We’ve got a lot of Used Nikon film bodies in stock right now — check these out! There’s a few DSLR bodies, too! :) And even two NIKON Z6 bodies! If you are interested in any of these, contact us as soon as you can, as Used inventory changes regularly! 262–782–4303 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Here’s the manual-focus, film bodies we have currently…
Canon’s 70–200/2.8 has always been well-regarded as one of THE professional lenses a photographer needs, if they’re a Canon user — and we have one in Used right now! And we ALSO have a 1.4x teleconverter that pairs up with it so darn nicely. Now, I have always been hesitant about using teleconverters, not trusting how they’d impact image quality, but after a weekend with this combo, I’d easily recommend it!
If you’re still shooting film, and your camera of choice happens to be the Minolta Maxxum system, we’ve got some very affordable lenses in our Used Dept. for you! Check these out — and then come visit the store! And bring some film for processing, too, our lab is here and ready for you — every WEDNESDAY is FILM WEDNESDAY, where you get a special price-break for develop-and-print orders on 35mm color film!
On the wide-angle end, we’ve got a Vivitar Series 1 19–35mm for $50.
For “normal” zooms, we have a number of lenses — 28–105mm, 28–135mm, and a…
Back in January, I got to spend some time with the Canon R6, one of Canon’s latest full-frame, mirrorless cameras. I got to use it with the Tamron 24–70/2.8 G1 lens, and the Canon EF 200mm/2.8 telephoto. I used the Control Ring adapter to mount these EF lenses onto this R-mount body.
Recently, I was out on Lake Michigan, in Port Washington. I was literally out on the lake, thanks to the development of shoreline-ice. I was photographing what I could see of Milwaukee, 25 miles to the south…I had the Nikon D7200 and Tamron 150–600mm G2 lens, and was thrilled that I could see some of the skyscrapers and large antennas of Milwaukee’s East Side/Downtown.
I was looking towards Milwaukee when I noticed movement on the horizon — it was a flock of ducks, flying right in my direction! It was the neatest thing, and I kept my eye to the…
I recently got to spend some time out on the Ice Age Trail near West Bend, and walking around Port Washington. Both places made for some great photo-ops with the Olympus E-M1iii and 9–18mm ultrawide lens!
For the microfourthirds system, 25mm is what counts as a “normal” focal length (while for full-frame, 50mm is “normal”). So, a 9–18mm lens is WAY wide! :)
…the Nikon AF-P DX 10–20mm/4.5–5.6 G and the Nikon AF-S DX 10–24mm/3.5–4.5 G — these two ultra-wide lenses for crop-sensor DSLRs are very similar in their angles-of-view, but have a few distinct differences that justify their big price difference.
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