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SondraP
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Posted Wed Mar 20, 2013 11:07AM
Anyone shooting with this yet?  How is the quality?  What about inspection here at istock?  Just ordered mine, upgrading from D300, hoping it will be awesome!
Orchidpoet
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Posted Thu Mar 21, 2013 10:18PM
I was in a store which just got its first shipment today. Will be interested in hearing the reviews.
Whiteway
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Posted Fri Mar 22, 2013 1:20AM
I can tell you that member Madzia71 has one.
CHBD
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Posted Thu Mar 28, 2013 10:01PM

I got mine today and here is one of my first shots that was just accepted to iStock collection. So far I love it, but I'm not sure why the heck exposure table in the view finder is backwards, I'm used to  +......./.......-  the d7100 is -......../........+, also the info button is kind of driving me nuts when trying to view the image.


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DWithers
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Posted Fri Mar 29, 2013 3:21AM
Posted By CHBD:

I got mine today and here is one of my first shots that was just accepted to iStock collection. So far I love it, but I'm not sure why the heck exposure table in the view finder is backwards, I'm used to  +......./.......-  the d7100 is -......../........+, also the info button is kind of driving me nuts when trying to view the image.


Custom Settings Menu/Controls should have a "reverse indicators" setting that will reverse the exposure indicator for you. Custom setting f9 on the D7000 where the default is the other way round. 
CHBD
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Posted Fri Mar 29, 2013 4:07AM
You are my saviour, I didn't really think that this is going to be a custom option So now I love it even more.
DWithers
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Posted Fri Mar 29, 2013 4:33AM
What is it about the Info button that is troubling you?
CHBD
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Posted Fri Mar 29, 2013 5:14AM
It is right where zoom out button used to be so it is just one of those things that I'm not used to being there, so when I try to zoom in I actually press - zoom out Something I'll definitely get over, it is not anything that should stop anybody from upgrading. Also maybe it is just me but D7100 3D focusing seems much quicker, more responsive and accurate, probably due to 51 focus points.
SondraP
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Posted Sun Mar 31, 2013 2:22PM
Ok, just used mine for first time, wish I could find how to choose one focus point and move it like I was able to do on D300.  Have to say not really sure I love it yet...will try more, otherwise thinking of trading it in for D600, though that will require more $.  When I got my D300, loved it right away, so kind of bummed.
billcourtney42
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Posted Mon Apr 1, 2013 4:23PM

Nikon has added a one touch zoom to 100% view buttong. I think it is on the back on the top right.  This info from a review...


 


Firstly, the “surprise” that I already knew:  The Nikon D7100 has one-click 100% zooming during image review, unlike all previous advanced amateur bodies from Nikon including the D7000 and D600.  This is something I really find hard to live without now, having used such a feature to aide in confirming image sharpness for many years now. 
SondraP
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Posted Tue Apr 2, 2013 5:30AM
Ok, tried shooting again yesterday, of 500 shots, only 5 good enough focus-wise to submit.  I am also shooting with brand new 105 nikon micro lens, 2.8VR, even with the VR on, I can't get crisp shots, Ugh! I hate learning new cameras!
CHBD
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Posted Tue Apr 2, 2013 2:59PM

Here you go something that might help you to solve your issues.


It is for the D7000 but I did had to do it with my D7100 and it is all the same.

(Edited on 2013-04-02 15:00:18 by CHBD)
SondraP
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Posted Tue Apr 2, 2013 6:29PM

I don't see a link CHBD, can you repost please, thanks


 
CHBD
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Posted Tue Apr 2, 2013 6:49PM

Sorry, the link probably disappeared after editing. Here is the link hope it does work out for you.
DWithers
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Posted Tue Apr 16, 2013 4:41AM
Posted By SondraP:
Ok, tried shooting again yesterday, of 500 shots, only 5 good enough focus-wise to submit.  I am also shooting with brand new 105 nikon micro lens, 2.8VR, even with the VR on, I can't get crisp shots, Ugh! I hate learning new cameras!

Have you solved your focus problems?  The 105 f2.8 lens should be perfectly sharp on your camera.  If it seems soft you need to do some formal focus tests.  In the UK Nikon will  only accept returns for 30 days for refund and I expect it is the same in other countries so you need to sort this quickly.
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Posted Tue Apr 16, 2013 6:34AM

Posted By SondraP:
Ok, tried shooting again yesterday, of 500 shots, only 5 good enough focus-wise to submit.  I am also shooting with brand new 105 nikon micro lens, 2.8VR, even with the VR on, I can't get crisp shots, Ugh! I hate learning new cameras!


You've now a DX sensor with 24mp, every little movement is widely magnified by the high resolution of the new sensor.
If you shoot with a tripod, exclude the VR, better in Mirror Up mode.... perhaps with a remote shutter release... or, at least shutter delayed.
If you're shooting handheld, with a 105mm (on FX is approximately 150mm), always use very high safety shutter speed (at least 1/200 sec).
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hope it helps to enjoy your beautiful razor sharp and 'cream machine' (bokeh) lens... (...and yes, I am very, very envious)
SondraP
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Posted Tue Apr 16, 2013 10:48AM

Yes every single movement is magnified, especially flower shots.  When I take a shot of immovable objects, it is perfectly in focus so I know it is not the camera.  I also just got the 80-200 2.8, it is beautiful as well.  love the bokeh, here are two recent shots with the 105 2.8 lens


 


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