Nikon D3X

Announced Dec 1, 2008 •
25 megapixels | 3 screen | Full frame sensor
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What do I need to do/have to boost the Nikon D3x ISO to 3200?
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I posted this on the Nikon fourms and was told that Canon guys/gals would try to convince me to use a Canon rather than nikon. Well here I am , anyone up to convincing me? Well I'm a beginner and want to upgrade after 2 years. I was thinking of the D7100, but If I get the D7100 I will always stick with Dx But If I get a D3x00 or D5x00 (X= ─░nsert number) I will use it for min 3-5 years then Upgrade to a Fx, now I'm very confused on what to do. Please help? My criteria. I'm not planning on...
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Well I'm a beginner and want to upgrade after 2 years. I was thinking of the D7100, but If I get the D7100 I will always stick with Dx  But If I get a D3x00 or D5x00 (X= ─░nsert number) I will use it for min 3-5 years then Upgrade to a Fx, now I'm very confused on what to do. Please help? My criteria. I'm not planning on doing this as a profession. I live in Turkey so I cannot test the cameras. I will print most of these pictures out because I love records I am 17 and will be paying for...
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By: mrbr (5 months ago)
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Hi, According to dpreview the Tokina 12-28 mm is a good wide angle zoom lens, see http://www.dpreview.com/articles/7613711074/dpreview-top-picks-stand-out-third-party-lenses?utm_campaign=internal-link&utm_source=news-list&utm_medium=text&ref=title_0_5. What are your experiences with this lens on nikon entry and mid level ( D3x00 and D5x00 ) camerabodies ?? Thanks in advance !! Greetings,Marc ps : also posted on the nikon D40 ... D7100 forum.
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Hi, According to dpreview the Tokina 12-28 mm is a good wide angle zoom lens, see http://www.dpreview.com/articles/7613711074/dpreview-top-picks-stand-out-third-party-lenses?utm_campaign=internal-link&utm_source=news-list&utm_medium=text&ref=title_0_5. What are your experiences with this lens on nikon entry and mid level ( D3x00 and D5x00 ) camerabodies ?? Thanks in advance !! Greetings,Marc ps : also posted on the nikon lens forum.
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Hello everyone, I need some help. I've been shooting high school football games at night and my results have been terrible. I've been getting the typical blurry, underexposed images. Here's my setup: Nikon D90; Sigma 300 f/2.8 lens; shooting in Manual mode, sometimes Shutter Priority; ISO - usually auto, but sometimes at 1600 or 3200; shutter speed generally down to 250 or 200 because of lighting; white balance auto; and, shooting JPEG fine. Is the D90 adequate for shooting night sports?...
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I'm renting a D3X and 1.4x converter this weekend. I was intended to use the converter on my new 80-400mm AFS lens. However, I was wondering if the D3x's autofocus works at F8, like the more modern bodies? Thanks
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I am new to this forum.  I need some advice.  I mainly take pictures of wildlife and landscape.  I own a Nikon D800.  I traded in a Nikon D3s to buy it.  I'm afraid I made a mistake.  I am considering trading in my D800 to buy a (used) D3X but I don't want to make another mistake.  My biggest problem is that, in the past I owned a D300s, a D700, and the D3s.  I always loved the fact that if I couldn't get the camera to focus on the right object, I could easily switch the focus points with the...
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Hello all, I have been a d50 user for many years, and was very happy with it, buying a number of lenses for the Nikon system, but unfortunately my house was robbed, and my camera body was stolen. They thankfully left the lenses (strange, because they're worth far more than the old d50)..Anyway, all my lenses are without inbuilt motor, so buying a replacement d3X00 or d5X00 would mean I have to sell those. I am looking at the d7000 instead, which I can now buy brand new for 720USD including 2...
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Newbie question! I have never used the above mentioned camera and lens combo. I am wondering about using this lens zoomed to 300mm without a lens mounted tripod foot. I don't think the lens comes with one and I think it might really need the help making sharp images. Does anyone have any experience with this combination? I am trying to get into wildlife shooting on the cheap. I would like a D3X and the 600mm VR from Nikon but can't swing $20,000.
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