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Member Since 11 Jan 2014
Offline Last Active May 03 2014 12:36 PM

In Topic: Your Best Photo, Week Ending 30 March 2014

25 March 2014 - 12:48 AM

Here's one of mine from Eagle Days...its great having a girlfriend that has the ability to go on the Military Base for photos that no one else can get ;) 10151845_428437720592968_1331612243_n.jpWanna check out some more? Check out my site... www.benjischranz.wix.com/spf1


D7100 & 100-300mm AF Vivitar (old ass lens I found at a pawn shop for 16 bucks!)


ISO 100

Aperture f/6.7 

Shutter Speed 1/400

Focal Length 270mm


Location: Davenport, IA - Rock Island Arsenal Military Base

In Topic: Q&A Thread for D610 Giveaway

03 February 2014 - 01:49 PM

so did we find out whose odds were in favor? I haven't seen any activity since last night...

In Topic: Q&A Thread for D610 Giveaway

02 February 2014 - 01:14 PM

Last post I saw from Adam yesterday said he was still validating entries.  I guess some folks claimed certain entries that were not really earned.  Sounds like he's trying to make sure that the drawing is fair and folks don't win by claiming extra entries.  As noted in the math, not a high chance for any of us, but I'm fine with whatever delay is required to make sure it is as fair as possible for all!

May the odds be ever in your favor!

In Topic: D5300 or D7100

01 February 2014 - 06:04 PM

While the d5300 looks awesome and has the gps and wifi function...ask yourself...will I be shooting video? If you said yes to that, you may want to look at the d5300 a little more...while the d7100 has amazing functions for it just as well, the d5300 has 1080p at 60 fps as well as a rotating screen (something I wish the d7100 had). While all of the specs matter in each camera, I think I'll be purchasing myself a d7100 at the end of this month, mainly because it has some better features such as a BUILT IN FOCUSING MOTOR, not that you need one. But you can use older AF lenses which will save your wallet and your camera some much needed money. The more customizible buttons is another thing thats really interesting me in it as well....oh not to mention the 51 focus points and 15 cross points...fantastic for wildlife and sports photography....I know what I'll be purchasing...

In Topic: To prime or not to prime. That is the question?

01 February 2014 - 05:58 PM

I have my 35mm 1.8G lens and absolutely LOVE IT! I hardly will even use a different lens, I almost wish that the d3200 would come with it, it really teaches beginners how to use a camera. Not sure if this helps, but hope it does.