Announced Aug 27, 2008 •
12 megapixels | 3″ screen | APS-C sensor
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Hello, I use Aperture priority in D90. When the light fades the speed drops to a point where in the viewfinder the speed indication is replaced by the letters 'Lo'. Beyond this point I can know longer see what speed the D90 chooses to use although I am still able to use auto-focus. In Manual mode this does not occur. I can see the speed dropping down all way to one or two full seconds. What am I doing wrong? Where in the menu should I search to trigger full speed metering in Aperture priority?
Hello, I recently bought a Nikon D750. Before, I had a D90, mostly used with 18-200mm. To complete my 50mm f1.4, I’d like to buy a new FX lens, trans-standard,. It will probably use it as a “basis” lens when I don’t know precisely the kind of photos I’ll shoot, just as I do with my current 18-200 DX. I looked for 3 lenses, that seems to fit my needs : - Tamron 24-70 f2.8 (Nikon 24-70 2.8 seems too heavy and too expensive for my needs) - Nikon 24-140 f4 - Nikon 28-300 f3.5-5.6 After many hours...
I am looking to upgrade from my trusty old D90 to the D750 at Christmas and I need to update my lens collection. I currently have the the 35mm f1.8G (DX) and I am looking at getting either the 35mm f2.0 or f1.8 as a replacement Has anyone tried both of them and can give a quick comparison? Is the extra $200 (and extra weight) worth it? (My current go to lenses are my 50mm f1.8 and the 85mm f1.8) Thanks!
Hi guys. I recently sold my beloved beginner D90 and got the D7000 + 18-105 for a fairly good price. I already own the 35mm 1.8G, and was getting lovely results, very happy with it.The thing is, im thinking on selling both 18-105 + 35mm, to get 35-70 2.8. I mainly use the prime for my work (almost 80%) (portraits, landscapes and some street), but not for the focal length, just for the fast f/2. I've already owned the 18-105 and was primarily sitting on my backpack almost all the time. Doing...
I need help figuring what to purchase to use a Nikon D90 with a Questar telescope. The telescope is a 3.5" version from 1976. When I purchased it used, the original owner included 4 photo accessories that he said enabled him to use a Honeywell Pentax Spotmatic 35mm camera connected to the camera via the axial threaded hole at the rear of the telescope. The 4 photo accessories: There is a swivel connection that screws into the axial hole. On it are two radial screws to fix the angle of two...
I know this is not a fully auto lens but seems to do some kind of auto-focusing. Except that sometimes it will zoom to focus and then go blurry and you can't get it to go back. Also, if you change the aperture from the highlighted 32 to 22-2.8 the camera will not shoot. What's that about?
Hi guys, so I've been shooting with the Sony A7 + Kit lens for three days now and am very VERY happy with it. I've moved on from my Nikon D90. The Sony A7 Kit lens is sharp, across the frame, I'm astounded, must be a good sample. However, my cat was modeling for me in the backyard today (just kidding, just wanted to shoot a few RAW images to see how it comes out) and noticed that most things look good and sharp, but for example in his white whiskers, it's quite clear that the edge is...
Hi. Iam wondering if you guys are focusing with same situation: for example when you are using internal flash with lens VR on and when take the photo the VR turns off imediately even if you are still holding the shutter release button half pressed. This is not happenig with external flash. Thanks for help, Luka
I just bought this Nikon 50mm 1.4D for my D90. I soon put it in the camera and encounter this aperture problem. 50mm 1.4D View: original size I saw some post online how to fix this problem and turned to smallest aperture (f16) but still have the same problem aperture turned to f16 and locked View: original size The blades close together- the lens was smoothly connected with camera (with a click sound) View: original size So to make sure if it was my camera or the lens problem I tried another...