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Feb 18, 2017 11:19:48   #
BobHartung wrote:
Look back at your shooting history. Do you use the short focal lengths or the longer (nearer 200mm) lengths the most.

You should look at the Nikon 28-120 (that could be a 24-120) f/4 lens. This is a great lens with no where near the weight of the 70-120. You give up one stop but that is not usually a problem. Coupled with a 1.4x tele extender gives you even more overall coverage.

Something to think about.


Cannot use Nikon TC's on 24-120 lens
 
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Feb 18, 2017 11:17:01   #
BobHartung wrote:
Look back at your shooting history. Do you use the short focal lengths or the longer (nearer 200mm) lengths the most.

You should look at the Nikon 28-120 (that could be a 24-120) f/4 lens. This is a great lens with no where near the weight of the 70-120. You give up one stop but that is not usually a problem. Coupled with a 1.4x tele extender gives you even
more overall coverage.

Cannot use Nikon TC's on Nikkor 24-120 lens.

Something to think about.
Feb 14, 2017 13:28:58   #
bcbearcatunting wrote:
Thank you, everyone, for your interest, input and time. My focus on a 2.8 was to use TC's for more reach, effectively carrying more reach with nothing more to tote than a small TC. I've too many lenses in my bag as it is, with more still in the cabinet. Trying to pare down the inventory. I do use wides and ultra-wides mostly for landscapes, waterfalls, etc, but also reach out now and then in other situations. I've found that many times as I await a better sun angle or some movement of clouds, there are other things happening around. Birds or other wildlife. Shooting something blooming and wanting to melt the background away, shoot a portrait shot of my wife or one of my daughters, so on and so forth. I always found the old Ai 300 2.8 useful and fun, though a beast to carry. I no longer desire to tote that load and fiddle with manual focus 100% of the time. Did a bunch of years with a Nikkormat and an F3 and back then it was automatic to me. I've been spoiled now with really good AF lenses and zooms.
Again, thank you all. And I'm no closer to making up my mind now than I was before.
Thank you, everyone, for your interest, input and ... (show quote)


TC's work on the 300 f4.
Feb 12, 2017 15:00:30   #
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Feb 8, 2017 13:00:40   #
CatMarley wrote:
I am beginning to understand why this country's politics are so messed up these days - if something so simple as a lens can become so complicated on a forum like this!


Incredible, isn't it?
Jan 17, 2017 12:06:13   #
vicksart wrote:
At f/2.8, the shutter speed was 1/8,000. That's enough to stop something...maybe I should try my hummingbirds...hmmm. I need to focus on watching more tutorials and playing with different tools on the editing software instead of reading novels or watching mind-numbing TV sitcoms.


It looks like focus is the issue. Sharp fence?
 
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Jan 12, 2017 22:43:06   #
Kmgw9v wrote:
An armature is the rotating spindle in an engine.


In a motor, not an engine.
Jan 6, 2017 22:25:06   #
imp by mike wrote:
One more non-blue for y'all.


She is always standing on her head. I want to turn the picture upside down to see it.
Jan 6, 2017 22:09:48   #
Carolina Wings wrote:
Thought I would go out and hunt a Hawk to shoot...and I was fortunate enough to find one that was willing to pose for me


Beautiful, but I would have liked to be able to download them for a closer look.
Jan 6, 2017 21:41:37   #
Siena wrote:
Hi All,

I have a lot of slides that I want to convert to digital images. I'm turning to you friends for recommendations as there are so many places that offer this service. You can understand that I'm nervous about shipping irreplaceable slides off to an unknown company. I'd like to do it as reasonably as possible, but of course reputation and quality are primo.

Thanks in advance!


I love the Nikon Coolscan 5000. That with a slide feeder (separate) will do great with Viewscan software. http://www.ebay.com/itm/Nikon-Super-Coolscan-5000-ED-Film-Scanner-4000-dpi-LS-LATE-PRODUCTION-model-/302187504212?hash=item465bc76254:g:zeMAAOSwcUBYT1TG
Jan 1, 2017 12:58:20   #
sleepydrdr wrote:
We were coming home from the store and noticed this guy in a tree near our front yard. It is a dreary day, but I ran in and got the camera and got a couple of shots before he flew away.

Nikon D810 with Nikkor 200-500 hand held


Always take your camera with you . . . always!
 
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Jan 1, 2017 00:59:53   #
kevinfairley wrote:
Australia's East Coast


Great possibilities with number 8.
Dec 31, 2016 13:08:14   #
choiahn wrote:
I need some help from your experiences. I recently received a new camera from BH Photo. This is my first order from online. Is the Nikon box for new camera with kit lens SEALED or not? Thanks for sharing your experience in afvance.


Nikon boxes are not sealed!
Dec 21, 2016 12:37:13   #
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Dec 13, 2016 17:44:51   #
Szalajj wrote:
The Canon shutter counts roll over every time they hit 9,999.

On a camera that old, it is likely that the shutter count has rolled over several times, especially if there is an _ within the image number!

I've only had my Rebel T5 for just under 2 years, and I've rolled the shutter count over at least twice in that time!


The shutter count does not roll over! The file number rolls over.
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