low light situations better.( The alpha has F3.5) So i cant decide and i need youre...
I know questions have been asked on this before. I have an nx100 (my first apsc camera) and I recently purchased a Komine 135 2.8 for a great price. I have a fotodiox adapter to mount the fd lens. However I can mount it perfectly, focus and everything, but when I go to take a shot the screen says no lens. For a few minutes I managed to get it to say attached, but it kept flickering to no lens. Now it's just kaput. Any advice? It would be so annoying to have to return the darn adapter and...
Hi All, Sorry for a noob question, but what lense you use to shoot sport event with the NX100 ? I was using the 50-200 (V2) for my kids soccer game (outside with good light) using continous AF or Burst and could get the correct pictures (either out of focus, focus on something else ...). May be it's me (bad photographer), but I have no problem with my +10yrs old Canon 30D. Thanks.
Hi all! I've just ordered a Samsung NX20 as an upgrade to my NX100. My lens line-up will now be 16mm, 30mm, 20-50mm, 18-55mm and 50-200mm. I'd really like to get my hands on a macro lens but can't afford to splash out on the 60mm NX lens after buying the camera. Can anyone recommend a decent legacy lens plus adapter that would work with the NX at a decent price (cheaper the better as this is hobby stuff and I'm not sure how much use I'll get out of the macro lens yet - as long as it isn't...
Hello I have a question does the EVF for NX100 work with the NX300 if not is there any third party VF that does thank you --http://www.pbase.com/aarif/floating_market_2013http://www.pbase.com/aarif/bangkok_jan_2013http://www.pbase.com/aarif/cairohttp://www.pbase.com/aarif/alenahttp://www.pbase.com/aarif/gpp_workshop
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