I currently use an Olympus E-410 with three lenses and a flash unit. I do mostly air show and racing photography. I've recently been looking at the Canon EOS 60D and the Nikon D7000. Would it be a good idea to upgrade or should I stick with what I have?
I shoot some video with the Nikon D800 which outputs H.264 and I wanted to edit it in FCP. Tried to import it, drag it into both the browser and timeline, but it wouldn't take. Ironically the clip plays in Quicktime 7 player but in FCP I keep getting the "File Unknown" message. Any suggestions?
I am learning to use a Nikon D5100 & I cannot activate the HDR mode from the shooting menu. It says "HDR cannot be activated with the current settings or camera state". I'm using 18-55 & 55-200 lens.
I'm looking into getting my first DSLR and I'm trying to pick out which camera to go with. While features are nice, I don't need a surplus of camera features that I will never use. At this point, just enough features to take nice pics with, and to take advantage of what I do have.
Naturally, I'm looking at Nikon and Canon, but still am not sure which of those to go with. Any recommendations?
I'm not able to find any of the S9300's in stores or online...Has there been an announcement of release date and/or shipping date??
I've got a Nikon D40x currently from quite a number of years ago. Is it too outdated and should I start getting into photography by getting a new body first, or should I just get a few lenses to play around with first?
I'm looking to get a DSLR in the $600-700 price range for Christmas, and it's very important that it can take good 1080p videos.
So now I don't know wether I should go for the Nikon D5100 or the Canon 600D.
Of course shooting still images is also very important.
I've narrowed my search for cameras down to the 550D or the D5100. I went through the reviews on DPReview and they both come very close to each other. They fit my needs and my budget perfectly so I'm ready to just order one of them. Before I do this though my last thing to check into is why someone might choose Nikon over Canon or the vice versa. For those of you who have used both or went through the same process why did you choose one over the other?
Looking to replace a several year old Canon that served me well. Don't want to spend more than $300 and prefer to spend between $200-$250.
I'm in the market for a new camera, which one would you get. The Panasonic GF3, Olympus E PL-3, or the Sony NEX-C3. I also considering waiting for the successor to the NEX-5 or for Canon & Nikon's future mirror less options. I want to buy the camera around September. What do you guys recommend?
Or another brand ? I've been using my sister's Canon EOS 400D and my Lumix FZ18 until now.