D90 + MB-D80D90-IR (~695nm)
Nikkor 10.5 fisheyeNikkor 10-24Nikkor 16-85 VR Nikkor 50 f/1.8 AFDNikkor 70-300 VRSigma 105 macro
Lee 100mm filter systemManfrotton 055 CXPROBManfrotto 484 RC2B+W 110 filter (77 mm)B+W 093 IR filter (77 mm)Soligor CPL (67+77 mm)
Dear DPREVIEW, could someone please clarify which lens and APERTURE was used for the test shots? I'd like to compare the D7100 non-AA sensor vs the D5200 AA-sensor fine details, but I hardly see any difference. But if it was done at f/8, it would not be a suprise anyways.Do you have a summary anywhere where you describe how your tests are done?Thanks!
4 stops of VR?Is my assumtion correct that this means it's the good old VRII, not the latest VRIII seen in the 70-200 f/4?
The preview indicates the MD-D12 vertical grip, while other sources say the D7100 uses a new grip (MD-D15).
Which one's true?
Rick Knepper: If you want a $100 adapter for the Canon TSE-17mm (sans filters & holder), and wish to use Lee Filter products, here's a clever use of the $35 replacement lens cap for the 17mm and a Lee Filter ring adapter $79.
Hi! Looks great! Have you ever tried this with a Nikon 14-24 perhaps?
Karl Summers: How about something for the Canon 10-22.
For a 16-35 equivalent DX lens the Cokin P system is enough in most cases, unless you stack too many filters (CPL + ND1000 + 3-4 square filters) at the wide end in landscape mode. For those situations the Lee 100mm filter system is more than enough.
tektrader: I have a 28mm nikon PC lens whihc is quite good. But you know what? for doing stitched panoramas, its Too wide.
While this lens may be nice for single shot landscapes and architectural photos. I do 8 shots dual row panoramas and its just too wide.
50-80mm would be awesome for me. Maybe they will do that next? :)
Wow, had a google on that and it looks impressive. Do you think it would be compatible with the Samyang TS 24?
Are these photos really supposed to be 'beautiful'? Not for me, sorry.. The article is nice for beginners, but the illustrations should have been more inspirational.