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By: Basilfawlty1981 (1 week ago)
Posted to: Nikon FX SLR (DF, D1-D5, D600-D850) Talk
In 2015 when I went from IPhone photography (I know, the blissful days of ignorance before gear lust) to DSLR (first model used D5100 with a kit lense) I was amazed how much better one could shoot in low light (club, bar, unlighted garden...) conditions. At some point I then also discovered primes and now have a Nikon 85 1.8 (G) and a 135 2.8 (old manual). I also love being sufficiently far away in order for the person not being aware of being photographed, and thus having natural face...
I recently bought an OMD-10ii with the kit lens, but I find it way too slow. My most frequent subject is my preschooler and our house isn't particularly well-lit, so I'm dealing with a lot of motion blur. I'm looking at either the 17 1.8 or 25 1.8 ( haven't made up my mind yet...I also have a Nikon D7100 and my 50 1.8 lives on it, but I definitely want something wider for this camera). I eventually want either the Pana 12-35 2.8 or Oly 12-40 2.8 as well, but they're a little out of budget...
Dear Photographers, I am thinking about to buy a cam, i have checked Nikon d3400 - it has same configuration like nikon D7100 or D7000 (Not All features). My prime concern is quality of photo and some enthusiast feature too. Which cam with which lens is best for like me ?
Would be interested in hearing the views/opinions of others regarding which of my two camera bodies I should use with a new lens I recently purchased. I was able to get a Nikkor 300mm f/2.8 AF-S DII used lens at a very good price. Included in the deal was the Nikon 1.4 teleconverter. This lens will supplement my Tamron 150-600 mm lens that was my primary wildlife lens. My question: when in the field, would I be better served having this Nikkor lens on my D7100 body, with the Tamron on my...
Please let me intrude just a little more, my wife stopped at Best Buy, and picked up 2 SanDisk 32gig, UHS-1 cards and speed to 90mb/s 600x. I have to admit I'm not real knowledgable about SD cards ,are these pretty good? In past I just bought a couple cards i thought had enough "space" to work, and never thought much about speed to write. I don't use video, so that doesn't come into play, I've never even tried the video on my D3300, and about a minute on my D7100, just not my thing. Thanks; ...
hello, trying to check the focus for my Sigma 105mm 2.8 macro hsm; using a D7100 on a tripod, with 2 second delay, and flash I took pictures using AF - S through viewfinder, M via viewfinder, LV AF-S, LV-M The pictures are labeled I would appreciate any help, thank you viewfinder AF-S View: original size viewfinder M View: original size LV M View: original size LV AF-S View: original size viewfinder M
Hello guys! I'm going for a long holiday (7 months) in around South East Asia. I'm looking for a DSLR backpack that does not only fits my gear, but also my clothing and other stuffs that an average traveler needs on daily basis (first aids, toiletries, etc.). Basically I'm looking for a single bag that acts both as a rucksack and a dslr camera bag.I don't have much camera gear (only Nikon D7100, Sigma 17-50, Nikon 50mm, a flash and batteries/charger). Most of the bags I could find have almost...
Hello there, I have a Nikon D5300, when I'm in LV and pressing the magnification button more than once, so that i'm cropped in quite a bit, the image becomes very laggy like this: https://youtu.be/K33Z_v02qXU (same problem but with a Nikon D7100, you can see it at 0:57) I know the problem isn't that important, but I would like it if there is a fix for it. Thanks!
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