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...that you use to take the awesome pictures posted here. Here's mine. Nikon D7200 w/ Nikkor AF-P 18-55mm ED VR lens. It's a kit-lens but is phenominally sharp. Pic taken with my cell phone. My Sony is on loan to a friend to photo-catalog his GI Joe collection.

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Ummmmmm. How can I use my camera to take a picture of my camera? Wink




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Ummmmmm. How can I use my camera to take a picture of my camera? Wink


Mirror selfie via timer! (or use your backup camera?) Wink
 
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Ummmmmm. How can I use my camera to take a picture of my camera? Wink


Mirror selfie via timer! (or use your backup camera?) Wink


2 is 1 & 1 is none?
May become reality in my house, as my wife in convinced she wants a Canon instead of using my Nikon.




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Okay, I set up two cameras and triggered each of them with one remote to take a photo of each other.

There was a small flash and a pop. The two cameras then winked out of existence.

I think it created some sort of singularity.




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Ummmmmm. How can I use my camera to take a picture of my camera? Wink


Oh for goodness, sake. Isn't the answer obvious? Rent another camera.
 
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2 is 1 & 1 is none?
May become reality in my house, as my wife in convinced she wants a Canon instead of using my Nikon.



Smart woman ya got there...





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Ummmmmm. How can I use my camera to take a picture of my camera? Wink
Use a mirror, then post-process the photo to reverse it left-to-right.

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^^That's what my old 7100 was trying to tell me!

It forgot to mention to CLEAN the mirror first.


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I just ordered that lens for my Nikon - the 18-140 ED VR.
 
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This goes to 11!







"Where MY free shit?!"

What part of "...Shall not be infringed" don't you understand???



 
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^^That's what my old 7100 was trying to tell me!

It forgot to mention to CLEAN the mirror first.


That 40mm Micro is a great lens. I use it often and is on my D5300 more often than my 35mm and 50mm lenses.

Jim


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When doing those mirror selfies of your camera, check your background:


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A lot of my film gear is missing as it's kept in deeper storage.
 
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I'm no photographer, or anything even approaching it lol, so nothing fancy - but I do take a lot of pics of anything and everything. So this has been a great little rig for a pic-tographer - one of Sony's early alpha models, bought new when it first came out in 2013; many miles on this puppy now, it goes with me everywhere and has taken a lickin' and keeps on tickin'.

Sony NEX-6 (pic taken by that other great tool of pic-tographers, a cell phone lol)



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Nice Alpha. Those a great cameras. Looks like it has some honest wear on it that makes it look even better.
 
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Nice Alpha. Those a great cameras. Looks like it has some honest wear on it that makes it look even better.


Thanks, yes it's compact enough to be a constant companion so it gets beat around a bit lol.


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