Sunday, September 18, 2011

Tayview 16th September 2011

Evening sky over the Tay 16th September, lovely subtle colour changes not quite captured in its fullness on my Nikon D90.
I'm tempted to upgrade to a Nikon D7000 which has significantly improved features and enhanced capabilities.
The Nikon D7000 is a D-SLR that offers exceptional image quality, reliability and performance packed into a durable and portable body. The D7000 is the ideal next camera for D-SLR owners who want to further indulge their passion for photography with a camera that boasts more advanced features providing creative power. It has a new image sensor, EXPEED 2, AF system and metering sensor to ensure great performance in a highly durable body. In fact, it has everything you need in your next SLR but in a size you wouldn't expect.
Exceptional image quality

The D7000 includes a range of new features to ensure superior image quality including 16.2 effective megapixels with the newly developed Nikon DX format CMOS image sensor. There is a new image-processing engine, EXPEED 2, which delivers higher image quality, higher speed processing and multiple functions with more power. And the D7000's increased ISO sensitivity (100-6400, extendable up to 25600) ensures exceptional detail with minimal noise when capturing fast moving subjects or in poor light situations, even without the flash.
If you too are thinking of buying this camera, look here. Nikon D7000 Body Only

Across the River Tay stubble and straw burning, a practice I thought had been outlawed on account of gratuitous Co2 emissions!

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