Regular Sales: DSLRs, FujiFilm Gear, Various Lenses

It’s morning hours and I’m sitting in the shelter to photograph the love story of… but why to reveal this now? Can you tell in the attached photo at the end of this short article what bird I’m focusing on? But as it is with wildlife photography, most of the time you just sit and stare into space. To fill the time in the shelter fruitfully, I have prepared another set of interesting product sales for the last week of 04.

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NIKON D300 @ 300mm, ISO 320, 1/1250, f/7. 1

Tamron 70-210mm f/4 Di VC USD for $499. 00 (was $799. 00)

This 70-210mm lens covers the classic range of the most commonly used short telephoto focal lengths. With a constant f/4 aperture, additionally, it promises an acceptable weight and price. It will be of use intended for portraits, pets, as well as scenery where a little perspective data compresion is needed. It can work for wildlife photography, too, but generally only the really big and not-so-shy creatures. Going to Cameras on safari? This could be your spouse for photographing elephants and giraffes.

Fujifilm X-T3 for $999. 95 (was $1, 099. 95)

Fujifilm makes great cameras. Unlike the competition, which these days converges to the 24 back button 36 mm format (i. e. full frame), Fujifilm is going its own way along with aps-c and medium structure. Unlike its competitors, Fujifilm also produces a fairly diverse range of high-end crop lenses to go with its crop bodies. If you’re a fan of retro design and style and appreciate slightly lighter in weight overall gear compared to whole frame, the Fujifilm X-T3 is worth considering.

FUJIFILM XF 23mm f/1. 4 R just for $799. 00 (was $899. 00)

Someone once asked me personally what fixed glass lens I would choose if I had been only allowed to use one particular lens. My answer is clear. For shooting everything other than animals, I would choose a fixed and fast 35mm – or the equivalent on aps-c, 23mm. It’s moderately broad angle, so it’s great for shooting landscapes with a natural-looking perspective. At the same time, fast lens are versatile for portable photography or shallow level of field. The FUJIFILM XF 23mm f/1. four R lens behaves just like such a nifty thirty-five (I know, fifty rhymes better) on a Fujifilm crop body.

Cannon EOS-1D X Mark II for $4, 499. 00 (was $5, 999. 00)

That DSLRs are old head wear? Well, let’s face it, their era is gradually coming to an end. But this heavyweight king of the Canon group still has plenty to provide. For nature and sports activities photography, it remains a high tool. Plus, you have to think about that the secondhand shops can slowly fill up with expensive EF mount lenses, which could be your moment. Especially telephoto lenses with this bayonet still have a lot to deliver.

Nikon D7500 DSLR with AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-140mm f/3. 5-5. 6G ED VR with regard to $1, 396. 95 (was $1, 496. 95)

I’ve been shooting Nikon SLRs the past 15 years! Until the time before yesterday, when I switched to the Z9 mirrorless digital camera. With a bit of nostalgia, I am going to therefore recommend the last of its kind with an APS-C format chip. If for whatever reason mirrorless cameras haven’t convinced you yet, this Nikon is a very good choice.

Sigma 18-35mm f/1. almost eight DC HSM Art for $699. 00 (was $799. 00)

Already own a Nikon with an APS-C chip? You might be interested in this lens through Sigma. I’ve been waiting for something like this from Nikon for a long time and in vain. Solid construction, very decent optical-standard and a constant f/1. almost 8 aperture throughout the (admittedly not very large) range. A drawback is the lack of optical stabilization, but a clear advantage may be the ability to shoot with shallow depth of field even on an APS-C format zoom.

Nikon Z5 Full Frame Mirrorless Camera Body with Nikon NIKKOR Z 24-70mm f/4 S  Lens for $1, 893. 90 (was $2, 393. 90)

The Z5 is really a model that Nikon desires to push into the lower tiers of the price range. While it doesn’t have some of the bells and whistles of its more expensive Z6 and Z7 siblings, it’s certainly no slouch. Unless you mind the lower continuous shooting speed (4. 5 FPS) and a few compromises in video features, the Z5 will reward you with a great price/performance ratio. In the event that size is a key parameter for you personally when choosing a camera, with the NIKKOR Z 24-50mm f/4-6. 3 lens , this kit sells for $1, 596. 95 (was $1, 696. 95). In case, on the other hand, you’re looking for an adventure travel buddy and only want one lens for all your topics, the Nikon Z5 with NIKKOR Z . 24-200mm f/4-6. 3 VR for $2, 096. 95 (was $2, 196. 95) may be just what you need.

Sigma 105mm f/2. 8 EX DG OS HSM Macro for $619. 00 (was $969. 00)

It’s spring, the season when not only people – but also the rest of character – indulge in love. The particular love of plants is created through flowers, and the diligent armies of bees, butterflies, beetles and other small pollinators work as the love messengers of plants. To picture them, maybe you’re looking for a quality macro lens in a reasonable price. The Sigma 105mm f/2. 8 FORMER MATE DG OS HSM Macro offers 1: 1 magnification and optical stabilization. The link to this lens above is perfect for the Nikon F install. If you are using a Canon digital camera with an EF mount, use this instead .

Gigabyte M27Q 27″ KVM FreeSync 170 Hz QHD HDR IPS Gaming Monitor just for $309. 99 (was $359. 99)

Do you still edit your own photos on your old workplace monitor with a colour range that barely covers 80% of sRGB? Then you may deserve a better one. Don’t feel like investing in an expensive graphics monitor? Then Gygabite’s $310 monitor could be a very good alternative. For an affordable price, it offers 140% sRGB, that is already a value that won’t make you edit your photos and videos half-blind. It’s furthermore an IPS monitor , which is all but essential for photographic work.

Libor in the Blind
What bird am I waiting for in my hide? If you have a guess, let me know below the article. And, of course , I wish you good light for next week!

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