Announced Sep 15, 2010 •
16 megapixels | 3″ screen | APS-C sensor
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Hi there, I just sent in my Nikon D7000 for a repair, I had left it on a table infront of a window on a hot day then it was getting an F0 error and not adjusting they just got back to me with a £305 repair estimation... Fit new spare parts Repair, replace and adjust printed circuit board. Firmware upgrade to the latest version Metering, shutter and exposure accuracy checked - recalibrated if necessary. Image capture, playback and delete functions checked. X-sync, hot shoe and speedlight...
So I was doing a portrait shoot the other day and had the setting sun behind the model. I notice that when trying to focus on her face the lens kept hunting for what it was focusing for. Is this because of the sun that was behind her or possibly a camera focus problem or lens focusing problem? I was using a Nikon D7000 with a Tamron 70-200 2.8 non VC version. Thanks!
I´ve got a Nikon D7000. Just recently I´ve had to change my glasses as the right lens has a million tiny scratches in a small circle in the centre. It is the eye I put to the viewfinder and I can only think that it is my use of the camera that has caused the scratches. Has anyone else experienced this and does anyone have a solution? I know this is an odd place to ask this question but I couldn't see a suitable place and this is my "home" forum.
I have been using this lens for about a year with my Nikon D7000. Today I turned on my camera and the lens was not working properly. It works fine in manual mode. But in autofocus mode, the lens won't attempt to focus and will not take a picture. But if I focus manually at a fixed object then switch to autofocus, the autofocus won't move but it will take a picture.
Trying to decide on one of these two lens. Have a D7000 now, am thinking of upgrading next year and that could mean FX (750) or DX (7200/7300 if it exists). Not so much worried about light gathering of the 2.8, but really want something that is sharp and will give separation from the background. I just picked up the Tamron 24-70 2.8 and LOVE it! So much better than what I had before (Nikon 18-105). Anyway, any advice would be appreciated. Thanks!
Question for you guys. I wasn't quite sure which forum to post in so I'll try this one. I currently own a D7000 with the 18-105vr lens. I used to own the 50 1.8 but didn't really use it too much at the time and sold it. I usually shoot landscapes most often but I want to get into starting a business and do portraits, engagements, weddings, etc. So here is my question. I know I will need two cameras at some point but I need to get some portraits now so I can build up my portfolio. So here is...