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Jun
13
comment How can I get a 'touristy' photo of myself when travelling alone?
+1 for people get nervous about using a dSLR. Once I gave my camera to someone who tried to take a picture with the lens facing him!
Jun
8
comment What are the options for a damaged zoom lens?
I found a few pics around the 80mm mark. That means that the lens was damaged by the fall. So, it was my fault and not the manufacturer's.
Jun
6
comment What are the options for a damaged zoom lens?
Thanks for your comment, but I don't think that I'll venture into buying a $1500 lens anytime soon; at least not until my photographic technique improves significantly. For now, the three cheap lens: 18mm-55mm, 55mm-200mm, and a 35mm or 50mm are fine for me (I have the first two, and plan to buy one of the cheap primes).
Jun
6
comment What are the options for a damaged zoom lens?
Thank you. I'll try ExposurePlot. If nothing else, I will be able to figure out whether it was my fault or not.
Jun
6
comment What are the options for a damaged zoom lens?
I was wondering how does the difference in focal length correspond to 'stepping up' until I realized that you meant that I should move forward :)
Apr
10
comment Does changing the focal length change focus?
Thank you everyone for the replies.
Nov
7
comment When best to use Multi-Zone/Matrix, Spot, or Center-Weight?
@Itai - thanks. I'll go and read my camera's (D60) manual.
Nov
7
comment When best to use Multi-Zone/Matrix, Spot, or Center-Weight?
Doesn't pressing the shutter button also set the focus? What if I want to spot meter at a spot that is not the main focus point of the picture
Nov
2
comment Is there a drawback in buying an imported (gray market) lens?
Thanks for the photoprice link. Some of the lenses are actually cheaper in Canada :)
Nov
1
comment Is there a drawback in buying an imported (gray market) lens?
I will be moving to another country (Canada) in some time. But, since I am buying the lens when I in the US, I think that I should be covered by Nikon Canada in warranty.
Nov
1
comment Is there a drawback in buying an imported (gray market) lens?
Actually, I am moving to Canada in some time and that was part of the reason for buying gear in the USA. The prices in Canada are much more expensive (The same lens on Amazon.ca is $300, almost $80 more than the US price of $220. I haven't checked the price at local camera stores). Judging by the Thom Hogan article that Reid linked to, I should be able to get service from Nikkon Canada dealer on a lens I purchased when I was in US.
Nov
1
comment Is there a drawback in buying an imported (gray market) lens?
Wow. That is a bit extreme position on part of Nikon. I'll stick with the authorized lenses.
Nov
1
comment Is there a drawback in buying an imported (gray market) lens?
Thanks. I didn't realize that what B&H calls imported is the same as grey market. I guess that I'll shell out the extra $30 dollars for the lens warrenty