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Announced Feb 21, 2002 •
6 megapixels | 1.8″ screen | APS-C sensor
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Good day to you all, trying to make up my mind for the next camera, I ask for your valuable opinion. The past: D100, D2h, D2x, D3, D4. Wildlife only, but recently also people, mainly ethnic minorities; I use my gear only when I travel, a new house project has postponed my next trip to March 2017. I just sold the AF-S 500mm f/4D IF-ED II, it was 10 years old, time to replace it, and two D4’s, better decision then keep them inside a Dry Cabinet for the next 18 months. I was considering the D5...
I just got a D100 that I am dying to try out, but it doesn't have a compact flash card. The Nikon user guide doesn't have anything higher than 128 MB listed for Sandisk SDCFB. There is a Sandisk SDCFB1024 (1 GB) available, but I hate to buy it if it isn't going to work. I really want a chunk of memory, 128 seems like such a small amount!! Any suggestions on what compact flash card to buy that is at least 512 or 1 GB?
Hello Members, Just wanted to upgrade to full frame,I had Nikon D5200 and Canon D100(SL1).Cannot make up my mind Between Canon 6D and the Nikon D610,mostly shooting nature,animals ,landscape and real estate.My concern is the lack of built in flash in 6D. Is it a big deal?Any suggestions?Thanks.
I have a beloved backup D100, dropped it and lens tore out of plastic retainer ring screww holes. Nikon said they could repair the camera so away it went. Just got it back with a note that claimed the needed parts were no longer available. Sent it to the Nikon NY factory. The plastic lens mount to which the metal lens mount attaches had the retaining screws pull out of the plastic. Does anyone have a source of repair in the northeast USA? Thanks!
I started shooting Digital about 2 years ago. Before that it was all film. My first digital camera was / is the D7100. Since I only have experience with one digital camera, I suppose I'm not well versed on the different classes of cameras Nikon offers. What is it about the D300 / D200 and D100 that make it a "Pro" camera versus my D7100? What am I missing by not shooting a "Pro" camera? (And I'm not trying to be facetious - it's a real question) --http://www.flickr.com/photos/107641481@N02/
Hey there, I'm looking to buy my first dSLR, and despite looking at a multitude of different used cameras and reading reviews and getting conflicting opinions, I'm totally lost. I'm interested in photography, but have never gotten a real camera due to the high cost to get into it. I've only ever taken pictures on my crappy old flip phone, and before that, Kodak disposables. So I'm totally new to this game. I don't mind spending good money on something I know I'll use often, but I have no way...
Hi all, which camera would you choose between the following and why?: Canon EOS D100 Canon EOS D700 Nikon D3300 Nikon D5300 Sony a58 Pentax KS-1 I am new to the photography world, but I wish to start and learn something about it. For that reason, I wish to buy a good entry level camera that can be upgraded in the future, in order to reach a very high standard of quality. If you have any other camera suggestion, please feel free to write your suggestion here and also try briefly to explain me...
I always used Kirk L-bracket in my cameras, starting with D100, followed by D200 and D300S. I was strongly biased to consider Kirk also for a possible D810. Kirk considered it was not needed to develop a new L-bracket for the new Nikon released camera and they are marketing the prior L-bracket for D800 as also fitting the new D810. The single review I read in B&H site relating both the L-bracket and D810 looks disagree completely. My question is what L-bracket for D810 (without grip)? Usually...