Guys, I'm going to be honest, I've only lurked this board a few times, but lately have been doing so more and more often and want to get a camera. Pic related was taken by a friend at a racetrack. I'd like to shoot some motorsport too, and have saved up a bit to buy a DSLR and a lens.
I've been gathering some info of the cameras I can afford and it boils down to two: EOS 700D and Pentax K-50. I was going to buy the Pentax because for the same price as the Canon I get an extra 50-200 lens apart from the 18-50 that both include.
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>>2740104 If you're going to be shooting high speed subjects, you'll want an AF system that's better than what's on a canon rebel. Get a beat up 7D body if you do go Canon.
i don't have experience with the Pentax, but I have used both Canon, Nikon, and Fuji cameras, and I can say that the files that come out of non-Canon cameras are much easier to manipulate, push, and edit. Canon is very usable, especially in good light, but it's something to take note of.
>>2740104 get a used Canon T2i flash magic lantern get an 18-135mm. or a Nikon D3200 with the 18-140
pentax is good for weather sealing, even if you plan on shooting in light rain the canon and nikon will still do the job regardless. unless youre going storm chasing id recommend getting a canon or nikon due to an array of lens selections
First of all, I dont know much about cameras, but I do travel alot and I want to try to start taking photos of my adventures. So I want a camera that is good for Nature Photography, but not to expensive. Do you have any suggestions? And please share pics of the best nature photos you have taken!
The most important thing for good nature photography is good lenses. Then a good tripod. Then the camera. Yes camera is last.
But just start with a camera with its kit lens until you figure out what focal lengths speak to you. Then you can buy a prime lens (fixed focal length lens) that has great sharpness and no chromatic aberration to fuck up your pictures.
A low end Nikon DSLR is just fine. If you want weather-sealing, you'll pay more. But you'll also get better manual controls. There's no one right answer on what camera to get, because it depends... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
So I was loading some 35mm into my camera and it died midway through. Turns out I had less battery life than I thought. So I replaced the dead batteries with some unlabeled Chinese ones I forgot I had and it kept going till it stopped at 11.
Now I'm not sure what to do since it only thinks there's 11, because it automatically rewinds the film back into container once you've used all the shots.
So basically I was wondering if there's a way I can get the camera to realize there's actually 24 shots? Sorry if I'm forgetting something obvious,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I paid a photographer 450 for a semi-lousy photoshoot. My eyes were not the focal point in 80% of the photos, even the majority of headshots did not have my eyes as the focal point, not to say all the images were blurry, it was just not how a professional photog should have taken the photo. I now have to salvage the usable vs trash.
I looked through his work before hiring him and thought his work looked good. I didn't expect this to happen. I tried calling him about it and he said he'll get back to me on it but hasn't returned my call since.
If I edit my photos that he converted from raw to jpeg, will I lose any image quality? He shot in Raw, converted it to jpeg, and sent it to me via wetransfer.
>>2739781 Unavoidably, yes. Photographers are often real skittish cunts about handing out raws so your best bet is demanding your money back or the raws, but he might not get your message if he's ignoring you, or he just won't do either.
At that point it's time to threaten his web presence with reviews and photos, with the problems clearly outlined for normies.
36 is only a conservative estimate. With the right camera and some practice, you can actually get a full 40 frames off one roll. Some cameras have sufficiently sophisticated film advance mechanisms that they can get an extra frame off every roll for you.
I just bought a SanDisk SD Card for my Nikon D7000 after about a day of taking pictures it stopped working. I tried to format it on the camera and after it completes the formatting, it just stays on FOR and flashes the slot it's in it. I tried to format it in the computer and no luck there. Has anyone had this happen to them before or is this just a freak thing that happened to me? If it has happened to someone else did you get it fixed? Thanks in advance.
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