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hi everybody
« on: April 26, 2021, 10:47:14 »
Hi everybody,
After 22 years I stopped using Nikon gear, to explore the mirrorless world. That was in 2013! This year in 2021 I got myself a Nikon D810 and enjoying every moment with it

Cheers

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Re: hi everybody
« Reply #1 on: April 26, 2021, 12:27:23 »
Welcome to NikonGear! Enjoy ;)
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Re: hi everybody
« Reply #2 on: April 26, 2021, 19:09:14 »
Welcome. Still, you can tell about your mirrorless experience, nobody will blame you for that :)
(I also had a run at Olympus)
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Re: hi everybody
« Reply #3 on: April 26, 2021, 22:41:31 »
Whatever tool makes your imagination and creativity fly is all right. I must confess to be partial to the Nikon Df, however I use on a regular basis Nikon DSLRs  from D200 upwards (all F mount), Z cameras Z50, Z5, Z6, Z7(Z mount), 1 Series V1, J2, AW1 (CX mount), Sony NEX-5N (monochrome), and more occasionally Olympus E-M1.2 (underwater housing) and Panasonic GH-2 (UV video & stills). There are boatloads of adapters to keep track of and all those lenses have different filter sizes thus a surprising numer of step-up or step-down rings are mandatory these days. I'm not even mentioned the different batteries and their associated chargers.

Thus any photo trip nowadays require in-depth planning ahead and handling of logistic issues.

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Re: hi everybody
« Reply #4 on: April 27, 2021, 01:15:04 »
Yes, welcome.  I'm a relative newbie myself.  I also like and use the D810.  Along with the D800, D700, D610, D7100, D300, D2X and....  Also Fuji X-Pro1 and X-Pro2 and X100S.  Almost forgot the Ricoh GRII.  Lotsa lenses to fit those that are interchangeable as well.  It gets confusing sometimes.  But it's a good confusion. ;)
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