Announced Oct 8, 2013 •
24 megapixels | 3.2″ screen | Full frame sensor
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By: noz03 (6 days ago)
Posted to: Open Talk
I am getting so many mixed opinions on this when I search so thought I might ask here if anyone knows anything about it? According to some people only a "google trusted" photographer can take a 360 for street maps. But other people say as long as it is high quality and realistic looking image it should be fine. Anyone know which is correct? By the way I am shooting using an 18mm on d610 with a nodal ninja style tripod head and creating the pano in PTGui.
Hey Folks, I need a little help choosing a lens for capturing people interacting within the confines of a car interior. The customer wants natural light used, and enough DOF to see the subjects head as well as what they're looking at or touching on the dash interface. I'm basically trying to shoot people doing things in the front seat from the back seat hand held and without flash. I'm using a D610 and can get my hands on Nikkor 50mm 1:1.4G quickly, but I'm not sure it would be right for the...
Hello, I'm about to upgrade my D750 to either a D810 or a D850. The dpreview camera specs enlist that the D850 has EN-EL15a batteries, while the D810 and D750 use EN-EL15. What's the difference between them? Will my spare Nikon EN-EL15 batteries work in the D850 as well, not only in the D810? As I will continue to use my D610 infrared body after the switch, battery compatibility is important to me. Thank you in advance! --http://dimensionseven.deviantart.com
Dear world travelers, My family and I will be in Lima Peru in November. We have some commitments in Lima, but hope to tack on an extra week as a family vacation. We do not plan to rent a vehicle, so any traveling would be via taxi, bus, or train. Our first thought was Machu Picchu, but after a little research it seems like quite an ordeal to get there (and back). On top of that it seems photography would be a challenge as they won't let you use anything percieved as a 'professional camera',...
By: Basilfawlty1981 (2 months ago)
I have a Nikon D7100 which I use as my general go to camera for Butterflies, portraits and general photography. My general hobbies are candids when people aren't looking to get natural laughs and natural expressions. I have a pretty extensive prime lense line up, ever since I got an annual bonus while being posted in Japan and discovering the joy of scouring used lense shops. The APS-C gives me a bit of longer lense distance (field of view, etc.) and so I can stand a bit of a distance making...
Hi All, Please help with your suggestion on upgrading to full frame. I own d7000 and planning to upgrade to full frame. I am confused between d700 and d610. I am more of hobby photographer and was planning to get Tamron 70-20 f/2.8 v2 (which is fx mount) this then drive me to move to full frame. I know it can be used on a crop sensor as well. So I thought to get a used full frame. Not sure if d700 is still the better camera in the current time. My usage is minimal, slowly trying to get in...
By: noz03 (2 months ago)
Posted to: Pro Digital Talk
I am shooting quite a lot of interiors lately, although my widest lens is 18mm which is ok for most furnished places I feel like unfurnished properties need a bit wider. But would a 14mm (like the samyang 14mm 2.8) be wide enough? Especially in relatively smaller rooms? Or if not, what would a good affordable (under 300-400usd) wider lens be? I am usually shooting with a Nikon D610.
Hello there! Currently I have the d3200 with Nikon 85mm 1.8G, Nikon 50mm 1.8G and Sigma 17-50mm 2.8 and Nikon SB-700 flash. I am contemplating buying a new camera as I have already encountered the bottlenecks of my beloved d3200 (one of them being mainly focus in darker conditions but many times even in normal light). D7200 - I can get it for 670€ new. I wouldn't need to buy any new lenses. From what I have read, the focus and even low light capabilities are much better than what I currently...
I have a Vello Free Wave Wireless Shutter control that I use on my two full frame Nikons. a D610 and a D800. The D800 requires the Ten Pin Cable. When I attach it to the camera and turn on the camera, the shutter goes off on continuous before I even attach the wireless unit. The Vello devise works perfectly on the 610 with its respective cable.
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