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  • If buying secondhand the 7500 is a much better buy than a 7200. Tilting screen has touch functions, even focus in live view, if you want hi def video it's better, better iso performance (and ...
  • Replied in D7500 vs D750
    I had the 5600 for a year, the 7500 autofocus is much superior and the ergonomics too. The only thing I miss is the fully articulate screen, but the tilt screen is ok.
  • This thread has reminded me I still have a Canon 250D on 58mm which was always very good with older cameras. If I get a 72 to 58 ring, which settings and distances/zoom would be optimum with an ...
  • I agree, highly unlikely.
  • I got the 5600 for the articulating screen. It was ok, but frankly the autofocus on the 7500 is better and the tilt screen not too bad a compromise, so replaced. If you can stetch to a 7000 series ...
  • Replied in 7500 from 5600
    Thanks for the opinions. My son in law has the D500 (and the 780) and hardly uses the 500 anymore because of the full frame, but the 500 is just too bulky more than heavy for me, particularly with ...
  • May not be on topic, but I've had two Hama optical trigger flashes (4AA), and I sincerely hope and believe Nikon flashes are made to more rigourous design specs but both of them heated up ...
  • Replied in 7500 from 5600
    Thanks, a very good point. It was more the locking and tracking I'm interested in, switching between half press and back button focussing between the two. That surely must be a jump in the 7500? ...
  • Created discussion thread 7500 from 5600
    I was pretty happy with my D5600 until bought a Sony RX10 IV, where the autofocus and tracking blew me away. Now I think I made a mistake with the 5600 and should have gone for the 7000 series. ...
  • Sorry, don't know about D7200, but a couple of Fujis had a problem with time stamps only with 64G cards (not smaller cards) formated exfat. When formatted fat32 the problem went away. In windows ...
  • Don't know if it's a country problem or grammar problem, but the UK website shows this card clearly available in quantity, and put it in google shopping and many vendors show plenty of stock for ...
  • Don't know why you need a link since all the info required for an answer is in the original post but here it is https://www.mymemory.co.uk/integral-64gb-ultimapro-v30-premium-sd-card-sdxc-uhs-i-u3- ...
  • Created discussion thread RX10 IV SD cards
    Has anyone used Integral SD with the RX10? The 64GB SDXC is a V30 U3 card at a good price compared to comparable speed SanDisk/Lexar/Kingston etc. However on the MyMemory site Rx10 is not in the ...
  • Not sure if its designed to be taken off, since has the little pull out flap for DC power cables on dummy batteries on the bottom, and no battery grip accessories that would require the removal of ...
  • The review was Ken Rockwell https://www.kenrockwell.com/sony/rx10-iv-users-guide.htm
  • I read a review that said you must have a SDXC card to recall memories because the RX10 defaults to 4k video, so recalling memories on a non-SDXC card will not work. Quote: You'll need an SDXC card ...
  • Created question thread Rx10 IV memories
    I use a 64G card SDXC and have a 32G SDHC as spare. Confused over the memories, will those saved on the XC card transfer ok to a HC fat32 card?
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