Mako2011

Mako2011

Joined on Jan 20, 2011
About me:

D7000
D70
70-200mm f2.8 VRI
24-120mm f4 VRII
16-35mm f4 VRII
50mm f1.8
18-105mm VRI
70-300 non-VR
10fmm f2.8 VR

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  • Replied in Spot
    The reason for the difference is you are spot metering and the "spot" you are metering is sometimes a dark area and sometimes a white area. Add +1 EC and Auto ISO, that you set, and what you got ...
  • Replied in Likely
    Then a sensor/camera issue. May be an easy fix for Nikon service, as might not be a true sensor problem but the associated electric board
  • Replied in When
    When you take a picture, does it look like that when you review the images on the back of the camera?
  • Replied in Feedback
    That area is moderated by the staff as a whole. You still have a PM option to go directly to the moderators there (Staff community).  The Feedback link at the bottom of the page gives you the ...
  • NX-I is really just a viewer.  Use Capture NX-D instead
  • Replied in Cheap way
    It's usually in the full EXIF. If you have an OOC Jpeg that hasn't been touched by processing (file unchanged from what was recorded by the camera) you can usually use this site... ...
  • Replied in Still Adobe.
    You also might try using Capture NX-D.  Sometimes the Adobe profiles can differ from one camera model to the next. Often Adobe takes some time before new model camera profiles get "finalized"
  • Replied in comparison
    Not a great example of the difference in the OP's comparison....but there is a lot to be had by actually comparing the latitude one has when starting processing using the RAW file vs starting with ...
  • Replied in Not
    And no proof that they are not. Simply one off many showing the term is far more accepted (in a given context) than you suggest. See....that actually is not the case. They are very different ...
  • Replied in Haven't
    You still haven't provided any documentation that those are actually unofficial terms. Or documentation of what the Official term would be It may be that they are simply terms you are not fully ...
  • Replied in May be
    ND grad filters by design reduce the amount of light that reaches the sensor and AF PDAF units.  THat lack of light may prevent auto focus in some situations. Try again with the least dim ND ...
  • Replied in NX-D
    The file is not full resolution in this case. It may be due to your using CaptureNX2 and ViewNX2. Try checking with an Out of Camera JPEG and/or when using the NEF files with CaptureNX-D ViewNX2 ...
  • Replied in No problem
    No problem at all. The whole concept and terms used is/are often an interesting discussion. In many ways not set in stone and evolving to a degree. Lots of articles relate to it. I personally like ...
  • Replied in Adobe
    The difference you are seeing has more do do with the Adobe profile used in the processing than any actual difference in inherent color of the two bodies/sensors.   Download both RAW files and ...
  • Replied in Explained
    I pointed out a number of links and documents that show that is not the case. Do you have a link listing the official and unofficial terms?  I can understand if you simply don't understand the term ...
  • Replied in no wrong answer
    Yes it's a DX lens and really not usable on a FX body....but I assume he'll be DX only for a time so not an issue.  When he does make the move to FX if ever.  He can sell it (at maybe 50-70% of ...
  • Replied in Play it
    The 50-100 f1.8 can make for a great portrait lens on a DX body.  DX you will lose a little high ISO capability and just a tad harder to get that "3-D separation" you see with some of the 35mm ...
  • Replied in FX
    Well done portraits can be done with most any format if one commits to it.  That said...If I was really going to go all in with a focus on portraits...I'd stay with FF and a D750 paired with a few ...
  • Replied in Good....
    Good Luck Rudy!!!!  It's all about attitude and you have a good one. You'll do as well as anyone and likely better. Stop by anytime and contribute....it's easy on the back!
  • Replied in Changes
    We now have smart phones with a 1 inch camera sensors (116mm2) and common to see a 20+MP 1/2.4-inch image sensors in smartphones. That's actually bigger than the sensor in the B700. So...B700 is ...
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