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There are some cheap but quality products from ENOVATION and Giottos. They are good tripods since your camera is just that heavy. www.giottos.com/
In the manual, page 144; if you turn off the Beep setting in the setup menu, the self-timer beep will not sound. There does not appear to be a way to toggle this beep and leave other sounds, like focus confirmation.
Your first question is, whether a 35mm is a good second lens. The answer is clearly yes, just like you made the justification (indoor + low light). Keep in mind that with the 35mm indoors, your 35mm is not very wide. You can shoot beautifully indoors but you will sometimes feel that you are too close. I'd still buy it. 1) The Nikon lens is already quite ...
I was in similar situation. I love shooting indoor and also in low light. And love shooting without flash (photos lose the right atmosphere). So 35mm f1.8 was my clear choice. And I don't regret. I bought new one, because it's not so expensive. I can really recommend to buy one. Answer to 1): There are some alternatives. But they are slightly different. ...
i know this is an old thread but the points are still valid. my take on it is simple tho. a newbie should be getting a newbie camera and going from there you will only get photos as good as you are able to take, whe you start getting real good then invest in more and better quality lenses when you start feeling your on the verge of being a pro upgrade the ...
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