Announced Aug 27, 2008 •
12 megapixels | 3″ screen | APS-C sensor
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I am a pixel peeper, that has grown up with Nikon (D70, D90, D7000, and now a D7500), and I have focus problems/questions. Q1. Since getting the D7500 and a Nikkor 17-55mm 2.8/G lens, I can't consistently nail the "eyes are in focus with a shallow depth of field". Again-- consistently. I have tried calibrating the focus of this lens, but it's a zoom lens! If I calibrate wide vs calibrating tight, the camera gives me different adjustment values! Q2. I normally use Continuous 3D focus, Single...
(Not sure if this request belongs here or in "Buying Advice") I just returned from 3 days at a high end hotel (business trip w/ my husband) in Florida. The hotel was undergoing complete renovation and due to a run-in with a painting project just outside my room door, my beloved old D90 was knocked to the concrete floor. The only visible exterior damage is a broken chip of plastic on the bottom, which formerly held the battery door closed, but the jolt also knocked the memory card out of its...
By: Johndeny (1 month ago)
Posted to: Open Talk
I dropped my camera from around 30-40 cm and it fell on a thick carpeted floor (hotel style). The extreme left side of the lenses hit the floor. Body D90 lenses 10-24 ... No apparent damage outside/ no funny sounds when shaking/ still focuses and takes pictures normally ... Do you think I should be worried?
So I am a total beginer with that... and I was planning start thinging of how to build a small studio And I was advised that Interfit S1 Twin Head Kit is cheap and good But then, I saw this thing appearing - the new rotolights Do you think I should invest in it rather than in the traditional stuff .. I still have a Nikon D90, planning in buying a D500 ... And yes, I do not have a lot of money. P.S Currently I have only a SB700 which I put on a stand with a Roug Flash bender
Thinking about getting one of these lenses. I have a D3300 and a D90 (which I still like though it is old tech now). I also have a 55-300 (picked up cheap) and the AF hunting is annoying. Before I got that I had been planning for the Tamron 70-300 VC Reviews for the new 70-300 AF-P DX VR lens seem good, it is light (415g) and apparently sharp and very fast AF. But it will only work on the D3300. The Tamron is similar to the (non-AFP) FX Nikon 70-300 VR. I read Thom Hogan recommend the AF-P DX...
Hi; does anyone know of an adapter that will allow me to use my Canon A1 lenses on my Nikon D90 body? The reason is simple- I have the Canon lenses already (up to 1000 mm focal length) and don't want to buy new stuff. No automatic features are necessary. Thanks Harris Tweed <firstname.lastname@example.org>
By: RolandM (3 months ago)
Posted to: Nikon DX SLR (D40-D90, D3000-D7500) Talk
Hi, I wonder if someone already came across a similar problem: I did some focus stacking with my D90, using a Metz 52 as a slave flash. Manual metering, flash set to Rear mode and TTL. Now the strange thing is: Every second shot is about 1 stop brighter. No. 3 is the same like no. 1, no. 4 is brighter, and so on. No exposure bracketing is set on the camera. Time between two shots is about the same, so the flash has suffcient time to reload. Any ideas? I checked all camera and flash settings...
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