Vekephoto

Vekephoto

Joined on Feb 21, 2013

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On Nikon D7100 Hands-on Preview preview (492 comments in total)
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Vekephoto: I said earlier I like the specs with D7100 because of high pixel count, 51-point autofocus. I got criticised for it. Yes Mxp does not matter w/o good glass, BUT if u have a very good lense, the high pixel count begins to deliver stunning images.
I noticed this with my D3200. When I use it with a decent zoom lense (18-200mm), the images are only ok. But when I stuck on a Tokina 100mm prime lens, I got amazing photos I did not realise even I could shoot. The combination of high pixels and good glass can deliver stunning results. The only problem I have is that D3200 does NOT have autofocus motor, so I have to manually focus with the Tokina lens (it's hard work but still great photos). I want a second camera with autofocus and I though the obvious camera to get the best out of Tokina prime lens would be D7100 with it's 51-focus points and high pixel count. Would anyone recommend any better alternative?

Forgot to say that of course for me, the lack of anti-aliasing filter also counts. The less blur, the better, and works well with good Tokina prime lens and high pixel count.

Direct link | Posted on Mar 16, 2013 at 21:53 UTC
On Nikon D7100 Hands-on Preview preview (492 comments in total)

I said earlier I like the specs with D7100 because of high pixel count, 51-point autofocus. I got criticised for it. Yes Mxp does not matter w/o good glass, BUT if u have a very good lense, the high pixel count begins to deliver stunning images.
I noticed this with my D3200. When I use it with a decent zoom lense (18-200mm), the images are only ok. But when I stuck on a Tokina 100mm prime lens, I got amazing photos I did not realise even I could shoot. The combination of high pixels and good glass can deliver stunning results. The only problem I have is that D3200 does NOT have autofocus motor, so I have to manually focus with the Tokina lens (it's hard work but still great photos). I want a second camera with autofocus and I though the obvious camera to get the best out of Tokina prime lens would be D7100 with it's 51-focus points and high pixel count. Would anyone recommend any better alternative?

Direct link | Posted on Mar 16, 2013 at 21:44 UTC as 84th comment | 1 reply
On Nikon D7100 Hands-on Preview preview (492 comments in total)

By the looks of it, this may be the best dx camera available ever.
Weather resistant, 51-focus points, no aliasing filter, great 24m resolution.
This is set to be the perfect crop factor camera that will again show that dx format can deliver some stunning photography. Can't wait to get one.

Direct link | Posted on Feb 21, 2013 at 22:56 UTC as 149th comment | 8 replies
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