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Aug 22, 2019 08:07:32   #
jerryc41 wrote:
That's up to the manufacturer, but it's usually nothing revolutionary, although they could add extra features. Very often, updates correct problems. As mentioned above, an update could prevent you from using non-OEM items.

Aug 22, 2019 08:06:08   #
Jandjeby14 wrote:
For me cost is an important consideration.

My last purchase was a Tamron 18-400. Nikon does not have a lens with that range.


Aug 21, 2019 08:14:39   #
chrissybabe wrote:
Of course you are still meant to declare it on your tax return and submit the appropriate amount to your local state (unless NJ has no tax of course but that won't apply to most states). And we are all honest in this great country of yours

Aug 21, 2019 08:11:52   #
billnikon wrote:
Look at it this way. If your hand holding on solid ground, use NORMAL. If your on a boat, train, or car where your body is moving while you shoot, use SPORT.

That is what I do
Aug 21, 2019 08:10:34   #
whitehall wrote:
Just don't forget that once you imported your images, all further transfers must be done in LR’s left panel!

Aug 21, 2019 08:09:21   #
rmorrison1116 wrote:
You will get no better photos from a D500 than you will with your D7200. The D7200 is technically capable of better quality images. The D500 is a sturdier construction than the D7200, built to take more abuse, and it shoots faster than the D7200, up to 10 frames per second. So, if a few fps will enable you to shoot better photos then yes, the D500 will give you better images than the D7200. The reason I say this is I own both cameras and the advantages the D500 have over the D7200 do not included image quality. If you need a outdoor action and wildlife camera, something that will stand up to a rough hike or some less than ideal weather and can shoot up to 10 fps, under the right conditions, then the D500 is a great camera to have. If you already have a D7200 and don't need what the D500 has to offer, don't waste your money on a D500, get yourself a new lens.
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Aug 18, 2019 08:10:27   #
Gene51 wrote:
The "best" external MECHANICAL drive can be either a Toshiba or HGST Ultrastar - purchased as a bare drive. These are very robust drives rated for data center or enterprise use - and come with 5 yr warranties. You purchase a case that offers the fastest connection supported by your computer (Thunderbolt2, USB 3.0/3.1/C) and take the 90 secs it takes to install the drive in the case you will end up with something substantially better than the cheap pre-packaged, so called portable or external, consumer grade drives. If you open one of them you will find the mfgr's cheapest slowest drive inside. These represent a total waste of money.

If you are able to justify a much higher cost - an SSD drive is also a very good option, but don't think that because it is an SSD it will be much faster than the mechanical drive - it won't be because the speed is limited by the interface bottleneck.
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Aug 18, 2019 08:07:41   #
The best program is the one you can use
Aug 18, 2019 08:05:22   #
billnikon wrote:
I would call the tour company you have booked and ask their advice, they do it every day and they would have good information for you.

Aug 18, 2019 08:03:25   #
MT Shooter wrote:
A bird in the hand is worth more than a colony on Mars! (or something like that), rumors are called that for a reason!

Aug 17, 2019 08:27:50   #
Ron 717 wrote:
It’s your photo, do whatever you feel makes the photo appealing to you. You are the artist.

Aug 17, 2019 08:26:32   #
Gene51 wrote:
Yes. Love it. No issues encountered.

Me also
Aug 17, 2019 08:25:24   #
DWU2 wrote:
I think it's asking for trouble. As others have already said - format the card in camera - no other way.

Aug 16, 2019 12:04:19   #
via the lens wrote:
The Nikon PF lenses, which are fixed, if you can get one (I know, not a zoom, but a really good wildlife lens). I have a Nikon 200-500 and will be using it for Costa Rica wildlife shots at the end of the month. I've used it for a couple of years now, last year in Costa Rica, too. Nice lens, does a good job. Can be heavy. Best on a tripod but I've used it often hand-held, which works as long as you have a steady hand.

Aug 16, 2019 12:02:11   #
Silverrails wrote:
This is a "who Cares" moment, Each person has their own interests, hobbies, career, etc, in Life. As long as they enjoy what they do, and do not infringe on other's personal space, they are entitled to their own belief or opinion. So, all the "Gib & Gab of other individuals, is like "Dust in the Wind", gone in the Blink of an Eye. (My Opinion.)

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