• Nikon D3200 vs Nikon D5100?

    I’m just a beginner and I’m looking for a decent camera to use. At first I was looking at the D3200 and found some but I came across the D5100 and I thought it was a newer camera but it came out before the D3200. The D5100 has lower megapixels so the pictures won’t come out as clear I think or sharp enough? I was... show more
    I’m just a beginner and I’m looking for a decent camera to use. At first I was looking at the D3200 and found some but I came across the D5100 and I thought it was a newer camera but it came out before the D3200. The D5100 has lower megapixels so the pictures won’t come out as clear I think or sharp enough? I was planning on getting the D5100 but I’m not so sure because it has lower megapixels. The higher the megapixels the better the picture will come out, so should I get the D3200 or just stick with the D5100??
    9 answers · 3 days ago
  • How long would it take to Save up for a professional camera?

    Best answer: 2weeks for me
    Best answer: 2weeks for me
    5 answers · 16 hours ago
  • Canon 80D left on sleep mode for 24 hours. Is that harmful?

    Maybe I'm just a hypochondriac but I left my Canon 80D on standby or sleep mode by accident for about 24 hours. Do you think that could of harmed my NEW camera in anyway?
    Maybe I'm just a hypochondriac but I left my Canon 80D on standby or sleep mode by accident for about 24 hours. Do you think that could of harmed my NEW camera in anyway?
    9 answers · 5 days ago
  • Camera that has been 'customer returned'?

    I found a camera that I like, for a cheaper price. It is cheaper because it is "untested, customer return" Does that mean it is faulty , or the previous customer just didn't like it? Thank you
    I found a camera that I like, for a cheaper price. It is cheaper because it is "untested, customer return" Does that mean it is faulty , or the previous customer just didn't like it? Thank you
    15 answers · 1 week ago
  • Digitalising an old 35mm?

    I have an old minolta, and I've been thinking about digitalising it. My best idea is to get a miniature camera (which you can get for cheap on ebay), take it apart, replace the shutter trigger (on the mini camera) with a light sensor, so everytime light is detected it takes a photo. Is my idea fast enough and... show more
    I have an old minolta, and I've been thinking about digitalising it. My best idea is to get a miniature camera (which you can get for cheap on ebay), take it apart, replace the shutter trigger (on the mini camera) with a light sensor, so everytime light is detected it takes a photo. Is my idea fast enough and will it work?
    15 answers · 1 week ago
  • Has anyone else had this issue before?

    Best answer: We all make decisions we regret.

    That's part of life.

    Learn the lesson and move on.
    Best answer: We all make decisions we regret.

    That's part of life.

    Learn the lesson and move on.
    5 answers · 6 days ago
  • Sony a6000 price raised?

    Why the the Sony a6000 price suddenly raise? It was $500~ before, but now it s 650~!
    Why the the Sony a6000 price suddenly raise? It was $500~ before, but now it s 650~!
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • Need help finding the perfect DSLR camera!?

    Okay so basically, I have been wanting to buy the perfect DSLR camera for my passion of photography and also for my a level art coursework, however I’m not very experienced in the sense of finding the perfect camera. I’m on a slight budget of about £400 for the camera since I’m in full time education and only have... show more
    Okay so basically, I have been wanting to buy the perfect DSLR camera for my passion of photography and also for my a level art coursework, however I’m not very experienced in the sense of finding the perfect camera. I’m on a slight budget of about £400 for the camera since I’m in full time education and only have a part time job. So I need help finding a DSLR which takes great quality photos (the clearer the better), also comes with a camera lens, and I would prefer for it to have WiFi so that I can send photos to my Mac or my phone. Thank you to anyone that helps!! (Also this is random but I have a MacBook which only has USB-C ports, so I can’t put in an SD card or a USB cable, so does anyone have any recommendations on how I can deal with this issue?)
    8 answers · 1 week ago
  • I dropped my leica d- lux camera and the lens now cannot retract and the base is bent. Is it repairable and if so, how much will it cost?

    Best answer: Check your home contents insurance - you may be able to claim for the cost of the repair. If not, contact Leica directly - if you go via a camera shop they'll add their own markup to the price.
    Best answer: Check your home contents insurance - you may be able to claim for the cost of the repair. If not, contact Leica directly - if you go via a camera shop they'll add their own markup to the price.
    4 answers · 6 days ago
  • Nikon D70 DSLR Flash will not Fire why?

    Camera just arrived today, using Nikon 35mm f=1:2.8 Manual Lens focus is in Manual how do I test built in Flash to see if it works I attached a Vivitar 283 Flash works good when using pop up flash shutter will not take any pictures. I need real help here.
    Camera just arrived today, using Nikon 35mm f=1:2.8 Manual Lens focus is in Manual how do I test built in Flash to see if it works I attached a Vivitar 283 Flash works good when using pop up flash shutter will not take any pictures. I need real help here.
    6 answers · 1 week ago
  • What do you think I should buy for portraits and indoor wedding reception video? (Canon 50mm f1.4 or 80mm f1.8)?

    I am shooting on a Canon 80D (crop sensor) which means the focal length (rather the field of view) will be similar to 80mm and 135mm on a full frame camera. My budget is around $350-$400 and I m trying to see the best I can get at that range. I m going to be using it for portraits, and filming indoor wedding... show more
    I am shooting on a Canon 80D (crop sensor) which means the focal length (rather the field of view) will be similar to 80mm and 135mm on a full frame camera. My budget is around $350-$400 and I m trying to see the best I can get at that range. I m going to be using it for portraits, and filming indoor wedding receptions--the speeches & toasts. Things to consider: Build quality Bokeh AF speed AF accuracy What’s your experience, and what would you recommend? Thanks!
    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • Hello I was wondering if you could help me I just bought a Canon EOS Rebel t6i i need some help?

    Hello I was wondering if you could help me I just bought a Canon EOS Rebel t6i and I'm trying to figure out how to set it up to use strobe lights in a studio I tried an adapter piece and I tried a wireless piece is there something on the menu that needs to be changed if there is a website you can send me to... show more
    Hello I was wondering if you could help me I just bought a Canon EOS Rebel t6i and I'm trying to figure out how to set it up to use strobe lights in a studio I tried an adapter piece and I tried a wireless piece is there something on the menu that needs to be changed if there is a website you can send me to that has information I can't find anything in the manual thank you
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • Which camera is better: An old General Imaging x500 Digital Camera or an iPhone 7 front camera?

    It looks like an iPhone only offers 7 MP while this camera boasts 16 MP but this camera is so old and looks worse at least on its own screen. I’m confused
    It looks like an iPhone only offers 7 MP while this camera boasts 16 MP but this camera is so old and looks worse at least on its own screen. I’m confused
    9 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • I just bought my first Digital Camera. Nikon D70 61 MP DSLR was that a good selection if not why not.?

    Best answer: Excellent! What I love about it is its ability to AF with any autofocus F-mount lens even if its not AF-S or AF-I. I also appreciate the two wheels, one each for aperture and shutter control. What I hate about it is the tendency to misread CF cards. I opened up mine (bought secondhand) and discovered the ribbon... show more
    Best answer: Excellent!

    What I love about it is its ability to AF with any autofocus F-mount lens even if its not AF-S or AF-I. I also appreciate the two wheels, one each for aperture and shutter control. What I hate about it is the tendency to misread CF cards. I opened up mine (bought secondhand) and discovered the ribbon cable was loose (lock was already broken) so I reinserted it back and taped it in place. So far, so good. I m planning to buy a second D70 to take over the duties of my flash-disabled D50 which I plan to convert to IR.
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Hi, I just bought a Polaroid Rainbow camera. The red shutter button is stuck or jammed down and I can't click it.?

    Is there anything I can do to fix it or is it just broke. I have been looking all day for answers and couldn't find anything for this problem. Hope someone can help. Thanks
    Is there anything I can do to fix it or is it just broke. I have been looking all day for answers and couldn't find anything for this problem. Hope someone can help. Thanks
    8 answers · 2 weeks ago