Photography II

Re: Photography II

Postby Bucky » Sat Feb 09, 2019 3:41 pm

so you want a camper AND a sailboat????
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Re: Photography II

Postby Uncle Milty » Sat Feb 09, 2019 5:08 pm

That's a fleet of sailboats sir!
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Re: Photography II

Postby joboggi » Sat Feb 09, 2019 5:52 pm

Youseff wrote:one guy at work loves his Pen, another guy loves his Fujifilm, and they both seem like decent to good photogs. I'd say I probably can't go wrong with either, but I'm leaning Fujifilm. apparently the images are better, larger format. the plus side to the Pen over the FujiFilm is you can change lenses. gonna trade my old Nikon d90 in. Hopefully I can get something, anything for it.


What is wrong with a D90?

ONE pro used to shoot with a Kodak instamatic.

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It's the photographer, not the camera.

AND as far as cameras go the D90 is excellent.

Shooting a wedding with Fujifilm is the way to go.

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Re: Photography II

Postby Slowhand » Sat Feb 09, 2019 6:41 pm

joboggi wrote:
Youseff wrote:one guy at work loves his Pen, another guy loves his Fujifilm, and they both seem like decent to good photogs. I'd say I probably can't go wrong with either, but I'm leaning Fujifilm. apparently the images are better, larger format. the plus side to the Pen over the FujiFilm is you can change lenses. gonna trade my old Nikon d90 in. Hopefully I can get something, anything for it.


What is wrong with a D90?


Probably not going to get an answer from Youseff.
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Re: Photography II

Postby phatj » Sat Feb 09, 2019 9:06 pm

Uncle Milty wrote:
phatj wrote:All DSLRs still offer split-prism manual focus so far as I know, though I'm not sure about any manual focus aid. Presumably they all can do live view now so you could do manual focus with that instead of the split prism.

Maybe I'm not using the right term. The image below depicts what I mean. My t2i has nothing like it.

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No, that's what I thought you meant. My experience with DSLRs is limited; I've played with my dad's which are medium-range Nikons and they all had split prisms for manual focus. Perhaps cheaper DLSRs omit it to reduce cost, meaning that to manual focus you would have to use live view -- use the screen on the back to check focus.
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