Announced Aug 23, 2007 •
12 megapixels | 3″ screen | Full frame sensor
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Or do I need to get the $119 D3 battery and its $119 charger? Do just the regular batteries that come with the camera work well enough? I found out the whole kit w/D3 battery, etc. was a total of $513@B&H. (there is another $34 item that fits the D3 battery in the grip too.) Thank you for any first hand advice on this.
Except for the D3~4 series. And given that 75% of my sports photos are outdoor dusk/night. I'm thinking D7100 but am also considering D610 although it is nearly double the price and with out the crop factor. Reason for asking: I've got a D7000 which performs very well and considering to upgrade. I also have a D800 which is great except for the slow FPS. However that has taught me to 'get the shot'. --Michaelwww.Qamera.com
I am planning to buy a A7 body to use with two KonicaMinolta zooms (28-75 2.8 and 17-35 2.8-4). Which adapter is a good choice and what the differences? Thank you in advance. --My galleries :http://www.photo.net/photos/MaurizioNikon D3 - AFS 16-35 4 VR - AFS 24-70 2.8 N - AFS Micro 105 2.8 VR N.Sony Nex 5 - E 16mm f 2.8 - E 30mm f 3.5 Macro.
The batteries for my D3 are about done. I really hate spending $120 each for new ones, given that Nikon has made them obsolete. I see that Watson makes a knock off. Does anyone have any experience with that brand or any other reputable replacement? Thanks in advance. Rich
I plan on purchasing several thousand dollars worth of camera equipment in the near future. To finance the purchase, I have decided to part with my gently used Nikon D3. This camera is in pristine condition with a low shutter count. All of the stores are quoting the same price for the new equipment. The only way to reduce the hit on my pocket is to obtain the best trade in offer. Naturally, the stores want to see the D3 before making a firm offer. Short of mailing it to all the stores, I...
I've come to the D600 from a D3 ... where I naturally didn't have a plastic cover for the LCD. The D600 does come with one ... in use, how necessary is it really? We use it for studio/location portrait work, no journalist slamming around or sports shooter tossing things in bag stuff ... --Neil