Announced Aug 27, 2008 •
12 megapixels | 3″ screen | APS-C sensor
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I am having trouble with my A7-2 when I shoot trees. They don't register on screen nor in Elements with the highlights and focus detail I saw with naked eye. I never experienced this with my D90. I purchased a used A7-2 about five months ago and sent it back when I noticed these anomalies. The one I have now is a new one. I don't see any problems with pictures of houses, cars, people, etc.
Hi guys, Friend of mine ask me to make photo of his techno crew for flyer.The band is with 4 members.They wants black and white photo with cinema cache. This is the spot, that I liked As an equipment I have Nikon D90 with 18-105 lens, tripod and Fuji Xpro1, which I use primarly for street shots. What guideline you can give me? What focal lenght should I select to have good look of the faces and to keep more space at the backround? - because the designer of the flyer should have space ( i...
I have a D90 with 18-200mm VR2 lens and the combo has served me well for many years. Lately though all my photography has been in aid of prep shots for printmaking projects - I'm less interested in top quality shots than in the overall composition and content. In fact I use images from my phone camera more than the D90 as it is too difficult to carry the kit around with me. I was wondering about getting a smaller lens for the camera so I could carry it easier. I need something that is good in...
By: thygocanberra (1 month ago)
Hello Forum friends. I took a few photos at lunch time last week with the D90 + 18-105. The attached photos of the crow (Australian raven Corvus coronoides) all show a vertical band of haze on the right hand side. It seems to 'move' left to right in the sequence of shots. It was not evident in anything else I shot that day. Any ideas as to what it might be? My thought was that maybe I had a strand of the fence close to me in the shot but I can't recall (the crow is on the far side of a small...
Hi. I have a D90 and a few different lenses, the one I use the most is my 35mm f/1.8. My brother bought a Sony A6300 with a Sony 35/1.8 the other day. When it was fully charged and he tried it for the first time it was dark outside and we were in a room where the only light source was a computer monitor. He used the Auto mode and took a few pictures and they turned out surprisingly great and sharp with no noticeable grain. The auto mode had chosen f/2.0, around 6000 iso and a fast shutter. I...
I'd like to solicit some feedback regarding non-Nikon branded battery grips. I'm currently using a D90 with the Nikon battery grip. As you might be aware the Nikon grips are very expensive, and unlike lenses, for example, they do not seem to hold value long term. My primary purpose for a grip is balance my camera, especially when it is hanging around my neck from the strap--I usually have an SB-600 flash on board and that causes the camera to flip forward when used without a grip. I'm...
I currently have the Nikon F70. I am very pleased with the pictures I have taken with it. I am ready for a DSLR Nikon. I have read all the reviews off all the Nikon cameras. I am looking for a good camera that I will not need to upgrade from, for a while. I have read about the D90, D5200, D7000. I am so lost as to what to purchase. Can any one help me with this? Thanks Jeff
By: BertieMoo (2 months ago)
Posted to: Beginners Questions
hello all im getting a bit confused by white balance with grey cards. I understand how you use a grey card to meter exposure but I don't understand how you can set a white balance with a grey card or a white card. How does the camera know it's grey and not white ? If I use a white card to set wb how does the camera know it's not a grey card and change the colours the other way? If I use one card or the other should I tell the camera in some way? (I use a Nikon d90 btw). just to be clear...
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