JerBill

JerBill

Lives in United States Athens, GA, United States
Works as a Physical Scientist (spectral imaging) - USDA
Has a website at focused.smugmug.com
Joined on Jul 30, 2006

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  • Legitimate question PAntunes. At 7:30 into the video Jared mentoined he [edit: I] went through 800 images taken with the D5 under the same conditions (environmental - ISO and shutter speed varied...

  • Tom, Jared showed some images in the video from his Nikon that didn't show any evidence of banding, though I noticed they were at a slower shutter speed. A true side-by-side comparison would be...

  • Those certainly look cleaner, but remember not all ISOs are created equally...by definition they should , but the manufacturers cheat.  What Fuji may report as ISO 6400 may actually prove to be ...
  • They indicate they tested just one copy (same case for each Nikon zoom).
  • For sure focusing on action using fast apertures is challenging. Beyond technique, something to consider is that the Northrups found there to be some inconsistent back and front focusing problems ...
  • Thanks Brian.  That is one of the things I'm mulling over, whether the 200-500 will effectively replace the 300 prime.  If so that makes the decision much easier.  As Steve illustrates in his ...
  • Thanks Steve.  I've watched that video several times and it is very good , as are all of your videos.  Looking forward to seeing more and thank you for posting such great content. :-) My 300 is the ...
  • Created discussion thread 300mm f/4D vs 200-500mm f/5.6
    Does anyone shoot with both of these lenses? Currently, I use the 300mm f/4D and notice Lenscore.org gave this lens a higher score in every measure than the 200-500mm f/5.6.  However, I've seen a ...
  • On a crop sensor 6400 ISO is pretty high.  This is about what I would expect from my D7200.  You could try dropping your shutter speed to 1/500 ( maybe lower) and/or applying some noise removal to ...
  • If you can borrow a macro lens, I'd suggest bringing one.  Details will abound on show cars.  The 105 f/2.8 Micro-Nikkor would be an excellent choice.  Have fun and share some photos when you get ...
  • I have the D7200 and have used the WiFi connection many times.  It works.  I've never had a problem.  Note that it transfers JPEG files, not NEFs (which would take a long time).  JPEG transfers ...
  • Don't forget there is a Tamron 70-200mm f/2.8 that is a viable option and will save you $1400 over the newest Nikon.  The IQ and focus speed are on par with Nikon's previous 70-200s.  I'm yet to ...
  • Go record history...and enjoy the ride.  :-)
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