Glad you came aboard now you are a Ugly Hedgehog.
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Before having a beer its not the camera that has camera shake it's me. :roll:
Hi NYjoe you bought a very nice camera match it up with a good lens talk to Anand on the forum he knows a lot about cameras and lens. good luck. :-D
Is the Yongnuo YN565EX Speedlite fully compatible with Canon 60D? Amazon list this Speedlite for the 50D. IT works on the 60D but I don't know enough about speedlites. Amazon shows the YN568EX for the 60D which cost more. I was wondering if I was missing out on something? Any information understanding this will be very helpful to me. Thank You. ;-)
Thanks Sharpshooter for the info. :-D
Where do you get a meter like that? I am looking for a simple light meter to use. Thank You. ;-)
Shooting videos at a group outing would a 35mm F2.8 lens be a good choice? I noticed there are 3 AF modes in the camera is there a mode you would choose? :?:
Yes the lens was bought new in 1990. with this lens on the D7000 will the camera meter the exposer? Thanks.
I have a question. In today's photography do I need a hand held light meter? If so could you give me some examples when I would use the meter. And what brand would you recommend. I was on Keh camera website looking at used meters. Thanks. :-D
A Nikon lens that is manual bought in 1990 has what type of mount? Will the lens fit on my Nikon D7000 without an adapter? Thank You. :-D
If you were looking for fast manual lenses for Nikon and Canon that are in very good condition and priced reasonable would you go to Keh camera or where? Thank You. :D
I like the 4th. and 9th. shot. :roll:
Can you tell the difference with a photo shot with film as opposed to one shot digital? I know some photographers still use film at times. Could we say film produces a better photo as far as image quality? :idea: