The Nikon D610 is a very affordable all rounder that actually had too many features for the price. Most likely an knee jerk solution to the reputation risk the D600 shutter problem thrust on Nikon. There is a bit of an ego involved with owning a camera, at least for many. The problem is that
Analogue photography is predominantly left handed but digital is right. "What influence does this have on creativity?". More importantly; "Your images!".
I now have 4 older Nikkor manual metal lenses and each is an engineering masterpiece. The glass, the metal milling and the smooth operation feel just right, as lenses should. Solid, well made, compact and quality sum them up rather well.
I use digital as if it were manual analogue, so my setup is perhaps a little strange considering many people at JCH seem to be very into film. I use the Nikon D5200, together with Nikkor AIS lenses. I started this round of camera with the D5200 and the 18-105mm kit lens. The images were
Older lenses actually give more information about their properties than modern lenses. This can give a photographer more control and increase photographic opportunities… In this video I show some of the differences and the advantages. Enjoy Alex.,
This is the introduction to the kit I use, Nikon DSLR’s with Nikkor Manual Legacy AIS lenses. Nikon D610, D5200, P300, Canon G12 Nikkor AIS: 28mm f 3.5, 50mm f 1.8, 80-200mm f 4.5 Nikkor Non ai converted: 135mm f 4.5 Nikkor AFS 35mm f 1.8 FX version Nikkor DR-6 eyepiece I will start to
Since starting down the Nikon DSLR path we have acquired new bits. As a result of commercial photography for events we now use the Sigma 17-50 f2.8 for DX cameras on the Nikon D3300 and though the company we also have a Nikon D610 and a 35mm AFS f1.8. Why… The main reason is that