Announced Apr 20, 2005 •
6 megapixels | 2″ screen | APS-C sensor
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Hi all , i have recently bought a helios 3x tc to use with the few M42 lenses i have . a phototax-paragon 1:28/135 is my fav atm . i bought an adapter so it can fit my nikon d70s and works ok , on manual set up of course , but when i use the tc it fails ,what if anything am i doing wrong all i get is grey/black images ,help please ! --HEY i have something to say ! it's better to burn out than to fade away !
Hi guys. I understand that the Nikor 18-55 (not sure about which of the versions) is considered really good for infrared. Which version is the best??? I just found out today that the 16-85 is supposed to be good also - but is it better than the best 18-55 version???? - even if more expensive, it could be a more convenient choice, as I could use a 67-77mm step filter (my Hoya R72 is 77mm) on it. From what I remember this lens is also really good for regular photography, was on my list before I...
This is a just a piece of crap. I got one brand new a year ago to replace my old battle-worn 18-70 mm that came with my D70s kit in 2005. A few days ago, I was doing a report for my newspaper and I felt something strange going on: a piece of the front plastic came off. Just like that. The problem seems to be well known and to happen often. This is a major design flaw. Cheap piece of plastic, very disappointing. No wonder Nikon is sacking people these days.
I have LR 4.4 I use it exclusively to adjust my photos. I stick to RAW capture on my (now old) Nikon D300 and D70s. If I need photoshop I use CS2. But that's very rarely. So my question is have any others done this update, and was it worth it? As you can tell I like to get maximum use from software and hardware! So I don't chase latest and greatest, and was trying to avoid the £9 (approx.) subscription model. Does the perpetual LR6 include the HDR and panorama modules? I could see me using...
By: paul49 (Mar 22, 2016)
A couple of years ago, I was planning a trip to Europe and decided that I was not so inclined to carry my D7000 around and preferred something lighter. After some investigations I settled on an Olympus OMD E-M5 and as a backup an E-P5. For lenses, I have finished up with (ignoring the kit lenses):- Olympus 12-40 f2.8 PRO Sigma 60mm f2.8 Sigma 19mm f2.8 Panasonic 7-14 f4 I've never been unhappy with the images coming out of the m4/3 gear but I've been less than impressed with the reliability....
Hello again. My 10 year old D70s is still alive and kicking. I still use it almost every day. Couldn't find much info on this combo so thought I'd ask to be absolutely sure. Is this lense compatible? From what I've read it should be. If not, what is a good alternative (Sigma/Tamron)? Thank you! PS: forgot to mention I've been using a cheap 50mm 1.8f AF for years. Need to get closer.
If I want to use the d70s electronic shutter to take photographs without flash, is there a way to do that? I want to save using and wearing out the mechanic shutter when using the camera as a capture device for tens of 1000s of images. --'I don't take photographs, I steal them.'Tungsten Nordstein, 1999
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