NEX-F3 frustration--is this related to ISO 200?

Started Dec 4, 2012 | Questions thread
D Cox
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Re: NEX-F3 frustration--is this related to ISO 200?
In reply to ShinyFace, Dec 4, 2012

ShinyFace wrote:

martindesu wrote:

ShinyFace wrote:

Sorry I can't explain better. But the truth is, I don't like the pictures that have been posted any more than I like my own. Maybe I am a perfectionist.

Please could you post an example, or three, of a photo you do like?

I, for one, am extremely interested.

i like the picture of the owl, that is why i posted that one. as for landscapes, I will have to fish around in flickr, i saw some that I loved the other day (some taken on NEX-7) but I didn't bookmark them and now I can't remember where they are. i also like these but know this is not achievable with a sub-pro camera:

a few of those would qualify as "perfect"

A NEX F3 could get nearly the same quality with a first class lens, if you were in the right place at the right moment.

The cracked boulder shot was certainly taken using a tripod as it has a slow shutter speed. The lupines are taken with the lens well stopped down, so again using a tripod. (And remote control).

Both these were shot with full frame cameras, but I don't think you will see the advantage over an APS-C camera until you get to A2 print size.

Note from the comments how people will go back to the same place again and again, until the light is just right.

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