Published August 4, 2009
asides , photos
Tags: D200, Master reset, Nikon, photos
Press Qual button (green dot) + “+/-” button (green dot) together for 2 seconds and you complete a master reset on the D200.
Published May 19, 2009
Tags: D200, Nikon, photos, sun
Today I was taking photos and had trouble with my D200. I didn’t realize that the sun was so bright that I actually couldn’t see the images on my viewfinder. The camera was compensating for the brightness and making the photos very dark. I took a few shots of my niece which turned out fine.
My dad was all like her eyes are going to be red if you take a photo like that. I’ve tried with mine and only her eyes come out red.
Dad, it’s a DSLR Nikon D200 with a SB800, her eyes won’t be red!
I had trouble with the flash, since it wasn’t oriented properly, it wouldn’t shoot. A quick change of batteries and a little test. I was ready to go again.
I shot off a few frames of Maya my niece in a few different positions and showed him that there wasn’t going to be any red eye. All that’s left is to forward the photos to my family. I think I’ll have them download them directly from my Zooomr account. That will be easier.
Nikon announces a mid-sized full framed sensor DSLR, the D700. It’s on sale at the end of the month for 3000$. That’s more than twice as much as my D200.
Nikon has announced the D60 to replace the D40x. I have a D200 and I don’t plan on changing for a few years. I plan on getting some lenses, but that’s something else. I’ve had my D200 for over a year and I’m still learning to use it’s features, which are plentiful.
Published October 10, 2007
Tags: 18-200 VR, asia, bangkok, D200, Nikon, photography, photos, south-east Asia, thailand, travel, Wat Phra Kaew
Well, I’ve started going through my archives. For some reason, Zooomr has trouble with the tag words that I added to my photos. Bear in mind that I have 10234 photos uploaded and since they went into Mark III, searching through my photos is tedious at best.
Continue reading ‘Thailand Wat Phra Kaew – Initial Shots’
Published October 1, 2007
Tags: banqiao, china, cloudscape, D200, fire in the sky, Nikon, photography, photos, skyscape, taipei, Taipei County, taiwan
Here is a little series that I took last night, at sunset. The sky was so beautiful, it’s too bad that I was stuck on my patio. Otherwise, I would have run out with the dog and my camera in tow to take some more gorgeous shots.
Continue reading ‘The Sky Is On Fire In Banqiao’