Announced Feb 21, 2002 •
6 megapixels | 1.8″ screen | APS-C sensor
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I need some help/advice. I've a novice hobbyist photographer. My first DSLR was the Nikon D100 which I later replaced with the D3400. Overall, I'm satisfied with the D3400 but now I'm feeling the itch for something better - maybe something in the midrange. I compared the D3400 to the D7500 and I'm just not seeing enough reasons to make the jump based on my needs. I'm into landscape and portrait photographer so I probably won't get much from the increase fps rate. The built in AF motor is...
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...
Hi, I haven't used my old D100 for a while but last week I dug it out and was astonished that the pictures from it are consistently very underexposed. I have tried everything I can think of to fix this (other than taking it in for a service which is the next step!) but am at a loss to solve this. Many thanks for ideas to help? As an example here is a picture I took today on the D100, with a comparison taken on a Canon point and shoot. P mode, automatic everything. Spot metering, auto...
By: rrrremus (9 months ago)
Posted to: Nikon SLR Lens Talk
Being a hardware design engineer i cannot imagine the reason that Nikon could not switch the motor type in some new lenses (AF-P type) and not keep compatibility with older cameras. I am not familiar with the electrical connections they use in the mount, but i assume they use a few pins (4 maybe) to keep compatibility with AF type lenses where the lens just reports focal length to the camera. For driving the focus motor and VR they must use at least two pins to power the lens and at least two...
Okay - so I took advantage of Nikon's deal for the D500 plus grip at the reduced price and now that the holidays are over, I am going through the owner's manual and starting to set up the camera - far more complex than my previous D300 was but we'll get there. My question though is on choosing a browser and post processing software. I have always used Nikon View NX/NX2 for my browser with my D100, D200, and D300. Hate to simply say that View was 'good enough", but it was good enough for my...
I have been a long time Nikon camera user, going back to the N8008/N90s, and then the digital D100/200/300 bodies. Currently - and for many years - the D300 has been my main camera body and it has served me well. It has it's noise problems in low light (tough photographing Prothonotary warblers in the Francis Beidler Forest) so now that a true successor to D300 is here, I am definitely planning on buying one later this year, but I have a question or two about the grip/battery/charger for...
Hi D500 user(s) Ok, I had previous models D1h, D100, D200 (sold out) D300 and D750 - all I can see AF Illumination Points red glow. but I don't see on D500?? I tried look at whole MENU I don't see where is AF Illumination Point ??? Anyone know? Also, I noticed inside viewfinder display was very very low or dim not as like as D750's viewfinder display bright. Is there adjust bright for viewfinder display?? Thanks, Kenny Jr
I got a new P900 and have been using it for bird and sunset shots. First the birds - not well focused, especially at distances. I don't even try the full distance because I know it's useless, but I look at reviews and others' shots and see sharp, nice shots. I also can't get it to auto-focus on birds about 25 feet away when I'm using the zoom. I've discarded hundreds of shots of bald eagles in flight and sitting in the nest because they weren't sharp or even somewhat sharp. As for the sunset...
Good day to you all, trying to make up my mind for the next camera, I ask for your valuable opinion. The past: D100, D2h, D2x, D3, D4. Wildlife only, but recently also people, mainly ethnic minorities; I use my gear only when I travel, a new house project has postponed my next trip to March 2017. I just sold the AF-S 500mm f/4D IF-ED II, it was 10 years old, time to replace it, and two D4’s, better decision then keep them inside a Dry Cabinet for the next 18 months. I was considering the D5...
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