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Same Kit: Nikon D50 With The Nikon 75-300mm 4.5-5.6 & The Nikon 55mm 2.8 AF


Sometimes I overlook the minor details due to expectations . While out with my camera I was reminded that when I take time and slow down, that theres so much to be seen. And to appreciate the little things; they're just as important!

The first 5 images were captured when I took a walk through Northwood. The kitty came up and played with me. Exposed his belly and gave me a few love bites. He was so sweet. That really put a smile on my face.

For Your Viewing Pleasure, Of course!!!

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For Your Viewing Pleasure

Captured with Nikon 75-300mm 4.5-5.6 & Nikon 55mm 2.8 AF

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There's just something about older Nikon dslrs. I was fortunate to snag one of these as part of bundle for a bargain. When I first picked it up and gave it a look over, I immediately thought of Nikon D70/70s (Another oldie but goodie). I'm also a fan of the CCD sensors the older camera's have for the way they render warm colors. Another bonus about the Nikon D50 is that is has a built in focus motor. (Can use more lenses). For a 14 year old camera ( Introduced January 2007) it still holds up in 2021. The High ISO performance is quite impressive.

Check out some photos from the Nikon D50.

Locations: Currie Park, Northwood & Sunset Park

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