Announced Aug 23, 2007 •
12 megapixels | 3″ screen | APS-C sensor
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By: Bobalongwhale (1 week ago)
Posted to: Macro and Still Life Photography
Hi there, I just purchased the above lens for my Nikon D300s and the auto-focus won't work despite me switching on all the right settings. From my research it looks like it is supposed to work with the D300s, which has a built-in motor. Ken Rockwell wrote an article on this lens and according to him the AF should work with my camera. The retailer I bought it from is saying that because my D300 is "entry level" it does not have a motor hence why the auto-focus won't work. But I am pretty...
Hi, As I was looking at some pictures of the "tour de France", it occured to me that the wheel spokes were blurred only for the upper part while the lower part of the wheels were sharp. As both parts are moving oppositely but with the same speed, it should be blurred identically. However, as cyclists are coming towards me, the upper part may appear speedier while the lower one is slowed down, and the exposure speed may enhance the effect. Picture: Nikon D300, 1/500, 90 mm (sorry, could not...
First of all, let me ask how accurate that battery power level indicator on the Xpro2/XT2 compared to the XT1? When the three bars are full does that actually mean that the battery is fully charged? What about when it gets to one bar. Approximately how many more shots can you take when the battery indicator has only one bar or how fast does the battery die after the one bar? I truly don't know what happened but yesterday I went to go do an unpaid family event. All the family was there and I...
Hi guys, Just finished purchasing a D300 and a Nikon 16-85mm. Since I take a lot of architecture photos and travel a lot as well, I am wondering if there is any prime wide angle lens, sharp, MF is not a problem and as small and light as possible (hopefully not so expensive). Thank you very much!
I was testing doing interior shots using bracketing with my D300 and Nikon 10-24mm lens. I get a hazy area near the center (under the guitar). Poparizer didn't help. I don't know if this is the lens or the light coming in from the window. Normal (outdoor) shots with this lens look fine to me. I am shooting RAW but have included a jpg here. Your comments can be quite helpful so thought I'd ask. Thanks
By: kltpics15 (2 months ago)
Posted to: Nikon DX SLR (D40-D90, D3000-D7200) Talk
I was just in my favorite camera shop ready to buy two new lenses. I was told my older lenses were the Chevy and not the Lexus or better and that's why my photos appeared to not be clear, sharp, etc. I like to review my photos on the playback display and in lightroom zoomed to 100% to see what it is I might be missing, what I might have done wrong, etc. So, I'm trying.... I, like every real photographer that I've talked to, wants clarity and that fresh crisp look. And, I wasn't getting...
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