[MENTION=39722]sujoyp[/MENTION] aren't you buying any new lenses? I loved the discussion we had on this thread about using old lenses on the new cams. Had some crazy psychedelic pictures from someone who's name I've forgotten
I have been using 28-336mm for a long time. I would find it too limited with basic PnS if it just has 3x zoom. After all there is nothing to play with basic PnS, no manual controls, I don't find it interesting to play with art filters or shooting videos. With little zoom, they can't market the product as already people are relying on mobile cameras. More than good, manufacturers think what's marketable and they see high zoom is the way to go.nac to be frank I find zoom on P&S to degrades the quality a lot..for family pics 3x is sufficient and the advance P&S with 5-7x optical zoom with bigger aperture is what to look for...if I go in market to get a superzoom then I will still consider FZ200 with fixed 2.8 aperture to be more useful then nikon's 80x zoom.
lol then he will shoot in complete darness no hard feelings amlan
I am really upset with 150-500 results...I had to bump up the ISO to 800-1000-1600 to keep shutter speed to 1/500-1/1000 and pic quality become bad.
All those wonderful pictures we see online for test or drool purpose are generally taken with full frame DSLR where ISO 1600 dosnt effect a bit of pic quality.
That brings me to a situation where I can either replace my D7000 or sigma 150-500 ...I have not decided yet..just saving for now
Yeah, you can go through that thread. And also read manual to know the camera and as Amlan suggested check out digital photography school site.So.. my sister in law just got gifted with a Canon EOS Rebel T5i form US which I believe is called 700D in India, with an additional lense. no one has ever used a DSLR before, so its up to me to tell them how to operate it
Anyone knows how much it costs with the additional lense?
I think I should start going through http://www.digit.in/forum/cameras-camcorders/173677-learn-photography-me.html