Tripodasaurus

Tripodasaurus

Joined on Dec 26, 2011

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  • I just sold my Nikon D7100 and lenses and Canon 5D Mkll and lenses and bought Fuji XT1 with 23mm f1.4 (35mm), 10-24mm (15-35) and 55-200mm (83-300) lenses. All very impressive lenses and ...
  • I really enjoy shooting landscape on a tripod with Nikon D7100 but need a flip down screen to save stooping down to see through the viewfinder. If the new Nikon D7200 had a flip down screen, as ...
  • Commented on Nikon D7200 Review preview

    CORRECTIONS FOR DP REVIEW TEAM
    The Introduction says it uses a Sony sensor but New Features section says Toshiba sensor!
    Tv's.

  • Commented on Nikon D7200 Review preview

    CORRECTIONS FOR DP REVIEW TEAM
    The Introduction says it uses a Sony sensor but New Features section says Toshiba sensor!
    Tks.

  • Taken in a graveyard and with a bit of post processing you could match your own skin to it for a real life Zombie-selfie. Wooahh! :-D D D

  • The new Nikon D750 FF camera weighs the same as the Nikon 7100 and has the option to use DX format with FF lenses. i.e. FF 24 mm becomes 35mm in DX format etc for ALL Nikon FF lenses so one needs...

  • The new Nikon D750 FF camera weighs the same as the Nikon 7100 and has the option to use DX format with FF lenses. i.e. FF 24 mm becomes 35mm in DX format etc for ALL Nikon FF lenses so one needs...

  • On some Nikon FF cameras, esp.the D750, there is an APC-S mode which auto adjusts the viewfinder and effectively digitally crops whatever FF lens is on the camera. i.e. a 24mm to 35mm, 35mm to...

  • On some Nikon FF cameras, esp.the D750, there is an APS-C mode which auto adjusts the viewfinder and effectively digitally crops whatever FF lens is on the camera. i.e. a 24mm to 35mm, 35mm to...

  • On some Nikon FF cameras, esp.the D750, there is an APS-C mode which auto adjusts the viewfinder and effectively digitally crops whatever FF lens is on the camera. i.e. a 24mm to 35mm, 35mm to...

  • Replied in @ 1.6
    When Nikon designed face detection they weren't expecting such a big hooter! fun pic, thanks for sharing.
  • Well said obsolescence. Perhaps I could add that for me at least the pleasure of photography is the whole slow process of setting up the camera, hopefully on a tripod, and taking the best well...

  • @obsolesencence.
    Well said obsolescence. Perhaps I could add that for me at least the pleasure of photography is the whole slow process of setting up the camera, hopefully on a tripod, and taking...

  • Replied in 16-85 Review
    Hi Sanjay Apart from their light gathering ability, I tend to forget that DX lenses' apertures have also to be multiplied by 1.5 to reveal their 35mm lens equivilent depth of field and associated ...
  • Commented on BETASAMPLE_ISO3200_DSCF0217 photo in dpreview review samples's photo gallery

    Actually, Yes.
    I didn't mention quantity of blur. It looks like your initial question was a trap as you seem to know more about bokeh than you made out. Why do I bother trying to help?

  • Commented on BETASAMPLE_ISO3200_DSCF0217 photo in dpreview review samples's photo gallery

    Actually, Yes.
    I didn't mention quantity of blur. It looks like your initial question was a trap so you could bang on about quantity, as you seem to know more about bokeh than you made out. If you...

  • Commented on BETASAMPLE_ISO3200_DSCF0217 photo in dpreview review samples's photo gallery

    nawknai,
    Actually, Yes.
    I didn't mention quantity of blur. It looks like your initial question was a trap so you could bang on about quantity, as you seem to know more about bokeh than you made...

  • Commented on BETASAMPLE_ISO3200_DSCF0217 photo in dpreview review samples's photo gallery

    Nawknai, bokeh is the out of focus areas i.e. In front and behind the area in focus. A 'creamy' out of focus area esp. behind the subject can give an almost 3D effect of separating the subject from...

  • Commented on BETASAMPLE_ISO3200_DSCF0217 photo in dpreview review samples's photo gallery

    Nawknai, bokeh is the out of focus areas i.e. In front and behind the area in focus. A 'creamy' out of focus area esp. behind the subject can give an almost 3D effect of separating the subject from...

  • I'd definately go the professional printing co. route.  I have a colour printer at home that can produce quite good prints when it behaves itself but only to A4 size.  I read elsewhere too that ...
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