Announced Nov 6, 2012 •
24 megapixels | 3″ screen | APS-C sensor
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Hi, I recently noticed that when stopping down to f/3.2, my camera underexposes by about 1/3 of a stop. This only happens with this lens, with my other lenses they expose correctly and brighten as the vignette clears. Can be replicated on both my D750 and D5200. The centre of my 24-70 G2 darkens, but the vignette does clear as you would expect. Also, the bokeh changes much more suddenly than it does with my 70-200 G2 set to 70mm. Here are some untouched photos. Sorry they're a little...
I am in a predicament. My D5200 was dropped recently and as a result the focus, while still sharp, always misses and focuses about 3-6 inches behind my subject. I'm wondering if anyone here has had this issue and knows how to fix it. I'm possibly thinking of getting something a little newer, but I'm not sure what. If I go the new camera route, I could afford the D5600 or, if the extra features were worth it, the D7200. A little guidance from people that have had one or both of these cameras...
I've noticed that carrying my Nikon d5200 with 3 different lens and a Minolta film camera with 2 lens is a bit cumbersome for me, and was wondering if I should switch to mirrorless. I've been looking at some Sonys and realized they're pricey for a student like me, and also checked out some Fujifilms such as the X-T10 or the x-100t which seem to be possible with my budget. Any thoughts would be appreciated.
Hii, I have nikon d5200 , with AF-S DX 18-55 f3.5/5.6 G VR 2 kit lense. I am planning to buy new low budget zoom lens please suggest lens for it. Is AF-P dx 70 / 300 mm f 4.5/6.3 G VR2 lense is fully compatible with all features , and with auto focusing in my Nikon 5200 DX camera ? I am very much confused for that compatibility for above mentioned lens ? Please guide me for above mentioned lenses and also suggest other lenses if, to purchase new lens . I read man article and review still ,...
Hey guys, I am planning to buy new zoom lens for Nikon D5200.. actually I am confused bw 18-135mm lens ($350) and 18-200mm VR2 lens($650)… can you suggest which one I should take.. apart from zoom, what makes which lens better…? Used I can get in 150 and 350 for 135 and 200 mm lens… I also came thru Tamaron lens ($150 new) which is very cheap and reviews are really good… or you have some other suggestions
In the future I am looking toward upgrading my camera body (currently have a D5200). I shoot a lot of stage photography and use a Sigma 18-250 to be able to snap between wide angle and tight focus on the fly (if anyone hears whispers of a faster lens with the same focal length range, let me know). My main problem is the limitation of the D5200 sensor. I was at a camera store today, told a sales associate this story and how I was thinking of upgrading to the D750 in the future. They told me...
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