rbmphoto

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  • There is NO comparison between the two… Nikon has left us with nothing but a P1000 brick. That was the point. They dropped that much, much smaller line. would be great if they gave us a current ...
  • Replied in Yup, exactly…
    There was no replacement for the p7800. That was the point of the thread…
  • There was no real replacement for the p7800…
  • The P1000 is Nikon's idea of a replacement for the p7800. The products you suggested were not Nikon products, which I prefer. After 30+ years with Nikon, and having tried along the way, I have no ...
  • Created discussion thread Need an updated P7800…
    Not really a pocket camera, unless you had darn big pockets - but that series was a wonderful combination that shot NEFs. With all the mirrorless advances, Nikon should be able to come up with a ...
  • It ‘s small and light. Recommend going to nikonusa.com and trading it in for a Z6 and perhaps a small 24-50 or a small prime. Or maybe a Z5 (d750 sensor). Larger, but not much larger, but much ...
  • thanks for weighing in - I to am looking for a companion to the 24-120 which is the default on my Z7ii. Long ago sold my kit 24-70 which came with my original 2018 Z7, and in hindsight perhaps ...
  • Look forward to comparisons when you get your Z7!
  • Go into photo shooting menu, pull up your chosen default wb setting, and right click to adjust the grid to taste. good luck
  • I’m not the best guy to respond to your question, as I use my Z7/ii instead with my manual lens instead of my z50… However - definitely would program one of your fn buttons to zoom, along with ...
  • Replied in Good question…
    I’ve gone through more Nikon bodies than I’d like to remember, and I too am a fan of resolution, although the d5100, d3, and d200 sensors were among my IQ favorites. It’s important to compare ...
  • Along with the use of a monopod on a moving, vibrating boat on the whale shot. if you believe your equipment is at fault, on dry land mount your gear on a tripod and see if you can get sharp ...
  • Bought one when they first became available to complement my then Z7. My 50 works as well now as it did when I bought it. It wasn’t broken then, isn’t broken now - and I’m guessing that 5 or10 ...
  • Don’t buy a camera that doesn’t do what you need it to do when you buy it…
  • Why are you assuming the problem is the CF cards? You are using the SD card as primary, placing much more demand on its bandwidth, with the CF card loping along with jpegs only. The limiting speed ...
  • It was using non approved cards. Sounds like user error. wouldn’t “ONCE AGAIN USER ERROR” be more appropriate title? Also wondering why in the world you would use use the slower SD slot as primary ...
  • Not exactly the Zeiss qualities, but in the family of the 200/2.0.  With the ftx adapter, which I’m guessing you’ve already got for the 200, would give you AF for video. I love my 135/2, but just ...
  • You’re getting better all the time! Don’t rethink the 24-70/4. Had one on my first z7. Good for a kit lens… damnation by faint praise… while the 24-70/2.8 is stellar for a zoom, the /4 is not, just ...
  • Your reworking of the OP’s raw files was the most appealing to me.  Would you share the software you use for your Z9, and mention any specialized processing?  Do you use the same software and ...
  • Have to admit, I had great luck there with pristine bodies with typically less than five shots. Sorry it’s gone.  Suspect that the increase in Nikon direct is tied to their closing.
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