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post #5536 of 5760

Oh Yeah! It's a lot lighter than I thought it was gonna be. It's light but balances well. EN-EL14 battery and SD card behind the battery door. The shutter dial is perfect. Mounted high like a F3P. It does have 1/3 stop increments but only when you set dial to the 1/3 stop notch. Otherwise full stop shutter speeds. Not real fond of the mode selector but that's a minor gripe. Nice viewfinder. Snappy focus. It should be a winner. Now if Nikon will just put the 36 MP sensor from the Sony A7R in it.
post #5537 of 5760
Nice, I thought shipping is on Black Friday.
post #5538 of 5760
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Nice, I thought shipping is on Black Friday.
Shipping was today. No one can demo or sell until Black Friday. wink.gif
post #5539 of 5760
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Shipping was today. No one can demo or sell until Black Friday. wink.gif

You work for Nikon?
post #5540 of 5760

looking to get my first real camera  and looking at Nikon 3200 with lenses up to 200mm . I know very little and was hoping I can get some pointers from here

 

find that enjoy taking pics . want to spend $500-750 which seem reasonable 

 

thanks

post #5541 of 5760

The 3200 is a great camera. When you say lenses to 200mm, do you mean from 18mm up to 200mm? The 18-200 VR or a pair of kit lenses that cover that range, and the 35mm f/1.8 would be all you would ever really need.

post #5542 of 5760

Yes, description

 

 Nikon D3200 DSLR Camera w/ 18-55mm VR and 55-200mm Lenses

 

 

what does f/1.8 mean in terms of pics? I remember reading up on d3100.3200, 7000 and few terms came up but for my use, figure this i will work, at least to start with

post #5543 of 5760

The 35mm f/1.8 is a fast lens- good for shooting indoors without a flash. It also is a great portrait lens. You can open up wide and get those nice creamy soft focus backgrounds behind your subject. Glamorous!

post #5544 of 5760
No Jc I do not. But I do work in the industry.

The Nikon D3200 with 18-55 and 55-200 are bundled for $500

The Sony Alpha 58 w 18-55 is going for $500 as well.
post #5545 of 5760

 

 

Finally can put my D3000 to rest, Christmas upgrade to the Nikon D5100 kit. Happy to have some low light quality.

post #5546 of 5760

Hi guys

 

I just bought a nikon d5200. New to the DSLR thing - its my first camera. 

 

Anyway I am planning on getting a 50mm lens for portraits. I was looking at this

50mm 1.4 but its 1977-1981 and im not sure if it is compatible with the D5200. 

Its a Nikon 50mm f1.4 ais here is the link ¬

 

 

http://www.adverts.ie/lenses/nikon-50mm-f1-4-ais/4497698

 

Does anyone know if it will work?

 

Thanks

 

  Paddy

post #5547 of 5760

yes it will.  you probably be better get the 50 f1.8G

post #5548 of 5760
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yes it will.  you probably be better get the 50 f1.8G

Why because its auto? 

post #5549 of 5760

no the 50 f1.8 are very sharp and yes it is also easier to use auto focus and cpu enabled lens.

post #5550 of 5760
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no the 50 f1.8 are very sharp and yes it is also easier to use auto focus and cpu enabled lens.

my d5200 does not have an internal motor so will the lens work at all? 

 

you are saying the the 1.8g will have a sharper image than the 1.4 ais?

I am going for the most detail possible so if the G gives me that ill buy the G. 

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