Nikon D100 – Body Only
Nikon D100 retail demo model Body Only – R2800-00 Cash & Carry.
Includes all cables and charger, original battery, latest ViewNX and Nikon Transfer Software. Boxed. This camera is compatible with Type G or D AF Nikkor F Mount lenses, Full Frame and Small Frame. Checked, serviced, mirror and sensor cleaned and carries a 90 day Nikon Warranty.
Ideal 2nd Body or “starter” Camera for yourself or your child!
R 575-00 Friendly informative 2 hour training session.
R 300-00 New EN-EL3 compatible Li-Ion Battery
R 70-00 Eye Cup
R 200-00 4Gb 133x Compact Flash Card
R 200-00 Nikon Neck/Shoulder Strap
R 1200-00 Nikkor 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 G EDII Lens
R 2400-00 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6 Zoom Lens (Sigma) type DG
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An example of images this camera is capable of can be found here.
I cannot stress how pointless the MP (MegaPixel) marketing hype is when using that solely as your purchasing decision. This is a magnificent DSLR with legendary Nikon build and picture quality.
Shifting Sands – by photom
Road to Denali – by crabappl3
AF-S NIKKOR 24mm f1.4G ED
New release from Nikon, the AF-S NIKKOR 24mm f/1.4G ED. Get one here…
A really nice to have if you can afford it and will certainly delight landscape and low light photographers no end.
Time to shelve your camera??? What will our overpowering, non-participative Governments come up with next?
Are they justifying their positions in those haughty halls by implementing bill after bill, law after law with their usual disdain for incorporating those affected by such laws?
Enough already! How are you going to take a photo of your loved ones below the Eiffel tower without capturing a complete stranger at the same time!
Although published in 2007, this debate continues today, as it should.
Below a quote from this worrying article called “UK Gov nationalises orphans and bans non-consensual photography in public” from the folks over at Copyright Action:
The ICO code : put that camera away, my face is private
Not content with abrogating photographers’ copyright, another part of Government is now going some way to ban photography altogether in public places, for data protection reasons. The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) proposed new code for personal information online has “commonsense” new rules that in effect will prohibit photography in public places where anyone who’s in the photograph might be unhappy about being photographed. A photo, taken in public, is now deemed private data, y’see. CCTV, full body scans at airports, no problem, but if an ordinary person takes a photo, this Kafkasesque notion of privacy in public will apply. Unless it’s on film. You’d probably be OK taking photos of someone committing a criminal offence too, as ICO thinks this shouldn’t be private information.
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Nikon Canon…Canon Nikon … Sony Pentax…!
A potential DSLR buyer asked me again the old argument, which is better? Canon or Nikon? He should know that it’s a flawed Q as I am a Nikon owner… even though I’m not rabidly pro Nikon.
What was the Q again? ROFL
…is it Nikon vs Canon or Canon vs Nikon? Hehe.
Personally I prefer the solid build of all the Nikon models right from the entry level D40 and now new D3000 all the way up to the flagship D3x. Where-as the entry level Canon’s from 350D even up to the new 550D are all smooth plastic looking and have that cheap Hong Kong lightweight feel. Pro models like the 20D and 1D on up are far better built.
From a photographic POV, they all take amazing images in the right hands….and don’t forget there are other choices out there; Olympus, Pentax, Fuji, Sony, Panasonic etc. even Leica or Hasselblad or Mamiya.
Also, MP (Megapixels) alone do not make for a better camera…
Thanks to Steve aka Yo_Spiff for the cool animated gif…