When you stitch images you get more MP, though some allowance has to be allowed for the overlap.
Assuming a D800, MP in the stitched file should go up from 36 MP to over 72 MP.
36 to 72 MP gives a...
This review avoids too much test chart detail and concentrates on the reason Nikon introduced the lens - corner reproduction of bright lights at night compared to other Nikon 50 mm lenses, plus...
90% of the time the back focusing is camera related but it can be a problem with the calibration of the lens. (snipped)
A problem I found with the focus targets is that in adjusting...
the key question is how does the 24-120 f/4 hold up on the higher pixel density of 24 MP DX?
Higher pixel density is irrelevant.
The greater the lens resolution the more information...
Whether or not changing from one system to another or vice versa, or owning both is a smart move depends on your photographic needs, and can your wallet.
HOWEVER the instructions for either camera...
Dogs cannot speak but they can try to communicate to humans
Ears flat back, happy expression, tonge out are a dog ways of saying they are happy with a situation.
Maybe the dog thought you were nice...
Following my earlier comment, the thread is developing into a discussion on angled targets.
Anybody who assumes an angled target is likely to always be reliable for AF calibration can be making an...
You mean the Nikon that doesn't acknowledge D600 oil spots or the focus issues with the D800?
Hmmm... I'll pick Thom Hogan
Nikon issued a D600 service advisory 10 months ago - so...
Who are we gonna believe, Hogan or Nikon?
Nikon say "and the same 16.2-megapixel FX-format sensor as Nikon’s flagship D4"
Nikon do not say all the other components used to produce...
I tested the DC and found the best balance between sharpness and bokeh was with the DC always at 1 stop less than aperture. If aperture was f4, DC was set to -2.8 for example.
It is well known that the 135 usually needs heavy calibration on the digital bodies,
I have seen plenty of evidence no calibration is needed with a good AF target, and...
Michael Benveniste wrote:
Here's a head-to-head test at 135mm between a non-D 135mm DC and a 70-200mm VR. For this setup I shot from approximately 20 feet using a D800 mounted on a full-sized...
The OP, who might be a relative novice, asks if his tests are likely to be reliable.
NONE OF THE LINKS OR SUGGESTIONS posted so far are first class targets according to the guidance on getting good...
Generally humidity reduces distant subject clarity and contrast.
There is not much you can do about this atmospheric effect other than check weather forecasts and if the light is polarised (often...
The diffuser hinges are relatively small. Although I have never broken one using Nikon flash units for 12 years, I can understand an occasional breakage.
It is an easy fix for Nikon. As the flash...
I tried the camera with the SB-910 and noticed that some shots were consistently out of focus, especially with my 24/1.4 lens but also other fast...
Cliff Fujii wrote:
There are some vignetting issues with the PC-E NIKKOR 24mm f/3.5D ED lens even if not shifted or tilted.
Where do you get this idea from? Have you actually...
We do not know the camera autofocus settings but images are one and four are less than ideal autofocus subjects, confirmed on page 73 of your camera instruction book.
Page 73 explains how to use AF...
hard black corners with a Hoya circular polariser but only at the wide end.
You do not say which Hoya - there are several current and discontinued Hoya at different price...
Your profile shows you live in Luxembourg. Tanzania is close to the equator - and does not have early morning periods of darkness in the sense of middle latitudes.
The sun comes up in just 2...
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