Leica M8 Camera Review

Jan 06, 2008 02:05 PM EDT

I have been a Leica fan since the late 50's, owning an M3 and several lenses, so when the digital M8 came out, I had to buy it. Most of my lenses are from the M3 and they work great. Imagine that, 50 year old lenses that are sharper than any of my current Nikon or Olympus lenses. My latest purchase was a 21mm Zeiss Biogon. Since it is not full frame, I needed a wider angle than my 35mm. How...

Nikkor 28-80mm Kit Lens

Dec 26, 2007 01:18 PM EDT

This lens came with the D50 as part of the kit. It's a decent lens for average pictures, but it's range isn't wide or long enough for many shots. The quality of the image seems to be pretty sharp, but the aperture isn't large enough for indoor or low light. This is a decent starter lens, but should be replaced with something better as soon as possible

Nikon D50 Camera Review

Dec 21, 2007 01:12 PM EDT

The Nikon D50 was the first Nikon DSLR that I could afford to buy. It came with a 28-80mm kit lens and was around $500 for the kit. Prior to owning the D50, I had a N60 35mm film SLR camera that I loved. Film was too expensive to waste shooting practice shots, and thus I moved into the more affordable point and shoot digital cameras when they first came out. I missed having the versatility of an...

Nikon 50mm f/1.8 Nikkor Lens

Dec 20, 2007 01:04 PM EDT

For the price, this is a great lens to own. I use this lens to shoot indoors because the aperture is so big that I hardly ever need to use a flash especially when I raise the ISO to 1600. The only downside is that 50mm (75mm film equivalent), is a little long for full body shots indoors but is great for close ups. Because of close quarters indoors, the subject area tends to be around 3-4 feet ta...
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