I understand that the new Nikon D700 is an updated model of the D300 that was released in 2007, however the specs and capabilities of the two camera's are similar though complaringly different. I have found that there are few differences between the two nikon's such as the D700 has less...
I currently have a Nikon N80 35mm
would it be beneficial for me to upgrade to a f100 or an f5? (mc-36 remote as well, just a variable to my choice)
i was thinking about going classic withe the F3, but the F3 cannot function with the 105 F/2.8 VR lens...
I need opinions por favor.
There is a Kodak V530, that has been dropped. though I have little knowledge with what exactly happened to the thing besides it was dropped...\
would anyone care to either tell me how the lens is mounted to that body and/or providing a scamatic of the camera and how everything is put...
the last time I went out shooting, I noticed that the af-s system and internal focus was making a squeek noise whenever af-s was on and in motion... it was cold during this time therefore I figured it was the cold doing it, however I tried it earlier this morning and the samething happend; temp...
Am I obsessed with what I do and how I spend my money?
Dropping mad-cash for equipment?
Wanting/Needing more things to complete a desired quantity?
What you have just isn't enough?
I have a problem.
We need to continue this meeting...
more than likely I would assume that the universities and what not, would like a glossy photo of the person in question.
however due to the finger print issue... it very well maybe better to have it printed as matte?!
depending on the positive print, if it were glossy what would the best way...
I would imagine that two(2) R2 filters on one lens shooting with B&W ISO100 film, normal day, would it intensify the sky even more almost a dark blue to black tent... however my hypothesis could be wrong. has anyone every experimented with this?
debating on which lens I should buy, though only a few characteristics are defferent from the lenses.
A 105mm F/2.0 AF DC (Defocus Control)
a 105mm f/2.8 ED-IF AFS VR (Vibration Reduction)