Absolutely and purely beautiful, unique and magical. Manufactured by the Earth.A big BRAVO!
Since I received the message from FB, I was reluctant to leave my pictures on FB ... A week of reflection and reading your news have finally convinced me: I deleted almost all the pictures I shared ... Finally, I hope I have managed this maneuver! You never know what magic is capable FB!thank you dpreview
First, forgive me for my bad English.I appreciate your site, I followed its development in recent years. Often using your tests as a reference.I am amazed at the lack of common sense shown in the announcement of the new Nikon Coolpix P7800.What criteria do you use to make your first comment?Why do you say: : « makes the P7800 a potentially attractive option for anyone looking to step up from a more basic point and shoot, or as a second body alongside an entry-level DSLR. » ?DSLRs entry game are primarily intended for amateur customers who prefer to use simple devices, regardless of specific settings. Unlike the Nikon Coolpix P7800, which comes complete with comprehensive and complex trimmings, similar to those of a pro DSLR. And are rather afraid to owners of a camera entry game.To me, this kind of text lack of seriousness, and discredits "dpreview"Still, I'll always enjoy following the news and news through dpreview.Long life to you, but please, stay realistic!
Lives in the Swiss mountains, I am particularly sensitive to rocky landscapes. Magnificent panorama under a threatening sky!
Excellent article. Thank you.While the professional photographer dies quickly, it recalls that photography has shown human history for many years.
The same for me ...As English is not my first language, I understood "landscape" as being the subject of the photo, tree, yes, but in a landscape, not the format. That's life!
Finally, we find that in the Nikon 1 V2! Now it gets interesting.
Hello,Nikon Coolpix P7700 back with this. The viewfinder disappears, the sensor is still tiny and still increases the pixels ... Personally, I have imagined a more compact "expert" who would approach the Canon G1X. Device without a viewfinder (even too small) can make the "real" picture. Is a big difference between looking at a screen at arm's length, and put his eye against the camera back into the image you want to capture.I dream of a Nikon S 3 (digital) that can meet or exceed the Fuji X100 or X-Pro1.
I wonder why Nikon has released two different versions of the D800 ... Perhaps to be talked about just! And it seems to be very effective! Really work with a camera is taking pictures, sell them, for advertising, for books, magazines, prints exhibitions. Look at a picture of 36 million pixels at 100% or more on a computer screen, to find the difference, is it really useful? The Nikon D800 is a great camera, and probably also D800e. Enough talk, let's work now. Best regards.
I love the composition of this picture. Unfortunately it is not clear.
just beautiful!Fantastic atmosphere and impressive
Hello, I confess that I no longer understand the recent political Nikon ... Why 24 million pixels in an entry level DSLR? And what will they do to the replacement for the Nikon D300s if the little camera has 24 million pixels ??Looks like they have "flipped" and abandoned quality imagen general, and especially high sensitivity for the benefit of the size of the image ... What does an amateur with 24 megapixels honestly?Nikon suddenly recedes. I am worried and disappointed.But despite this, I remain faithful to the yellow mark ... for some time.Best regards.
For me who lives in Switzerland, in the mountains (Alps) this picture is the vision I have of the real America, the one on the other side of the main avenues.Great shot, almost like a painting (HDR perhaps?)Best regards.
I compared the treatment of D800 NEF files with Capture NX 2.3 and LR4. Good on both sides.
I hesitated to change camera ... Fear of running out of capacity in low natural light ... Well your tests in the studio and the images "real" I decided. Thank you for the work you do. And more quickly in fact!Best regards
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