Announced Jan 6, 2012 •
16 megapixels | 3.2″ screen | Full frame sensor
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Been reading and using DPreview for years know..Super Great site. Been out of photography for years now. Almost 30 some odd years. Started off with a Yashica twin lens reflex, and graduated up to a full manual Konica SLR . Even had a complete dark room. Never was professional, but thoroughly enjoyed the hobby for me. Want to get back into it and tired of the high end point and shoots. Have been looking at some bridge cameras, Fujica finepix S-1 and the Olympus Stylus SP- 100, Samsung NX 30...
From a recent, lengthy thread about "camera gamut":Is there a practical significance in wide gamut colorspaces? (and sorry if this should have been a continuation of the earlier thread, rather than splitting off as a new thread) OP: Sasha B wrote: I wonder is there any benefit in using a wide gamut colorspace in practice? I talk about digital capture here. How large is gamut of a typical recent digital camera? Is it larger than AdobeRGB? What about capabilities of printers? The concept of...
I have 2 D4 batteries. I always put the camera away in its Pelikan case, with a full battery, and the camera body turned OFF. I also ensure that Network is also turned OFF. In spite of this, my D4 battery that is in the body, seems to discharge slowly. I don't have exact measurements, but I would estimate that in 1 month of OFF time, the battery would loose about 15-20% of its charge. I have put my battery on Reclibrate, today. Anybody else experiencing similar behavior? --paul...
Hi all, Does anyone know if it is possible to deactivate the quality button on the back of the d4, I accidentally changed mine from raw to jpeg whilst fumbling in the dark changing iso settings. In reality I just want it set on raw, on the off chance I might want to change it happy to do it via the menu. Thanks in advance
I have a question; While I was shooting in Seattle I happen to have met a gentlemen who was taking pictures of the nighttime Seattle skyline. His equipment was a Nikon D4 and probably a 70 to 200 f2.8. I asked him what ISO he was using and he had told me, ISO 100 F22 at around 4 to 6 seconds, nothing totally unusual so far but he had then he added he was using a number 4 ND filter which he told me it helps make the lights sharper. Now to set the scene I am using my D7100 with a 16-85mm,...
ok so im starting to shoot alot more events and ive been borrowing my friends camera just as a backup adjust last week my shutter died and i had to use the second camera but i got it fixed all ready i mainly use the Nikon d3100 but im looking for another camera because my friends is a canon so i was thinking im looking at the nikon d7100 but if i buy that my next upgrade will be the d800 or the d4 that would be in about 4-5 years from then but iif i buy the d610 it may take me like 6-7 years...
I'm curious about the EM1's AF tracking capabilities. Is it same or better than D7100? I do have D4 and looking for a small camera for travel and hiking. But don't want to compromise on AF. Another question is how good is the 75-300mm lens? I want something with focus motor (Nikon AF-S). Don't know much about 4/3rd systems. What lens will have the best AF that reaches 500mm equivalent? --ThanksJemini Josephhttp://wildbirdimages.com/favorites.aspx