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  1. #11
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    Re: Post Your D7200 Photos

    Post Your D7200 Photos
    One of several varieties of biting flies. This is most likely a stable fly.


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  2. #12
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    Re: Post Your D7200 Photos

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    direct jpeg from D7200 with 35mm 1.8DX
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    taken with auto ISO, today was my sister's birthday :-)

    sent from my Moto G using tapatalk
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  3. #13
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    Re: Post Your D7200 Photos

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    I have no ID for these insects. Shot with D7200 and Tamron 60mm macro

    Post Your D7200 Photos-insect-3451.jpg


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  4. #14
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    Re: Post Your D7200 Photos

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    This bugger is in the middle of an identity struggle. Moth or fly?

    Post Your D7200 Photos-bugs-3849.jpg


    These two know that relationships can be a balancing act.

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  5. #15
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    Re: Post Your D7200 Photos

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    When your prey is not available ya capture what is there. If not the insect, then the insects turd.


    Post Your D7200 Photos-turd-4020.jpg


    Oops, guess that isn't a turd after all. Pretty strange creature.

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  6. #16
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    Re: Post Your D7200 Photos

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    These are tent caterpillars. To see what eats them, go to post your D5500 shots --> http://nikonites.com/d5500/30236-pos...-new-post.html


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  7. #17
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    Re: Post Your D7200 Photos

    Great picture. How did you have your camera set? Sorry, for the 'moon' picture

  8. #18
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    Re: Post Your D7200 Photos

    Thanks Jerry. I use manual 100% of the time. The insect stuff is done with either a Tamron 60mm macro or Sigma 105mm macro. As you will remember from your Pentax days, each shot will be different for your exposure triangle. Hope to see many posts from you in this thread. Rock on with the D7200.

  9. #19
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    Re: Post Your D7200 Photos

    Thanks for the update. It is time to get back to basics and not get to hung up on "technology".

  10. #20
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    Re: Post Your D7200 Photos

    Post Your D7200 Photos
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    ​Chris


    Nikon D7000, D7200, Nikon 18-140, Tamron 150-600, Tokina 11-20


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