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Discussion in 'Picture gallery' started by Fube, Dec 20, 2007.
I thought these were alright, though I don't have the greatest camera in the world.
Post the communcations battle and we'll just come up with a new theme now..
fair enough, the reason i mentioned d70 is because its more in the price range of a d40
two people just responded to my ad to sell my d60 for $300
d90~here i come =D
Is a good neutral density filter worth the money?
Doesn't the D3100 lack an AF motor? Why bother upgrading a D40 to another entry level DSLR?
well I'm still looking and I found an Olympus e 10 on CL for like $125 it was a pro level camera in its time but only has 3 mega pixels im gonna look on ebay and see what I can find in an older camera for under $200...just sold some wheels on CL so I have a little to play with.
I don't care about the focus motor. Not having one has never bothered me. "Entry level" is a little subjective. People that use D3x's will refer to a D700's as 'entry level.' If it's better than the D5000, and about the same as a D90 (Minus the motor and actually AFs in movie mode) then it's more than enough of an upgrade for what I need it for. Provided it's not shit at high ISOs, which is my biggest concern, since I do most of my shooting in the evening.
Case in point, I don't need or really ever want a full frame camera.
Finally had a reason to use my 70-300mm. I knew I'd want it for something eventually.
Haha, nice flick
How far away were you from the subject?
omg A.K. that minolta is so sexy!
I would love to have the D3100 but I'm saving up for a D3p or D3s (oh gawwwwd, jiss).
Ehh...12-18 feet or so.
nice shot then, lens?
70-300mm f.4-5, at 300mm. handheld, too. I rarely use that lens because it's so slow.
ah. cool. I spread peanut butter on meh trees to attract woodpeckers and other birds but they all are hating on me, they never come haha.
your saving for a d3s?
the D3P is an april fools joke by ken rockwell... it doesn't exist. Look at the PC and microphone buttons on the D3P part of kens site... they are just copy and pasted.
the article went up on 1st of april.
He's a funny guy.
at first i thought you cant be serious 26 grand for a used camera body only.
I just found a reason to pursue photography professionally.
money =money and scared money dont make none
alternately this is another one I found...the more research i did I found that i like what it has to offer .(if it works)
Wow, thats fucking sneaky and funny as hell. Should I just save for the D3?
Im not going to move, I'm going to college and Im going to be taking photography classes and business classes so I will know how to run my photo bizz. YAR!
The D3P being fake should have been a little obvious by the following;
An amateur feature Nikon has taken away from the D3P to help professional journalists is the old tripod socket.
Old timers remember these from the days of film, but occasionally they can cause problems crossing international borders.
Tripod sockets can collect dirt or even bugs, which causes real problems with agricultural inspections. As we who travel know, transporting soil or anything alive across borders freaks out customs officials for the potential to transport plant and animal diseases.
Sup dudes, I'm selling my Canon 24 - 105 f/4 L series lens. I'm gonna list it on eBay and then post the link here. However if anyone here is interested let me know and I'll end the auction
Dude... You're on a buying spree, you just got a camera. So work your way around it and get used to the settings/shooting some film. When you want to move on to a DSLR take the time to DO SOME RESEARCH. Go into a store and hold the cameras, see how they feel. UNDERSTAND what you're getting. Don't just read the specs and megapixels...
eBay is good, if you know what you're after and how to/you're going to use it.
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Boreeeed. Might take a real portrait soon and light it properly.
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