Photography is one of my hobbies. Right now I own a Nikon D60 camera with a bunch of lenses, including a 18-200mm f/3.5-5.6 all-round lens which is mounted on the camera most of the time. While I’m quite happy with the quality and possibilities of the combination, it wasn’t entirely what I was searching for. This is mostly caused by the Nikon D300 camera my dad owns: it focuses much more intuitively, responds quicker than my D60 does and doesn’t fill pictures with noise when I use any ISO higher than 400. This is why I decided to upgrade to a D300s body, together with a new sharp and fast lens, the AF-S Nikkor 24-70mm f/2.8G ED.
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Those are some beautiful shots! I’d love to get my hands on that setup (as a complete novice) and play with it
[...] my last blog post I talked about my near-future camera plans, specifically about the plan to upgrade my camera. Right [...]
Hi Peter! Have you got more photography work online somewhere? Would love to see your pictures. Somehow, web folks often tend to have a thing for photography as well, interesting