Yes 5 years but not on a Grey market one
But you said the French one was non grey?
Yes, I could buy from a internet shop similar to Amazon and it would have a 5 year warranty but also the extra cost.
Like I said, I can buy a UK grey for 869 GBP but i`d just get a 1 year warranty.
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How much difference in there in the price?
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Ah right, hope you got your white coat on and a calculator. 869 GBP against 1550 Euros.
Manage to rescue the images Toby but darkening the background
thats about £400 difference i think. for that id buy the grey.
One of the things I wanted to give a go now that I have the laptop is tethering. Only read up a little but some reports say that the D750 tethered is poor due to USB2. So, who has tried it and what's the best solution? Maybe @Sir SR has done so?
Closer to £500, deffo grey for me too.
They didn't need rescuing, it's the Star Wars I cocked up royally. Obliterated the backgrounds due to people stood behind
Neat idea that pal
Sadly not. Only recently got my MacBook and have just sold my d750
Used the app a few times but that was about the extent of it.
Not even shot tethered with the d800. Although it would have been useful at times!!
OK no problem. What MBP did you go for, new version?
Done it using my surface pro 3, worked fine.
With LR I assume?
No, I used a third party app that was free, worked great
Not done much with my (working) D750 recently but had to grab a snap of this approaching hail storm.
And a bit of street pier photography.
I shall have to do a bit more research.
Did try with my D90 and LR but with Nikon and LR pictures do not save to SD card only to Laptop which I was not happy with.
Tried a few WiFi apps to transfer jpeg files from d750 to laptop, it worked well and was fast enough.
I think the cable transfer should work fine with the D750.
Omg went to the show and the pixie girl model on the fuji stand was yummy to say the least,wish i'd been a Leprechaun.
Not really ,higher testosterone in balder men lol
Suits you Toby,is this the new spring look ?
Yeah you're right. I meant feminine side. My bad.
I am trying to decide between a 58 or the Sigma 85......Decisions!
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I thought it was your new gimp suit tbh.
These were worth taking your camera Toby
Thanks. I think I hate crashed a tutorial/demonstration of some kind with these tbh. They had a constant light set up in the lobby and after a few shots the guy said that they'd attracted unwanted attention again and swiftly started to move the lighting equipment. How was I to know This was the model from the Fuji stand so whether they just 'borrowed' her or she was paid to do various things throughout the day I've no idea.
There were a number of folk in the lobby with 'portable' lighting I think they brought along just to take pics of the Comic Con characters. Now that's dedication Mind you, if they turn out like @dancook's from last year (or maybe the year before that) it'll have been well worth it
thats the one, she was a pixie today
Just done a search for them, no result.
Was the bloke a pixie as well then? His posing was proper cheesy
Search for what, Dan's pics? They're on Flickr Just had another look and both 2015 and 2016 are top draw imo.
Edit: minnnt's beat me to it, wasn't sure whether they'd be on here or not
Thanks, nice pics.
lol no he was the Elf and agree about his posing
Did you enjoy the exhibition, and did you buy an XT20 in the end? Playing with the D500 has made me want one even more for sports and wildlife Well tbh I'd love the D5 for sports but that's a pipe dream
yes loved the exhibition and yes bought an XT20.
had a play with the Nikon long glass and the D5,wonderful camera.
I think it won't be too long before you get the D500
Do it! I think i would have both if i had the funds. Trouble is i take pics of a mixed bag so D750 suits. Although saying that I am doing more equestrian than anything else. Then saying that (again) a lot of people are asking for pics of their horses and portraits... For which the D750 suits more!