Page 21 of 22 FirstFirst ... 111619202122 LastLast
Results 401 to 420 of 424

Thread: D7000 Discussion Thread III

  1. #401

    Default Re: D7000 Discussion Thread III

    just to bad influence everyone to buy D7000. :-)

    using my d7000 + 85mm

    A gift to my gf of our 4th year anniv

    Focus on the flower


    Focus on the pendant

  2. #402

    Default Re: D7000 Discussion Thread III

    Anyone using the D7000 with the Tamron 28-75mm f/2.8?

    Any feedbacks?
    Last edited by afterzero; 31st January 2011 at 02:12 PM.

  3. #403

    Default Re: D7000 Discussion Thread III

    Sharp!! AF speed, ok.

  4. #404

    Default Re: D7000 Discussion Thread III

    Quote Originally Posted by shouyi View Post
    Sharp!! AF speed, ok.
    Mind sharing how is AF speed compared to kit lens and whether it hunts in low light? Interested in getting tamron 28-75 too.

  5. #405

    Default Re: D7000 Discussion Thread III

    Quote Originally Posted by k2entity View Post
    Mind sharing how is AF speed compared to kit lens and whether it hunts in low light? Interested in getting tamron 28-75 too.
    As long as you're not comparing with Nikkor fast lenses, you'll not be disappointed. AF-wise, definitely better than most kit lenses (can't say all unless I've used and compare them all - comparing with 18-55 and 55-200). I don't shoot in the dark, so can't tell you if it hunts in low light. Then again, our definition of low light can be quite different. What I can say is that I've no issue with AF merely relying on the light source from my 19" monitor.

  6. #406

    Default Re: D7000 Discussion Thread III

    Quote Originally Posted by shouyi View Post
    As long as you're not comparing with Nikkor fast lenses, you'll not be disappointed. AF-wise, definitely better than most kit lenses (can't say all unless I've used and compare them all - comparing with 18-55 and 55-200). I don't shoot in the dark, so can't tell you if it hunts in low light. Then again, our definition of low light can be quite different. What I can say is that I've no issue with AF merely relying on the light source from my 19" monitor.


    Hi there bro! Thanks for your help! Are you using it with the D7000? (I find it a dumb question since I am in the D7000 discussion thread. haha!)

    Do you mind sharing some sample photos?

  7. #407

    Default Re: D7000 Discussion Thread III

    Quote Originally Posted by shouyi View Post
    As long as you're not comparing with Nikkor fast lenses, you'll not be disappointed. AF-wise, definitely better than most kit lenses (can't say all unless I've used and compare them all - comparing with 18-55 and 55-200). I don't shoot in the dark, so can't tell you if it hunts in low light. Then again, our definition of low light can be quite different. What I can say is that I've no issue with AF merely relying on the light source from my 19" monitor.
    Thank for the helpful info! But I have the same question as afterzero - is it with the D7k?
    Last edited by k2entity; 1st February 2011 at 10:35 PM.

  8. #408

    Default Re: D7000 Discussion Thread III

    Quote Originally Posted by k2entity View Post
    Thank for the helpful info! But I have the same question as afterzero - is it with the D7k?
    Yes, the tammy is attached to my Nik D7K. Can someone advise me on posting photos? Thanks.

  9. #409

    Default Re: D7000 Discussion Thread III

    Quote Originally Posted by shouyi View Post
    Yes, the tammy is attached to my Nik D7K. Can someone advise me on posting photos? Thanks.
    I went down to Peninsula Plaza this evening and tried out the Tamron 28-75 with the D7K. Took around 10-15mins shooting around.

    First impressions:
    Build - It was surprisingly small and light. I actually feel that it will break off easily.
    AF - Surprisingly fast and accurate. But without the VR, I guess it takes some time getting used to. Considering that the light isnt as bright as daylight, it was pretty good.
    Sharpness - Shot in JPG, set sharpness to 4, according to LCD, it was sharp. (I shouldve brought my memory card with me)

    I'm really considering in getting this setup. (D7k+Tam28-85+Tok11-16).

    BTT, posting of images, i think you have to upload it in flickr. Once uploaded grab the html/bb code from "share this" button. --not quite sure though.. but you can try.

  10. #410

    Default Re: D7000 Discussion Thread III

    Quote Originally Posted by shouyi View Post
    Yes, the tammy is attached to my Nik D7K. Can someone advise me on posting photos? Thanks.
    Here's one guide: http://www.clubsnap.com/forums/showthread.php?t=94574
    There's another one for flickr but can't find it atm. But, you can use this: go to actions-> view all sizes->select size-> copy link under the download row ->click on insert image icon in post->paste link in between e tags.


    Quote Originally Posted by afterzero View Post
    I went down to Peninsula Plaza this evening and tried out the Tamron 28-75 with the D7K. Took around 10-15mins shooting around.

    First impressions:
    Build - It was surprisingly small and light. I actually feel that it will break off easily.
    AF - Surprisingly fast and accurate. But without the VR, I guess it takes some time getting used to. Considering that the light isnt as bright as daylight, it was pretty good.
    Sharpness - Shot in JPG, set sharpness to 4, according to LCD, it was sharp. (I shouldve brought my memory card with me)

    I'm really considering in getting this setup. (D7k+Tam28-85+Tok11-16).

    BTT, posting of images, i think you have to upload it in flickr. Once uploaded grab the html/bb code from "share this" button. --not quite sure though.. but you can try.
    Nice detailed review you have there. Looks like a good lens to get.
    Last edited by k2entity; 2nd February 2011 at 01:28 AM.

  11. #411

    Default Re: D7000 Discussion Thread III

    Hey boys & gals,
    You may have seen this ad or no. Quite epic i have to say, though it may appeal more to the ladies

    Video Missing
    For japanese market

  12. #412

    Default Re: D7000 Discussion Thread III

    Hi guys, I've been using my D7000 a lot the past few days, but I notice that I keep getting dust on my sensor.

    Any advice on what not to do when cleaning the sensor, and what I should do?

    Thank you.
    Flickr |Nikon D7000|

  13. #413

    Default Re: D7000 Discussion Thread III

    Quote Originally Posted by COBALT View Post
    Hey boys & gals,
    You may have seen this ad or no. Quite epic i have to say, though it may appeal more to the ladies

    Video Missing
    For japanese market
    although it's abit meaningless....it's alot better than the one shown here. make guys want to buy that D7000.

  14. #414

    Default Re: D7000 Discussion Thread III

    Quote Originally Posted by Pyxis View Post
    Hi guys, I've been using my D7000 a lot the past few days, but I notice that I keep getting dust on my sensor.

    Any advice on what not to do when cleaning the sensor, and what I should do?

    Thank you.
    just use the blower to blow them off. if can't, and if ur photos are fine, just leave them. else u can always visit NSC but with a service charge if i'm not wrong.

  15. #415

    Default Re: D7000 Discussion Thread III

    Quote Originally Posted by hohobaba View Post
    Hi guys sorry to interrupt your discussion, i am in the market for a new camera, and i got my sights on d7000. So when i pass by shops selling cameras i usually ask for a quote.

    So last night i went to a camera shop opposite mustafa and they quoted 1850 for d7000 kit.
    Isit too good to be true? Given almost every other shop quoted $2k or above. My dad told me better not buy from the shop as it may have some defect or another.

    Can i ask you guys' opinion?

    cheers
    Is it a local set? Does it have local warranty? Does it include 18-105 lens? Does it include all standard accessories like charger, battery etc.

    Nikon doesnt really allow dealers to undercut market price by so much, so sounds a little fishy to me
    D7000. AF-S 18-105

  16. #416

    Default Re: D7000 Discussion Thread III

    Quote Originally Posted by baggiolee View Post
    just use the blower to blow them off. if can't, and if ur photos are fine, just leave them. else u can always visit NSC but with a service charge if i'm not wrong.
    Issit it possible to map it out in camera? I know my previous canon had a 'dust delete data' or something function
    D7000. AF-S 18-105

  17. #417

    Default Re: D7000 Discussion Thread III

    Quote Originally Posted by qwerty628 View Post
    Issit it possible to map it out in camera? I know my previous canon had a 'dust delete data' or something function
    errr....u mean sensor cleaning? yes...that's a function in D7000 but not very effective.

  18. #418

    Default Re: D7000 Discussion Thread III

    Quote Originally Posted by shouyi View Post
    Yes, the tammy is attached to my Nik D7K. Can someone advise me on posting photos? Thanks.
    For those who had asked, pls see the link.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/21742435@N03/

    Sharing only 'non-private' shots. Check out D7000_DSA_0443 - zoom in to observe the material of the bags.

    I need to qualify that I take mainly indoor shots without flash guns. Thus, the ISO and inevitably noise. Details (resolution) is there nonetheless.

  19. #419

    Default Re: D7000 Discussion Thread III

    Quote Originally Posted by qwerty628 View Post
    Is it a local set? Does it have local warranty? Does it include 18-105 lens? Does it include all standard accessories like charger, battery etc.

    Nikon doesnt really allow dealers to undercut market price by so much, so sounds a little fishy to me
    Thanks Qwerty, the guy said its a kit, everything in the box that comes with the box, but dint elaborate on local set or not. Sounds abit fishy to me too, thats why i exited quickly, looks like ill get from a proper dealer instead.

    Cheers

  20. #420

    Default Re: D7000 Discussion Thread III

    Quote Originally Posted by shouyi View Post
    For those who had asked, pls see the link.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/21742435@N03/

    Sharing only 'non-private' shots. Check out D7000_DSA_0443 - zoom in to observe the material of the bags.

    I need to qualify that I take mainly indoor shots without flash guns. Thus, the ISO and inevitably noise. Details (resolution) is there nonetheless.
    Thanks for sharing! It looks to be a great value on the D7k for it's cost compared to pricier alternatives.

Page 21 of 22 FirstFirst ... 111619202122 LastLast

Bookmarks

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •