DSLRs will become extinct soon
Unless someone already has the lenses I dont see why anyone would want to buy Dslr
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Thumper wrote: ↑Apr 27th, 2019 5:22 pmI traded from my D7000 to a D7500 and love the low light and video upgrades. The Nikon app works well with the D7500 on the phone. You can see your photos shot on the Nikon on my phone as well as use the GPS to include that on the Nikon meta data. Also remote shutter from the phone is fun.
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105 VR Macro. Buy used.Soulfly3 wrote: ↑Apr 27th, 2019 5:10 pmwent to Henry's and saw they have the d750 for 1699 (apparently 800 off)
almost pulled the trigger, but needed to come home to research lenses - I do mostly closeup photography (food) so wanted to test the water
anyone have any recommendations? (the sale at Henry's is on til May 30, so absolutely in no rush)
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That used to be true. I print 8.5 x 10 from iPhone pics cropped and they are very acceptable. Recently saw a canvas print probably larger than 20x24 from an iPhone jpg and it was damn good. In good light, phone pics can be very acceptable.karlb wrote: ↑Apr 27th, 2019 10:48 pmEverything is relative. If you are only viewing online, a phone trumps any camera cause you can get a photo online instantly; camera companies don’t know how to do that.
Want to print that amazing shot really big? A phone camera starts to show it’s not quite there. But now you’ve got a decent lens, you spent time in PhotoShop (or similar) to post-process and you got it printed by a decent place. It’s about the same as it was in the film days, except you’re doing more of the processing
Different goals, different gear.
Both have their places.
edit: great price on a great camera
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It’s still true. It all depends on how fussy you are. The larger and higher resolution the sensor, the better the large print will be.
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It was actually a 20mm, I guess
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