Announced Nov 6, 2012 •
24 megapixels | 3″ screen | APS-C sensor
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By: Steven2 (1 week ago)
Posted to: Digital Video Talk
I request you to please help me to choose a right camcoder or DSLR for my purpose (I also did a lot of research (1 week), mentioned below): My Purpose is: 1. To make educational (whiteboard teaching) Youtube Videos where I'll teach on the whiteboard using marker. (I've no concern to shoot photos). 2. I will shoot indoor, and have low light 3. Video will be upto 12 - 20 mins long. 4. I'm, not sure but I guess I need Auto focus functionality so that focus is on me all the time (as I'm...
By: cauger61 (1 week ago)
I am an absolutely new comer to the world of dSLR photography. I have recently joined a bird watching group and have made a few trips with successfully (to the extent permissible) taken birds and nature photographs with my existing point-and-shoot camera. But now I have started realising its limitations and therefore I have recently decided to have a Nikon d5200 which suits my budget. The camera comes as usual with a 18-55 kit lens. The experienced members of the group come with awe raising...
By: Maltozo (1 week ago)
Hi. Planing to enjoy/dabble again with (D)SLR after decades away. Ex Practica MTL3, Yashica FXD Quartz, Contax 137 era! Just starting out my re-education of all contemporary 'photo' matters so please be kind! Looking at Nikon D5200 at £350 with 18-55 NON VR Kit lens or Canon EOS 100D with 18-55 ST stabilised lens at £340. Majority of Intended use landscape/street/town/buildings; also small amount of family life/portrait/sport. Cost is a major factor but don't want to risk secondhand. Two year...
I've had my Nikon D5300 for a few years now and before that a Nikon D5200. Anyone else noticed when using 'live view' and then taking a shot, you still hear some shutter/mirror noise? So, in effect the purpose of using live view to keep the mirror up (reducing vibration), doesn't really work. I recently had the chance to try this on a Canon 750d (T6i) and it makes no noise at all. (much like a mirrorless camera). I tested this on the D5500 in store and it also does the same...
Hi Guys My husband and I are going on a bucket list adventure to Alaska in July-August of 2017, We will be going Fishing, Dog sledding, Denali flyover & landing, Kenai fjords sightseeing, Bear watching at Crescent Lake. Lots of opportunities for Landscape & Bird photos as well as personal. This is something we have been saving for 10 years! We really do not want to shortchange ourselves on memories and have budgeted $5000 for Camera gear I should say that until now we have been using a Nikon...
Hello! I have been shooting with my D5200 for about two years now with the two lenses that came with the kit (Nikon 55-200mm f/4-5.6G DX & Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G) and I'm looking for a good "next step" lens. I mostly do volunteer photography for our local animal shelters and rescues, and occasionally small birthdays for friends. I've been happy with my results, but I know I am still a beginner, and have beginner gear - This is a hobby and a labor of love, not a...
By: rg12 (1 month ago)
Some Korean Pop Video Ok, I know that I wouldn't be able to make it look THAT pro since there is obviously a big focus in that video on quality.BUT, I have seen so many comparisons between $5k lenses and $100 lenses (like mine, stock nikor 18-55mm) and the big differences were mostly low light performance and even the pro's were surprised.I know that these kind of looks are mostly achieved with some color grading and such and I was wandering if I can actually get that very smooth film like...
Hi Guys, Just bought a Gloxy GX-D5100 vertical battery grip for my Nikon D5200 it also came with two Gloxy batteries, when I put the grip into the battery slot and put the batteries in the camera states that the battery cannot be used in the camera but if you put the batteries directly into the camera then no problem the batteries work.... anyone got any ideas.....
By: Durjoy (2 months ago)
Posted to: Nikon SLR Lens Talk
Hi Friends, Can you please help me to choose a macro cum portrait lens for my Nikon D5200. I have picked up couple of lenses for the said purpose, Nikon 60mm 2,8G Macro & 85mm 3.5G DX Macro. I observed there are few advantages in both lenses compare with another. Nikon 60mm 2.8G Macro is equipped with nano coating & maximum Aperture of 2.8 (Disadvantages working distance & VR). Where in 85mm 3.5G Macro, has long working distance and VR (Disadvantages aparture & nano coating). I believe...
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