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Discussion in 'Through-the-Lens Club' started by zaggie, Mar 24, 2005.
Picked up a D70 today. What an amazing camera. I'm going to have a lot of fun with this baby.
Great Camera. Nikon's are the best. I have a handle on a friends Nikon Coolpix 8700. I'm trading him a pistol for it. We are just waiting to get together. He lives over the border in New York.
Good luck with that baby!
It's a great camera. I've been shooting with mine since the summer and love it. It's not the best for fast action photography, but the image quality is great.
we have the d70. "we" bought it because "i" wanted it but my husband has been having the most fun with it....
it's an awesome camera. enjoy!
Jaegergirl, you have some great photos there. What lenses are you using for your D70?
we have the following:
the nikon kit lens
sigma 50-500 mm
sigma 70-300 mm
sigma 105 mm macro
he took all the pictures, btw. i wish i could take credit for them. however, the only credit i get is the suggestion to purchase the camera
I have a D70, with the same lenses as Jagergirl minus the 105mm.
Also got the Speedlight 800 for it.
You may want to check out the cheat sheets at http://www.photocheatsheets.com/
Your husband's shots are nice Jaggergirl.
Did not he post on making the water droplet shot with the strobe?
Yes, that was me with the water droplet pictures taken with the D70. Thanks for the compliments!
I just got, and really like, the Nikon 8800. My wife forced me to buy it (I fought the good fight but lost, or at least surrendered nobly). Along with the camera, I got a device called a RoadStor. You take the card and slip it into the RoadStor and in a couple of minutes the card has been downloaded onto a CD. You can upgrade to DVD if you wish.
Along with those two, I also have an F4S, with a collection of lenses. I don't see myself using the F4S much anymore, but it's a great camera. I did a lot of professional work with it, as well as a lot of surveillance photography.
I got one a couple months ago as an upgrade from my CP950. It's an amazing camera...and nice to have full control over everything again.
I just shot this with it using an older 200 micro lens and Sigma strobe. I had to guess a bit at flash exposure and fix it up a bit in gimp since I don't really know how to use the strobe outside of TTL/BL mode.
I've had mine for almost 11 months. Hope you enjoy yours as much as I've enjoyed mine.