Separation has been discussed, and I know you said on that particular shot, but if you're shooting sports, it's unlikely you will always be in daylight. F2.8 is something of the minimum you need...
See page 321 of the manual (US version anyway)
There is a difference between thanking someone for something that is a common courtesy (opening doors) and what you are doing.
So if someone does something perfectly ordinary...
I've used my D800 in both 5.0 and 5.2 on Windows 8.0 x 64 bit, no issues.
Photo Pete wrote:
I am now considering the 80-400.
Every time the new 80-400 G is mentioned I remind myself that it is a f5.6 5X zoom. Then I dismiss...
I’m afraid there is some misinformation, or lack of information, in some of the replies you have received. Not claiming to be the ultimate expert, but here goes, first about choice of...
thanks for your intake..
just wondeRing using the fill size of sensor on the D800
how can I get a smaller tiff file ..
Raw uses the full file size and full bit depth...
Would i be right maybe to add also that you get, beyond the 1stop difference and heavy-duty build, the possibility also of a 560 f/5.6 with decent performance ?...
I had one and liked it a lot, and never found it soft at a distance. I then got a 400/2.8 and found out what sharp is, but that's a bit unfair to compare to a zoom.
The 200-400 is sharper up close...
Sorry. If your work doesn't make you happy, you shouldn't do it.
As a parent, I don't feel that I have any obligation to anyone who chooses to photograph my...
It is a sad and sobering trend that the blame seems to lie squarely with the equipent manufacturers, rather than the photographers themselves.
Out of focus? Only 36 AF points!...
Richard Weisgrau wrote:
Your questions are good. Are the answers? The legal advice you get from photographers is probably worse than the photos you would get from lawyers.
Is there a place to...
Donald Chin wrote:
Isn't daylight wonderful? After a whole series of night games, today I finally get another soccer day game.
Sunset is earlier in late fall, the match started with ISO at 125...
Rugby is what American football was meant to be and missed badly!
Very nice. I've never shot rugby so take it all with a grain of salt, but a few would have more impact with yet tighter crops (#2...
Mine reads 14, though I think it has read 13 in the past (I found a very old posting I wrote saying so back over a year ago).
My GUESS is that this is like remaining space on cards -- Nikon gives...
Leonard Shepherd wrote:
The zoom is a zoom.
The prime has a lot less distortion than the zoom at 14mm, but the small amount it has is not easy to correct moustache shape about 60% out from...
To your question about where I use it -- I looked in lightroom and found about 65% of my shots were at 14 or 15mm. Interestingly the rest were more evenly spread (i.e. there wasn't a huge pile at...
Buy one from someone like B&H with a return policy, and see for yourself.
Trust me, photographers are picky people. You wouldn't be finding just a few hints of it if it were a common problem (just...
Red G8R wrote:
I thought that was a D800 problem that was resolved. No green tint on my D4.
Got one of those also, never noticed a difference in the two.
Not coming from an authorized dealer (if they are not -- I didn't look) means you get no warranty, at least if Nikon follows its rules.
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