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All I want is time to do the things I love:
Photography and Orienteering

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Mar
27
comment Better to buy an older high-level camera or newer entry-level camera?
This doesn't really answer the core question directly. The question does not ask for an equipment recommendation and we generally try to avoid them as they quickly become out of date. Could you please revise your answer to answer the core question.
Mar
27
revised zoom lens for Baseball games
Added information from comment, fixed grammar and spelling, made title reflect question better
Mar
27
reviewed Reviewed zoom lens for Baseball games
Mar
27
comment zoom lens for Baseball games
Generally product recommendations are off-topic. To improve this question I would suggest that you ask about what aspects of a lens would help, give a description for the type of photography you will be doing (Is it indoors? Brightly lit? Close to the subject? etc). Is there any aspect of other photographs you like (blurred background or everything in focus? See lots of the scene or just focussing on one aspect? etc).
Mar
26
answered how to capture snowflakes like this
Mar
26
revised Achieving Bokeh using Aperture vs Focus Point
Added image to body of question
Mar
26
answered How can I get tack-sharp portraits with the focus perfectly on my subject's eye?
Mar
25
reviewed No Action Needed Why eye-controlled focus is gone?
Mar
25
reviewed No Action Needed How to change aperture in manual mode on an entry-level Nikon SLR?
Mar
25
comment How can I get my camera to focus on water dropping?
It appear that he has already tried this
Mar
25
comment How can I get my camera to focus on water dropping?
@Blake Somewhere on your lens (or in the lens' manual) there should be a minimum focus distance stated (do not confuse Focal Length, the 70-200mm, with focus distance, they are very different). Your subject needs to be further than this distance from the camera.
Mar
25
answered How can I get my camera to focus on water dropping?
Mar
24
reviewed No Action Needed Are there any really silent but good DSLR cameras?
Mar
24
reviewed Reviewed What my PPI should be set at for others to download my photos?
Mar
24
answered What is the better material choice for a gorillapod? Metal or plastic?
Mar
24
reviewed No Action Needed How do I get my Canon 60D to recognize a Yongnuo YN-560 III flash?
Mar
24
reviewed No Action Needed Will using a DX lens on an FX Body compromise ISO performance?
Mar
24
reviewed Looks OK How do I create Lightroom smart collection containing all virtual copies?
Mar
24
comment Will using a DX lens on an FX Body compromise ISO performance?
The noise will only be more apparent if the exposure is lower, no matter how much light is in the environment. If the aperture and shutter time is adjusted appropriately the noise characteristics are theoretically the same, ignoring sources of noise from long exposure etc.
Mar
24
reviewed Reviewed What kind of lenses will work with my new Nikon DSLR?