Announced Nov 1, 2005 •
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The size of the company, the look of the bodies, the lenses, the IQ output, the AF, the price, the technology in it? I started shooting with a nikon D200. Really liked that camera IQ for portraits. When CMOS came out in nikon i think their image quality also changed dramatically, for worse. I then got the D7000 and used for three years, then sold it for a fuji S5 pro, and oh my god, things just changed for me right there. I fell in love with fuji CCD sensors. Later on I got a XE1, and...
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
By: troy strobel (2 weeks ago)
Posted to: Fujifilm X System / SLR Talk
Hi, Thought I would ask for some feedback or opinions on the question. I don’t post much but read the forums fairly often. I’ve been shooting with the old girl (D200) for…oh has it been almost 10 years? Wow time files! lol Anyway, mechanically, the D200 still works fine but it’s never been that great with low light and 4.5 fps seems slow compared to what’s out there today. Also, the D200 is built like a tank. Which is good and not so good. I’m hoping to find something smaller, lighter and...
Struggling with getting the best focus points while shooting my son's high school baseball games. Using 'A' priority, large, fine and using my 70-200 2.8 or my 70-300 5.6. Using CH, auto focus and AFC mode, but finding myself switching from "grp" to "s" quite often to get the best shots. NOT an expert (you may have already figured this out). Had the d200 when I had much more time in my life to dedicate to photography, then moved to the 7100, and then to the 500 when it came out. Help,...
I have started to do more events and weddings recently and will continue to do so. The largest prints I will be making are mainly 15 X 11.5". I just did a wedding a few weeks ago with my 16MP fuji gear and the prints came out simply beautiful. Even several years ago I did my sister's wedding with the nikon D200 and the pictures came out pretty darn decent on print. The funny thing is that on my monitor they don't look very good, but on print they looked very nice. Not as good as the fuji...
By: bob11746 (3 months ago)
Posted to: Nikon FX SLR (DF, D1-D5, D600-D800) Talk
I just got my new D750 yesterday, and while playing around and getting familiar with my camera I noticed something strange. With my lens cap on, the slowest shutter speed I get at f4 is around 8-10 seconds at iso100. Is this the bottom end of my metering capability?? This was done in the dark, and even with dark scenes. It just won't go any slower. Tried this with the new 24-120 f4 VR and my older 35-105 f3.5-4.5. Then I went to my D200 and wow! it doesn't go past 2". Tried the wife's...
Anyone using the first generation 70-200 f/2.8 VR-1 with a D500? I used to own this lens when I had a D200 and a D300 years ago and I really liked it. Thinking about buying a used one now, but wonder how this lens (given it's age) fares with the D500. I don't need any opinions about version VR-2 of the 70-200/2.8 or the the 70-200 f/4 VR which I already own. -- Jim F - Prescott, Arizona, USAhttp://jamesfarrell.smugmug.com
By: docfink (3 months ago)
My D500 arrives today. Love my D810 and will keep it as I'm mainly a family/friends/travel photographer. I don't need the new camera, but feel like a new camera, and look forward to carrying something smaller for travel and for my kids' sporting events.How are you enjoying the files compared to similar D810 ones? Is the quality similar? Not looking for validation here, just opinions from those who have a FF camera and also a DX body. My last DX body was a D200, so I'm in unfamiliar...
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