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D7000 vs D600
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October 4, 2012
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i had d7000 for a good month, then upgraded to d600 full frame. i dont know if i did a good choice or not.

Oksana, what do you think?

October 5, 2012
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Did you watched my video Lesson21 – Full Frame (FX) vs Crop Sensor (DX)? It all depends what your needs are. D600 is a new camera, so I didn’t get chance to get my hands on it. From what I know D600 has a lower noise at higher ISO and image quality is also better. I think it is useful to have both cropped and full sensor, if you can effort both. Also good lenses are important, maybe in some cases even more important when camera.
I would like to know what do you think. I would not be surprise that you might not even notice a difference, if you don’t have too much experience.

October 5, 2012
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yes, i watched all(21) your lessons. well, the camera is bigger and heavier. plus my lens 35mm became a “35mm”. pictures are great. and about two cameras, i exchanged d7000 to d600. so i got d600

October 5, 2012
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I think you will be happy with it. Now invest in some good glass and you good to go. What kind of photography do you like to do?
Can you please share some pics from your new camera with us?

October 6, 2012
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yes, i will share some pics as soon as i get a few good of them.
night clubs and kids. i just started.
Q: please explain in your lesson, how to use flash at night. how to adjust the power of the flash?

October 6, 2012
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Yes… flash is something that remains unexplored for me as well. Which speed light do you uses, Oksana?
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October 7, 2012
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if you would shortly explain, it’d be great. btw, im really happy with d600.

October 9, 2012
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I use Nikon SB800. I will try to make a video about soon.

October 9, 2012
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Hi All,

May I suggest you logon to Youtube and do a search on the following “SB700 Tutorial” and “SB800 tutorial” there are quite a few on there. Look at some of the longer timed ones and make some selections, download your favorites and you will have a library built in no time. I currently hold in my Photography Tutorials Directory, 1,600 mp4 Movie files broken up into 85 Sub-directory folders (85GB of data LOL). Easyexposure is one of the 85 in her own sub-directory. There is a wealth of knowledge out there and it is not hard to find.

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October 9, 2012
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Thanks Ian. I, also, maintain a library of video tutorials. Nowhere as extensive as yours. I copy the Youtube (or any) html site and use it as a link to the movie. Just drag the little icon in front of the html address at the top of the screen to your desktop and then move to a folder of your choice. This is only about 60 bytes (very small) for any length movie. I’ve never lost a tutorial and it sure saves a lot of hard drive space doing it this way.

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October 26, 2012
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I want to jump on this “flash lesson” request too.
I just got myself a new D600 and I’m considering either the speedlight SB900 or SB910. But I must confess my knowledge regarding flash use and features is very limited..
If you could fine time out of your busy schedule and make us a video/educate me (us) would be greatly appreciated.

thanks Oksana

December 22, 2012
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newukr;
Of couse you did the imagen procesor is speed 3 and huge mp, howwver I am waiting for the D5200 becouse is speed 3 and 24 mp, I had the oportunite to test D3200, and almost no noise you can crop more or less as a FX with a huge saving cost.
But as Oksana said it depend if you are a business photographer an FX always is better no matter Nikon , Canon, or what ever.
Is the same with lense a good nikkor lens cost doble of a Sigma good one.

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