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  1. SkvLTD's Avatar
    Well, there are 2 Di versions- a-la-Nikkor D and a-la G, so in total this thing has 3 incarnations thus far.
  2. DraganDL's Avatar
    Nice little review!
    Keep in mind that these two basic variations (Di and non-Di) differ from each other in one very important aspect - "Di" variation (although "gelded") has the internal motor drive, so not only the full frames and DX pro-models but literary ALL digital Nikons can autofocus with it. Otherwise, in terms of the optical quality, Di and non-Di are virtually the same thing (good, yet affordable macro/portraiture lenses!).
    Updated 05-02-2014 at 11:11 PM by DraganDL
  3. SkvLTD's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Flugelbinder
    Nice... But youre working with someone, right?
    What do you mean? Been just doing my own thing for a year, and lots of clicks.
  4. Flugelbinder's Avatar
    Nice... But youre working with someone, right?
  5. SkvLTD's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Flugelbinder
    2 summers ago, but only got "serious" about it, this summer.
    Keep at it! In a year, I'm up to ~44500
  6. Flugelbinder's Avatar
    2 summers ago, but only got "serious" about it, this summer.
  7. SkvLTD's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Flugelbinder
    Im half way...
    When did you start?
  8. Flugelbinder's Avatar
    Im half way...
  9. SkvLTD's Avatar
    And, I was just about on the money- 10105 as of last snap a few minutes ago.
  10. Eye-level's Avatar
    [QUOTE=SkvLTD;bt1075]Not to mention how I'm also going from full-auto kit lens to full-manual H series, haha.[/QUOTE]

    And this is where you are going to really begin to learn! I used to say it is all about the light now I say it is all about contrast...
  11. SkvLTD's Avatar
    Not to mention how I'm also going from full-auto kit lens to full-manual H series, haha.
  12. Eye-level's Avatar
    It is kind of like your first thousand with film... :)
  13. stmv's Avatar
    yes,, and wait eventually,, you will have your fist 10K hours! photography is a journey.
  14. SkvLTD's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by STM
    Good grief, I have had my D700 going on 3 years now and I doubt I am even at 2500 clicks or so, probably a good bit less!
    Haha, well going to parties and whatnot leaves ~3-400 each time somehow. Plus helps me get used to settings and all that. Now that I'm almost shooting entirely in RAW, I take way less.
  15. STM's Avatar
    Good grief, I have had my D700 going on 3 years now and I doubt I am even at 2500 clicks or so, probably a good bit less!