Announced Jul 30, 2009 •
10 megapixels | 3″ screen | APS-C sensor
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Hello, I currently own Nikon D3000 and the following lenses: kit 18-55mm VR AF-s DX + Nikon 55-200 VR. I want to purchase a new camera in about 5-6 months, but I'm not sure which path to take. I own the D3000 since 2012 and took a break from photography in 2015. Since I was a kid back then I didn't take time to learn photography in a proper way because I never thought that I would be able to afford a camera or a lens myself.. and mostly because I was doing trick photography all day from...
By: xitiz9784 (10 months ago)
Posted to: Beginners Questions
I've been trying my hand at portrait photography and using a new 35mm prime lens but pictures are no sharp enough. Been figuring out things bit by bit but this one's a road block. Any help will be greatly appreciated. Sharing samples here, please let me know what I'm doing wrong. FYI, I own a Nikon D3000, I know its a fossil, but was mostly unused until a year ago. Thanks, this is another one taken with the same camera-lens combination, but ts sharper blurry because of the unsteadiness, do...
By: JMoraine (11 months ago)
Posted to: Open Talk
Hi, I've lately been searching for my first (serious) lens-interchangeable camera ; have searched on the web and also tried some out in the store but I am still not able to chose one in particular... To give you some personal background : I am a 20 yo student who has owned a compact Sony camera til this day. In the last year I have been more and more attracted to photography and the art of capturing moments. I have thus decided to make the investment and by my own camera (I have been using my...
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Hi all, I like to do low light photography mainly landscapes. I currently have a Nikon D3000 which is a few years old. I find it difficult to focus and compose in low light and if the camera has to be set out at a low level as i cannot get a good view through the view finder. I am looking for a nikon with a fold out screen where I can have live view . D 3000 has neither. I was looking at the D5500 and the d500. any suggestions? also can I use the lenses i use now with the D3000? thanks raj
1) The D5000 is only (AF wise) compatible with AF-S and AF-I lenses, are there still plenty of these lenses? Would it be a disadvantage? 2. I have used a friends D90 and D3000 with a Sigma lens with an aperture ring, but the aperture could only be changed using the body, otherwise it wouldn't change. Is this just this lens, would it be true of other Sigma's. Would it be true of Nikon lenses with aperture rings?
Hi everyone... new to the forum so hopefully I'm following etiquette.I currently own a D3000 with an 18-200 3.5-5.6 and a 50mm 1.8.I want to move up to something more capable of low-light work. I'm strictly an amateur who like to shoot all kinds of things. Most of them not moving :) So... I have my eye on a D5300 body for $699 plus tax or a used D7000 with a 35mm 1.8 for $700. It has approx 18,000 actuations. I can trade my D3000 in on the D5300 for about $70 which covers the taxes making...
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