Announced Nov 6, 2012 •
24 megapixels | 3″ screen | APS-C sensor
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Hi. I am about to begin shooting video for a food blog. I have a studio with a lot of natural light where the shoots we take place, and I will also do some work in the field at restaurants. I have a lot of non VR Nikon glass from my days shooting film with a F100. I am thinking about getting a dedicated dSLR for video. I have a D700, but unfortunately it does not shot video! The lenses I have are the 60, 120 Macro, AF-S 17-35, 28-70, 80-200, Prime 50, 20, 35, 85. So it is a solid collection....
I have a Nikon D80 which is my first major camera upgrade from a point and shoot. I have been researching and researching to the point that I am confused as to which way to go. The specs on the two are similar but with the D7100 being almost double in price, but is it worth it? I would hate to purchase the D5200 and outgrow it wanting the D7100 in the end. I shoot about 60/40 outdoors vs indoors. I would also like to shoot video. Since I do not have the capability of shooting video on the D80...
I'm looking for a good beginner dslr for Landscape , hdr , night (stars) , aurora , kids ,sports I've come down to these three cameras for the price i would like to invest My choices are Pentax K-50 with 18-135mmWR Nikon D5200 Double lense kit (18-55wr and 55 -300mm ED) Canon rebel T4i Double lense kit (EF-S18-55mm EF-s55-250mm) I know that the Pentax as only 16 megapixel but i don't plan to print out big picture I will get the camera in Japan so the price will be almost the same Thank you
Hello, I tried photographing the moon today. The problem is that in normal exposure, it lights up the lit part and the dark part of the moon fine, but there's a dense Halo around the moon. Compensating exposure by -2.0 gets rid of the Halo, but also removes the Dark part. I am using Aperture priority mode and tried apertures of f/5.6 to f/10, ISO of 200 and let the camera select an exposure time. Equipment is D5200, 55-300 lens and it is mounted on a tripod. VR is switched off and I am using...
Hi folks. I want to get into photography as a hobby, mostly for textures/designs in nature because that is what I love looking at when I look at photos (also the amazing portraits of of people with really weathered and/or wrinkly faces). I do not know if I would go macro or not, but insects are pretty freakin' cool to me. I also need a camera for doing studio pictures for future handouts/book material. Video abilities for posting presentations (mostly) on my website would be great but I...
Nikon 28mm f/1.8 - walk-about lens with my D5200 plus a nice complement to my D800E plus holy trinity (I use the D800E when I need it but lug the around D5200 everywhere) Or Sigma 17-70mm f/2.8-4 C - walk-about lens on the D5200 plus OS useful for video (mostly kids) Or 35mm f/1.8 DX - go cheap yet get picture quality better than the Sigma... but I don't feel it is wide enough I'm an advanced amateur... I shoot anything and everything, no special style... :-) Thanks for the advise folks...
my daughter dropped her brand new D5200 (with 18-55 kit lens), denting the rim of the Hoya uv filter and scratching the screen just outside the image area. there is also a very small chip to the edge of the screen. it was dropped from just above waist height, on to a pavement or other hard surface going by the damage to the filter, with the filter hitting the ground first. there appears to be no other external damage, or to the lens, and it seems to be working ok, though i havent yet had a...
I have almost decided to buy newly launched Nikon D3300 over Nikon D5200. and this is gonna be my first DSLR :) Few reasons why i am inclined to N D3300 are: -The latest Ex 4 -Retractable lens, lighter and more portable -Little faster- 5FPS -Price is almost similar in India your thoughts would be helpful to take the final call appreciate