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  • Arise

    I have a Canon 600D.
    Please help me choose a lens for shooting birds. I'm already completely confused about these telephoto cameras🤯

    • B. R. P.

      Look at focal points. Conditionally from 70mm (80, 100, 150) to 400mm (500, 600). If the birds are not particularly wild, maybe up to 300mm will be enough. Or even a native 55-250.

    • Alexander T.

      I myself have a 75-300 III USM telephoto lens. For birds, taking pictures is just the thing. Focusing is very fast and accurate despite the size of the lens. =)
      You can also buy a regular 75-300 III without a USM motor. He is also normal, in principle, no worse than mine.

    • Seladir

      I really like the Canon EF-S 55-250 IS STM - it's inexpensive, lightweight, quiet focusing and there is a stabilizer. In theory, the non-STM version will be just as good, just there will be a noticeable sound from the autofocus.

      I advise you NOT to take a telephoto lens without a stabilizer, as at such focal lengths without it there will be frequent smears in weather other than sunny.

  • Eugene

    Nikon 3200 18-55
    I want to take up product photography and upgrade. Tell me to change the device to the D5200 18-105 or to save up on the D7100 or get a better lens? Fix 50 mm, 85mm ...?

    • Michael

      Why change the camera? An advanced camera is handy, of course. Only objects don't run anywhere. Macro lens and light is what you need

    • B. R. P.

      It is definitely not necessary to change your camera for product photography. Just what do you mean by subject shooting? What are the sizes of the items? It depends on whether you need a macro lens.

    • Seladir

      And what exactly are the advantages of these cameras are you going to use in your product photography? They even have the same matrices, plus or minus. Everything must somehow go from specific needs a la “I got down to business, faced such and such difficulties, found out that it is the limitations of the camera (and not the lens / light / skills) that hinder me, and such and such a camera is the restriction removes ”.

    • Alexey

      nikkor 105 2.8D micro, but only manual focus will be on the soap dishes.

      • Seladir

        > soap dishes

        лол

        • Victor

          Some comrades disparagingly call Nikon's initial cameras, which do not have a focusing screwdriver, “point-and-shoot”.

          True, today the situation has become somewhat more complicated with the release of premium segment mirrorless cameras))

          • Arkady Shapoval

            I've never seen anything like it

            • Victor

              "I've never seen anything like it"

              So here, just now :)

          • Alexey

            Is there a screwdriver on the UPC? here is the answer.

        • Alexey

          Nikon has exactly one soap dish, which is not quite a soap dish, although it is very similar to it. and I even have it :)

          • Ivan

            Are you talking about the 3000 series? So the 5000th series is the same in size, only the functionality is a little wider. And even the lack of broad functionality does not prevent the entry-level cameras from taking good pictures.

            • Michael

              I think a conversation about one

            • Alexey

              Of course not. 3xxx and 5xxx are not cameras. even the gift of ninnada. and the one that I called a soap box, but not quite, is called te-pisyat. a very peculiar camera. although, in its essence, the camera is extremely entry-level, it has a screwdriver, a top display and an excellent color CCD matrix. And the funny thing is that the 80-200 2.8 focuses on it exactly on any FR, while the older Nikons, which I also have, smear the focus at 200mm, and I have to shoot at 175-180mm.
              although I generally shoot with kenon, and I just collect nikons :)

              • Seladir

                > 3xxx and 5xxx are not cameras
                > I called it a soap box, but not quite, my name is te-pisyat
                > Nikons just collect

                Very exciting. Well, and those cameras that cameras - you probably love them very much, dress them up in suits and play with them?

    • Trueash

      There is certainly no point in changing the carcass for a subject. Is that at 5xxx, because of the rotary display. Or immediately to the Federation Council, if the budget allows. If not, it's better to spend money on something else: light, table, backgrounds, etc.

    • Michael

      Absolute IMHO: if you intend to constantly work with an object in a static location of the device, then it is important to make sure whether it is possible to control the operation of the device from a computer, via Remote Control for Nikon. In this regard, the younger Nikon line is severely cut even in comparison with the 5th series, except that you can try the third-party digiCamControl program. I use digiCam myself with my Nikon d3100. But the d5100 is already normally controlled by Nikon's native toolkit. Although ... Nikonovsky somehow falls short of the capabilities of the Canon software, unfortunately ...

  • Victor

    Should I go from nikon d5100 to d7100? Thanks.

    • Ivan

      It depends on what you want from such a transition.

    • B. R. P.

      What doesn't suit you about the D5100? Why exactly on the D7100?

    • Trueash

      Any camera is a compromise. Lose the swivel screen, get the top display. The 7100 is stronger but heavier. The files are larger, and the computer will have a harder time handling them. But the 7100 has a screwdriver, you can use non-motorized lenses ... And so on. There are a million nuances

  • Victor

    There is simply an opportunity to buy for 22 with a shot of only 000. I love macro photography and, as I read, the 9 gives a sharper shot.
    Trueash! Thank you for your feedback, all this is familiar, I just wanted a new technique. The sight was at first at 750, but ... a lot of priblud for a crop and being torn between two fires is not for me. I need one thing for me.
    Thank you all and all the best. Do not be ill!

  • Sergei

    Hello! Can you please tell me if you need to disable the “VR” option on the camera if the “VR” option on the lens is on? (Nikon D3500 camera.Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-140mm f / 3.5-5.6G ED VR lens)

    • B. R. P.

      Does this camera have a stabilizer ?!

    • Victor

      Setting “vr” in the camera for lenses that do not have this switch on the body, but with a stabilizer, for example, af-p 70-300 vr.

      • B. R. P.

        Look, they were wise)

        • Sergei

          there is

        • Sergei

          now it is turned on in the camera and manually turned on on the lens ... I think some option should be excluded

  • Igor

    Hello! Can't categorize this lens! Help pzhlsta ... ..https://www.avito.ru/krasnoyarsk/fototehnika/nikon_af_50mm_f1.4_japan_2111645959

    • Michael

      Nikon 50mm 1: 1.4 AF Nikkor
      In the review about 50 1.4 D is mentioned in the list (item 1,2)

      • Igor

        thank you

  • Ivan

    Good evening.
    I have added the MTO-1000 object for the photographic month.
    On the new M-39-42 (I attach a photo) it looks like screwing.
    I can’t hook on my Nikon D750 through the sleepers.
    K_ltse KP-A / N does not get screwed up, croc is prickly yakis іnshy.
    Krishka is screwed onto the obverse from the Zenith.
    I’ll be for help.

    • Jury

      KP-A / N is not guilty of mother of any money and obviously not to screw up the M42. If the ob'ktiv does not become through vbudovanie sleeps, then the best time is to sell the ob'ktiv.

      • Ivan

        Dyakuyu for a comment. And yak KP-A / N is guilty of krypitisya to the obktiv? three bolts?

        • Jury

          KP-A / N can only be attached to the object with the shank "A", so, three guintics (dorechi, thread in tsikh gvitikakh стат :)) https://radojuva.com/2011/04/optika-na-nikon/comment-page-1/#m42-mount

          • Ivan

            And I think for what are the cogs)
            Having tried їх screw it up - virivaє, do not worry about what to cry about.
            For all the shank is іnshy, for all the hands :)
            Shvidsha for everything will have to, whichever transitions are screwed, I don’t know anything else.
            Mabut treba vidihnuti, and re-read the article on my head.

            • Jury

              “Then there are lenses with M42 thread, the use of which imposes some difficulties when working with the Nikon system. The working distance of the M42 is shorter than that of Nikon, so here the problem of focusing at infinity arises. To install such lenses on Nikon cameras, there is an adapter KP-42 / N and KP-42 / N with a lens. These adapters are also called M42-Nikon and M42-Nikon with corrective lens. "

              • Ivan

                I will try the M42-Nikon adapter.

    • Vladimir

      There is a margin at infinity, with the m42-Nikon adapter it should work.
      I have a similar one, but 500 mm, 3M-5A, everything is ok.

    • Victor

      Not yet, send the lens for a test - it will :)

      • Igor

        I will not send my darling. I love him myself. Yes, and I live far away

        • Ivan

          In Novosibirsk.

          • Igor

            "In Novosibirsk." Are you talking to me?

            • Ivan

              I made a mistake?

  • Victor

    I can't figure out what this stray is https://ae01.alicdn.com/kf/Hfb02f015e1bf40aea3a4c56d90dce53c1/DOOMO-D-120.jpg_50x50.jpg_.webp ... Light meter?

  • Vladimir

    Good afternoon everyone! Recently I became the proud owner of Nikon D5100. This is my first DSLR. Please do not judge strictly, but I decided to start somewhere, and after looking at the reviews on YouTube and reading many articles (including here), I bought this device. Almost immediately I bought a Viltrox-JY610N-II flash for it, since the basic one did not suit me categorically, and I was offered a very pleasant price. But the question is what ... after taking some pictures, I began to understand that the standard kit lens 18-55, although not bad for a start, but I want (for the future, otherwise my wife will not understand the next waste) something more interesting ... I am thinking about purchasing a Yongnuo 50mm F / 1.8N for portraits and Nikkor AF-S DX 55-200mm f4 / 5 as a versatile option for landscapes, etc. PS The camera was bought for family photography and for entertainment, but I would like to get more from it. Thanks in advance!

    • Ivan

      55-200 is strange for landscapes.

      • Vladimir

        Maybe I put it wrong ... I just do not understand all the subtleties of shooting, although I am constantly learning the materiel ... tell me, then, please, which is better to take a universal lens?

        • Ivan

          Leave 18-55 as generic for now. With experience, you yourself will understand which lens you are missing.

    • Victor

      I would slightly correct the choice - instead of YN, take 50 1.8G, for landscapes, leave 18-55 until you understand what exactly and how you want to shoot.

      • Vladimir

        The choice of the Yongnuo 50mm f / 1.8N is primarily due to the price. it is at least twice as cheap as Nikon ... but if Nikon is better, then it is worth digging up a little and buying it? or to start with Yongnuo for portraits?

        • Ivan

          For portraits and other photography, you must first "get your hands on", learn to shoot well. Native Nikon lenses are always better. The 35 / 1.8 DX is not bad as the first good and cheap fix. Although he is not a "portraitist", he can also take portraits.

          • Vladimir

            Understood thanks!

        • B. R. P.

          Better save up for 50 1.8G or 35 1.8 DX instead of Yongnuo, with which there may be problems with af.

          • Vladimir

            Thank you! Then I'll postpone the purchase a little

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