winter1

winter1

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On Nikon D750 flare investigated: Why we're not worried article (364 comments in total)

Never ceases to amaze me how "fellow Photgraphers" can gloat at the misfortune of (the few) other "fellow photographers" with problems. It would appear this place tends to breed these types as you will read below.

I am sad to read these comments that come from Photographers that have clearly never handled the item in question, and have little to no knowledge of the matter. Despite this they must write their total and utter dribble but for what reason? I can only think it must be jealousy!

Personally I have no time for this. Good luck with whatever you shoot with be it Nikon or Canon or whatever.

Simpleman. Thanks for your contributions. You make me laugh so much. Obviously you are a wind up but scary to think you might actually believe what you write!

As for the D750, best Camera I have ever owned (along with my D810). Flare, what flare?

Go ahead guys, take your shot but you do realise how stupid most of you look!

Have a great day.

Direct link | Posted on Jan 22, 2015 at 08:02 UTC as 47th comment | 1 reply
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Wubslin: I'm not allowed to point out that Nikon products have issues; apparently that's being a 'Canon fanboy'.

So I will join in the rest of the users and deny that Nikon products have issues, because only a 'Canon fanboy' would ever claim that.

Hilarious!

You have a great day.

Direct link | Posted on Jan 17, 2015 at 13:18 UTC
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BrumNewsPhotos: How exactly do you replicate this issue, I have taken a few thousand images on mine and don't think I have seen it, but then I don't know what I am looking for!

Cannot replicate this issue on my D750 either!

Guess I am one of the lucky ones as never had a problem with my d40, d50, d80, d90, d300, d700, d800 or current d750 & d810.

Did have a problem with some bateries once but that proved to be the charger. However Nikons response was to send me 3 new batteries FOC which arrived in a couple of days.

My experience with everything Nikon has been flawless.

Direct link | Posted on Jan 17, 2015 at 09:09 UTC
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Duckie: Long live the D760!

I can assure you my D750 is going nowhere as like many it performs flawlessly along with my D810.

Thanks for your input. Oh just one other thing, as your so informed on this so called flare situation, just how many have this problem?

Have a great day and instead of spreading useless unsubstantiated info on here, why not go out and take some photos.

Cheers!

Direct link | Posted on Jan 17, 2015 at 08:47 UTC
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Wubslin: I'm not allowed to point out that Nikon products have issues; apparently that's being a 'Canon fanboy'.

So I will join in the rest of the users and deny that Nikon products have issues, because only a 'Canon fanboy' would ever claim that.

Guess I was correct about you being misinformed then!

Have a grewat day!

By the way, what insults are you refering to?

Direct link | Posted on Jan 16, 2015 at 21:13 UTC
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Duckie: Long live the D760!

Can't imagine how good that will be. The D750 is the best Camera I have ever owned. I think I actually like it more then my D810.

Wow, D760. Can you imagine just how much that is going to smoke anything Canon are capable of producing? Hopefully Canon will have a decent sensor by then?

Have a great day!

Direct link | Posted on Jan 16, 2015 at 21:10 UTC
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Wubslin: I'm not allowed to point out that Nikon products have issues; apparently that's being a 'Canon fanboy'.

So I will join in the rest of the users and deny that Nikon products have issues, because only a 'Canon fanboy' would ever claim that.

Im guessing you can try and point out whatever you want. However being missinformed and having no knowledge of the facts whatsoever doesn't put you in a position to point out didly squat!

Most Canon fanboys are here because they have nothing to talk about. When you have second best it's easy to attack the very best and that's been Nikons territory for a long time now.

Personally I hope Canon can come up with something very soon. Competition is good for all and having none from
Canon is becoming very boring.

Have a great day!

Direct link | Posted on Jan 16, 2015 at 21:00 UTC
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AshMills: "Featured story" - Lets keep this non-news as hot as we can, stir up more haters!

Appears to me most posters here don't know the facts and truth!

Direct link | Posted on Jan 16, 2015 at 17:48 UTC
On Nikon releases Capture NX-D 1.0.3 and View NX 2.10.2 article (41 comments in total)

Bug fix? The whole things a bl@@dy mess!

Come on Nikon, get your act together with this (falling on deaf ears I know!). Long time user of NX2 which I actually like but this is rubbish. I am actually holding on my purchase of D750 (have D800 & D600) because of this and I suspect many others out there are doing the same?

Direct link | Posted on Oct 15, 2014 at 12:44 UTC as 10th comment | 1 reply
On Fast and full-frame: Nikon announces 24MP Nikon D750 article (406 comments in total)
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Sdaniella: flipping vari-angle (non-swivel) tilts-only-up-n-down LCD ...

no face-forward, even if mounted on a tripod
no angle left
no angle right
just up-n-down viewable held from the rear
and no face-inwards (for protection)

Nikon did offer Canon-style fully articulating VASS (vari-angle swivel screen) on the odd APSC DX dSLR, why back to this less flexible tiltflip updown LCD instead!?

ditto:
why did Canon also use a less flexible tiltflip updown LCD instead on their Powershot G1XMkII?

yikes!
what gives? we've seen other mfrs doing this, too. but it baffles me, perpetuating clearcut inflexible designs don't make any practical/functional sense at all.
restricts creative VASS perspective shooting options a great deal!

I can understand objections to fragility of moving VASS parts in higher FF models where pro/prosumer work can be more rough, but this is where a modular-robust-VASS could come in to compliment a fixed rear-screen (yes, I do want two OEM well-integrated screens over just one)

Stop talking so much b@ll@cks please.

Thank you.

Direct link | Posted on Sep 12, 2014 at 20:20 UTC
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nidri: Nikon UK announces Creative Pricing System (CPS), fully compatible with new D4, D800 and D800E models.

Following on from the success of the Creative Lighting System, we are proud to officially launch this exciting new innovation, known as CPS. The Creative Pricing System gives us the ability to effectively adjust the RRPs of our most popular DSLR camera models. Think of the original RRP as the equivalent of a RAW file; all we've done is adjust the 'price' slider a few notches upwards, tweaked the Moral Balance settings a little, and voila! - a beautifully rendered JPEG, aka your hard-earned money please.

The best post I have seen here. Please post this in the main d800 / d4 / d700 forum.

CPS. Very good. This should be sent to Nikon UK

Direct link | Posted on Mar 27, 2012 at 11:53 UTC
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