Discussion in 'Nikon' started by blurrist, Jul 5, 2018.
Thanks iansurita. Me too, in passion with these tiny flowers.
I have a Pronea, but haven't tried it. Does that count as DX?
Practically, I've never thought Pronea still works. More than happy to see any photo from it. I've heard someone attached it with 14-24mm lens. Without any further ado, show your pictures pls.
Nikon D50, still a capable camera if its a bright sunny day and you don't crop much. AF better than some newer cameras. Stokes Adobe, 50mm Nikkor.
Older D70s with newer 35mm f1.8 DX lens, taken last year. Art Gallery of Alberta
Nice work Robert
Not my best work, but a Pronea 6i with badly expired Kodak Gold 400. These were shot and developed last fall. I went against my normal principles and had the lab scan these as I don't have a good way to scan it myself
The next time I try this camera, I'm going to dial in +1 or +2 EC to compensate for the fact that the film for it isn't getting any younger.
The first was taken with the 24-70 kit lens-an oddball screwdriver focusing lens that sticks way back into the camera and actually was Nikon's first "G" lens(even though not labeled as such). The second was with the 14-24 f/2.8.
All AF, AF-D, AF-S, and presumably AF-I lenses are compatible with this camera with no limitations on focus or exposure, although "E" apertures will be stuck at the largest aperture and of course AF-P is out. Also, if using a VR lens, turn VR off as it won't function but will drain the batteries.
Another with my D300, 28mm iso 200 @ f5
I am using this Nikon more and more lately and loving it.
4 Seasons bedroom lamp
I really love the old style it produces
My error. The caption should read “4 Muses bedroom lamp” not Seasons
Single blade of grass standing out in a patch of sunlight among moss and leaves and shadows, and fence behind, in Autumn in Pennsylvania
- Nikon D1H
- Fotodiox M645-to-Nik;
- Sekor C 110mm f/2.8 (M645)
For me, old school DX goes back to the days of the D1/D2/D100 series of cameras... so this one here is from many years ago, shot on a Nikon D1. Printed at 16x20 and hanging in the client's office.
Swamp Grass in Blue and Green Ice #1 (D1H)
- Nikon D1H
- Nikkor AF-S 55-300mm f/4.5-5.6 G DX VR
- LR 6
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