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    Quote Originally Posted by SAMUELS

    not sure if it will help you, my little trick is to press the OK button, and then the focus point flies right smack into the centre, and from there i move to where i need it to be.
    I never remembered to do that. I still end up spamming that dial in the end haha

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    Hi all,

    Am a relatively new user of D7k, about 3weeks thus far.
    Have tried the camera quite a fair bit with my 35mm f1.8. I've got to say, I'm not terribly happy with the results.
    1) In bright daylight, I have under exposed shots and have to compensate for exposure up to +3 at times
    e.g. At 1/1250 and f2.2, I still have to compensate quite a fair bit
    This wasn't the case with my D5000

    2) Focusing seems to be an issue too. Either the subject turns up soft, or at most times, the subject is not sharp but sthg else is.

    Just wanted to check if anyone had any issues here, as I've checked through this thread & the Nikon forum, but seemingly not finding others with these issues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hisstory View Post
    Hi all,

    Am a relatively new user of D7k, about 3weeks thus far.
    Have tried the camera quite a fair bit with my 35mm f1.8. I've got to say, I'm not terribly happy with the results.
    1) In bright daylight, I have under exposed shots and have to compensate for exposure up to +3 at times
    e.g. At 1/1250 and f2.2, I still have to compensate quite a fair bit
    This wasn't the case with my D5000

    2) Focusing seems to be an issue too. Either the subject turns up soft, or at most times, the subject is not sharp but sthg else is.

    Just wanted to check if anyone had any issues here, as I've checked through this thread & the Nikon forum, but seemingly not finding others with these issues.

    post a problem pic wiht exif information pl.
    D700 - 24-70mm F2.8 ED - 105mm VR2 Micro - Samyang 14mm - 50mm 1.8D - Mb 10 - SB900 - SB400

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    Hi Small Pig,

    Will attempt to post the pic, still new to using this forum. The shot here is an attempt to try out what's been going wrong with the camera or lens. Used my D5000 in the same tryout.



    Date Dec 7, 2011 3:11:03 AM
    Width 2448
    Height 3696
    File Size 1761223
    Camera NIKON CORPORATION
    Model NIKON D7000
    ISO 100
    Exposure 1/1250 sec
    Aperture 2.2
    Focal Length 35mm
    Flash Used false
    Orientation 6
    White Balance 0
    Metering Mode 5
    Exposure Program 1
    Exposure Bias 1.3333334
    Date and Time (Original) 2011:12:07 11:11:03
    Last edited by hisstory; 8th December 2011 at 01:59 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twisted illusion View Post
    canon has a D60 as well...
    i think after D60, it switched to 10D...
    60D vs D7000....

    Different eh?

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    Sigh, I am really a noob at using this forum. Let me figure out how to properly upload images. Right now, am hosting them on picasaweb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hisstory View Post
    Sigh, I am really a noob at using this forum. Let me figure out how to properly upload images. Right now, am hosting them on picasaweb.
    or maybe u can post the link to ur photo on picasaweb..
    Nikon D60|D7000|MB-D11|18-55VR|18-105VR|55-200VR|50 F1.8|Di866
    http://**********/u2jTNE

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    Just want to share, brought my Nikon D7k in NSC yesterday because my viewfinder (maybe the focusing mirror) have visible dust... they've clean it without fees maybe because my D7k is still under warranty... The good thing there's almost no queue, I was only behind by three persons, in no time I got my D7k with almost brand new viewfinder, kudos to NSC!

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    i hv bought the D7000 for awhile but seldom using >>>
    currently hv a prime 35mm 1.8G
    planning to invest a wide angle lens any good advise ??
    D7000 50mm 1.8G/35mm 1.8G

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    Quote Originally Posted by burrppp View Post
    i hv bought the D7000 for awhile but seldom using >>>
    currently hv a prime 35mm 1.8G
    planning to invest a wide angle lens any good advise ??
    quite some ppl are saying the tokina 11-16...
    Nikon D60|D7000|MB-D11|18-55VR|18-105VR|55-200VR|50 F1.8|Di866
    http://**********/u2jTNE

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    Quote Originally Posted by burrppp View Post
    i hv bought the D7000 for awhile but seldom using >>>
    currently hv a prime 35mm 1.8G
    planning to invest a wide angle lens any good advise ??
    sigma 10-20 also not bad =)
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    how about 17-35 nikon ???
    anyway wats the used $ for the sigma 10-20 and tokina 11-16
    D7000 50mm 1.8G/35mm 1.8G

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    Quote Originally Posted by burrppp View Post
    i hv bought the D7000 for awhile but seldom using >>>
    currently hv a prime 35mm 1.8G
    planning to invest a wide angle lens any good advise ??
    get the tokina 11-16 you won't regret it..
    here's a sample photo.


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    Heh, dun forget the tokina 12-24 f4. Loving mine n used copy hovering 450plus. Cheers
    D7000/ MB-D11/ SB-700/ Tamron 17-50/ Sirui T1204x

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    Hi I am new bee. Happy to Join d7000 group . Yesterday bought JB Angsana plaza Johan photo level 4. Price kit Rm3900. I need advice to buy Afs 35 mm 1.8 Nikon lens in sg.
    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by burrppp View Post
    how about 17-35 nikon ???
    anyway wats the used $ for the sigma 10-20 and tokina 11-16
    17-35 is UWA for Fullframe cams. Quite a waste on D7000.

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    Quote Originally Posted by burrppp View Post
    i hv bought the D7000 for awhile but seldom using >>>
    currently hv a prime 35mm 1.8G
    planning to invest a wide angle lens any good advise ??
    Nikon 10-24. Bought one and never regretted it.
    Stuff I'm reasonably proud of: http://www.flickr.com/photos/ctky1973/

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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyOng View Post
    or maybe u can post the link to ur photo on picasaweb..
    Hi there,

    Thanks for the suggestion. Apparently relatively new users to the forum aren't allowed to post links/ URLs. I tried to attach it to my post, but wasn't able to.
    Will see if I figure sthg out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pbear1973

    Nikon 10-24. Bought one and never regretted it.
    how much is this lens ?

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    Looking to buy a telephoto zoom. Was considering the Nikon AF-S 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6 G IF-ED VR. After some "goggling" it seems the Tamron 70-300mm f/4-5.6 Di VC USD SP AF is equally good. Any comments from users? Thanks

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