Announced Oct 8, 2013 •
24 megapixels | 3.2″ screen | Full frame sensor
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Reading this title may look ridiculous to some of you - I get that. Let me lay out some factors: My common shooting environments/style: Low-light events, well-lit events such as theatre, small proportion of outdoor work Very little off-camera flash (mostly because of my effort threshold / lack of skill), although I'd like to change that (sitting on two cheap Neewer TTL flashes for Nikon and the Fuji EF-X20) Preference for mid-tele end (105/135), wide shots are...less interesting Prime...
Hi All, This is my first question here and I am thankful for this site & members for providing with lots of content & reviews that is very useful for people like me. I currently own nikon d5500 with 18-140, 55-300 & 50 1.8 lens. I have saved around 1000 $ for my next lens. After reading the reviews for the sigma art lens, I thought of buying 18-35 1.8 and perhaps 50 - 100 1.8 too. ( If I buy sigma I will sell all of the above lenses). I have following questions 1) If I buy this sigma combo...
Hi, I've used 1000D and 600D with Tamron 150-600 [Tamron 150-600mm f/5-6.3 SP Di VC USD] for a shoot in jungle, I feel that lens is able to produce good quality images but both of these bodies don't provide me - 1. Good FPS 2. Low light good IQ - on ISO 800 I see a lot of noise 3. AF points and time taken to focus I'm looking for a basic FF entry level Nikon/Canon. Will D610 or 6D solve my problem or I've to invest more for body? Is it wise decision to switch to D610 as price difference is...
hi everyone i a, looking to buy a camera but have some things to clarify first: 1do micro 4/3 sensors mean bad image quality? Will I see a difference in image quality vs a full frame or apse 2 why do people not use micro 4/3 for wildlife shooting even though the 2x crop!? 3pros and cons of full frame 4 is 16 mega pixels enough ? 5 Nikon or canon ? And what of these do u think is best for me I need something to travel with good image quality walking around town and day hikes so landscape...
By: nebulaskin (1 week ago)
Posted to: Accessories Talk
Hi everyone, Im considering to buy a ball-head (actually using a manfrotto 3w head) but really can't understand how generally ballhead performs on taking vertical photos! For example, will the side of my camera touch the base plate of the tripod if turned vertically? Should i look for a high mount ballhead? (In the case that the tripod base plate is larger than the ballhead diameter). Should i really buy an L-bracket when using a ballhead to shot vertically? Im willing to buy this set-up: -...
I got up at 3am this morning to sort out my horses as the temp had dropped and took advantage of the beautifully clear night to take some pictures. Camera was set up for 5 second exposure, 1600 ISO, f3.6 @ apprx 20mm focal length. white balance at 4350, camera is D610. I took 60 lights and 5 darks and stacked with both DSS and Sequator individually, however i got odd results from both. Sequator being the easiest i feel rather embarrassed that i've managed to come out with this: This...
Hi all, thanks in advance for reading and replying! It is appreciated. I am currently earning some money through my photography, doing some events, seconding at weddings, and houses for estate agents. It's not glam, but it beats a lot of other jobs! I am also printing (usually at about 16 x 12) my landscape/outdoor images, which are more my passion, but (so far) less my income! I am hoping to sell these at various Xmas/Craft markets etc. I am currently shooting on an Olympus EM1 with the...
Assuming you were shooting raw on the D610, how many times would you have to press the zoom in (QUAL) button to get a 100% magnification? Is this even possible? The D610 manual (page 187) states that the zoom button can be used to "zoom in to maximum of approximately 38x (large images in 36 x 24/3 : 2 format)" I have searched many forum threads, but all of them asked whether or not the "OK" button can be used to zoom the image in to 100x, which the answer is sadly no.
Hello all, This week I bought a new Nikon d610. Upon editing the photo in Lightroom I noticed a lot of little dots. So i did visit the camera shop. When opening the camera they saw little dots / scratches on the mirror. The shop employee did clean the mirror, but the small scratches where still there. They also cleaned the dust from the sensor. The camera is shooting great again and there is no dust on the photo’s visible. Still, I feel uncomfortable with scratches on the mirror. Should I...
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