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Old 13-11-2015, 18:13   #1 (permalink)
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I have just got me another camera with 3 lenses can you help me what to use them for as iv never used changeable lenses be for
1st is Nikon 35 f/1.8
2nd is NIKKOR AF-S DX 18-55-F3.5-5.6 VR
3rd is NIKKOR AF-F DX 55-200 F/4-5.6VR
The first thing I was looking for was to take portraits in a small studio im trying to set up I think the 1st won is the one but haven't got a clue.
would like to try portraits of like, down ton abbey that's on the telly hope I've got the program right.
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The 1st lens (35mm) could be your standard view lens, the 2nd lens (18-55mm) would be your go anywhere zoom lens which would be useful in a studio for potraiture, and the 3rd lens (55-200mm) would be a good lens for some types of wild life photography, if you know nothing about photography then it may be a good idea to join a camera club! Trying to tell somebody about something they know very little about can be hard to do with a few sentences on here, however the camera you have bought and the lenses you have mentioned in my eyes could be called a complete outfit, getting back to the camera it is a very easy camera to understand and to use, but you really do need somebody to sit down with you just to explain the basics....
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Old 13-11-2015, 21:47   #3 (permalink)
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Re: Nikon d3200

Agree with Des - but if you have enough room in your studio the 55-200 will make a good portrait lens too.

You can also use the 18-55, but I would not go below 35mm on the zoom. Using wide angle lenses for portraits will usually result in unflattering distortions, and on your camera anything under 35mm is wide angle.
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Have been doing research on utube on the net,( how to use Nikon d3200 with lenses) and they show me all the way to set the camera minuses, but haven't had my camera delivered yet hope its Saturday if not it will be Monday, im 77 with great patience, but you have helped. The clubs I've tried don't seem to talk about cameras only showing pictures in contests, the courses in collages only seem use computers to learn you in Photoshop, I seem to be stuck in the middle of it all, this is a great site and a lot of people have help me in the past.
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Thanks Tigerbarb - but keep looking for a club that will meet your needs. My club's oldest member was 82 and we taught him a bit of Photoshop although he knew about photography. Maybe there is a beginners class in your local college - I know my local one has one that is about 6 or 9 weeks

We have a few members in our club that are in your position and we help them to understand and get the best use from their cameras. There must be a similar club that you can get to. Good though Pixalo is, better is to actually speak to someone directly. Posting is cumbersome in comparison.
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Hi Graham
My conservatory is about 12ff x 6ft it would be nice if it was 12x12ft but its a bit too small to fit nicely, a back drop two soft boxes and another light a chair and a plant stand and a portrait ??? but have to learn its my hobby now.
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I have a 9 by 12 and it's not enough for me. I love to take close up portraits with the telephoto. Gives that wonderful background so nice a soft. Just take lots of pictures,,,take a few notes on what you like and what you did to get there. Post a picture and talk about your process and ask a question. People love to talk about the whole bag of carrots. I am not quiet 70 but I do remember the day I started my hobby.
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My conservatory is about 12ff x 6ft it would be nice if it was 12x12ft but its a bit too small to fit nicely, a back drop two soft boxes and another light a chair and a plant stand and a portrait ??? but have to learn its my hobby now.
12x6 is on the small size but it will give you a start. Headroom is also important as you will ideally need to get a light higher than your subjects head, so if someone is standing 10-12 feet is good.

We have a studio at my camera club that is about 20x30 feet and occasionally it feels small!
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Old 14-11-2015, 14:38   #9 (permalink)
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Re: Nikon d3200

As mentioned focal lengths upwards of 35mm on this camera work best, but also the subject matter should be considered. Head & shoulders would do better with 80mm+, whole torseau say 50mm. Stand at what you feel a comfortable distance from your subject and then frame with the most suitable lens / focal length. As Graham mentioned wide angle lenses are possible but unflattering, and a simple way to check this is by how comfortable you feel looking at someone from the same distance without the camera before your eyes.

If possible you could stand outside the conservatory in order to get more depth. I've often taken shots from outside the room where my subject is, so that I can achieve a better perspective. This works fine with ambient lighting, but when you start to introduce flashes into the game, you then realise the need for (wireless) triggers.
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Re: Nikon d3200

Thank you, I will go thru all this info time and time again to really get into it, was disappointed today, as my camera pack hasten arrived, so got to wait till Monday.:bang head: when I receive I will sort out the numbers on the lenses and try to sort it all out.
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What would be the best memory for this camera as there isn't one that came with it.
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What would be the best memory for this camera as there isn't one that came with it.
I always use Sandisk or Lexar. Buy from a reputable source to avoid fakes.

I use 7 day shop or My Memory - whoever is cheaper. My Memory is post free.
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Hi Graham
Got two new 16gb ones my memory cards , now have a problem fitting my Cokin p filters on the Nikon
d3200 camera. the lenses I have, are on the top of this program do you know what filter holder would do it for me,
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You will need an adaptor ring that matches the lens. The filter size should be engraved on the lens somewhere. It is often indicated with a 0 with a line through it.

I looked on the Nikon web site and found that all of these lenses accept 52mm filters, so this is the size of the adaptor ring that you need for the Cokin filter holder.
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Thanks Graham I looked on ebay and found about the adaptor ring and you are spot on as I looked through all my filters I found the adaptor ring 52mm it fits the Nikon lenses, I must have about 60 filters for my Fuji camera so im please with it. I have not tried the Nikon yet as I seems a bit complicated, for me, the flash is sb-600 Nikon Speedlight flash and don't understand that either, it makes it interesting though. Thank you.
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D3200 is a fine little camera. I own one in addition to my D800. I like how quiet the shutter is on the camera.

Sounds like you've got a nice starting kit with that body, lenses and flash. I think I would live with that 35mm on it much of the time..
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The D810 has a very quiet shutter - and an extra quiet mode too....
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The D810 has a very quiet shutter - and an extra quiet mode too....
Yeah the 800 has a quiet shutter mode too. Which I don't use..

I have to admit ignorance, and I presume it slows things down. Not sure why else they'd have both modes available and not just make it quiet full time..

I'm not going to bite on the 810 though. If I upgrade bodies at this point it will be to buy a second pro body (D5)
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The extra quiet mode on the 810 is the shutter releases on the shutter press and you hold the button down. When you release the button the mirror returns, so you separate the two actions.

Much as I admire the D4/D5s, they offer more than I need. I bet the D900, D810s - or whatever it will be called will have much of the D5 features for less than half the cost.
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The extra quiet mode on the 810 is the shutter releases on the shutter press and you hold the button down. When you release the button the mirror returns, so you separate the two actions.

Much as I admire the D4/D5s, they offer more than I need. I bet the D900, D810s - or whatever it will be called will have much of the D5 features for less than half the cost.

Oh it's more camera than I need too. I suspect it's more camera than 99% of photographers "NEED".

Except for the frame rate. The high frame rate would be wonderful. 4FPS (5 with battery grip) Is pokey when you are machine-gunning for a shot..

But I'm still so happy to have my D800, I haven't even come close to coveting something else yet. I'm just saying - if I was in the position to do it, I'd probably consider it..
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frame rate might be a good reason to go with a D500 I suppose.
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I can vouch for the quiet shutter on the D810, as Dabs and I compared them last year, and I was really impressed with the quietness of the shutter in standard/normal setting - a definite difference from the D800 - not Leica silent but much quieter than any mirrored SLR I know. Pretty nigh inaudible when using the 'Quiet Mode' setting on top. This with it's improved frames per second make it attractive as an all round camera (i.e. more FPS in both FX and DX mode and still a good 16Mp equivalent sensor using DX). As attractive as the D810 is it was not enough for me to switch just yet, and as Dabs points out a D900? is likely to incorporate a lot of goodies from the D5 - hopefully the focussing, plus I would expect the the sensor would be further improved to give even more dynamic range than the current D810, which is already very good.
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Good stuff to know. I could see maybe in 2-3 more years buying the successor to the 810. But I'm at this point more interested in new glass. It'll always be a D800 which is not so shabby.
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