Announced Aug 23, 2007 •
12 megapixels | 3″ screen | APS-C sensor
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I've been admiring the Nikon brand of cameras since the D100 was new and through the years from there on with the D300 among others, finally to the D800e now D850. On the internet, I see rage, frustration, and overwhelming anger against the custom setting banks. That's not what I'm interested in having repeated ad nauseam. It's quite plain that some major players in the camera review industry and the forums here and elsewhere have spread their foul hatred against the settings. Just google...
By: Anders_Nilsson (1 month ago)
I've been following the D300 in 2017 thread in the Pro DX forum with some interest. Reason is that I need a sports machine for my kids with reasonably fast AF but also with very accurate good tracking and reasonable chance of lock on. My beloved Sony a99 Mk1 does not deliver in this department though it is far from hopeless. But it is not a sports machine. Now, here in China, prices are like D300s for $375 or a D700 for $650. DX has the advantage of the nice and expensive Nikon 16-80 and the...
Hi all, Am a Nikon user again, after four years of flirting with micro 4/3. Sold my D300 and 18-200 mm four years ago because of poor low light performance and ventured into the world of micro 4/3, never got used to it though, just didn´t work for me, especially missed the superior autofocus of the D300. So I finally bought a D500 with the 16-80 kit zoom, great to be "home" again. The 16-80 is a great lens, but I need a zoom lens, what would you guys suggest? Probably should go for the latest...
G'day, As a Fishing Editor for the Australian Boating Magazine, I was disappointed to see that the D850 is to sell for about $5300 AUD in Australia! Now, as far as I am aware, the same camera is selling in the USA for about $3300USD, which is $4135AUD at today's exchange rate. There has never been a $1100-1200AUD disparity in US vs Australian pricing. Sure, there's some extra freight and a bit of tax to add before it hits us, but not over $1000 difference! I've owned (just in the DSLRs...
I am using a Nikon 70-200mm F2.8 G lens on a D500. I shoot sports - 1500 pictures/game completely in autofocus. Recently I can not get through a game without the 70-200 autofocus "freezing up". Autofocus stops working completely as if I am in manual . Even if I remove lens and put back on, remove battery, alter all settings, etc. it will not autofocus. I even changed body to a D300 and the 70-200 lens still remains frozen. Conversely if I put another Nikon lens (not 70-200) on either D500 and...
By: iKokomo (3 months ago)
While cleaning up I found a nice Vivitar Macroflash 5000 that was used on a Nikon SLR. My question is, can I use this ring flash on my digital Nikon D2x / D300 / 90 camera units? I hear some older flashes are bad to use due to voltage differences. Can I safely use this?
I'm traveling to Greece and I want a good all-purpose zoom lens to photograph Greece. Targets will be mostly landscapes, lots of seascapes, architecture & details and some portraits/people. No need for great reach. The lens has to have really good IQ, be relatively LIGHT and cover a decent range (though 200-300 may be overkill). I have a D300 camera (DX) and have an 85mm f1.8 prime and 18-35mm (older version not "G") wide angle zoom BUT I am missing the 35-85mm range AND I don't want the...
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