Announced Nov 6, 2012 •
24 megapixels | 3″ screen | APS-C sensor
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Hello Members, Just wanted to upgrade to full frame,I had Nikon D5200 and Canon D100(SL1).Cannot make up my mind Between Canon 6D and the Nikon D610,mostly shooting nature,animals ,landscape and real estate.My concern is the lack of built in flash in 6D. Is it a big deal?Any suggestions?Thanks.
We are going to Yellowstone this summer. Last night my hubby asked what I needed to take pictures. Well, honestly, I was just planning on walking around with my D5200 and kit lens. I'm not expecting great picture, just my usual sub-par stuff. LOL (camera's great, I'm not) I'm sure my hubby was talking about a memory card and maybe a backpack/case. But it got me thinking.... What should I consider buying? What lenses for wildlife and/or landscape? (that would work on my D5200) Is there a...
Hello All, I'm using D5200 with 18-55mm lens and i would like to expand my world of photography.Can you guys tell me which one i can go with? Need the details about, Standard Zoom Prime Telephoto with their Price ranges in India. Need some reasons too for buying it worth or not. Appreciate your efforts if you provide the details. Thanks,SM
While photographing my family indoors at night under flouroucent light I have noticed a shadow/outline is formed along with the image. Why does this happen ? What are the solutions. My settings were..Scene>Party/Indoors and I was using the D5200's pop up flash. I have ordered a SB 700 (used from KEH) and a Nikon Diffuser Dome --Ashok Vashisht
Sorry if this has been asked before. I'm asking for my nephew, who's looking to upgrade from a point & shoot. (Full disclosure: I shoot Pentax, K3 to be exact, but I do like Nikon stuff.) He wants to do wildlife/birding with it; he's a marine biology major at school Galveston. I suggested a third-party lens, e.g., the Sigma 150-500 or the Tamron 150-600, for the long stuff. For the body, I suggested a more entry-level camera, e.g., the D5500, D5300, or even D5200. (I guess the D5xxx series...
Any ideas why the D5200 in full manual mode is not consistent with exposures. I do macro photography with multiple exposures of the same object for focus stacking in full manual. Setup is in studio with fixed lighting. I usually shoot about 10 exposures and each exposure is about 1/4 to 1/2 stop different. I'm used to film cameras for the last 30 years and never had a problem. The D5200 is in full manual and exposures are not consistent from one shot to the next. Any thoughts.
We are taking a family vacation to Yellowstone this summer. I plan on taking my Nikon D5200, for me to use. I would like to buy a good point and shoot camera for my daughter to use. She is 15. She does a great job (probably better than me, which isn't hard) with my 5200. She wants to take pictures that are better than her phone, but I'm not will to hand over my d5200. She would like something she can stick in her pocket. So, any suggestions for a point and shoot, that will go in a teens...