Posts Tagged ‘nikon’
Jan 14, 2024
Jan 2024 Heavy Snow Blizzard

Some HD video of heavy snowfall/blizzard here in Green Bay, WI from Jan 9, 2024 and Jan 12, 2024. Shot with Nikon D3200. Full resolution 24 megapixel images just for you to brag how sharp my telephoto lens is.

Apr 14, 2023
Nikon D3200 DSLR Auto-Focus Mode Is Impressive!

Shoulda mastered the full Auto-Focus Mode for my Nikon D3200 DSLR. Didn’t know I could get such good results. These were captured with a heavy ass telephoto lens, hand-held, and the stupid robins were moving all over the place! You gotta set those damn camera settings right and be ready to shoot. Shot from inside my dimly lit living room through the grimy glass backdoor. Impressive results!

(BTW, I realize the cooked little bird might be misconstrued as one of the robins, but it ain’t. It’s just a baked hen, I happen to be cooking and eating around the same time the critters come out to eat in my backyard today)

Apr 14, 2023
Nikon D3200 DSLR Practice: Hibiscus Flower

It’s that time again, folks! Practice time using my trusty old Nikon D3200 DSLR. Watering Mom’s plants this morning and I witnessed the hibiscus flower had bloomed. Had to give it a go. Check these out!

Sep 25, 2021
Nikon D3200 Photo Dump Sept 25 2021 Berries Flowers Cat

Pokeberries. DANGEROUSLY TOXIC TO EAT AND TOUCH.

Pokeberries. DANGEROUSLY TOXIC TO EAT AND TOUCH.

Pokeberries. DANGEROUSLY TOXIC TO EAT AND TOUCH.

Pokeberries. DANGEROUSLY TOXIC TO EAT AND TOUCH.

UPDATE June 20, 2022 – It seems there’s some mixed messages about pokeberries, might be some kind of fearmongering. People do eat these and make pies out of them, although they say it’s not sweet at all, and that bad taste might be where the fear of death and poison comes from. So do your own research.

Here are some random pics I took today straight out the Nikon D3200 DSLR. Them berries look too pretty. Warning though, these delicious-looking berries are actually incredibly toxic to humans and other animals like dogs and cows! Song birds can eat them though. They’re called pokeberries. So DO NOT EAT THEM! Also the sap is toxic too, so don’t let the sap touch your skin, since it can absorb in. DO NOT TOUCH IT! Should probably get rid of this thing before it gets too big. Apparently it gets more deadly as it matures. (more…)

Oct 12, 2016
Nikon D3200 DSLR 60FPS movie mode test

Using Nikon D3200 DSLR movie mode 60fps/720p. Intepreted footage at 10fps mapped to 23.97fps. Pretty much get it right in camera first, no additional interpolation like using After Effects Timewarp or Twixtor. Or get high-speed camera to begin with. (more…)

Oct 26, 2014
Boiling Soup Shot with Nikon D3200 DSLR + Nikkor AF-S 35mm 3.5-5.6G telephoto lens

May 13, 2014
Full Moon Shot with Nikon D3200 and Nikkor AFS 28-300mm Telephoto Lens
May 13, 2014 Full Moon Shot With Nikon D3200 and Nikkor AFS 28-300mm telephoto lens

May 13, 2014 Full Moon Shot With Nikon D3200 and Nikkor AFS 28-300mm telephoto lens

May 13, 2014 Full Moon Shot With Nikon D3200 and Nikkor AFS 28-300mm telephoto lens

May 13, 2014 Full Moon Shot With Nikon D3200 and Nikkor AFS 28-300mm telephoto lens

May 13, 2014 Full Moon Shot With Nikon D3200 and Nikkor AFS 28-300mm telephoto lens

May 13, 2014 Full Moon Shot With Nikon D3200 and Nikkor AFS 28-300mm telephoto lens

Settings varied from F/16, ISO 800, 1/350 sec exposure

Here’s the accompanying video:

Apr 25, 2014
Upgrade Nikon D3200 to Nikon D5300

By Chongchen Saelee

Man, Nikon, why??? Whyyyyyyyyyy???

At the time I was shopping around for my first DSLR, I wanted to get the Nikon D5100 because it had a swivel LCD screen. Well, years later, and having purchased the D3200 instead because that’s all I could afford at the time, I feel it’s time for a little upgrade, but alas, it’s not in my budget.

What I like about the Nikon D5300: (more…)

Apr 5, 2014
Cute Squirrel filmed with Nikon D3200 and Nikkor AFS 28-300mm Telephoto Lens

Sep 24, 2013
Selfies Sept 24 2013

Finally putting use to my knowledge of the camera. When taking self portraits, you need to use smaller aperture so you get a deep depth of field. The idea is that you will have a better chance of (more…)