Just got the Nikon D70

Discussion in 'Nikon' started by JR, Dec 30, 2004.

  1. JR

    JR Guest

    and I've been playing around with it all day. Now I'm looking for an easy
    way to get them on a webpage (free for now, or a very low annual cost) so I
    can send people there via a link. I already use ofoto and snapfish...but I'm
    looking to create a webpage. I know very basic HTML so I would love
    something with a tutorial/wizard (ie: something like geocities, but that
    does a better job!). Does anyone have any suggestions?
    Thanks
     
    JR, Dec 30, 2004
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    TeranewsUser Guest

    Can you post them to webshots?
     
    TeranewsUser, Dec 30, 2004
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  3. JR

    JR Guest

    I have done webshots as well....I guess I'm looking for something more
    personal...that I can develop/change.
     
    JR, Dec 30, 2004
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    rufref Guest

    Nikon has a website where you can post pictures. Try Nikon.com.
     
    rufref, Dec 30, 2004
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  5. JR

    TeranewsUser Guest

    Gotcha. Also free is Yahoo. You make a home page and make folders full of
    pictures. You can name the folders, and folks can see the thumbnails
    before seeing the photographs. Hope that is of assistance.
     
    TeranewsUser, Dec 31, 2004
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    SVTKate Guest

    How do you like it?
    I have been eyeballing them, would love to get ahold of one and compare it
    to my E10.

    Kate

    | and I've been playing around with it all day. Now I'm looking for an easy
    | way to get them on a webpage (free for now, or a very low annual cost) so
    I
    | can send people there via a link. I already use ofoto and snapfish...but
    I'm
    | looking to create a webpage. I know very basic HTML so I would love
    | something with a tutorial/wizard (ie: something like geocities, but that
    | does a better job!). Does anyone have any suggestions?
    | Thanks
    |
    |
     
    SVTKate, Dec 31, 2004
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  7. My cousin brought my D70 over from the the US and I picked it up a few
    days before Christmas ... what a pleasure. I've been using digital since
    Kodak first brought out the DC40, then I had a Minolta F100 which could
    do just about everything my Nikon EM could do except change lenses. The
    F100 is my everyday carry glass and love it to bits .... BUT .... the
    D70 is like a breath of fresh air. I've been playing with it everyday
    and only had to recharge the battery last night. There was just a bit of
    a learning curve in getting to know the menu layouts and trying to
    remember which button worked with which control wheel etc. I printed a
    few harbour and family 6x4's yesterday for the first time and was really
    impressed .. no regrets at all and am looking for all kinds of excuses
    to get out there and use it. It's also very fast ... as in VERY ! I'm so
    used to the shutter lag with the F100 that yesterday I fired off 3 shots
    in succession with the D70 of a herd of cows which were standing cooling
    off in a farmer's dam. It's a beautiful piece of equipment and has got
    me back into photography again after years of nothing with film. The
    only thing I really miss is a cable release but use the timer instead.
    You'll love it, I'm sure.

    Bernard
     
    Bernard P Rother, Dec 31, 2004
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    Dirty Harry Guest

    You must be able to get a cable release for it?
     
    Dirty Harry, Dec 31, 2004
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  9. No, but Nikon sells a remote control ($20.00 Cdn)
     
    David & Christina, Dec 31, 2004
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    grol Guest

    try: http://www.nikonnet.com
     
    grol, Jan 3, 2005
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