Announced Aug 27, 2008 •
12 megapixels | 3″ screen | APS-C sensor
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Hey there, the most important reason I just got an X-E3 was, that I rarely took my D90 with that 18-105mm lens with me since it was so cumbersome. The plan with the Fuji was to have it with me 90% of the time whenever I leave the house. Currently I'm not often going out specifically to shoot, so this would increase the times I might snap some shots significantly. I found a few threads regarding bags and packs but they revolve mostly about the best equipment to go out primarily to take...
By: Johndeny (1 week ago)
Posted to: Open Talk
Just a quick one - Flash focal range set up when shooting remotely Imagine I am 10 m away from the subject and the flash is 1 or 2 m away from the subject on a tripod do I put 28mm, 85mm Is it influenced by the lens I am using or the distance? ... When my SB700 is on my Nikon D90, it is doing it automatically, but...
By: SteveFranklin (3 weeks ago)
Posted to: Portrait and People Photography
So I hired a D750, 24-70 70-200 2.8 and a 100 micro in Sydney for my wedding in Cairns. I'm an experienced photographer, done a few weddings but I'm not a pro. I hired it on a Saturday, six before to familiarise myself with the lenses and camera. Total cost $800 ish Long story short, literally 10 frames into the wedding day, I get Error on LCD, I have to clear a frame and then camera works continuously until it sits for more than 30 seconds, then I have to clear frame. I've photographed...
Looking to buy a second camera and don't want to spend too much. I already have a D750. DX is fine as my FX lenses will work with it...and it would be nice to use alongside my 750 to get a different view.What suggestions does everyone have? Want good image quality - that's a must - don't care about WiFi, GPS etc. Needs to have a good buffer for continuous shooting. Will consider just about any Nikon so long as the price isn't too high!
I currently have a Nikon D90 and it has travelled all around the world with me but I have found that the 12M Pix is letting some of my better shots down. I originally looked at a D610 but I am now looking at a D750. I currently have DX lenses 18-55 and 50-200 and a couple of generic lenses. What is the general thoughts for this upgrade and should I buy a 24-88 f/3.5-4.5G ED VR as its standard lens and keep the D90 with the larger telephoto lenses ?
I was just listening to a well known photographer doing a lecture on camera basics.... it was said that because the camera used was a very high resolution camera with so much information in the picture, an aperture of f5.6 is the same as f2.8 on any other camera with less resolution/less information..... This sounded strange to me..... is this actually so? It doesn't seem likely to me that the focus plane changes because of the amount of information the camera can take? Or am I not...
Hi, We're heading to Iceland in November and we're hoping get some shots of the Aurora. We own a new Panasonic G85 with the 12-60 kit zoom and an older Nikon D90 with the 18-105 kit zoom. We're wondering if to take the D90 with us or leave it at home. Iceland is part of a longer European holiday so we don't want to lug it around unless there's a good reason. The D90 is 12M APS-C, the G85 is 16M m4/3. For photographing the Aurora, do you think the D90 with its larger pixels but older...
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