Announced Aug 27, 2008 •
12 megapixels | 3″ screen | APS-C sensor
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I know this question has been asked. But I want maybe an opinion and someone who can perhaps post some examples. So I have the XT-2, love the camera, but I have to say I had an old D90 and for some reason, and maybe its my shooting, the sharpness on the Nikon was better, and that is a really old camera. So I have been struggling with that. The lens I had (and currently sold) was the 35 mmf2.0 and the Nikon lens I had was the 35mm 1.4 which I think was sharper. I do love the QI overall but...
Hello. I am a long time D90 user, awaiting delivery of a new D7200. I have been reading the D7200 manual, and am a little confused about how the autofocus modes act. Some background: I shoot mostly with a Sigma 17-70 f2.8 C or a Tokina 11-16. I use manual mode 99% of the time. My D90 is always set to AF-S, single point. It is my practice to leave the focus point in the center, focus on my subject, and recompose as needed while holding the shutter halfway down. While I seldom shoot moving...
Hi there, I've been using Nikon since 10 Years now, used D40, D90, D7000 and many lenses but I recently sold everything because I decided to go FX, I bought a new D750 . So I only have a D750 and a old Nikkor AF 50mm f/1.4D with it. Now my question is what lens to buy now? Since I love taking portraits of my kids indoor and outdoor, I Travel and take pics on vacations. Also attend a lot of events and wedding. (Just a hobby and I never Print) I can buy AF-S NIKKOR24-120mm f/4G ED VR Or AF-S...
By: VadiV (3 weeks ago)
I have been sing D90, and decided to go to a new D3400 for its high resolution and better ISO . I did a very simple test at ISO 3200 on both with 300mm, results are attached. Do I need to spend another $500 to get this little difference and lose all good features of D90? D3400 - 3200 D90 - 3200 D90 - Filtered for noise Thanks, VadiV --http://backyardpakshi.blogspot.com/http://www.flickr.com/photos/vadkal
By: DebbyK (3 weeks ago)
Posted to: Micro Four Thirds Talk
I have only owned Nikon DSLR cameras from the D90 to the D7200. I love to shoot wildlife but find myself unwilling to carry all my gear when we travel. I own a Sigma 150-500 lens that I use to get closeups of birds. I rarely shoot video but think getting the Panasonic would encourage me to try shooting more video. Thinking of getting the Panasonic Lumix DMC-G85 as a way to travel lighter on trips. Will I be happy with the quality of photos as compared to what I have now? The deal on BH...
Hey there, the most important reason I just got an X-E3 was, that I rarely took my D90 with that 18-105mm lens with me since it was so cumbersome. The plan with the Fuji was to have it with me 90% of the time whenever I leave the house. Currently I'm not often going out specifically to shoot, so this would increase the times I might snap some shots significantly. I found a few threads regarding bags and packs but they revolve mostly about the best equipment to go out primarily to take...
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