#4. "RE: Very happy with new D7000." In response to Reply # 0
I am very pleased with my D7000 as well. My only other DSLR is my D70s, which is a fine camera so long as you have lots of light to work with. The D7000 is an incredible camera that amazes me every time I use it. And for me, there has been no difficult adjustment period with this camera. It's been taking great shots for me right out of the box.
My lens of choice is primarily my 17-50mm F2.8 Tamron. When the lights go way down, then I opt for my Nikon 35mm F1.8 or my Nikon 50mm F1.8 (about 80mm after crop factor).
#5. "RE: Very happy with new D7000." In response to Reply # 0 Sun 16-Jan-11 11:06 AM by Sunway
I know it took some decisions but I think you won’t regret the
choice.. quite the opposite.
I see now your MG can’t be mistaken as it could at club
meeting :-) - very inviting car to jump in.
If your image is in Nikonians gallery it’s easy to display it.
Click on your image – you first see it in a small size. That's
alright, just look below there are two white boxes in lines
with links displayed in them. Copy the second short one called
“for forum post”, the one of your MG looks like this :
[imglink:292841]. The link wouldn't be here if I hadn't used
'plain text mode' for this message - your image would be here
instead. If you put this link into the text field of your
message – together with text it may be – and then check the
“preview message” at the bottom when creating your post, you
will see the picture in the preview mode before any posting is
done. It will behave exactly as posted one to show you before
it actually is posted. So you will see the picture and also
that it is clickable with your cursor. You click on the small
picture (still in preview) and full size picture pops up. If
you use the first longer “direct link” link the full size
image comes direct. It will do the same when posted.
Mystery still is for me how to post from external source, like
my site facilities, or Picasa for example, should it be a
silly table of info or any other image. But Nikonians gallery
I was about to spend more than month in Tasmania – with some
time in SNW wild but la nina effect in Australia looks quite
extraordinarily strong this season which made us to shift it
till spring (October).
Congrats on renewed equipment &wishing many adventures,
#6. "RE: Very happy with new D7000." In response to Reply # 0
Great to hear Ron - enjoy!
My brother who shoots an original 50-500 Bigma and D80 can't wait to get the D7K.
I know from all the hard work he has undertaken to get this far, that the D7000 will be a real boon to him. I can't wait since this will also mark the first time he and I have the same camera so we can trade notes and stuff. His timing is "Spring" sometime.
"Cameras and lenses are simply tools to place our unique vision on film. Concentrate on equipment and you'll take technically good photographs. Concentrate on seeing the light's magic colors and your images will stir the soul." Jack Dykinga