Announced Feb 7, 2012 •
36 megapixels | 3.2″ screen | Full frame sensor
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By: LO Rivera (4 months ago)
Posted to: Nikon FX SLR (DF, D1-D5, D600-D800) Talk
I recently bought a D700 and fell completely head over heels. Until I got a battery grips for it, the camera wouldn't see the grip. Yes it was a Nikon branded MB-D10 with an EN EL3a battery, I tried rechargeable batteries and set the batteries in the camera, and I tried the grip with just the battery in the camera, nothing worked. The camera would not see the grip. I thought it was grip so I returned it and bought a new one. Same same troubleshooting and same result, the camera simply would...
Hi,I recently bought a Nikon D750. Had been using a D90 for 5 years before that and had faced the same issue before when I initially started shooting RAW.I remember downloading and installing some kind of windows codec for RAW support and it worked but it's not working for the D750 RAW files. I googled and found this -http://www.digitalcitizen.life/how-view-raw-pictures-windows-live-photo-gallery-and-fix-weird-errors Which ultimately leads to this...
By: NoFlappingMirrors (5 months ago)
Posted to: Nikon SLR Lens Talk
So I was about to sell my 35mm F2.0D Nikkor lens and we were trying it on the prospective buyer's F100 body where it would display an EE error and the DOF preview button would not work, upon investigation we discovered that the lens' plastic AI ridge was only about half the length it's supposed to be with the other half apparently broken off so it would not move the AI lever on the mount all the way, I bought this lens used couple of years ago and have been using it on a D800 body without a...
By: James Pezzella (5 months ago)
Posted to: Fujifilm X System / SLR Talk
I'm new to Fuji. I was lucky enough to get an X-T2 with a 10-24, and 18-55. I'm used to shooting with a single card on Nikon (current body D800), capturing RAW. I was intrigued by the ability to capture both RAW and JPG with the Fuji, but I'm not sure how useful that will be. In my first shot (click here ) , I capture both formats, but I imported (into LR CC 2015.7) only the RAW. I'd like some suggestions - what formats do you capture (and why) - and how do you incorporate them into your...
This happened about a year ago when I bought the Nikon D800. I have CF cards from my D3, so that was not a problem. But I didn't have the SD card yet. I had a 32 gb microSD from one of my laptop. The card was functioning fine, normal in the computer before this. In a rush to test if the camera's SD slot worked, I put the microSD to its adapter and inserted the card into the camera. I formatted the card with the camera and started to take some pictures writing both to the SD and CF slots. I...
By: Polacofede (6 months ago)
Posted to: Pentax SLR Talk
Hi! A colleague was quite impressed of night sky shots I took with my K3II. She is amazed of the astrotracer capabilities and really considering getting a Pentax K-1. She is aware of the AF capabilites, and she also owns a D500 for action photography and a D800 for landscapes. She is a very experienced photographer. So she told me that wants to renew the lansdcape equipment and was asking me about adding the K1, as I said was amazed about Astrotracer on K3II. She would want to be below 3k usd...
I have a question regarding the 'technique' required to get sharp photos with the 5d4. When the Nikon D800 came out with it's 36m sensor there was a lot of talk about pictures that were not as sharp as they should have been because of the high megapixel count and the user not having good technique-not being able to hold the camera still enough. Now with the 5d4 having 30m is anyone running into this problem?
By: James Pezzella (6 months ago)
Posted to: Fujifilm X System / SLR Talk
i'm looking for a kit to take with me while traveling. My current kit consists of 2 D800 bodies, a Nikon 24-70 f2.8 and the 70-200 f2.8 VRII. I also have a LUMIX FZ1000. I've decided on the Fuji xt2, but I'm stumped for lenses. I can take the easy way out and start off with the 18-55 f2.8-4, but I'm not sure if that's the best combo. As you can see from my equipment list I'm partial to fast zooms, but I wanted this new kit to be lighter for travel. I was thinking of getting a set of 3 fixed...
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