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  • Anatoly

    Hello Arkady, tell me if there is any way other than prof. flashes, fight with a shadow from 17-55 2.8, filmed children in children. garden, there is a beige carpet, if you cover it up in the editor, the stain remains in the legs anyway, this lens gives a concrete shadow.

    • B. R. P.

      Only external flash (on-camera and remote, synchronized). Not necessarily super professional.

    • Viktre

      Lord, with such a lens and puffing with a built-in flash in the forehead - this in itself is a creepy bad manners.

      Buy at least a manual Chinese dollar for 50.

      • Anatoly

        a frame in front of your nose, what's creepy there? and save the manual Chinese for yourself.

        • Viktre

          The creepy thing is that everything is flat, like a pancake. Well, if you don’t see this, you can continue to fight with the shadow from the lens, considering this the only problem)))

          Manual Chinese - do not believe it - I use it with pleasure.

    • Specialist

      Yes, take any with the ability to puff up (and if it is to the side, it can also come in handy, but much less often), like sb300, sb400. On sb400, I put on a home-made reflector-blade, I got diffused light from the puff upwards and part of it directed forward. Cheap and efficient.

    • Neustrdm

      Buy an external sb-700\600\800\900 and aim it at the ceiling.

  • Dmitry Kostin

    Arkady, health, happiness to you and your family!
    Happy New Year!

    • Arkady Shapoval

      thank you

  • Alexander

    Hello Arkady! What would you advise to take within 50 tr. used of course. I shoot mostly objects, furniture, sometimes a portrait. I don’t know what to choose, Nikon d000, d610, d750s? What would you suggest? maybe something else altogether?

    • B. R. P.

      What are you already filming? (it is better to call prices in another currency, for rubles consultations are over here)

      • Alexander

        Now a simple d3300, then 700 dollars))

        • B. R. P.

          From what you listed, d610. d3s is great, but heavy and big. Don't forget ff optics.

          • Alexander

            Do you recommend D750?

            • Viktre

              It doesn't make much sense. Unnecessary overpayment, besides, kosyachnye parties slipped through.

            • Viktre

              In general, for a portrait, take the second nickel and 85 / 1.8 usm, in total it will be cheaper than 50000)) And for objects, leave 3300.

              • Alexander

                Thank you very much! Do you mean 5d mark ii?

              • Viktre

                Yes, him.

  • Tricahyono

    I have a problem with the Yongnuo 85mm f1.8 lens on a Canon EOS M200 mirrorless using an adapter. it shows the following message. this message appears like i am using the kit lens and it has a button. can you help me solve it? (sorry this photo is in Indonesian)

    • B. R. P.

      This means your lens does not fit the camera even with an adapter.

  • Catherine

    Hello Arkady!
    I have been shooting with the Nikon D5000 for many years. Recently, there has been a need for an external flash, since events have appeared in dimly lit halls, where it is simply impossible to shoot without it. I choose between Nikon SB 600 and Yongnuo Speedlight yn560 III (both BUs). Tell me, please, which one is better to take?

    • B. R. P.

      Natives are usually better.

  • Anton

    Good afternoon!
    I have Nikon D5200
    Recommend an inexpensive telephoto for nature photography (animals, birds). With a focal length, I think about 400.
    Does it make sense to take a manual focus lens for such purposes (in my case), like the Tamron AF LD 200-400mm 1: 5.6 75DN Nikon F Lens?
    Thank you!

    • B. R. P.

      If you have time to focus, you can take it, if inexpensive. There are af options like 70-300, there are a lot of reviews here. There are also 18-300, 16-300, 18-400 from Tamron. Manually it will be quite difficult to get into focus, 200-400 is very heavy, and even a piston, it is very inconvenient to hand-hold. There is from Nikon 200-500 5,6, but much more expensive. In your case (IMHO), Nikon 70-300 af \ p is optimal. Sharp, fast, should be af with your camera. There are a lot of other nuances here, if you are interested in shooting very wild animals, then neither 300 nor 400 will save you.

      • Anton

        Thank you!
        There are 55-200, sometimes there is not enough focal length.
        Will it make sense to change to Nikon 70-300 af \ p?

        • B. R. P.

          For wildlife and bird photography, the longer the better. Birds are very different in size, as well as other animals. One photographer who shoots birds beautifully started on crop (D7100, 7200) using 70-300 VR. Then she got 200-500 5,6 and D500. I also used teleconverters 1,4 and 2. There is also an example of poultry olympus breeders. Those love Olikovskiy 400mm + also converters. Taking into account their crop from efr 800 and above. This is a serious approach and serious money. But the result is awesome. With a manual focus on a telephoto lens, you are tormented.

          • B. R. P.

            I was wrong about Olek. M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 300mm 1: 4.0 IS PRO is called, ether 600mm.

  • Nikita

    Hello. How to find out the year of manufacture of a Nikon camera? Is it possible by serial number?

    • B. R. P.

      Why such precision?

  • Anton

    Good afternoon!
    Please tell me how important VR is at a focal length of 300mm.
    There are two Nikon AF-P 70-300mm DX VR and Nikon AF-P 70-300mm lenses, one with VR and one without.
    The price difference is two times.
    Which one is better to buy?

    • B. R. P.

      On long tricks, + crop is important. The stub allows you to use slower shutter speeds and lower ISO values. But. Shooting moving objects + shooting from a tripod is a taboo. The stub also increases power consumption.

      • Anton

        Thank you!
        Namely, for shooting animals and birds, is it not needed? Shooting will be from a tripod.
        And if football, for example, is filmed on the street?

        • Specialist

          Well, consider it for yourself: for medium-trembling hands, the shutter speed should be 1 / EGF, in the case of a 300mm FR on a crop, S = 1/300 * 1,5 = 1/450s, given that it is desirable to cover the aperture to 8 at least - no iso is not enough. And with a stub you can shoot at 1/60, iso is enough. Conclusion: enough money - take it with a stub, no - you will spit. With a tripod, something motionless and not in a hurry to shoot is good, it greatly interferes with efficiency and mobility. Especially for birds and football players.

        • Dmitry Kostin

          If the shooting conditions are not ideal (and they rarely are), then save up for a lens with a stub.
          For good, already from 85mm it is desirable to have a stub, from 105mm it is already needed (IMHO).
          Another such moment, if you shoot outdoors on televisions with large lens hoods, then side wind can noticeably affect, so it’s better to save up for a lens with a stub.

        • B. R. P.

          In my opinion, it is clearly written - turn off moving stub objects, otherwise you will get the opposite of the expected effect - lubrication. The faster your objects move (birds, football players, etc.), the faster the shutter speed (but not to the point of insanity). There are many shooting techniques, motion blur is sometimes used to add dynamics to the frame. It's all through trial and error and practice.

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