Announced Sep 15, 2010 •
16 megapixels | 3″ screen | APS-C sensor
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Hi, I seem to have a problem trying to review pics that I have taken in manual settings. All pics taken in this mode just show a totally black screen. I can assure you that all the camera and lens settings corresponded and were correct, and yes, the dust cap was off! This is only a recent happening, things used to be fine, and every other setting doesn't create this problem, the camera itself is fairly new. I have reset the menu to default settings and that doesn't do a thing. There are no...
Hi Guys, I'm planning to get a wide angle lens for my landscape and real-estate photography use, any one of you have the opportunity to use both these lenses Nikon 10-24 vs Tokina 11-20? How they compare side by side. I'm going to use it with D7000. I couldn't find a comparison online. Thanks in advance. Shihan
The reason I ask is that I was going through Best Buy's black Friday preview sale thing and saw that you get a $50 bonus on any trade in (store credit of course). I went through their website and found that they would offer $48 for a D70 in working condition with the 18-70 lens. That would put the trade in valve at $98. I haven't priced what I could get for my old kit before but a quick look at ebay suggests $98 might not be too bad. What do yall think of getting $98 for those two? I am a...
I am getting strange artifacts in my videos and images taken with continuous high (set to 7fps, RAW + jpeg). On playback some of the images from burst series show green horizontal bands; when I zoom in on them they appear fine. When opened up Lightroom many of the .ORF files failed to import. None of the imported photos showed the green bars but many showed strange red or green color artifacts. This image seems fine. And this one has a green grid-like artifacts, visible on part of the branch...
So ive been wanting to make the jump to mirrorless for awhile. I've been using a nikon d7000 and want to get more into video. I am on the fence between the sony a7ii. But I really dont know what would be a good setup to start with under 2000$. Would the gh4 still be a good choice even this close to the end of the year with possible new camera coming out? what would you recommend?
I am currently looking to upgrade my camera as I've been using a d7000 for both photo and video. I want to step it up a notch and as much as Id love to get an a7s or a7s ii its above my budget. I've been thinking about going for the a7ii. I shoot mainly short films, vlogs, and travel videos. If not the a7ii what camera would you recommend thats mirrorless? or under 2000$?
Hi all, i know this is a subject that has been brought up before but im needing some help making the right decision. I am coming from a nikon d7000. I do both photo and video but video is going to be my primary focus. mainly shorts, vlogs and travel videos. I have been wanting to go full frame for a while now and now that the a7ii is at a good price i am considering going for it. Would you recommend the sony a7ii for video? I cant afford the a7s or a7sii. thoughts recommendations?
Hello, Im new to photography and I've been reading about macro photography and i want to try it out. My budget can buy the Tamron 90mm Di VC USD and im also using the Nikon D7000. Is this lens suitable for capturing small bugs, insects, wild flowers, fish, etc. For those who has experience using the lens can you give me your opinions. My budget is about $600
Hey Guys, So I've moved on from Canon 1100D, and thinking about getting into a slightly advanced gear. I had my eyes set on Canon 700D(combo lens pack 18-55 + 55-250). It's fitting my bill perfectly, and given that I already owned a Canon I can use old accessories(reversing rings) and 50mm f1.8 prime lens. I got hold of a guy (a wedding photographer by profession) who is selling his Nikon D7000 with 18-105 lens(year and a half old) for about the same price as what I am getting the above...