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24-70 f 2.8 is awesome, 70-200 f 2.8 , 85 f 1.8 . I use all 3 of these lenses, I am a professional portrait and event photographer.
By Cathy Weisenborn (Sheila's mom… on July 12, 2013
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Hi everyone,
I had a fairly stright forward question. I have been getting into photography more and more in the past year. A friend recently hired me to shoot her wedding. I have been wanting to upgrade my camera and have been doing some reading online. I saw on amazon that the Nikon D330 has a package out for less th… see more
Hi everyone,
I had a fairly stright forward question. I have been getting into photography more and more in the past year. A friend recently hired me to shoot her wedding. I have been wanting to upgrade my camera and have been doing some reading online. I saw on amazon that the Nikon D330 has a package out for less than 1,000$ which would suit my needs I believe. I also saw on www.bestcamerahq.com , they have the Canon EOS T5i kit is a great camera as well. I have a budget of around 1,000$. Any one had experience with either of those cameras? And if so what do you think? Any other models I should be looking at?
Thanks in advance see less
Hi everyone,
I had a fairly stright forward question. I have been getting into photography more and more in the past year. A friend recently hired me to shoot her wedding. I have been wanting to upgrade my camera and have been doing some reading online. I saw on amazon that the Nikon D330 has a package out for less than 1,000$ which would suit my needs I believe. I also saw on www.bestcamerahq.com , they have the Canon EOS T5i kit is a great camera as well. I have a budget of around 1,000$. Any one had experience with either of those cameras? And if so what do you think? Any other models I should be looking at?
Thanks in advance

By Adam on November 14, 2016
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I shoot event (moving) and museum exhibits (static) and have nothing but praise for Nikon. The D800 has made my work MUCH easier. The three dimensional (51) focus is dead on most of the time, and it is fast. More importantly, color temperatures are much more accurate than my old D3x. In mixed lighting the D800 is just … see more I shoot event (moving) and museum exhibits (static) and have nothing but praise for Nikon. The D800 has made my work MUCH easier. The three dimensional (51) focus is dead on most of the time, and it is fast. More importantly, color temperatures are much more accurate than my old D3x. In mixed lighting the D800 is just a better "guesser" than older bodies.
I personally don't know anyone who had the focus problem, but most of the folks I know we smart enough NOT to buy the D800 until the reviews were out and the problems fixed. Moral of the story, "If you want to be the first in line... expect some problems." see less
I shoot event (moving) and museum exhibits (static) and have nothing but praise for Nikon. The D800 has made my work MUCH easier. The three dimensional (51) focus is dead on most of the time, and it is fast. More importantly, color temperatures are much more accurate than my old D3x. In mixed lighting the D800 is just a better "guesser" than older bodies.
I personally don't know anyone who had the focus problem, but most of the folks I know we smart enough NOT to buy the D800 until the reviews were out and the problems fixed. Moral of the story, "If you want to be the first in line... expect some problems."

By David J. Roberts on March 2, 2013
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Yes - assuming you buy a US model. Amazon is an authorized US dealer.
By E. Bowles on August 10, 2012
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Yes it has a built in pop up flash in addition to a flash hotshoe. You can use the pop up flash to control wireless slave flashes using the Nikon CLS system as well.
By NIN on September 21, 2013
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It is a body only. You definitely need a lens.
By Dennis on October 5, 2016
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Daryl, I can't say I have ever heard that. I find it very easy to shoot, and I went from a 12mp canon, so I had a slight learning curve. So far, I'm very happy with my purchase, and images from the D800. Hope it helps.
By John Sikora on May 14, 2014
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The image quality!! It has the best sensor of any 'dslr' on the market as of now, by a wide margin. Next, is the build quality. Much more solid, as well it should be for the money you pay.. Scott
By Scott D. Koukal on July 9, 2014
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Michael: Your answer is right here: http://www.bythom.com/hdmivideo.htm
By Carl W. Alvers on February 17, 2013