OK, Let me have it :)
Gear is Nikon V1 with the 10-30mm lens on a Nikon ED82, 30mm e/p
It's uncropped @ 1386mm (I think) and no post-processing
Main problem was I didn't have a remote or cable-release, so I got very few worth keeping.
These are the current body-only prices these cameras can be found at
D7100 for £768
D5300 for £729
D5200 for £389
Which would you go with for bird photography and digiscoping? I'm in the very early stages - the D7100 seems like a camera you could grow into as your skills increase. I like the...
For those who don't know yet these updates allow Continuous AF when using DSLR lenses on the Nikon 1
Can someone give some guidance using the SW80ED as a prime on the V1 (Paul, I mistakenly asked you about attaching a compact - it's the V1 I have)
I do have some bits and pieces for attaching a Nikon D5000 to the SW scope if that helps (bought, but not used - long story)
I'm on a limited budget for a compact pair of Bins it seems to come down to these two
I can get the Nature's for £49 and the Travelites for £79
Which should I go for or do you have a recommendation for for a sub-£100 pair?
I've posted a question about connecting up this equipment in the adapter sub-forum, but really the question could be in any of 4 forums here. Could anyone with knowledge of any of this gear offer offer some advice on this thread please
I have just ordered a Nikon 1 V1 from Amazon (£226 atm) and want to mate it up to my Nikon ED50 (second hand, but new to me) The scope came with a 27x Wide MC. It would be very expensive to buy a DSA-N1 and a 27x DS but I like the simple 'fixed' nature of that setup and don't really want to get...
Hi - I'm looking into two similar techniques for poor man's macro using reversing rings. In the first instance a prime lens (say 50mm) is simply reversed and in the second method a lens like 18-55mm is coupled to a prime
In both cases the techniques refer to using a 'normal' prime, which is...
Hi, I've ended up here after reading many, many threads and articles all over the net on digiscoping
It's been really inspiring looking at photos by some talented people using the Skywatcher 80ED and I've decided this is the route I'd like to take too. I was given a Nikon D5000 for Christmas...