new s600

Started Jun 3, 2008 | Discussions
OP Terri French Veteran Member • Posts: 3,606
Re: I think you should get rid of your D200....

Well, I don't agree with that. I personally do need a DSLR. The s600 is nice for an in the pinch camera, but I love the flexibility of RAW shooting. My favorite part is post processing the pictures. Thanks again.
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NikonConvert Contributing Member • Posts: 864
Re: I think you should get rid of your D200....

Terri French wrote:

Well, I don't agree with that. I personally do need a DSLR. The
s600 is nice for an in the pinch camera, but I love the flexibility
of RAW shooting. My favorite part is post processing the pictures.
Thanks again.
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Terri F.
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Hello Terri

I have looked at some of your images on the above website and would like to ask you if you could share the lenses you are using with the D200 and your pre and post processing techniques and workflows to get sharp images with good colors.

I have a D200 and now three lenses: Sigma 10-20, Nikon 18-200 VR and the 70-300 VR, and I am not having much luck with sharpness and colors when capturing images of people.

Many thanks,

Take care,

OP Terri French Veteran Member • Posts: 3,606
Re: I think you should get rid of your D200....

Wow, that is a big question to answer. The things I've learned have taken me many years and hundreds of hours. I've found a wonderful resource. It is the Nikon Cafe. There is a subforum on there for people pictures. If you join there and start posting your problem photos, I guarantee there will be some really nice folks to help you out. There won't be a magic fix, but you can get help with one problem at a time.

Here is a link.
http://www.nikoncafe.com

NikonConvert wrote:

Terri French wrote:

Well, I don't agree with that. I personally do need a DSLR. The
s600 is nice for an in the pinch camera, but I love the flexibility
of RAW shooting. My favorite part is post processing the pictures.
Thanks again.
--
Terri F.
http://www.pbase.com/terrif

Hello Terri

I have looked at some of your images on the above website and would
like to ask you if you could share the lenses you are using with the
D200 and your pre and post processing techniques and workflows to get
sharp images with good colors.

I have a D200 and now three lenses: Sigma 10-20, Nikon 18-200 VR and
the 70-300 VR, and I am not having much luck with sharpness and
colors when capturing images of people.

Many thanks,

Take care,

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Meltz New Member • Posts: 5
Re: I think you should get rid of your D200....

Out of curiosity how do you find the focusing speed? I have an older coolpix model (s50) and I'm pretty disappointed in how slow it takes to focus. I want to upgrade and I'm deciding between this, the Canon sd1100 and the sd790. I like the s600 because of the zoom and because I've gotten used to Nikon.

OP Terri French Veteran Member • Posts: 3,606
Re: I think you should get rid of your D200....

I can't compare the focusing speed to anything but my D200. Compared to that it is slow....
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