Announced Jul 1, 2008 •
12 megapixels | 3″ screen | Full frame sensor
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Back with a question; I've had my medical problems[nerve damage on my spine] and I shoot various events at our local zoo,some like today's 5K run on zoo grounds, [killer hills] winner did 17 min. and change. Animal shots with my D7100 and Nikon 80 400 VR one. I used my D700 w/ grip and my 35 70 2.8, a BMX race later today?[back hurts like the devil] but thinking upgrade the old faithful 35 70 to newer lens like a 24 70. The nikon is very pricy and I've read threads of the poor performance...
I am don't understand why wedding photographers "need" dual card slots when in the d700/5dmk2 days no one complained and professionals shot hundreds of weddings successfully... What makes people today (wedding photographers specifically) feel like they must need dual card slots in a camera when everything was fine with a single card before the introduction of the d800/5dmk3 generation. --South Florida Wedding & Portrait Photographer (www.andrewdophoto.com)ILCE-A7 | ILCE-7M2 | ILCE-7S |...
Hi all After the death of my D300 workhorse and issues with my D7000, I am at the stage where I am considering coming over to the dark side. 5 years ago I would have seen it to be blasphemy however with Nikon still not releasing a D300 successor, a camera with professional build quality, I am looking at either the 7d mk2, the original 7d, or perhaps a used full frame 5d mk2. I work as a High school teacher, teaching photography and I do photos for the school newspaper. I sometime do event...
With what lens would you photograph a baseball bat, roughly three feet long? The goal is to capture great detail, so that it is as if you are holding the bat in your hands. I've tried shooting with a 50mm 1.4 (on a Nikon D700), but I'm forced to be too far away. Below is an example of the detail I would like along the entire length of the bat. Thank you. Baseball bat detail
Hello; I've thought of adding the Nikon grip to my D7100? I have a grip on my D700 better FPS, and on my D200 extended batt.life. Plus all my cameras have the "L" grips with or without the grip.My D7100 has a RRS "L" bracket and I like it a lot, but I'm wondering is the grip a asset to the D7100? batt. life is good and no increase in FPS, so is there a clear advantage of the grip? Thanks for comments. My D90 does not have a grip. "Dog house riley"
Hi guys! I've never done Astrophotography before. I've also just sold sold all my Samsung NX gear to go back to DSLR as I can't stand the digital Viewfinders and I need something grippier in my hand. In Mid July, my son, my wife and I are going to Denmark on his first holiday. We're going to Rømø, where my wife has been four years ago in September and she told me about being able to see the milky way with the naked eye when standing on the beach. I want to photograph this really badly......
Hello all. I'd like to move to a tablet for live view. Currently using a Nikon D700 with a lot of manual focus lenses and the eyes are going. I use Cam Ranger and that is fine on a MacBook Pro at home but the laptop is getting to be a pain to lug around, hence looking at a tablet. After 20 years of Macs I'm getting a bit fed up with Apple and want to look at Android devices. My only experience with Android so far has been a phone that I bought for it's multiple SIM cards. I found the OS...