tcphoto

tcphoto

Lives in United States NY, United States
Has a website at http://tonycorrea.com/blog/
Joined on Feb 8, 2004

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  • I enjoying using the D600 for street/walkabout photography. Relatively light and quiet for FX with great image quality. Although owning the 50/1.4afs, prefer my 20+ year old 35/2 AF:...
  • Replied in Still wrong
    Correct. But I stated perceived darker image. There is still some vignette even with the sensor's microlenses. Shoot a 50/1.4 AFS on a FX body using manual exposure, fixed ISO, same EV at f/1.4,...
  • Replied in Wrong
    Not wrong. In the OPs specific situation the senor nor camera software is performing any compensation specific to the lens the OP is utilizing. All lenses have some vignette at max aperture(s)....
  • Replied in Wrong
    Although you are correct that most modern DSLR when mounted with an a CPU lens can compensate for the vignette and the actual light transmission, this does not apply in the OPs case. His D50/D60...
  • Replied in Wrong.
    The OP is setting the exposure manually. Neither the D50 or D60 meter with NAI, AI, AI-S (non-CPU) lenses. Therefore he is not using autoexposure or the camera's built-in meter to set his manual...
  • What you are seeing are a result of lens' t-stop and vignetting. Maximum F-stops are the calculated physical lens optical diameter. T-stops is the actual light transmission of the lens. Some light...
  • Received my set and can confirm the above when used with the SB-800. Only works if pointed straight along the lens. Forget any bounce or wireless creative lighting which pretty much defeats the...
  • I would agree: http://www.tonycorreastudios.com/p1053781469
  • Also, for the indoor shoots my ISO was between 6,400 and 12,800 on the D800. Yes there is noise if pixel peeping the full 36mp, but if shooting JPEG medium (20mp) or small (still 9mp) the apparent...
  • Hello Peter, For indoor sports I almost always shoot in manual exposure, shutter speed, aperture, ISO. Depending on the lighting in the venue, I might use either manual WB (set a K value) or use...
  • I use all crop modes (1.0x, 1.2x, 1.5x) as needed depending on the action. The Fn button is programmed to flip between the crop options with a quick spin of the thumb dial. For example covering a...
  • Yes. I use mine occasionally for sports. Some samples here: http://www.tonycorreastudios.com/p1053781469 High FPS is great, but working on one's timing and anticipation of the action is more so....
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