• Focus points on canon mark iii?

    How can i find the focus points (those dots) on camera to set the focus? I m new and confused . Please dont tell me to read the manual. I dont have the time. And also I have searched online and still dont find the answer. Do I have to shoot through viewfinder or not . Do I have to put the lens on manual focus or... show more
    How can i find the focus points (those dots) on camera to set the focus? I m new and confused . Please dont tell me to read the manual. I dont have the time. And also I have searched online and still dont find the answer. Do I have to shoot through viewfinder or not . Do I have to put the lens on manual focus or autofocus. And what about the autofocus settings on camera? Thank you for your help
    8 answers · 5 days ago
  • Do cameras have internal memory?

    7 answers · 7 days ago
  • Are instant cameras good?

    As Fuji, Polaroid? Do you have to put paper? What's the advantage? 2-What' s the best cell cam? 3-How to choose the cell phone? 4-How to choose a notebook? 5- How to choose a TV? 6-If the camera is not taking photos as it's blocked and the black buton where you press is loose does that mean that a... show more
    As Fuji, Polaroid? Do you have to put paper? What's the advantage? 2-What' s the best cell cam? 3-How to choose the cell phone? 4-How to choose a notebook? 5- How to choose a TV? 6-If the camera is not taking photos as it's blocked and the black buton where you press is loose does that mean that a piece is missing? 7-What's a good walkie talkie? 8-Is Android 8 much better that the 6?
    6 answers · 7 days ago
  • Do cameras keep pictures saved without an SD card ?

    Best answer: From what I see on Canon's website of the specs of the G7, it does not use internal memory to store photos. So if you took out the SD card, you have nothing to worry about.
    Best answer: From what I see on Canon's website of the specs of the G7, it does not use internal memory to store photos. So if you took out the SD card, you have nothing to worry about.
    11 answers · 1 week ago
  • What's a good quality camera that won't break the bank?

    My phone doesn't take very good photos or videos. What's a good camera that won't break the bank (preferably something under $300)?
    My phone doesn't take very good photos or videos. What's a good camera that won't break the bank (preferably something under $300)?
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What should I upgrade to from a Nikon D7200?

    Best answer: Nikon lags in video work, although if you learn the limitations of whichever body you use, it isn't unusable. Good video work does not rely on autofocus at all. For you, a D500 and a 70-200 f/2.8 would both add to your kit and possibly bring more "fun" to it as well. Nikon has full frame models, and... show more
    Best answer: Nikon lags in video work, although if you learn the limitations of whichever body you use, it isn't unusable. Good video work does not rely on autofocus at all.

    For you, a D500 and a 70-200 f/2.8 would both add to your kit and possibly bring more "fun" to it as well. Nikon has full frame models, and unlike some other makers their DX (crop frame) lenses work just as well on full frame bodies. So a D750 or D800 would also be something new and different.

    If the D7200 is too heavy to take on vacation (really?) then nothing from Nikon is going to replace it. The Sony A7-A9 bodies are smaller and lighter, but their (good) lenses are still as large and bulky and heavy as what you are using now. They are much better at video than anything from Nikon, but you still want to avoid autofocus!

    Eye-start focus is one of those things that you either really like, or really don't like. My Sony body has eye-start focus, and I keep it turned off most of the time. The issue for me is the camera starts to focus before I have what I want to shoot in the frame, and if it picks something close when what I want is further away it then becomes an issue trying to find my intended subject.

    It's really a toss-up. If you switch makers, you have to start all over with lenses and accessories other than tripods and the like that are maker independent. That can require more than your budget allows to regain what you have now.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What's a good non-phone compact camera to give a kid this holiday season?
  • Best outdoor, wireless security cameras?

    Preferably cameras with some sort of free storage. Also by wireless, as in no wires at all, not even the power cord.
    Preferably cameras with some sort of free storage. Also by wireless, as in no wires at all, not even the power cord.
    7 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • I don't have a smart phone, what kind of camera should I buy?

    I have an old HP digital camera with 7 MP but more often than not the pics are fuzzy. So I want a better still shot camera. But I also have cats, and want to take video of them. i also shop at Walmart frequently and want to have a video camera in case a fight breaks. What is a good camera? I was thinking a point... show more
    I have an old HP digital camera with 7 MP but more often than not the pics are fuzzy. So I want a better still shot camera. But I also have cats, and want to take video of them. i also shop at Walmart frequently and want to have a video camera in case a fight breaks. What is a good camera? I was thinking a point and shoot camera with 1080HD capabilities? There is one at Walmart for $170. I think it is a Nikon Cool Pix. Or maybe I should get a action camera, like a Hero. Basically I just want a lightweight camera to quickly catch video situations, and snap photos. The camera I have right now is kind of annoying because I miss good shots because it takes too long to focus, etc.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • New canon 6d cannot access as card?

    I just received my new canon 6d camera. When I put SD a card in, there is error saying “cannot access card”. The camera will not allow me to format the card, so I formatted it from my computer and still have the same issue when putting it in my camera. I have done the same with 4 different SD cards now, so I... show more
    I just received my new canon 6d camera. When I put SD a card in, there is error saying “cannot access card”. The camera will not allow me to format the card, so I formatted it from my computer and still have the same issue when putting it in my camera. I have done the same with 4 different SD cards now, so I don’t think it is an issue with the card. Any ideas to what I can do or what may be wrong??
    7 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Camera suggestions?

    I’m wanting a new camera. I’m interested in getting the Canon EOS Rebel T3i. But, I was wondering if anyone had any other suggestions
    I’m wanting a new camera. I’m interested in getting the Canon EOS Rebel T3i. But, I was wondering if anyone had any other suggestions
    7 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • What camera should I get?

    I am upgrading from just using my phone camera, but cannot decide on which one to purchase. I am between the Nikon d3400, Panasonic g7, canon t6i or canon m6? I want something good in low light and that can shoot a bit of everything. Trying to stay under 500$ as well.
    I am upgrading from just using my phone camera, but cannot decide on which one to purchase. I am between the Nikon d3400, Panasonic g7, canon t6i or canon m6? I want something good in low light and that can shoot a bit of everything. Trying to stay under 500$ as well.
    5 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Should i get a d3400 or a6000?

    Best answer: No clue. What are your needs? You buy the tool that best meets your needs. Without knowing your needs, it's anyone's guess. Don't fall for the marketing that tries to get you to believe that if, and only if, you buy "our" brand, then you'll take better pictures than the other... show more
    Best answer: No clue. What are your needs? You buy the tool that best meets your needs. Without knowing your needs, it's anyone's guess.

    Don't fall for the marketing that tries to get you to believe that if, and only if, you buy "our" brand, then you'll take better pictures than the other guy's camera. That's total BS. Anyone who knows what they're doing can take a smartphone and get better photos than a novice with a $10,000 DSLR/lens combo. It's not until you get that really expensive gear, and take a look at your photos that you realize that it's not the gear, but what you do with it that matters. When I was taking photo classes, there was one guy who bought the top-of-the-line Nikon, and he was the worst photographer in the class.

    From my perspective, as someone who's won national awards for his work, I know what my specific needs are. And for me, I would get the A6000 over the D3400 simply because the D3400 doesn't have an internal AF motor which means a lot of lenses that are made for or by Nikon simply won't auto focus.

    The A6000 is smaller and lighter which for someone over 50 like me, it's a good thing. I like the EVF and it's capabilities to show me the focusing points. However, never shooting with an EVF in real-world situations, I'm doing just fine without it.

    If you want a good DSLR, and one that is NOT incompatible with so many lenses, then go with a Canon T series, or better yet, get yourself a Pentax. Right now, and for some time, Pentax APS-C bodies have out performed Canon and especially Nikon. You have to realize that you pay extra for the Nikon and Canon name. Pentax doesn't have the market share like Canon or Nikon, so they have to put more into their cameras (e.g. in-body image stabilization, weather/dust proofing) to attract people away from Canon and Nikon. As it is, a used Pentax K-50 is a better camera than either the D3400 or the A6000 specifically for those who shoot hand-held in low light. IBIS allows for 3.5-5 stops lower ISO than any Nikon DSLR.
    5 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • I want to record audio from a conference interpreting system?

    Best answer: If you are not able to plug directly into the system then just place one of your mic transmitters near a PA speaker.
    Best answer: If you are not able to plug directly into the system then just place one of your mic transmitters near a PA speaker.
    5 answers · 3 weeks ago