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Moots I have a quick question for you.

I'm planning to hire a D300s+MB-D10+50mm 1.4 AF-S. How long do you think it'll take to climb the learning curve with the D300s from a D60? I want to climb the full summit.

So I'm thinking of trying;
51 AF thing
Wireless i-TTL
Video
Time Lapse
and everything else. I can't think of anything else at the moment but I'm sure there is a lot to try.

If you want an idea of how much time I will set aside for this, I'll be shooting pretty much the whole day and part of the night every day for the duration of the hire lol. Do you think 3 days is enough? If it is 3 days I can afford to hire a 85mm 1.4 as well, or should I hire the 85mm 1.4 instead of the 50mm 1.4?

I'm thinking of buying a D300s and 50mm 1.4 next which is the main reason for hiring. I just want to try the MB-D10 for the vertical shutter and the slight fps increase from 7-8fps.

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I'm not sure how much it is to rent for you, but you won't need more than a day to decide if you want it or not. I decided in the local camera shoppe with a 10 minute hands on demo.

What I like about Nikon is they try to keep things similar between models and generations. If you know your D60 well, the learning curve won't be bad at all. The most notable improvements at first glance to me were the improved build quality, weight and front wheel to control aperture. I'm not sure I could live without that now. The 8 way Dpad (there's one on the MB-D10 as well) is amazing and makes going through the menus a breeze.

A lot of the basic functions that were menu only options or maybe possible to set to a fn button on the D60, like WB, ISO, AF, metering, AF/AE lock, quality, DoF preview, Bracketing, etc all have buttons on the D300s. A few on the buttons (I think 4-5) can be remapped as you wish, so if you say never use bracketing, but need to switch certain settings often, you can function one of the front buttons as that instead.

The grip is also amazing. Besides being able to handle a EN-EL4a (D3 battery), it can take a EN-EL3e or 8 AA's. It feels like a part of the camera and has none the flex that most grips have. And since it doubles the battery life (or triples with the EN-EL4a) you'll never take it off, it will become necessary to your shooting style.

Instead of the 50mm f/1.4 to rent, I think you should check out the 17-55mm f/2.8. It costs about twice as much, but it's not a plastic lens and is considered by many to be the best DX normal zoom ever made.
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I'm not sure how much it is to rent for you, but you won't need more than a day to decide if you want it or not. I decided in the local camera shoppe with a 10 minute hands on demo.

What I like about Nikon is they try to keep things similar between models and generations. If you know your D60 well, the learning curve won't be bad at all. The most notable improvements at first glance to me were the improved build quality, weight and front wheel to control aperture. I'm not sure I could live without that now. The 8 way Dpad (there's one on the MB-D10 as well) is amazing and makes going through the menus a breeze.

A lot of the basic functions that were menu only options or maybe possible to set to a fn button on the D60, like WB, ISO, AF, metering, AF/AE lock, quality, DoF preview, Bracketing, etc all have buttons on the D300s. A few on the buttons (I think 4-5) can be remapped as you wish, so if you say never use bracketing, but need to switch certain settings often, you can function one of the front buttons as that instead.

The grip is also amazing. Besides being able to handle a EN-EL4a (D3 battery), it can take a EN-EL3e or 8 AA's. It feels like a part of the camera and has none the flex that most grips have. And since it doubles the battery life (or triples with the EN-EL4a) you'll never take it off, it will become necessary to your shooting style.

Instead of the 50mm f/1.4 to rent, I think you should check out the 17-55mm f/2.8. It costs about twice as much, but it's not a plastic lens and is considered by many to be the best DX normal zoom ever made.
Wow, totally just realized that the D60 didn't have a front wheel. I wouldn't be able to survive without both front and rear wheels(major reason I didn't go Canon when I bought my D80).

I think I'll be putting my camera/lens/flash purchasing on hold for a while as I have to get supplies for the mod competition.
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Originally Posted by Mootsfox View Post
I'm not sure how much it is to rent for you, but you won't need more than a day to decide if you want it or not. I decided in the local camera shoppe with a 10 minute hands on demo.

What I like about Nikon is they try to keep things similar between models and generations. If you know your D60 well, the learning curve won't be bad at all. The most notable improvements at first glance to me were the improved build quality, weight and front wheel to control aperture. I'm not sure I could live without that now. The 8 way Dpad (there's one on the MB-D10 as well) is amazing and makes going through the menus a breeze.

A lot of the basic functions that were menu only options or maybe possible to set to a fn button on the D60, like WB, ISO, AF, metering, AF/AE lock, quality, DoF preview, Bracketing, etc all have buttons on the D300s. A few on the buttons (I think 4-5) can be remapped as you wish, so if you say never use bracketing, but need to switch certain settings often, you can function one of the front buttons as that instead.

The grip is also amazing. Besides being able to handle a EN-EL4a (D3 battery), it can take a EN-EL3e or 8 AA's. It feels like a part of the camera and has none the flex that most grips have. And since it doubles the battery life (or triples with the EN-EL4a) you'll never take it off, it will become necessary to your shooting style.

Instead of the 50mm f/1.4 to rent, I think you should check out the 17-55mm f/2.8. It costs about twice as much, but it's not a plastic lens and is considered by many to be the best DX normal zoom ever made.
Ill agree with moots the Transition is not bad at all, there were a couple of things I had to look up in the manual but other than that it was a breeze for the switch over. Only problem now is the fact that the lenses I own other than the 50mm are all poor on the quality end .

Decision I have to make now is to sell off the D60 kit with extra battery or keep it as a backup... Selling it off would get me either a Tamron 17-50 and possibly the MB-D10 used or the 60mm macro I want.
Edited by riko99 - 4/28/10 at 10:20am
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So Im looking forward to the next full moon because my buddy wants to bust out a 50-500mm sigma from his shop for a night... Potentially 2 one for us one for him to take star trails, moon shots and just general shooting .
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So Im looking forward to the next full moon because my buddy wants to bust out a 50-500mm sigma from his shop for a night... Potentially 2 one for us one for him to take star trails, moon shots and just general shooting .
Looking forward to seeing your results
 
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Shot on the 7D:

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Wow, um. I just watched it and I cried. Beautiful and thank you for sharing.
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Hey you can remove the Nikon S600 from my name. I now currently have a Panasonic Lumix FP2. It seems like a nice small camera which is what I wanted.
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