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The Tokina AT-X 116 Seasoned DX is an ultra-wide viewpoint contact which has a rapidly f/2.8 aperture with regard to far better images throughout low-light circumstances. Based on the award-winning eye style of your AT-X 124 Expert DX (12-24mm f/4) contact the AT-X 116 Professional DX includes a a bit reduced zoom range to keep eye quality in extensive apertures. Additionally features Tokinas exclusive One-touch Focus Clutch system Device which permits the digital photographer to easily switch between Auto focus along with MF.
The Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8-10 AT-X116 Pro DX The second Digital Zoom Lens (BIM) is definitely an ultra-wide perspective contact suitable for Nikon digital cameras using a quick f/2.8 aperture with regard to far better pictures within low-light scenarios. This specific zoom lens has a slightly shorter zoom range to take care of to prevent top quality at broad apertures. Tokinas exclusive One-touch Focus Clutch system System permits the wedding photographer to change involving Auto focus and also MF by simply getting mad the focus ring. Drinking water Repellent Visual Coating to safeguard the lens throughout rainy and windy temperature.
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How to Take Excellent Photographs
There are literally millions of articles about digital photography on the internet and I have read hundreds of them, but I have not read many that give basic tips to would be photographers who are starting out with their first camera. Of course I only refer to digital cameras; their predecessors have all but disappeared.
Firstly, please, please get a camera with a viewfinder, whether you are looking through the lens as with a DSLR (Digital Single Lens Reflex) or through a separate viewfinder as on a simpler camera you will introduce too many problems by holding the camera at arms length whilst shooting. Secondly do not worry about megapixels, more is not necessarily better, a 3Mp camera takes photos that are perfectly good enough for printing up to A4 size (210 x 297 MM) Finally, zoom. Optical zoom means that the subject is magnified optically before being digitised, digital zoom means that the picture is magnified after being digitised, as far as quality and definition is concerned it does not matter how much digital zoom your camera has you will not improve your pictures. Optical zoom however will allow you to zoom in to a distant subject and see it with the camera in the same way that you can with a pair of binoculars.
Set to Automatic When you start out, set the camera to automatic, you will in time become familiar with the other settings as you learn and gain experience, if the camera has an automatic flash, leave it switched on, it will only operate if the electronics decide that it is needed. Holding the camera Hold the camera firmly in both hands with the viewfinder close to your eye, tuck your elbows in to your sides, take a breath, partly exhale and then hold your breath and press the shutter release.