Announced Nov 6, 2012 •
24 megapixels | 3″ screen | APS-C sensor
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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...
I'm wondering which one is better specifically for video. I'm really debating between these cameras, but I'm just not sure. I'm looking at continuous auto focus, better video features, etc etc. I know many will suggest a camcorder, but I need the benefit of changing lenses. Thank you for any answers.
When transferring photos from a camera to a computer, is it better to remove the SD card or to use the USB port on the camera? The point being, there's going to be wear and tear on either the card slot or the USB connector. Does it make any difference? The particular camera in question is a Nikon D5200.
Not too long ago, I was on a mini vacation with my D5200 and 55-300 VR lens, shooting some bison/buffalo and black bears. I was using AF area mode: single point. The lighting was good and my shutter speeds were relatively high, but majority of the photos turned out to be a bit out of focus. Was it because I was focusing on the animal's body/hair which was dark and not contrasty enough for AF to work properly? What would be a better AF mode/technique to use when dealing with such...
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