Sun 29-Apr-12 08:09 PM | edited Sun 29-Apr-12 08:45 PM by Porceliamone
Until recently I owned a D7000 and a D70s - both absolutely great camera's but unfortunately my D7000 was stolen and I had to go back to the D70s to complete my adult education course.
I thought I'd never get over losing the D7000 and I'm sure there's plenty to have been achieved using it but despite my despair and complete loss of confidence I produced the following timelapse video with the D70s. It included a lot of changing light and high ISO work...
In my mind, despite its age, it still came through for me...with a lot of work!
I'd really appreciate your thoughts and feedback on what I produced which can be found using the link below.
I'd like to echo your sentiment - the main thrust of my post albeit a little unclear perhaps!
I was absolutely gutted when the D7000 was stolen. It took me a year to save the money to buy it and given I'd chosen to do a lot of high intensity shooting with variable lighting and demanding ISO conditions I thought all was lost but really, the D70s came through for me.
Sorry to hear that your D7000 was stolen. My car was broken into over the weekend but nothing major was stolen, cause there was nothing to really take. But I just wanted to comment on the video, I thought it was very creative and really liked it. In a wild dreams sort of way, I hope to one day be able to do something like that! Dan
Very nice! Any tips on the way you went about the time lapse on the D70s. The Nikon remote with the time lapse facility is quite pricey and if there was something more affordable I would like to look into it.
Hope your stolen camera is somehow recovered undamaged!!
Regards, Clive Liddell Pietermaritzburg South Africa