Announced Oct 8, 2013 •
24 megapixels | 3.2″ screen | Full frame sensor
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At this moment I’m shooting with a Pentax K-7/K10, which are both fine camera’s but I need an upgrade. De K-7 has recently past de 150.000 clicks and the front-wheel doesn’t work that well anymore (sometimes it gives random values for apertures, very annoying). And the K10 only has a global af-tuning system so I can’t quickly change lenses. A logical upgrade for me would be a K-5II(s), K-3 of K-3II. But I have doubt about sticking with Pentax because I want a full-frame sensor and better...
Hi, i will shoot for the first time a baptism inside a church and i will buy one or two lens for the event. I´m an amateur photographer and im thinking buy Tamron 70-200 2.8 and nikon 50 mm 1.8 G for the ocasion, what you think about the choice? I´m afraid because of the lightning of the church that i must use a flash, so would you recomend me any flash to use with the 70 -200 2.8 Tamron? I´m affraid because of bad results without a flash. Thanks and good night!!
I got these two nice lens, a Nikon 50mm 1.8 and a Nikon 24mm 2.8D lens. Great Lens! but now I am running into a major problem. I change the aperture to, lets say 8, or 11 etc and I try to go into "live view", I get a ERR message. If I bring the aperture to lets say, 2.8, the live view works perfectly/ I can now record. But if I change the aperture to anything above 3.2, I am unable to use the live view and am unable to record and am thrown a "err" message. I must be doing something wrong...
I need help! I bought the Nikon D610 & am using Sigma 24-71EX lens 2.8, because it was full frame and offers more light for sport shooting but I can not get it to FOCUS! I have Shutter speed set at 500 and on the shooting menu it is set for HIGH ISO NR, my ISO is 6400 but also says auto ISO control ON Max Sensitivty 6400 Min SHutter speed AUTO and then AUTO FOCUS SETTING: AF-C set to FOCUS and am using D9 FOCUSING but should it be release. When set on Single pics are better but still blur....
Hello all, I know there are often comparisons of the D610 to other full-frame cameras. However, I'm looking to upgrade to full-frame and I'm curious just how much better an improvement to expect in autofocus performance and image quality with the D610 over the D90. I've been using the D90 since 2008 and own the 50 1.8 D and 70-300VR and have taken some nice photos over the last several years. I've certainly read many of the comparisons between the D610 and D750 and have agonized over which to...
Friends, I had a D90 for over 4 years and now feel it is time to upgrade to FX, mainly for image quality and low light/High ISO. I shoot mainly landscapes and portraits. I also travel a lot. hence my requirements are 1) Great Image Quality 2) Decent capability in high ISO. I shoot my kids concerts, as well as festivals/occasions after dark. 3) Overall a light system (if possible) Now, I am getting a good deal on D750+24-120. The difference between this combination and D610 with 24 85 is more...
I'm a landscape-style shooter using a D610 at the moment. I've been shooting for a decade, and all I've ever used in any of my bodies is a single SD card. Since I'm getting to the point of making some sales on a regular basis, I figure I might as well grab a second 64 GB card for redundancy, as the cost is trivial in the big picture. I just want to make sure that doing so isn't going to meaningfully hamper burst speed and general performance. For those of you who shoot two SD cards in backup...