New equipment

posted on 10th of july, 2012

I have finally decided to invest in better equipment, and today I went out to Best Buy and bought the Nikon D7000 SLR camera that seems to produce better quality images than my Olympus E-510 does. I have been playing with it and the controls don't seem that difficult. The camera also has a double and triple exposure feature that I may use in a photo shoot or two. I have a few ideas how I can make that work. I'm anxious to get the way, if anybody wants to buy a used Olympus E-510 and two excellent lenses I purchased for it not too long ago, I will be glad to negotiate. The lenses together cost me around $1300.00 and the zoom lens is practically like new.

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Posted by Williamardrey on July 14, 2012
I have a Nikkor 18-105 lens.
Posted by Psmpics on July 11, 2012
I upgraded to the D7000 last year after almost 6 years using a D80. All in all, I love it.
If you are interested, please take a look at my blog post:
Lessons learned with my D7000 which describes some of the things I learned that I like and don't like so much while using it on a month-long trip to South Africa and Lesotho.
Good luck, but most important, have fun!
Posted by FabioConcetta on July 11, 2012
You have made ​​a good buy, the quality of your images will increase for sure! The D7000 is a good camera, what type of lens you have?
Posted by Williamardrey on July 10, 2012
Posted by Davidwatmough on July 10, 2012
You will love your Nikon and zoom along to 500 uploaded images this year............ I wish you well. bracket, bracket, bracket and unfortuneately it does fill your hard drive. David.

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