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Apr 14, 2019 09:46:52   #
I use ISO AUTO in manual mode with a ceiling of ISO 4000 with my D500/Tamron 150-600mm G2 and have been extremely happy with the results for over 2 years now! I can manually change either the aperture or the shutter speed on the fly if necessary for widely varying lighting conditions! Any "noise" I may encounter up to ISO 4000 is easily dealt with in post-processing in Photoshop CC with "DENOISE" by Topaz Labs. This Camera has amazing elasticity for virtually ALL subjects!
 
Mar 26, 2019 08:12:50   #
DITTO on Steve Perry, and his http://www.backcountrygallery.com !..Absolute awesome TUTS and Videos!!
Mar 26, 2019 08:06:29   #
Yor D7100 is a GREAT one, but loses out for not having much of a buffer, ie, You could easily lose a shot while of a fast moving subject on a burst , which was rectified with the now seriously dropped in price D7200.. I've seen US model pricing in the $700-800 range.. That would be a better camera to begin with for a relatively low investment.. BTW, I also chose the Tamron 150-600mm G2 over the Nikon due to it's lightness, and and it's extended Zoom range at the same cost as the Nikon..I've now had this Tamron for over 2 years in conjunction with a Nikon D500 purchased at the same time, and I'm still thrilled with my results with that Tamron!!
Mar 26, 2019 08:05:04   #
Yor D7100 is a GREAT one, but loses out for not having much of a bufferie, You could easily lose a shot while of a fast moving subject on a burst , which was rectified with the now seriously dropped in price D7200.. I've seen US model pricing in the $700-800 range.. That would be a better camera to begin with for a relatively low investment.. BTW, I also chose the Tamron 150-600mm G2 over the Nikon due to it's lightness, and and it's extended Zoom range at the same cost as the Nikon..I've now had this Tamron for over to years in conjunction with a Nikon D500 purchased at the same time, and I'm still thrilled with my results with that Tamron!!
Mar 23, 2019 09:42:35   #
The D7200 is a super bargain for a GREAT camera for around $700 for the USA mode!..Just buy it and don't look back!..You'll be happy for a long time, and it will work with most all Nikon f mount lenses!!
Mar 19, 2019 08:01:19   #
I've been using the Movo Photo GH700 for over 2 years!..At than $100 USD Works fine with my D500/Tamron 150-600mm G2..NO issues!!
 
Mar 15, 2019 12:43:40   #
I have the SAME camera/lens set-up as you, and I just ordered this from AMAZON:
Pixel TW-283/DC0 Wireless Shutter Release Timer Remote Control for Nikon DSLR Digital Camera D800 Series D810 Series 1D Series 2D Series 300series D700 D500 D200 D4 D5 N90s F5 F6 F100 F90 F90X D3s for like $35 USD..Only cost me $19 with amazon points. USPS tacking has it arriving to me tomorrow!
Mar 14, 2019 06:42:24   #
Get a Nikon D7200 and don't look back! VERY highly rated, and now less than $700. Get one, and you will thank everyone who recommended it..Also this will work with most Nikon lens
es ever made..The D5000 series, although a good camera, will not!
Mar 6, 2019 10:18:17   #
Excellent combination!!.. I bought them together 2 years ago. Th FF (full-frame) factor, effectively turns this lens into a 225mm to 900mm zoom!!..You'll LOVE IT!!..AND, personally think the D500 is the best choice of a crop-sensor slr that you can buy today for wildlife, sports and air-shows to name a few in combination
with this "affordable Tamron!!
Mar 6, 2019 10:10:24   #
I purchased a HUION H640P over 2 years ago to replace a "dead" 10 year old WACOM used for editing in Photoshop CC, and have had no issues!!..I paid less than $50 for the HUION, and a similar WACOM was over $100 USD..Works extremely well for "tight" editing, and is battery-less. Has buttons for which you may customize functions..Well worth the money!!
Mar 6, 2019 06:52:27   #
I shoot mostly wildlife with a Nikon D500 and a Tamron 150-600mm G2, an 95% of my shooting is done in MANUAL mode , with ISO AUTO setting a ceiling of ISO 3200, and an aperture of F6.3 to F8 depending upon the conditions. The VC on my lens is ALWAYS set at #3, and I shoot using back-button focus..All of the above settings are used on and off of a gimbal headed tripod..As long as I keep an eye on my viewfinder, I can adjust any of those parameters that do not fall within the histogram in my viewfinder, and can very quickly make a correction if necessary..I've been using this above set up for over 2 years with many "keepers" along the way..It works very well for me..GREAT credit goes the the video teachings put out by Steve Perry of backcountrygallery.com !!
 
Mar 6, 2019 06:50:45   #
I shoot mostly wildlife with a Nikon D500 and a Tamron 150-600mm G2, an 95% of my shooting is done in MANUAL mode , with ISO AUTO setting a ceiling of ISO 3200, and an aperture of F6.3 to F8 depending upon the conditions. The VC on my lens is ALWAYS set at #3, and I shoot using back-button focus..All of the above settings are used on and off of a gimbal headed tripod..As long as I keep an eye on my viewfinder, I can adjust any of those parameters that do not fall within the histogram in my viewfinder, and can very quickly make a correction if necessary..I've been using this above set up for over 2 years with many "keepers" along the way..It works very well for me..GREAT credit goes the the video teachings put out by Steve Perry of backcountrygallery.com !!
Mar 1, 2019 08:31:41   #
The price has seriously dropped on the D7200..around $ 700-800 for usa model!.. I say go for it..Its a quantum leap from the D7000 which I owned!!
Feb 27, 2019 10:12:25   #
Vivesa uses color and contrast, to lighten/darken/more contrast/less contrast brighten or darken all on a specific area that you've placed a "dot". Somewhat magically at times it does it's "thing" !
Feb 27, 2019 08:15:59   #
I use the NIK "VIVESA" app to do just what you are attempting to do.. As a plug-in to Photoshop it does the job in about 10 seconds!!
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