LENSES FOR NIKON D60 CAMERA - OUTDOOR IP CAMERA PTZ
GGS DSLR LCD Optical Glass Screen Protector for Nikon D60 cameras
GGS LCD screen protector is using ultra thin optical glass and special processing, it is high transparency, anti-scrape, anti-bump, anti-aging and easy to install.
Easy to Install:
How to remove:
* No trimming required, fit directly on your LCD screen. * Just clean your LCD screen first, peel off the white back of the protector to stick, Done! * Easy to install and bubbles free, unlike plastic protector which always gives you bubbles between the protector and the screen. * No adhesive backing at the LCD screen, only at the border of the film for clearness. * Can be removed and reinstall, without leaving ugly residual on your LCD screen. * Use a thin plastic business card or similar item (the plastic package of this protector could be used as the tool) to slide around the edge of the screen to remove it. * Do not pull or use fingernails to lift the four corners of the screen protector as it may break the glass protector, hurt your fingers and/or damage the camera.
Day 129 - My New Nikon
I had decided that I wanted a new camera body for my upcoming 50th birthday. After visiting B&H and checking out the different Nikon camera bodies, I decided that I wanted a Nikon D7000. The problem with the D7000 is that it is usually available with a lens, but the body only option is usually out of stock. I don't need the lens that comes with the kit. So I decided to stalk B&H and order the camera body when it became available. I'm a good stalker, and the camera came in last week. I spoke to my husband, and we basically agreed that I could flip my birthday with my anniversary this year, inasmuch as the camera will be my anniversary present and I'll get something smaller in October for my big birthday. It's a deal that works for me. So my new camera arrived today. It'll take between now and my anniversary to learn how to properly use the D7000 with all of its options So now I can use the D60 when I want to take pictures with different lenses without worrying about swapping out the lenses, and I know that I have it available as a back up camera if the need ever arises. But the D7000 will be my go-to camera, and I look forward to learning how to use it to its maximum potential.Size Comparing (New Nikon DSLRs)
I haven't upgraded still and I have taken well over 47.100 photos with my D70s by now. (it's in the image for comparing size only - all images are in scale to each other) In other words; I'm a little stressed/worried for how long my old D70s will last? As it looks now - I can't afford to buy anything for the next couple of months! Not even the most reasonable of them all (the D60 - which I don't want to buy as I have a couple of AF lenses; i.e. non AF-S, and I do think it's a little too simple for me too) No question about it – it’s the D700 I would like to buy, but it’s all too expensive for me. The D300 is very tempting but as I am a cheapskate (read poor), I think it’s a little too expensive still. The D200 would most likely full-fill my needs – I guess? Then again - it's old by now! The D60 is all too small and it can’t handle AF lenses (AF-S only) and the D80 is a little too small for my hands too – the price gap in between D80 up to the D200 has decreased too – and the D200 is a much better camera than the D80 I have heard. Well, let’s see… Note: All images are in exact scale to each other.
Kit includes:See also:
¦ 1) Nikon Digital SLR Camera and Laptop Backpack Case
¦ 2) Precision Design Deluxe Camera Tripod with Carrying Case
¦ 3) Precision Design Deluxe 6-Piece Lens & Digital SLR Camera Cleaning Kit
Made from rugged, weather-resistant nylon, this backpack will easily hold your camera, lenses, flash and other accessories, while allowing you to keep your hands free for uninterrupted shooting. The two front pockets feature padded compartments with adjustable padded dividers, enough to safely hold an SLR camera body, and up to five lenses or other similarly-sized accessories. Two large, zippered side pockets and two small mesh side pockets are perfect for storing smaller accessories such as lens filters, memory cards, cables, batteries or film.This backpack also features a padded, zippered laptop compartment on the back of the bag, which comfortably holds a notebook computer up to 15.5 x 10.75 inches in size. A padded back and shoulder straps ensure comfort even when carrying heavy loads, and a topple-resistant base keeps your gear from falling over. A shirt or light jacket can be held with the elastic cords on the front of the pack, and adjustable straps along the sides are ideal for holding small tripods or light stands in place.
Avoid camera shake and achieve maximum image quality by setting your camera on this sturdy, lightweight 57-inch tripod.
This 6-piece cleaning kit contains everything you'll ever need to properly clean your lenses, including a Hurricane Air Blower, Lens Cleaning Tissues, Lens Cloth, Lens Cleaning Liquid, Brush and Cotton Swabs.
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