Announced Aug 9, 2006 •
10 megapixels | 2.5″ screen | APS-C sensor
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In this and other forums I read a lot about the Nikon D750 shutter problems and the recall from Nikon. It makes me hesitate a bit to buy this camera. So, i was wondering if any new users of the D750 are also experiencing these problems, or has Nikon resolved the issue? Over the years I've been using the D70, D50, D80, D90, D5200 and D7100. The D70, D80, D90 and D7100 all had quality issues. The D50 and D5200 worked flawlessly. So if I'm buying the D750 I really want it to be reliable. Johan
I am taking up the hobby of taking pictures, so i purchased the Nikon D80 as a starter camera but when I purchased the camera off ebay my lack of camera knowledge about cameras I failed to know that the lens would not come with the camera. What lens do I purchase for the camera and what are some cost efficient lens that would be compatible to the D80. Any suggestions would be helpful. Im not trying to spend a fortune on a lens but want to get one that will help maximize the use of the...
Hi, I've a Nikon D80 its my throw it in my bag when I'm out with the kids camera. I love it still. Last week the battery ran out and it took me 2 days to get round to popping the charged spare in. Now I have a flashing clock on the display on top of the camera as the clock obviously needs setting BUT I can't get into my menu's. No button opens up the menu screen at all so i can't even factory rest. Can anyone help ? --Preserving memories is my passion x
Hi everyone, I moved from a D80 to a D600, mostly for the full-frame capabilities. I’m having some issues and I’m wondering if it’s me or the camera…because I didn’t have issues like this with the D80, however, I realize the D600 has way more functions and that is a learning curve for me. All I know is that I’m having to heavily edit my photos in Lightroom to get it to look like what I recall. I always have to warm them up. And lately the exposure is way off. I recently reset my settings, in...
By: chris goes live (2 months ago)
Posted to: Sigma Camera Talk
hi, I recently got all three of the dp merrills, and used them exclusively on a trip to the USA over Easter. I got some great shots of New York. However I found myself severely handicapped when it came to shooting hand held indoors in low light situations. Examples of this are in an aviation museum and in restaurants with moody lighting. I tried to stick to low iso, but in some cases had to go above 800 to stop shutter speed dropping too low. In a few cases even a black and white conversion...
Hi there, I have accidently deleted/removed and/or replace all the brushes in CS6, can they be retrieved? if so can you tell me how please Thanks --http://www.flickr.com/photos/walidhassan/Nikon D80, D300, D3s18-135m,50 mm f1.8, 70-300mm VR, Sigma 150mm f2.8, Nikon 300mm f4 AF-S, Tamron 28-70 f2.8, Nikon 24-70 f2.8SB600, Wireless Flash Triggerslingshot 200 AWGiotto tripod, Giotto ballheadManfrotto Monopod 680BCokin Filters1.4TC
By: Baron Flame (2 months ago)
Posted to: Nikon DX SLR (D40-D90, D3000-D7200) Talk
A similar thread must have possibly been started before but I thought I might as well start one of my own. After 3 years, I finally got my hands on a D7100. I've been shooting with the D80 and the stock lens for a while but I got a fairly good deal for a D7100(5k shutter count for CAD650) I couldn't say no. Nyhoo, I got myself a Nikon 50mm 1.8D and now I am looking to add some quality glass to my collection. I was perusing the local camera shops used section when I found a used Sigma 70-200...
By: EYeye (3 months ago)
Actually, several questions: (moderator please move if this is wrong forum) I shoot D600 and D80 (which rocks for sunsets/rises) landscapes in the Southwestern US. Usually Nikon 20mm f1.8 G or 24-70mm f2.8 G, or 50mm f1.4 G. Sometimes Nikon 70-200mm f2.8 G VRII. Because of increasing air pollution from wind blown auto (smog) and coal fired power plants in both US and Mexico, Big Bend, southern New Mexico, Grand Canyon, and Monument Valley (obviously, many other places too) are often subject...
Hello all, I'm in the market for a new camera body. I have a Nikon D80 currently and would love to upgrade to a D7100 or D610. I've researched them both a lot and would love feedback and any personal experience and/or input you all have to offer me. The D7100's AF system is nicer, but the full frame on the D610 gives much better low light and high ISO performance. I don't specialize right now in any type of photography, so which, in your opinion, is the better "all around" body.
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