Announced Feb 7, 2012 •
36 megapixels | 3.2″ screen | Full frame sensor
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I just purchased a D800e and I love the camera. I am using the 24-70 lens on it with Auto ISO, Auto Minimum Shutter Speed. I was told that Shutter Speed should always be 1/max length of lens to avoid camera shake. In my case, shooting at around 24 resulted in a photo that had a shutter speed of 1/40. Is there anyway to make the D800e obey the max focal length rule or at least never drop below 1/60? --Nikon D700Sony a7r
Hello, Here is what I do: - I shoot with Nikon D800e in RAW;- I do HDR a lot! - I don't print!; I'm on an iMac 27, late 2012, the first thin ones.I have calibrated it with Spyder4Pro on a 6500k basis and it's still kind of warmer to my taste but that's not the problem.The calibration shows that my iMac is 99% sRGB, and 76% Adobe RGB accurate.My real headache is: what should I choose in Photoshop CS6. I understand that I should save with sRGB embedded profile, but what about when working with...
Sorry if this has been beaten to death. I am just getting used to my D800E (which not surprisingly really impresses me). My setup currently has the front dial changing the aperture. In winter - like now - when I use mittens or gloves, or put the camera in and out of a bag - the dial is easy to move unintentionally. Of course I can see this in the viewfinder but it's still a bit unnerving. Of course the advantage of using that dial for aperture is that it's easy to make the changes when you...
Did I miss it? In your interview with the head of Canon I did not see a question regarding a supposed new high megapixel camera. I have been waiting a long time for something to match or exceed the Nikon D800E from Canon. At some point I will just have to sell off my Canon stuff and go with all Nikon hardware. I want big files to make big prints. How could you not ask this question???
I am in the market for a D800E and a 14-24mm f2.8 lens, either in one go or separate. I'm not in a real hurry to get one just yet, but within 6 months maybe. At the current prices I've worked out both would cost about £ 3,700 GBP, but if anybody knows of any attractive deals going I may be interested in purchasing earlier. I tend to see quite a lot of cashback deals going, but they never seem to be for the stuff I'm after. I'd be interested in re-conditioned units too, but would prefer brand...
I just purchased a Nikon D800e and was disappointed to see the full frame sensor is not compatible with my Nikon 18-200 mm dx lens. I need this lens for a big trip soon and am wondering what my options are. I don't mind using old used gear if it's in good shape. I need an affordable option with comparable focal length to work with the full frame sensor. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
Nikon 28mm f/1.8 - walk-about lens with my D5200 plus a nice complement to my D800E plus holy trinity (I use the D800E when I need it but lug the around D5200 everywhere) Or Sigma 17-70mm f/2.8-4 C - walk-about lens on the D5200 plus OS useful for video (mostly kids) Or 35mm f/1.8 DX - go cheap yet get picture quality better than the Sigma... but I don't feel it is wide enough I'm an advanced amateur... I shoot anything and everything, no special style... :-) Thanks for the advise folks...
A couple of weeks ago I asked about the Nikon R1 Close-up Speedlight Remote Kit in the field. I wanted to know if people were using it in rugged outdoor conditions. http://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/53022431 Now I'm wondering, do I need the SU-800 Wireless Speedlight Commander to control the SB-R200 Wirelss Remote Speedlights? I've read through the manual that comes with it, covering the R1C1, the R1, the SU-800 and the SB-R200 and the camera manual for the D800e. Using the D800e to...
I am taking to go overseas and take a slew of HDR photos with my D800e and I am thinking that I am going to need a small, lightweight, but yet very powerful laptop top to handle and store all the D800 images. I have always been a Windows user, what would you recommend??? Thanks! Bob, from Ohio