Announced Apr 5, 2011 •
16 megapixels | 3″ screen | APS-C sensor
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Hello all Recently grabbed the D7200. Just unloaded my D5100 along with the 55-200 Nikon kit lens. So now I am thinking of picking up the Tamron AF 70-300mm f/4.0-5.6 SP Di VC USD XLD. The price is near the Nikon price yet for some reason I am leaning towards the Tamron. Your thoughts will be welcome. Am I crazy? Thanks Mike
Hi. I'm having a problem with my D5100. In Manual, Programmed, Aperture, and Shutter mode the video is very yellow, and the noise in the video is unbearable. Can anyone suggest why this is, I used TassinFlat profile for this video. I have attached pictures taken. You will notice one picture taken in auto mode looks a bit better though still looks bad, while the Programmed mode is terrible Shot in Programme mode Shot in auto mode Aalso if any has any advice on Nikonhacker firmware. You...
Hello, While I was conducting some comparison tests, I identified something I had vaguely noticed recently: The D5100 seems to have acquired a....certain lack of sharpness and contrast, as though a very thin fog has settled uniformly on its sensor (?) Is this possible, and can anything be done about it? I set up the D5100 and the D5500 with the same target, same lens (Nikon 16-85mm) same time, same settings (f 11) same light (natural outdoor shade), same...well...everything, shot both...
I've been looking around online to see what size swabs are good for cleaning off the sensor on my Pana GM5. From what I see supposedly 1.3X sensor swabs are the right size. However a quick look at a 1.5 swab I have for my Nikon D5100 looks like it would be the correct size for a vertical M43 swipe. So my question is essentially those of you who have cleaned your sensors, what have you used, 1.3X or other? Thanks.
By: Marc Trotter (2 months ago)
That is, I assume the problem is focus. It seems like for the last few days, my shots are just not sharp, but rather blurry or out of focus. Now, the camera seems to "think" it is focusing because it behaves as it always has on auto focus. I have tried focusing both auto and manually, with three different lenses, but even when focusing manually, it will look sharp through the viewfinder prior to the shot, but then when I review the shot on the screen and zoom in, it is just blurry. The...
Hi everyone, I am shooting with a D5100, using a Sigma 10-20/4-5.6 and a Nikon 35/1.8. I'm newly based in Switzerland and travelling as much as possible with my camera. My photos are basically travel, city/street photos and landscapes. I find I can't always get close enough to somethings to shoot what I want (especially on mountain hikes) and would like your input on my next lens. New or used I'd like to keep under $600 max (USD). I've looked at the Sigma 17-70/2.8 which would be great for...
I am actually posting this again here after some advice in the open talk forum. Hope it's okay to do so. After having experimented with cheap macro alternatives like reverse lens, extension tubes and Raynox DCR-150, I had a chance to try out Zeiss macro lenses this Sunday, and I loved the experience. I think I'm mentally ready to invest in a proper macro lens in a couple of months, and I would like to keep it Nikkor (no third party lens). As I understand it, the Nikkor macros available here...
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