Jazmin Million 9:50pm, 5 March 2009
For anyone with a D700,D3 or D3X,

anyone have beef with that?

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PVA_1964 PRO 9 years ago
D3s OK too?
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mausgabe PRO 9 years ago
Only if I get it when you're done with it! (I tried one + 70-200 VR II -- wow!)
Jazmin Million 9 years ago
how did u get ur d3s so fast?
PVA_1964 PRO 9 years ago
I know people....

OK. I actually am a training specialist for Nikon, Inc. (USA). So i get my hands on new gear a bit earlier than most so I can figure our how to get the people in the stores trained answer your questions.
Jazmin Million 9 years ago
Any full frame Nikon camera talk is welcome in this pool.

Thanks for the d3s post and the photo!
mausgabe PRO Posted 9 years ago. Edited by mausgabe (member) 9 years ago
Should we have photo posting limits now?

31 photos of one or two sessions by the same photographer (FX at least) is a bit much: if we're interested in seeing more examples, we'll jump over to someone's stream and browse further.

A limit of 1 to 6 a day would offset this (if it's a recurring issue).
Jazmin Million 9 years ago
i will make it five ok?
mausgabe PRO Posted 9 years ago. Edited by mausgabe (member) 9 years ago
Sounds good to me. Thx!
astockglausner 8 years ago
I have a question. I just moved into a new portrait studio in Temecula and I have a studio that is about 16 feet deep. My primary business is as a youth sports and school photographer in San Diego, but we just got the studio and are doing a lot more studio work. I'm thinking I should get a full frame camera, like the D700, but what is the best lens(s)? Do I get a prime lens? Right now I have 5 Fuji S5's, 2 S3's, 2 D200's and a couple of Canons. Do I need the D700 for just studio work? I love the video on the 5d but the Nikon seems to have a slight edge on some of the other features. I am thinking of renting the D700 and maybe the 5D for a weekend with a couple of lenses to see what they feel like in the studio.

Or, am I just fine shooting with the S5's, which are great portrait cameras, but I am a little limited with the 16 foot deep studio. 16 total feet, meaning once you get a tripod and backdrop stands, etc, it is even smaller. Any pointers?
mausgabe PRO Posted 8 years ago. Edited by mausgabe (member) 8 years ago
I suspect we'll answer your identical post in another thread.
(A new topic / thread would have been better.)
I have a Nikon D90. Can I watch and learn?
Volkan Donbaloğlu 8 years ago
no, you cant :)
of course you can
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