Announced Feb 7, 2012 •
36 megapixels | 3.2″ screen | Full frame sensor
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Every D800E resource I have read (manual, forums, etc.) states that pressing the OK button in LiveView mode toggles the exposure simulator on and off but the OK button does nothing in LiveView on my camera. Additionally, I cannot turn the shutter speed lower that 1/30 in LiveView. I have firmware version 1.10 (A and B), I am wondering if they disabled the exposure compensation with newer firmware versions? My goal is to be able to focus on stars by switching on LiveView and zooming in on a...
Hi All, Recently sold my D800E and 24-120 f4 , I have Nikon D750 in mind due to lot of good review about it like fast AF, good ISO, WiFi ... while at camera store to check out the D750 I also take a look at new D810 and fall in love with it again just because the shutter so quite compare with my 800E... :-).. and some improved over 800E. I Received the D810 from Adorama yesterday(Great services), now I need a good lens walk around(beside the 24-120mm f4). All input will be greatly...
When comparing the D810 with my D800E, focus accuracy, sharpness and overall PQ is truly a game changer. The D810 blows away the D800E in every situation; I get sharper pictures with the 24-85 kit glass, but I’d like to have a faster glass and be able to take full advantage of the D810 amazing performance. As I search about glasses, it seems that even when shooting at high speed and when VR is not needed, the 24-70mm f/2.8 delivers the same or even less sharpness than the 24-85 kit glass. I’d...
I have been reading through some of the threads about the new 5d's and I don't have much experience with the anti AA world as I have used only canons. And I haven't found much discussion about the AA filter or not to filter. For a little background; I am a working pro, with 25 years+ shooting only advertising. But my client base is broad. I have made my living shooting over the many years now from starting in college working with a busy portrait studio shooting 50 weddings a year + seniors,...
Hey, I've got a big nasty spot on my sensor, about 100px square. Not sure whether it's dust or maybe a dried droplet of mist or something. Should I send my precious off to Nikon for cleaning, or do you think that I can trust my handy local professional camera repair shop to do a good job? (I'm not comfortable doing it myself, beyond a good blow-out with a squeeze blower, and that didn't fix the problem.) (I'm expecting either "Nikon would be overkill" or "don't let anybody else touch it"...
I had been seeing spots appearing in my images so I thought perhaps as I'm a heavy user it was just dust etc. I had it (sensor-wet clean) cleaned today by my local camera guy who always does a good job. After shooting some long exposures up to and over 30 seconds I noticed that some of the spots were still there. I'm curious to know if any others have had similar issues with their d800e. Also if someone has a possible answer or solution please post it. I had no idea of the issues that were...
Hello, so I was in a local Nikon dealer shop the other day inquiring on some prices, and was offered a demo D610 for an attractive price. Although I'm convinced that a D810 is worth its price difference over a D800E, and a D800E in turn over a D610, but despite my trials to save the money I still fell short..So I'm facing two options at the moment: Either proceed and upgrade from a D7000 to full format by settling on the D610, or manage somehow to live longer inside the caged world of cropped...
First of all, let me state some of my understandings. Please DO correct me if I am wrong ;) I have did a bit studies over wiki , nikon , and dpreview . All AF lenses have the AF screw hole? All AF bodies have the AF screw driver? All non-AF bodies have no AF screw driver? No matter in what combinations, AF detection and calculations must be done in camera. (i am quite sure on this.) Differences between AF and AF-S lens is, AF lens cannot turn itself mechanically (need to depend on the body's...