Announced Jan 6, 2012 •
16 megapixels | 3.2″ screen | Full frame sensor
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Hi guys, Just curious, in the pentax lens roadmap "2017 or later" at the bottom, there is the section that says "Large Aperture Standard Single Focus Lens". http://donsphoto.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/D_FA_Lens_Roadmap_20160217_CP-_DL-1.png Do any of you have any idea what lens that would be?? As I have said in my posts here before, I am really interested in a pentax FF, but I am mainly a prime shooter and the lens that I use a LOT is the nikon 28 1.8 and I need quick AF prime lenses...
Hi guys, If you recall not too long ago I posted a thread talking about the lack of new quiet modern lenses for FF, mainly prime lenses. I am seriously considering a FF Ricoh pentax in the very near future mainly because I feel they give you so much for your money, but again, they just don't have any nice (quiet) affordable modern prime lenses like nikon does, for example, my 28 1.8 and 50 1.8 G. Third party lenses are just not all there either. Having said that, what is it that YOU want...
Ok I know this is a beaten subject, but I'm at a loss and don't know what to do. I currently shoot my trusty d4 for everything, and love it, however I need a lighter kit as my doctor has informed me of yet another shoulder surgery and quite possible ongoing shoulder issues. I Had a d750 previously, the buffer was a tough spot for me in action shooting. Also had a D500 but could not adjust to the "grain" of aps-c but lately have seen that its workable or just different. Loved the AF and speed...
Nikon Help! D800 Error. Blinking Battery and Clock. Even though charged internal battery for a week.
By: elchupacabra (4 weeks ago)
Posted to: Beginners Questions
When I turn on my camera, I get the Err light blinking, as well as the clock and battery lights. I left my camera with a charged battery for a week, to recharge the internal clock battery. But no luck. I don't think it's the internal clock battery, I was actively using the camera when the error came up for the first time. I wouldn't think the clock battery would drain while you're using it. It's a D800, has a non replaceable clock battery, unlike the d5, d4 etc... which have a small clock...
Hi there, I am about to buy a set of lights (B1), which will be triggered by an air remote. My main camera is D4, which of course the air remote suitable for it is Air TTL Nikon. But I also have my main film camera i.e. a mechanical Leica MP. I brought the MP to the test lighting, and with Air TTL Nikon on top, the lights did fire. But I'm not sure how it would look on the negatives later. Will it be ok? I thought it should be ok if the lights fire and I don't exceed the maximum flash sync...
By: cstmichael (2 months ago)
I've been shooting wildlife for about 2.5 years. I have some good gear, Nikon D500, D4, 400mm f/2.8, 200-500mm, however my hit rate of getting birds in focus flying directly at me is about 0-10%. I use a tripod and I can be locked onto a hawk on a branch, but when he launches and comes directly towards me all the frames are out of focus. If I'm panning my success rate is much better. It's only when the subject is coming towards me that the camera/lens does not stay locked on. My setting are...
Dear D500 users I am still struggling to make my mind to go for D500 camera. D500 is excellent camera with excellent features which is helpful for wild life and others. I am focusing only on IQ of sensor. Are you happy with IQ ? Here is my Normal usage of Camera and other info Area of Photography : Wild life 95%Normal ISO use: mostly: 200-800 (Plenty of light in UAE)Lenses: Nikon 400mm f2.8 /200-500mmTele converters: 1.4 TC ll ,2TC lllEarly used cameras: D7200 /D7000/D200 (All sold) My...
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