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It's true...I'm a switcher
One of the first things I was told that once you decide on a brand/system you probably will stay with that brand for the rest of your life. While I never was one to do what I'm told. I felt it was time to upgrade my Canon Rebel Xti and I did the unthinkable, I upgraded to a Nikon D300.
Before I go into a little review I think a little history is in order. When I was first shopping for a camera the D300 was just coming out. I read all the reviews and it was the camera that I really wanted to buy. The only problem was it was more money than I was willing to spend on my first camera. So I settled and bought the XTi.
Flash forward 10 months and I've learned a lot about photography, cameras and flash. It was time to invest some money on lenses and I knew if I was going to switch now would be the time. I have flipped back and forth from the D300 to the Canon 40D and even considered waiting for the new rumored 5D (but the rumored price was again out of my range). The thing that finally tipped it to the Nikon was flash or to be more to the point I like the way Nikon's wireless TTL (CLS) works better than Canon's.
I know it's a small thing but I use TTL a lot and have been using it more for animal and kid photography.
Now things I like:
- already said the flash stuff
- I like the 51 focus points better than Canon's 9
- The size..the rebel was just too small for my hands
- The lcd is very bright and sharp
- 8 frames per second is very fast
- hdmi output (very nice to view your lcd on a hdtv or monitor)
Things I don't like so far:
- 8 frames per second is very fast. I've forgot to change the setting and ended up 15 of the same photo before I realized.
- Thats it...so far I'm very happy with it.
I know I suck at writing reviews but hopefully I can let my photos do the talking.
Pinhole Nikkor butch job
I have seen some interest about model photography and also the use of pinhole cameras. Here is a project I undertook some years back for taking realistic photos on a narrow gauge HO layout, HON3.
The object to this was to create a pinhole camera that allows for focusing with the lens wide open but achieve extreme depth of field when stopped down. The lens was a slightly wider-than-normal focal length that had a pretty good close up range of focus not to mention stopped down pretty well as is.
Note that one goal here is to have the camera's diaphragm cover the pinhole "donut" when completely stopped down. It does't allow light leakage around it but still furnishes a pin hole. I don't remember what size the hole is but is probably nearing a #80 drill. The "donut" and spider are silver soldered brass and it can be removed if necessary. Often Nikkors of that vintage don't allow amateurs to even open a lens up. This is probably a project most folks wisely won't tackle but there it is anyway.
Good work was achieved with this but we had a front surface silvered mirror that was probably part of a copier and it allowed getting an extremely realistic viewpoint at a really low angle.
Nikon was always the king of very special lenses. I remember they had something like a a 6.2mm fisheye with a 220 degree field of view at one point. I remember they usually offered 40 different lenses for sale back when I was paying attention. This was a specialty lens for shooting with an electronic flash: it allowed locking the focus and diaphragm ring together so that the the exposure would adjust itself to the strobe's output at any distance. Most quick-shot flash photos like this suck IMHO. Like anything, it takes a lot of work to create good flash pictures.
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