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    Dead Battery Syndrome in D90 or D300

    I was wondering if Nikon has fixed the Dead Battery Syndrome that plagued Nikon D300 users up thru 2008. Also has anyone had a DBS problem with the D90. I have been thinking about upgrading my D70s but not if DBS is still a problem. Thanks, Dan
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    Which is better for a protection filter, a UV or a Skylight and why?

    The title says it all. Which is better a UV filter or a Skylight filter and why? Thanks, Dan
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    teleconverter question

    I am pretty new at this digital stuff so I have a lot of dumb questions but here goes. Can a Nikon lens be used successfully with a Sigma TC and can a Sigma lens be used with a Nikon TC? I'm thinking of a 1.4. Thanks, Dan
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    Which is best new camera or new lens?

    I put this question somewhere else and I think it should be here. Sorry about that but here it is again. I have a Nikon D70S with a 70-300 VR AF-s lens. It takes good pictures but not great. I want pictures that pop and are sharp. Would I be better off to buy a new body say a D90 or a new...
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    Which is best new camera or new lens?

    Hi. I have a Nikon D70S with a 70-300 VR AF-S. It takes adequate pictures but not great ones. I want pictures that pop and are sharp. Would I be better off to invest in a new body, say a D90 or a new lens say a 300 f4 AF-s? Thanks, Dan
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    New member

    I have no idea what I'm doing on this forum. I'm not sure I can figure out how to post or reply. I do however enjoy birds and know something about them. I live in Northwest Montana and would enjoy hearing from anyone who knows any good spots in the area for birding. One can never have too...
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