preferredfault

Joined on Sep 2, 2017

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  • sadly pollution always ruins my duck photo's :(
  • I do hate that you can't turn NR off entirely....if only someone made a fix for that. They could easily give it to us in a firmware update. However, one also has to consider that these are both ...
  • photoshop.
  • Created discussion thread Stacking Technique with B700
    The results after stacking just 4 Photo's. No other post processing. Open both in "view original size" and switch between the tabs to see the difference. Unstacked Stacked + Slight Crop
  • I think the issue here is a lot of people want a "do everything" camera, and especially at this price range, that's simply unrealistic. I don't consider the P900 a good low light camera. 1/250th ...
  • The P900 is a small sensor camera.....we're literally talking 6.2mm X 4.6mm.  That's absolutely tiny, it's smaller than your fingernail basically.  So that alone will kill its low light ...
  • I have more here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/158543499@N03/ I got some pretty decent shots this morning. I try not to flood my images with less than the best shots, even if they're only slightly ...
  • Could just be a mis print on dpreviews part. Even Nikon's own website lists the spec as just a 'CMOS' sensor, with no mention of BSI CMOS. http://imaging.nikon.com/lineup/coolpix/p/p900/spec.htm Ei ...
  • Yeah with the clip, although I've considered purchasing an adapter ring instead. The reason being is the only way to attach it to the B700 is if you have a filter ring already on it. I use a ...
  • I'm pretty sure they don't. All product descriptions of the P900's sensor list it as merely a 'CMOS' sensor, which is by default, the front illuminated design. The B700 however, lists itself ...
  • It's not exactly 30% though. The reason being is that the B700 takes a 25% larger image. That means at maximum zoom, the size of the subject in actual pixels, should be almost exactly the same ...
  • My original post pretty much addresses your counter points. The B700 is simply better. It uses the same size sensor, yet a better designed sensor that can produce 25% more pixels with less ...
  • Try viewing the 'original size' option below the images. I usually lose EXIF data because when I crop I'll just select and copy/paste into a new file rather than use the crop tool, just habit. ...
  • High precision $400 tripod not included ;)
  • I was choosing between the P900 and B700, and ultimately went with the B700. One has to keep in mind that the difference between 60x and 83x isn't too massive. That effectively means things at ...
  • Created discussion thread My best pics with the B700 so far
    I'm a complete newbie, I've taken a lot of pictures but this is the best of what I've gotten.  Some of these are Macro with the Raynox 250 lens which is an 8X diopter lens.   These were all taken ...
  • Created discussion thread New B700 owner
    Also being my first Camera, I picked up a B700 + some basic accessories (i.e. filter lenses, a Raynox 250, tripod, memory card) I don't expect to use this for professional purposes, but I hope to ...
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