Announced Jul 30, 2009 •
12 megapixels | 3″ screen | APS-C sensor
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I'll be traveling to Namibia and Botswana later this year, to photograph animals and the sand dunes; I'm guessing I'll need a wide angle and a good zoom. I'd rather have the right equipment, weight not the primary concern-- that said, I only want to take what I'll need. I have a D800 and D300s. I'm a stickler for clarity, and I will want to make some enlarged prints. My best zoom is 80-400 VR, should I rent something with more reach? I'm less inclined to want to deal with TCs. What additional...
I'll be traveling to Namibia and Botswana later this year, to photograph animals and the dunes; I'm guessing I'll need a wide angle and a good zoom. I'd rather have the right equipment, weight not the primary concern-- that said, I only want to take what I'll need. I have a D800 and D300s. I'm a stickler for clarity, and I will want to make some enlarged prints. My best zoom is 80-400 VR, should I rent something with more reach? I'm less inclined to want to deal with TCs. What additional...
Hello I have a fairly new D800E and I am looking to upgrade my lens. I currently have a Nikon 28-200 and a Nikon 300 4.5. I have not been happy, especially with the 28-200 as I seen to be having problems getting a really sharp focus at the 200mm setting. (I was using the D300S) I am semi-pro and sell my photos thru a stock agency. I mostly do travel photography – landscapes and wildlife. I am looking for lens that will be sharp and get the best quality possible. So… I like the idea of a zoom,...
I've been doing a little reading on the 'net about the 105 and 135 DC lenses and have come to believe the only real difference between the lenses is the focal length. I would love to have them both, the 135 for outdoor and 105 for indoor use; but, I cannot justify the expense of having both. Because my use is mixed, indoor-outdoor, I have come to the belief that the 105 is my better choice as the 135 might at times require more distance than might be available indoors. Primary intended use...
Hi buddies, My first post here, hope to receive your input! I've been using D300s and Sigma 17-50 for a while and now looking for a good portrait lens at about $500. I've researched quite a bit and come up with 2 final options: Voigt 58 f1.4 and Nikon 85 f1.8g. I understand that the Voigt will give me more indoor/low light capability while the Nikkor is equiped with AF. Regardless of the AF and field of view matter, which one do you think is better in terms of IQ, bokeh, color rendition and...
Hi, I just bought a yn622n-tx with yn622n transceiver to control my Nikon flashes wireless. (I have a Nikon D300S with a SB-800 and a SB-910). On the transmitter, the "BL" icon is always present. When I read the YN622N-TX manual, it indicates that the flashes are in "Balanced fill flash". But it doesn't indicate how to turn it off. Does anybody know hot to deactivate the "BL" and be in regular TTL mode ? On the flashes themselves, the mode is set to TTL (not TTL-BL). I have tried switching...
Hi, I've been looking at the Yongnuo 622N-Tx flash controller to wirelessly control my two SB-800 flashes with my D300S. As I understand the Yongnuo 622N-Tx is put on the camera for transmitting. What do I buy for receiving the signal ? Another Yongnuo 622N-Tx ? or the Yongnuo YN-622N i-TTL Wireless Flash Transceiver ? Or nothing because the flash receive the commands directly ? It is not clear when I go on the Yongnuo web site or the BHPhotovideo web site (where I plan to buy these). Thank...