impression of this camera is positively amazing. It is an 8 mp camera with
a 10x (35mm-280mm) optical zoom.
The camera shoots
in NEF raw format and allows you to use a 6 AA cell battery grip with a
vertical shutter release and zoom lever.
using the camera for a couple of weeks I am firmly convinced that it is a
terrible camera for the money. It further reinforces my opinion that Nikon
simply doesn't perform in the way that I want a digital camera to
As soon as I can find a replacement
for it, it goes on ebay.
See the total review
Fuji FinePix S2 Pro
There are no words to describe how much better this
camera is than the Canon D30.
I had been dreading moving to the D60 because it was not
much better, except for the higher resolution.
I looked at the Nikon D100 and the Fuji and decided on
the FinePix Pro S2 body and the Nikon SB 80DX flash with a Nikkor 18-35mm
f3.5 zoom on the front.
So far, so good. It is a little small for my hand and I
do not like the placement of the secondary choice wheel directly under the
on/off switch. I frequently turn the camera off when making an adjustment.
The flash, however, is very, very good.
Canon has a lot of catching up to do in auto-focus and
I bought the G2 for the resolution, and because it is
small and light enough to carry every day. I am never without it.
It even has a great fill in flash and has become my best
I purchased a newly refurbished one when I gave the old one to Rachael,
then I gave the refurbished one to Jeannine.
After all these years, I still think the G2 is one of the best cameras
I've ever owned.
The N90S is the best film camera I've ever owned. It
uses my favorite lens, the 24-120 Zoom.
The SB28 flash, in combination with the camera makes an
unbeatable camera for outdoor work.
Most of my film photos are taken with this camera.
Sure would like to get into Nikon Professional
Services as I am with Canon.
I traded my Leica M6TTL for this SLR type digital
camera. I really like it however, the 3.2 mega pixel resolution doesn't
cut it anymore for my work.
I am happy with many of the features and the lenses, but
there is lots of room for improvement, particularly in low light auto focus
and flash exposure. It is not a serious camera for photojournalism.
fellow who bought it will find it more that adequate to the task and he
will love the quality. The IS lenses are superb.
I'd wanted to go to Paris and be Henri Cartier-Bresson
for many years. Therefore, my 50th Birthday present had to be a Leica camera
Cartier-Bresson was Leica to me. No Leica, no Paris.
I was happy to have it but I was happier to get rid of
it. It was a very good camera that was very difficult for me to operate.
It had too much reliance on my worsening vision.
The Leica SF 20 flash was, without any doubt the very
best flash I've ever used. It was flawless.
I got my money's worth.
The 990 was the first electronic camera I bought that
took great pictures.
I gave it to my daughter who doesn't like it and intends
to give it back. I will give it to my younger daughter, who, if she
doesn't like it, will let me give it to someone who will appreciate it.
It's a 2.2 mega pixel camera that really works well, and
it uses AA batteries.
|Novotron 240ws Studio Strobe
I have three heads for this system and it has done
Herculean duty over the years.
With my LUNA PRO flash meter, I'm very good with this
Not enough experience with this 250ws Monolight yet.
Looks good so far, though.