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Nikon touts its EXPEED 3-branded processor as offering higher speed, better color reproduction and improved noise reduction. The D also has an updated, cleaner design to the on-screen user interface that presents more information in a more-logical layout. This is welcome on a small camera with relatively few external controls since much of the user interaction is, by necessity, via the rear screen and lots of button pressing.

The D also supports Nikon’s WU-1a Wi-Fi unit, which plugs into the camera’s accessory terminal and allows images to be transmitted wirelessly to a smartphone or tablet for uploading to social media.

The device can also be used as a remote control for the camera, complete with Live View. In the table below you can see how the major specifications of the D compare against the D I owned a D for 2 yrs and upgraded to D since my photography skills improved so much and I wanted to have a semi-pro piece of equipment, that I can use for weddings or family portraits.

One thing I did not considered was that my wife used that old camera too and she was totally confused with the new camera, no way she could handle M mode and a bulk-ier camera. That being said, I got her a D and I got in return pictures of me and my kids.

I have owned my since early I am not at all disappointed. I particularly like the ability to adjust colour balance on screen, immediately after taking a shot. V useful under artificial light. Daylight ‘A’ white balance setting is more than adequate outdoors.

I currently have a Panasonic point and shoot camera and find that the kids are often blurry especially in low light, and also find that my outside shots are often either to bright or to dark. I’ve been thinking of getting a SLR for a few years now but want one that’s automatic as Im usually taking pics of the kids and they generally move pretty quick, what would your recommendation be?

I love my and recommend it. The and are also very good cameras. Any one of the three would be a good one to get. The 3xxx series cameras have fixed displays, the 5xxx cameras have pivoting displays, and more toys, bells and whistles.

I have a , and I love it I recently upgraded from a D to the D Even though I’ve only taken snapshots here and there, I think the cameras image quality is great. I also have a D which I bought for the higher MP. Even though the image quality in the was great, I liked the higher MP’s, better auto-focus system, faster processor, and misc.

I still have the as a backup. The way I see it, The D is like having all the great features “plus some others” of the and rolled into one camera. If you can afford the D, I recommend you purchase one. Something worth checking into is refurbs. Nikon as well as others sell those at a nice discount and they are inspected and practically like a new one.

That how I got the one I have. Hi I am an architect and need to shoot interiors and buildings. I have been seeing DE as a choice for the camera on the net. I don’t have the budget to buy D Will D suffice if I go for additional wide angle.? Please advise. One question on wide angle lens.

Reading about its specs on DPR the same say equivalent. I though this “factor” of 1. Is this better than D? I have D and am planning to upgrade I don’t get it, what is the actual dynamic range of this camera? Is ADL actually extending the dynamic range of the captured information, or is it just some “clever” post-processing? Was torn between the extra physical controls of the D and the tilting screen of the D along with its lighter more ergonomic feel in hand.

Image quality between the two seems similar. I opted for the D and so far happy I went for it rather than the slighlty larger D Thought I’d spend the cost difference in better lens quality. The D screw drive would have focused by old film Nikkor lenses, but I thought it better to move to newer DX lenses with the amazing VR which didn’t exist when I used film.

Only grip is I would prefer a second dial, but the tilt screen was worth the compromise. I don’t bother using the ridiculously high 24mp image size, instead opting for ‘medium’ which is about 16mp which is more than enough. A very happy camper so far. After defecting from Nikon film SLRs to Fuji compact bridges a decade ago, now very pleased with the compact feel of the D and the images it produces with ergonomic ease.

DPReview gives higher ratings to the Nikon, both for image quality and for noise. But, when I see the data above, I see the exact opposite. Photographers from all walks of life will enjoy the dedicated space for distinguishing by client, family member, or person of interest, allowing for the management of people by merging, renaming, or deleting faces, or taking labelling suggestions from the AI assistant for grouping similar unnamed people.

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He has been an author on over manuscripts in the field of infectious diseases and has an extensive track record in infectious diseases research and practice covering clinical, laboratory and epidemiological aspects. And yet I still go into the menus to change things. Great review. One of the reasons why I bought this camera. Was on the fence last year to go Nikon FX with the D Glad I didn’t.

The 3rd recall on the was issued right around the same time I was looking at upgrading. Would the camera I bought had any issues? No idea, and I didn’t want to take that chance. Sony A7iii is in the works. And read or watch any review and I have yet to see a negative review on the A7iii.

As you know I prefer my Sony cameras. But I also have a Nikon D, and despite being one of the cameras recalled, mine has never had any of the problems for which the recalls were issued.

Nikon goes overboard on the recalls now, due to the bad publicity they had from the relatively wide spread black spot issue on the D Then, the trolls excoriated Nikon. Now the trolls complain because they recall. Go figure. At the time, I had a D I was looking to upgrade my body. I was interested in the D and the I was heading to a local camera store, well, 2 hours away, to get my hands on a since the wasn’t out yet and compare the size of both cameras and figure out my options.

I called Nikon USA and asked a rep when they were releasing the They had no idea. The local camera store had no ‘s in stock and they also didn’t know about the The week prior to all this I was looking at the And that’s when the 3rd recall came in. I just wish camera companies were not so secretive!! Now Nikon is doing the same with their mirrorless option. AZheaven, why waiting? I highly doubt it. Sony now has glass while Nikon doesn’t. Some rumors say Nikon’s mirrorless is postponed to After D this camera is something from the future.

And the most important is that I enjoy it immensely. I couldn’t say that about my Nikon which was a nightmare with its front- and back-focusing issues. Oh, and I am among the few who has no problems with Sony’s menus. It is like an Android smartphone – you take some time to customize it and then just enjoy the experience.

I’m only waiting until the holidays to see if there is a sale of some sorts. I’m not waiting for Nikon!! I’m making the switch. LOL I don’t have much confidence in what Nikon is going to offer. And I think Canon will be beating them to the punch anyway since rumor has it that they are currently field testing a full frame mirrorless camera. Don’t hear that at all in the Nikon forums. The people complaining about the menu system, even in the Sony?

I’m guessing they never heard of or used or tried to set up a VCR!! Are the new features worth the cost of upgrading? In this week’s episode of DPRTV, Chris and Jordan get to the bottom of what makes the two cameras different, and which might be right for you. Sony’s latest a7-series model is the most capable yet, but also the most expensive.

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Next page. Sony a7 III. Discuss in the forums See full product details Watch the video review View sample images. Support DPReview. Shop with. Sony a7 III results on Amazon. View Comments Comments All Please make Sony fix it! Passereau Gold reward for a camera with a shutter that breaks between 20k and 50k pictures? Its a joke!

Vit Adamek 😀 Perhaps it did not break during review?? Passereau Yes probably, but DPR say they perdiodically readjust final value from time to time.

Vit Adamek This is the first time I came across this claim. Vit Adamek But bit of google and I see what you mean. Passereau I was really disappointed the way this problem is managed.

Passereau Really? Anyway i really dislike the colors. Seizon Advertisement? It’s just a camera test. And I like the colors, by the way. But maybe that will be for the a7 IV. Read more reviews. Passereau Banding issues where on all cameras but seems to be filtered now, at least on Z6 and Z7 now it is for sure. Merlin82 i’ve noticed on my sony a7 iii some artefacts specially during long exposure,some points are blue or red , i read is called hot pixel,someone have same problem with this camera?

BMarley Thinking of shifting to Sony from Canon for some time now, would sony be coning up with an upgrade for the a7III anytime soon? MILC man I’ve put literally dozens of lenses on the a9, and I’ve never had a problem with anything that you posted there. WonderfulPY Please help me decide! Good Light! JWeissman How about better weather sealing? Is it better than A7II? SunnySailor Well done and very nice footage Joed Sony has just released a firmware update v2. Patrick Kristiansen Can anyone please tell me if the A7 iii has those occasional, annoying error messages occupying the entire viewfinder my A7 ii has?

Eg if the camera is set to AF-S of AF-C and you press the magnify button, an irritating message completely obscures the view, stating: “This operation or setting not available as follows: Focus mode, Single shot AF” It is not even allowed in “DMF” where the camera magnifies whenever you turn the focus ring Thematic This a joke? Jacques Cornell Regarding the listed weakness that “Flashes still don’t have red AF assist grid”, isn’t this true of ALL mirrorless cameras, and isn’t there a basic technical explanation for this?

DJohnny I know this reply is late, but this can be achieved using the Godox x1s transmitter. Jacques Cornell Djohnny – Thanks for the info. The x1 will likely not fire the assist beam on the Panasonic bodies. MikeFairbanks I’ve had the camera for a month. I came from a Canon 6D. The one thing I like better about Canon is the bokeh. It seemed more natural to me. MikeFairbanks Hautedawg: Funny you mention that. I did set the ceiling. Good advice. Jacques Cornell Good to know. Are you kidding me?

Jody Bruchon My understanding is that it is available I have experience from both caribien and Thailand. Need the gear to dry up in between. DavidBrother Olympus e-m1 series are really good in all climates. Sirandar Out of curiosity since this device can charge with USB C, does it have quick charging like some of the better cell phones have Thematic Yes and no Steen K Does anyone know if using the smart remote still disables picture profiles for video?

MikeFairbanks I ordered mine yesterday. I’ve been using Canon for ten years now, including dozens of professional jobs. Sorry Canon. It’s been great, but it’s time to move on. AZheaven I just delivered to a guy last week who sold all his Nikon gear, D, D and all Nikon glass and accessories and moved to all Sony. BazzzH Now just wait until he sees what kind of glass he’s gotten himself into. MikeFairbanks I’ve had the Sony for almost a year now. AZheaven BazzzH MikeFairbanks All of the big names make excellent bodies and glass.

But at the end of the day it’s on me. I have to make a good image. MikeFairbanks I think it means how long the camera takes to read the sensor when you are in electronic shutter mode. This is what I understand. I might not be close to what you have in mind, however. AZheaven Not worried about how many fps the A7iii does.

AZheaven armandino, and others can join in AZheaven armandino Thanks that’s amazing! Jody Bruchon I see it still has that nasty shelf-like Sony highlight rolloff.

 
 

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Send original quality photos and videos without any compression — but with maximum speed. Only share your photos and videos with the ones you love for total privacy control. Lens experience and suggestions: The A7III and the A7r series are capable of incredibly great detail, if you use good enough lenses. I am using most, the F4 Sony Zeiss My copy was poor, but I sent it back to Sony free and they made it excellent.

I have the Sony F2. I also have the F4 Smaller than the F2. Next, must have at least one lens you can use in low light. Very small. I use it for indoor at night casual shooting. These three lenses give you a full range very high quality kit, for not too much money. The 90 mm F2. I also love the F1. The stories I hear of people returning their lenses multiple times to get a good copy is worrying. I just wish the QC was higher. The mm was pretty bad at mm. Maybe I should have kept trying until I got “good copies”, but I didn’t want to waste all the time and effort for something that may never happen.

I am very happy for anyone who does get a good copy, but at the same time I am skeptical from my experience.

Some day I may get a metabones adapter for it. The Photo store where I do business has reported to me that in their experience, the problem of uneven copies of lenses was much greater a couple of years ago, and has in their experience been remedied.

My way of thinking is that the possibility of a poor copy is always there, no matter whose lenses. It’s a real, if annoying, part of getting your kit to be as you want it to be.

But if you don’t stick with it til you get it right, unfortunately, it is you who are the loser. Well, a Google search shows the truth. It showed OSV is a “known troll” in every forum. When looking at posts where lenses are tested, I am surprised how many bad tests there are, so some might actually return good lenses. If all the bad copies of lenses were not enough, now there are bad copies of the A7iii. We apologize for the inconvenience this has caused you.

We want you to know that we appreciate you bringing this to our attention. Please be advised that Sony is aware of this issue, and this has been forwarded to our engineering team in Japan already. Anyone who calls osv a troll is obviously a troll, but you put a cherry on the top by posting links and writing this: “If all the bad copies of lenses were not enough, now there are bad copies of the A7iii.

It was Sony that said there are bad copies of the A7iii. So you are accusing Sony of trolling Sony. Sony says there is a problem, you can’t deny that. EDIT: Geez! You both respond to comments made to the other and use the same tone. I’ve reported your post. I doubt it will do any good – I mean – the mastering light account is still active. I’ve been a member of this site for more than a decade and have posted literally hundreds of thousands of words.

Good luck trying to smear me with your crap. I hit a nerve. Google busted you. Google is great for digging up the truth and a quick search showed you and OSV are either same or work together. There are dozens and dozens of posts where you respond for each other, and also where both of you pounce on the same person or make the same argument.

No denying that. Google is your friend, and Google reveals the truth. With those Google search results, it as fair and accurate to say one of you is the other’s “puppet” or at least you work in tandem.

If you want sharp- add in the Voigtlander 65mm f2. It’s evil sharp. I’d add the loxia 21 and 85 to that list as well. I had to keep putting band aids on my fingers when I first shot with the 65mm it was so sharp. Now I just wear gloves. F4 Sony Zeiss ?

So you’re wasting the no-noise FF sensor with a dark lens that requires you to set ISO to levels that will be noisy. F4 is laughably slow. Bad glass. Many of his so called flaws are rubbish. The menu system is a bit complicated but has so many features packed in its heavily customisable. In two days time I am very comfortable using and finding what I need without problems. The function buttons are very useful and he actually tries to make it a flaw.

I used a couple of playmemories apps and some were very useful and lots of my friends used them. Expecting an unbiased article from such a person is like Hillary Clinton writing an unbiased critique of trumps presidency. Maybe you are naive in thinking the article is fair but to those of us who actually use the cameras most of his points are bs and its a poor attempt at taking a pot shot at a company that cost him money.

The only thing I really agree with are the sub par service of Sony which I agree with and the sub par weather sealing. The rest are non issues for most people who use the camera. It’s like everything else, it’s not absolute. The interface is usable but not as good as with some other cameras. It might be relative but you need to keep your comparisons within a product. Sure there are specialized sensors with more dynamic range but why should we care if they aren’t available in an ILC?

I’ll wager there are some satellite sensors that are even better. Should we compare the latest ILCs to them? I see you removed your comments about the sensor. If you have spent your savings into this camera, it’s doesn’t sound nice for you if we tell you that some aspects of the camera are not as good as others. All customers are like you, after they are invested into something, they can’t stand to acknowledge. A lot of people are exactly like you, that’s normal.

When a Sony A7 series camera is set up properly, you hardly have to visit the menues again. Real world use is a breeze, no matter hot summer days or freezing cold winter days or nights, when wearing gloves.

No matter small or large lenses. Such nay-sayers claim to be the best photographers around, but they will never show you anything from their work. Do I have implicit bias like every other human? Certainly, but I try to remain objective and rational. I’m certainly no apologist for Sony or any other brand. Each person has important and less important features that they want.

That’s why I take the opinion of someone who uses multiple systems brendon with more weight than someone who doesn’t most trolls. I will say that I find the custom buttons, my menu and user defined function menu to make the actual menus moot – once setup I don’t need to go to the menus. Judging from the complaints I’ve seen on the Sony forum, from users, a pattern of questionable QC is developing for this particular body.

And there are numerous I’d much rather buy the A7R lll or A9, not the A7 lll. Too many QC complaints. Unlike these two other bodies, the A7 lll is made in China which may be a contributing factor. You invested in Sony. Now you can’t stand when someone points out deficiencies. Don’t worry, that’s normal, anyone who is invested into a lens mount like to be reassured that he made the right decision, and hate to be proven wrong.

That’s basic buyer’s psychology that every marketer knows very well. On the other hand, it is commonly acknowledged that Sony mirrorless cameras have good sensors, small size, as well as poor ergonomics, poor menu system and flimsy construction quality.

Lol just owning something doesn’t mean squat! My friend bought a 6D Mk II some time back and he hated it and would never recommend it to anyone who asked him. The main people having a problem are armchair trolls like you who have never ever used the camera for any real period of time :P. I have had 3 Sony A7 series cameras and I can tell you ergonomics were great, menu system wasn’t the best of course but once I fully customized the camera it was never a problem and construction while not the best is still very good.

My 5d mk II has all the rubber parts fallen off after 95k shutters but that is considered a rugged body. I have used other brands, and even had to jump ship because of repeated malfunctions and breakdowns with a brand that is judged as top professional.

When you earn your money from photography, malfunction and repairs are much more expensive than just paying for repairs and replacements. I am pragmatic when it comes to camera gear: There is no perfect camera or camera system. You can whine, you can bash a brand like you do, over and over again , you can praise your brand like you do , or you can hope for the best – nothing will change the fact that the camera is exactly as it is! If it does the job, well, fine!

No need to go elsewhere. Ken Rockwell’s review stated, that once the Sony A7iii is set up properly you don’t need to access the menus anymore unless you need to tweak something.

It’s basically a yes expensive “point and shoot” camera once set up to ones liking. But I guess that can be said of any camera. I for now shoot a D I had to buy a secondary book on the to help get it setup properly. Nikons “manual” or whatever that worthless book was they include with the camera was a waste of money and a waste of time on my part.

And yet I still go into the menus to change things. Great review. One of the reasons why I bought this camera. Was on the fence last year to go Nikon FX with the D Glad I didn’t. The 3rd recall on the was issued right around the same time I was looking at upgrading.

Would the camera I bought had any issues? No idea, and I didn’t want to take that chance. Sony A7iii is in the works. And read or watch any review and I have yet to see a negative review on the A7iii. As you know I prefer my Sony cameras. But I also have a Nikon D, and despite being one of the cameras recalled, mine has never had any of the problems for which the recalls were issued.

Nikon goes overboard on the recalls now, due to the bad publicity they had from the relatively wide spread black spot issue on the D Then, the trolls excoriated Nikon.

Now the trolls complain because they recall. Go figure. At the time, I had a D I was looking to upgrade my body. I was interested in the D and the I was heading to a local camera store, well, 2 hours away, to get my hands on a since the wasn’t out yet and compare the size of both cameras and figure out my options. I called Nikon USA and asked a rep when they were releasing the They had no idea.

The local camera store had no ‘s in stock and they also didn’t know about the The week prior to all this I was looking at the And that’s when the 3rd recall came in. I just wish camera companies were not so secretive!! Now Nikon is doing the same with their mirrorless option.

AZheaven, why waiting? I highly doubt it. Sony now has glass while Nikon doesn’t. Some rumors say Nikon’s mirrorless is postponed to After D this camera is something from the future. And the most important is that I enjoy it immensely. I couldn’t say that about my Nikon which was a nightmare with its front- and back-focusing issues. Oh, and I am among the few who has no problems with Sony’s menus. It is like an Android smartphone – you take some time to customize it and then just enjoy the experience.

I’m only waiting until the holidays to see if there is a sale of some sorts. I’m not waiting for Nikon!! I’m making the switch. LOL I don’t have much confidence in what Nikon is going to offer. And I think Canon will be beating them to the punch anyway since rumor has it that they are currently field testing a full frame mirrorless camera.

Don’t hear that at all in the Nikon forums. The people complaining about the menu system, even in the Sony? I’m guessing they never heard of or used or tried to set up a VCR!! Are the new features worth the cost of upgrading? In this week’s episode of DPRTV, Chris and Jordan get to the bottom of what makes the two cameras different, and which might be right for you.

Sony’s latest a7-series model is the most capable yet, but also the most expensive. Take a trip in the wayback machine and watch our review of the Sony a7 III. Yet, they’re two of the most popular enthusiast models available today. Watch Chris and Jordan duke it out over which one is best. Planning to treat yourself to a new full-frame camera this holiday season?

Sigma’s been on a roll with their mirrorless Art series lenses. Does the new 24mm F1. It brings a new, 25MP sensor and bit 4K capture at up to p. We’ve put it to the test, both in the studio and out in the field. In our tests it delivers big performance and offers a few good reasons why you might choose a 12th-Gen Intel laptop over a Mac.

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We’ve just posted our page review of the Nikon D Add an articulated rear LCD and the ability to output uncompressed video and you’ve got the makings of a very promising camera. Does the D live up to its potential in real-world use? Click through to read our in-depth review. We’ve just added ten pages of content to our hands-on preview of the 24MP Nikon D, representing our progress so far towards the completion of a full review.

As well as a complete breakdown of the options available in the camera’s menu system we’ve added our full complement of studio tests, including resolution, noise and dynamic range, and a small gallery of ‘real world’ samples.

Click through for a link to the page preview. We’ve added the Nikon D to our database of studio comparison images. We’re in the process of running a production D through our studio tests, so wanted to present the results of our standard test scene. These shots are also available from other reviews and the standalone tool click ‘Review Comparison Tool’ link in the site’s Reviews menu.

We’ll be adding a complete set of studio and real-world sample images in the coming days but, in the meantime, click through to see how the D stacks against the competition. Sigma’s been on a roll with their mirrorless Art series lenses. Does the new 24mm F1. It brings a new, 25MP sensor and bit 4K capture at up to p. We’ve put it to the test, both in the studio and out in the field.

In our tests it delivers big performance and offers a few good reasons why you might choose a 12th-Gen Intel laptop over a Mac. Canon’s high end APS-C mirrorless camera has plenty of compelling features, but is it worth the price? Jordan took it on vacation to find out.

But is it enough to outclass the competition? We dive deep to find out where it excels and what it’s like to fly. These capable cameras should be solid and well-built, have both speed and focus for capturing fast action and offer professional-level image quality. What’s the best camera for shooting landscapes? High resolution, weather-sealed bodies and wide dynamic range are all important. In this buying guide we’ve rounded-up several great cameras for shooting landscapes, and recommended the best.

If you’re looking for the perfect drone for yourself, or to gift someone special, we’ve gone through all of the options and selected our favorites. Although a lot of people only upload images to Instagram from their smartphones, the app is much more than just a mobile photography platform.

In this guide we’ve chosen a selection of cameras that make it easy to shoot compelling lifestyle images, ideal for sharing on social media. Two of the GPUs are designed for workstation desktops, while a third is for laptops. This second-generation adapter is smaller, faster and quieter than its predecessor. Midwest Photo was burgled late last week after a stolen truck broke through the store’s front entrance.

The store is in the progress of recovering from the damage and stolen goods. Photographers should be on the lookout for any suspicious product listings online. Travel with Peter to see how he shoots, and view some of the spectacular photos he captures along the way. Includes sample gallery. We go hands-on with Sigma’s latest ‘Digital Native’ wide-angle lenses for L-mount and Sony E-mount cameras to see what features they have and what sets them apart from the rather limited competition.

Sony has announced in-camera forgery-proof photo technology for its a7 IV mirrorless camera. The technology, aimed at corporate users, cryptographically signs images in-camera to detect future pixel modification and tampering. It uses tracks, cords and hooks to store your gear flat against the wall without hiding it from view. The new Sigma 24mm F1. Check out our sample gallery to see how sharp it is, as well as how it handles flare, chromatic aberrations and sunstars. Sigma’s new 20mm F1.

Chris and Jordan run through their absolute favorite lenses for Sony E-Mount, including both Sony lenses and third party options. Nikon has released the financial results for the first quarter of its fiscal year, revealing increased year-over-year revenue and profits.

Alfie Cameras is launching its Alfie TYCH next month on Kickstarter, but before then it needs beta testers to see how its triple lens half-frame camera performs. NASA is preparing for a simulated Mars mission that will house four crew members in a module on Earth. The crew will remotely control drones and rovers to collect rock samples on a simulated Mars. Skypersonic, a remote control drone company, is supplying mission-critical technology as part of the mission.

The explosion created one of the most energetic short-duration gamma-ray bursts ever observed. The Tamron Lens Utility Mobile app is set to launch later this year. The app will let you use your compatible Android device to control, customize and update compatible Tamron lenses without the need for a computer.

The images, which appear to be screenshots from a press briefing, reveal some of the details of the forthcoming lens. The Peter McKinnon camera tool features a patent-pending design that features integrated Phillips and flathead drivers, as well as extendable arms capable of holding four other bits that can be swapped out to fit your needs.

Nikon has updated the firmware for its Nikkor Z 50mm F1. Is this good or bad for the industry, and what are the long-term implications?

 

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