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  1. Graham

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    Yes 5 years but not on a Grey market one :(
     
  2. snerkler

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    But you said the French one was non grey?
     
  3. Graham

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    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.
     
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    Manage to rescue the images Toby ;) but darkening the background :p
     
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    thats about £400 difference i think. for that id buy the grey.
     
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    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?
     
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    Closer to £500, deffo grey for me too.
     
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    They didn't need rescuing, it's the Star Wars I cocked up royally. Obliterated the backgrounds due to people stood behind ;)
     
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    Neat idea that pal
     
  14. Sir SR

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    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!!
     
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    OK no problem. What MBP did you go for, new version?
     
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    Done it using my surface pro 3, worked fine.
     
  17. Livin The Dream

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    With LR I assume?
     
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    No, I used a third party app that was free, worked great
     
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    Not done much with my (working) D750 recently but had to grab a snap of this approaching hail storm.

    [​IMG]

    And a bit of street pier photography.

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    I shall have to do a bit more research.
     
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    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.
     
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    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.
     
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    Not really ,higher testosterone in balder men lol
     
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    Suits you Toby,is this the new spring look ?:rolleyes:
     
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    Yeah you're right. I meant feminine side. My bad.
     
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    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.
     
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    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 :LOL: 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 (y)
     
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    Just done a search for them, no result.
     
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    Was the bloke a pixie as well then? His posing was proper cheesy :LOL:
     
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    Search for what, Dan's pics? They're on Flickr (y) 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 (y)
     
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    lol no he was the Elf and agree about his posing :)
     
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    Haha.

    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 :facepalm: Well tbh I'd love the D5 for sports but that's a pipe dream :LOL:
     
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  39. SsSsSsSsSnake

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    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 ;)
     
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    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!
     

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