Photo's with my new camera

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  1. Linxie

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    First for the comparison shot (unedited) - click on the images for a larger version:
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    There's a lot less noise which is fantastic. Was able to push the D7200 up to a high ISO before getting any noise. Colours are slightly different as I haven't set the profile yet.


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    Seems like you had some fun playing with the new toys. What always gets me on new cameras is the speed of taking a photo. It is so bad that when I go back to an older one, I am like seriously how did I manage to taken an pictures with this in the past.

    Later Ferdie
     
  4. Broder

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    Very nice Lindy. Keep 'em coming!
     
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    Linxie

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    Had loads of fun :)

    Yes, I was pleasantly surprised by the how silent the shutter is and how much faster it felt.
     
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    Nice macro pictures
     
  7. Reedfish

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    @Linxie,

    Great photos.
    Have fun with your new camera
     
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    Very Nice.
    The lens you have also makes a huge diffrence
    That the ine thing I don't have.

    Im happy for you
     
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    Beautiful photos!
    (My camera is not too bad, but I do not know the technical side of taking photos well.)
     
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    Beautiful !
     
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    Linxie

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    Thanks all :) Very happy with my new toy.
    @lennard, hopefully we can get that article out soon to assist you :) In the mean time, you're welcome to ask any questions you may have and we'll help you where we can.
    No greater feeling (ok except successfullyl raising fry) than taking a photo and it comes out the way you want it to (believe me, I still get shoddy photos)
     
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    And the opposite is also true.
    Coming home from an outing/photo shoot, uploading the photos and they aren't as good as you had hoped. :cry:
     
  13. Broder

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    Or waking up at sparrows fart, rushing to the beach in the dark, walking for 20 minutes to the spot that chose for a sunrise shoot and watching the most beautiful colours developing as dawn approaches. Camera is on the tripod. I turn it on to set up my exposure.... Nothing! How could there be anything? The battery is in my charger, in my kitchen:(. I normally have a fairly flowery vocabulary, but this time I was too depressed to even let loose.
     
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    Linxie

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    Ouch :( I'd cry... hasn't happen to me, but I've missed a shot because I forgot my lens cap on.

    Eeek, yes I know that one... did a maternity shoot (thankfully as a favour), and only got 3 good photos. How embarressing.
     
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    Try doing a wedding without a bty. Lucky I had my backup body.
     
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    My worst is when I come to SA and go to Kruger.
    Always think I am taking awesome photos.
    But when I load them up on my computer, I am always disappointed. :huh:
     
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    Ours were set to release the shutter even if no memory card is inserted.... Do I need to add to that.
     
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    Demo Mode.

    Ouch
     
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    I did that recently when I was on the Otter trail
    Fortunately I discovered it after a day, so didn't lose too many photos.
     
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    Linxie

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    Geez, now that truly sucks... you can't go back any time soon and will more than likely not see the same things you saw before.
     
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    Great pics! Can you take a FTS of your marine tank for me...as one ex salt water hobbiest to a current one. :p
     

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