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Astonishingly Simple Secrets To Transform Your Smartphone Into A High-Quality DSLR
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Sep 19, 2018 15:06:49   #
Who can forget the 3 Stooges. Larry, Curly, and Moe. As for Field Goal Kickers, and the Extra Point. I have seen disasters in both college and pro football games. They never get their uniforms dirty. I remember the Buffalo Bills, who went to 4 straight Superbowls. Only to lose one of the 4, by a simple missed Field Goal. Buffalo has never returned to a Superbowl, after losing 4 in a row. Wow!
 
Astonishingly Simple Secrets To Transform Your Smartphone Into A High-Quality DSLR
Capture jaw-dropping gorgeous photos that blow away your friends -- guaranteed!
Sep 15, 2018 10:03:41   #
You tipped over in your Kayak for the very first time. I remember tipping over in a canoe with a friend, as a teenager. Although the two of us could swim, it was not a good experience. The Canon SX50 is discontinued, however, you should be able to find a refurbished or used one at a good price. Good luck.
Sep 6, 2018 07:39:03   #
You can get 8fps on the Nikon D7500. And it also has a superior processor. It does not have dual SD card slots as the D7200. To many, that is a requirement. Not especially for me. Pros love the dual SD card slots. Most photographers can get by with a single SD card slot. Just because the D7200 has dual SD slots, does not necessarily make it a better camera than the D7500.
Sep 1, 2018 10:56:32   #
cyberbo60 wrote:
I shot this and got up and cut the top of his helmet. if I raised the lens up then I would be very happy.. Thoughts??


I counted 7 players on this photo. Action sports photos can be somewhat difficult. The main action is on the tackle implemented. You got that. If this was an individual portrait, then chopping off heads would not be permissible. I like the photo. Next time you'll do better. Because of this photo. Keep practicing.
Aug 27, 2018 10:29:08   #
Howard5252 wrote:
Regarding the "D"
https://www.nikonusa.com/en/learn-and-explore/a/tips-and-techniques/how-to-read-your-nikkor-lens-barrel.html
The letter "D" is mentioned after the fourth lens photo. I post this with no comment one way or the other, purely as info about the letter "D".


This article states that the all recent Nikon lenses have distance encoders. The "D" designation, supposedly indicated "Distance" from my understanding, and was replaced by the "G" lens. I almost purchased a used Nikon 85mm f1.8 "D" lens, but decided that if I got a 85mm lens, I would prefer it to be a refurbished or used Nikon 85mm f1.8G. They were selling brand new from B&H with a $50 discount from $476 not long ago. Probably never again at that price for Brand New. A one time offer that was?
Aug 21, 2018 18:02:13   #
I paid $400 for one pair of eye glasses made of plastic lenses. The Optometrist told me they were of high quality scratch resistant plastic. That price was for frame and lenses. Way overpriced, IMO. There has been much debate as to whether or not to use protection filters on your camera lenses. However, the glass on your lens is actually harder than the protective filter glass. But, I still use one anyway. The common accidental nose dive on concrete, that happens sometimes, with your camera and lens mounted on a tripod, can still cause damage to your glass lens.
 
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Aug 20, 2018 12:08:09   #
And the beat goes on. Film vs Digital, RAW vs JPEG. Mirrorless vs FF DSLRs, etc etc. It makes for good lengthy inputs continuously. 8 pages already on this topic. Yes, I understand everyone doesn't see previous topics posted. But, those who do. Say, "not again."
Aug 17, 2018 18:42:52   #
Nice colorful shot. I remember Elvis's death announcement very well. I had just left a convenience store, turned on my newly installed car AM-FM-Cassette radio. Your photo was still in the film era in 1977, so a good shot taken in film was normal, unless you used a Polaroid film camera. Elvis was indeed the King of Rock n Roll. He died on August 16, 1977. Aretha Franklin died on that day too. Strange, two great singers die on the same day. Zeiss lens and a Hasselblad camera, do make an excellent combination.
Aug 16, 2018 14:43:18   #
That's the advantage the D7000 series DSLRs has over the D3000 and D5000 series DSLRs. They don't have the internal focus motor. However, you can overcome that by purchasing AF-S or AF-P lenses. The D3300 will accept AF-P lenses with a firmware update. But, now you own the D7500, and you can use AF-S lenses, and other Nikon lenses as well. Great.
Aug 16, 2018 11:24:27   #
Elvis Presley is coined as the King of Rock n Roll, James Brown is coined as the Godfather of Soul. Michael Jackson the King of Pop, and Aretha Franklin, the Queen of Soul. None can be debated. IMO. The State of Michigan proclaimed the voice of Aretha Franklin as as a Natural Resource. She's the only singer that I have heard sing every verse of America's National Anthem, "The Star's Spangled Banner." Rest in Peace Aretha. You didn't need Respect, you were Respected. Six decades worth of it. You will be missed. She was also a great arranger of mixing song with piano. She learned to play piano on her own.
Aug 15, 2018 21:26:01   #
B&H Photo advertised a couple of months or so ago, that the full frame, Sony a7iii was its best selling full frame camera. And not just mirrorless. All full frame cameras. The price tag of this camera is $2000. A bargain IMO. Sony also fixed its battery drain problem by introducing a new replacement battery for the a7r3, a9, and a7iii. I'm not surprised at all about the popularity of Sony's mirrorless cameras. And Sony is about to release its new crop sensor mirrorless camera. The a6700.
 
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Aug 15, 2018 20:45:53   #
You should have bought the D3300 instead of the D3200. Both cameras have been discontinued. Also, it is a better performer. You can also get a firmware for the D3300 to use Nikon AF-P lenses. I don't think the D3200 has that capability? The 24 megapixels crop sensor Nikon D3300, is a better DSLR than its successor, the D3400. But, I'm certain that a skilled photographer, could do wonders with your D3200. As any other DSLR. You may need to practice, until you have that camera's features understood. The ones important to you.
Aug 15, 2018 09:37:18   #
Piltdown1952 wrote:
"Some winners have been women." Are you kidding me?


Not only have they been photo contests winners with Smartphones. The Official White House Photographer is a woman. She uses a full frame Canon camera, and travels extensively with the President on Air Force One. She is the second woman to hold that WH title.
Aug 15, 2018 08:31:59   #
I keep all my boxes. And the small accessories that are inside the boxes. Including the instructions. You won't be able to stuff boxes inside of each, if you have the protective styrofoams that are fitted on the sides of the cameras. I only own a Nikon DX DSLR, a Nikon Bridge, and a Sony pocket camera. So, three boxes don't take up a lot of space. A camera sells best with an undamaged box. It's like detailing your car before selling it. Appearance is a selling point.
Aug 14, 2018 17:57:06   #
I have read where some grand prize winners of photo contests have been taken by a smartphone. And some winners have been women who aren't even professional photographers. You could say being at the right place at the right time is beneficial. Nothing wrong with that either.
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