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  1. Melvin Hermann Channel

    Like the many are asking here, what camera is used to shoot that clip?

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  2. Robert Hughes

    One camera might have had a AF 50mm 1.4D. While the other camera might have had Nikon DX AF-S Nikkor 18-55mm 1:3.5-5.6D. Is that correct?

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  3. Icky Spliff

    But the real question is which cameras they used to taped this video? they look really good.

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  4. Icky Spliff

    There are 2 cameras, one of them IS the D3200, but you can see which ones are taken with it and which ones are not. Its just slightly misleading at most.

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  5. FISH DIX

    be like. am trying to cook here mate, do one with that soddin camera will ya……jesus harry christ….

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  6. Stefan Schmeisser

    No need to mention the $10,000 worth of lighting equipment that are lighting up the room…….

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  7. David Currie

    so! what lens was David Loftus using ??? nice of him to tell us!! looked like a 50mm though?.. cheers David!

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  8. Patrick Adams

    Guys, check out "MASTERING PHOTOGRAPHY IN SECONDS" if you want to be a great photographers. No need fancy cameras!

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  9. thebooze123

    Very cool. Would never expect to see Jamie Oliver in a photography video. Lol.

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  10. Michael Moriarty

    So yeah he said that lens was perfect but………………which one was it?

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  11. Clark Tanaka

    What's funny is that David doesn't shoot with a D4 on regular basis. But again, equipment is not what makes a good photo.

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  12. JOEL FLSA

    You know every time I go to a nice restaurant I take pictures of the nice food with my cell phone now that I've see your guys video I'm going to take my GE X500 camera and start taking pics of the food before I eat.

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  13. Huajun Daniel Sun

    Dear WhatDigitalCamera, could you please change the title of this video? It is deceiving since you are using a Nikon D4?!?!?!

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  14. ben royals

    You can tell he is using the 50mm f1.8 AFD lens on the D4 because when Jamie holds up the paster and he takes the photo with the people in the background, the bokeh looks quite bad and not smooth and that lens creates bokeh like that.

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  15. espee123

    Omg what the feck @1:14 its not a Nikon D3100 ffs!! looks more like Nikon D3x to me. makes me think is that really "good olive oil" he is using!

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  16. Nicolas Meier

    Hmm I think it's the f/1.4D and not the nifty fifty. I believe so due to the reflective finish on the 1.4 in contrast to the matty-finish on the 1.8 🙂 But honestly the 1.8 is still fantastic for the price! 😀

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  17. Nicolas Meier

    Mmmm cookin' and photography! My two favourite things in the world! <3 Btw I didn't know the 18-55mm could focus that close?? :-O

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  18. MrVoayer

    Very amusing video ! Jamie Oliver is always fun to watch !
    Keep up with good videos guys !!!

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  19. david jones

    Terrible vid, no mention of the ££££££s worth of lighting and all the images are over exposed. Not sure of the point of this.

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  20. Tendo

    FAKE: That was not the d3200…… Coz the d3200 doesnt have a top lcd screen… Duhhh

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  21. Stinky Crayons

    The shaking camera and crazy editing is making me want to vomit. Here it comes….

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  22. Michael Topham

    To us it looks like the lens being used with the Nikon D4 was the Nikon 50mm f/1.8 D AF. The newer 50mm f/1.8 D doesn't feature such prominent markings on the lens barrel and despite what is mentioned in the top ten tips about using a macro lens, this optic still allows you to focus within 45cm of subjects.

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  23. What Digital Camera

    Glad you liked it and thanks for watching. Don't forget to subscribe 🙂

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