Announced Feb 7, 2012 •
36 megapixels | 3.2″ screen | Full frame sensor
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Hi,I recently bought a Nikon D750. Had been using a D90 for 5 years before that and had faced the same issue before when I initially started shooting RAW.I remember downloading and installing some kind of windows codec for RAW support and it worked but it's not working for the D750 RAW files. I googled and found this -http://www.digitalcitizen.life/how-view-raw-pictures-windows-live-photo-gallery-and-fix-weird-errors Which ultimately leads to this...
should i upgrade to this camera? i am looking at a couple of canon cameras (5dmk2 and 6d) all of these are second hand, but i relaly want a new camera to i can do some better astrophotography, and such i am upgrading from the 1dmk2 N btw, tso will the d800e be suitable for me?
Hi, I processed my D800e raw then exported the Aperture made versions as tiff files. They are averaging from a few at 126 MB to 216 MB. What is making those files so huge? I was averaging 20 seconds per image to export. Another question, when I rt. click on one of those tiff's for info it states Color Space RGB yet has Color Profile sRGB. My camera is set to RGB so why is the Color Profile sRGB? SRGB is fine for jpg's export but I'd think it should be RGB for the tiff. What's the difference...
The Nikon cameras have a primary designation such as "D3000" but also carry a sub-model number embedded in the tailing digits of the UPC (under the bar code on the box). Examples are as follows: a Nikon D5 may have a UPC of "0182 080 1557 3", of which the sub-model number is 1557. The D5 also has a sub-model of 1558. The D800E has sub-models of 25480 and 25498. The D810 has a sub-model of 1542. What is the significance of the sub-model designation?
Hello everybody, I'm an amateur photorapher and for the moment i have the Nikon D5300, that i bought new 2 months ago. I have the Tamron 18-200 and Sigma 10-20 lenses. For the reason i want to start to work as a photographer, i was speaking with a guy for work for him but he told me that i need a better camera for the type of photography i need to do. So now, i'm between two cameras: D610 and D750. Used they sell it for me at this prices: D610: 950 $ D750: 1600 $ Both used but in great...
I have owned a 50/1.8G lens that I've used on a D800e and a D810 for several years (I also own a D500). Frankly I really don't like the lens all that much. Just something about the images that are not appealing to me even when the lens is stopped down some. Maybe lack of contrast (no nano coat) contributes to that. Now, some time ago I think I read here some comments that the 60/2.8G Micro is a pretty decent landscape lens as well as a macro and portrait lens. And I like that focal length...
Hi, I'm using a Nikon D7000 since 2012, I normally shoot landscapes and nightsky (milky way / star trails etc). My D7000 is not that great when it comes to taking pictures in dark and higher ISOs. I'm in the market for a new camera. Almost all my lenses are full frame lenses. My budget is $1700, As per the internet researches I did, I can 1. Get a used D600 I saw used D600 is on sale from $650+, but I'm kinda afraid of the sensor oil spill. I dont like the thin grip (I have big hands ;) ) 2....
Hello everyone, During a family vacation, I decided to take a doors on Helicopter tour around Oahu. I mostly used my Nikon D800E and Zeiss 21mm, f8, ISO 400, shutter speeds around 1/800 the whole time. (I had my Fuji X100T with my, some of the shots were at 35mm) The reflections were crazy, it was very hard to get a clean shot with no reflections. The haze was also too much. All the shots have a combination of contrast, dehaze, clarity, curves, a bit of saturation and spot healing to...
Durning some of my scouting day venture hikes I have been leaving the tripod behind. I'm using D800E with 24~120 for this question. I usually shoot with shutter delay on tripod and with many situations if time permits I will use 1 second delay hand held just as a hedge the bet of eliminating any possible shutter vibration. When employed is VR able to do its thing with shutter delay or is it meant to be used with direct release only with no delay? I don't know if it needs to react the moment...
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