Announced Feb 7, 2012 •
36 megapixels | 3.2″ screen | Full frame sensor
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I've been admiring the Nikon brand of cameras since the D100 was new and through the years from there on with the D300 among others, finally to the D800e now D850. On the internet, I see rage, frustration, and overwhelming anger against the custom setting banks. That's not what I'm interested in having repeated ad nauseam. It's quite plain that some major players in the camera review industry and the forums here and elsewhere have spread their foul hatred against the settings. Just google...
Maybe I'm the only one who get easily confused, but I'd suggest forum members consider using digits (0 1 2 ... 9 ... n) to refer to advancing Sony models rather than Roman numerals (i ii iii iv v .... ) a7R ... ok (maybe a7 classic?) a7R2 rather than a7Rii a7R3 rather than a7Riii to me, it adds to "reader workload" to quickly identify an a7Rii as distinguished from the a7Riii similar convention for a7, a7S, RX100, RX-1, etc. ? First world problem ? Agree ... I realize Sony (and Canon and...
On a family group I need to decide between using my 24-120 f/4 VR or my 50mm |AF f/1.8 D lens. With regards to the best image sharpness which lens do you feel would deliver? Both lenses would be used at f/8.0 probably. --BuckMoved from Leica M3 to Nikon in 1973.Studio owner for 45 years and still learning.
By: Dogman Joe (2 months ago)
Posted to: Accessories Talk
I am currently using a Vanguard Ultra Pro 263AP tripod with their PH-32 pan and tilt head. For my landscape photography using this rig and my Nikon D800e the tripod is pretty stabile, especially when I attach some weight to the hook on the center column. However, I find that with my 800e and a heavy lens, it is very difficult to get the head to lock tightly and not shift. I tighten both the tilt and pan handles as much as possible, and yet I still get slippage after I have spent time getting...
I am a new M43 user ( and new to this forum). I just added the OMD EM1 Mk 2, 12-40mm pro and 40-150 mm Pro lenses to my photo gear lineup. I have been shooting Nikon D800e for several years and do a lot of very large Stitched Panoramics . Commonly stitching between 10 and 30 images. I am having issues doing this successfully with the new camera. With my d800 I would have maybe one in 20 images that has some little misalignment issue that I would fix in Photoshop. ( I build most of my small to...
By: G K (3 months ago)
I would like to upgrade to the D850 but it what hinge mostly on what the sale of my D800E wold bring. It is mint with a non-Nikon grip. Also, fairly low mileage. Any ideas what it would bring? --BuckMoved from Leica M3 to Nikon in 1973.Studio owner for 45 years and still learning.
G'day, As a Fishing Editor for the Australian Boating Magazine, I was disappointed to see that the D850 is to sell for about $5300 AUD in Australia! Now, as far as I am aware, the same camera is selling in the USA for about $3300USD, which is $4135AUD at today's exchange rate. There has never been a $1100-1200AUD disparity in US vs Australian pricing. Sure, there's some extra freight and a bit of tax to add before it hits us, but not over $1000 difference! I've owned (just in the DSLRs...
I need to give a presentation on Introral Photography which will include an actual photo shoot demonstration. I would like to be able to show the images to the audience as soon as the exposure is made. I've never done tethered shooting before. Can someone please give me the basics of tethered shooting and point me in the right direction to do this. My equipment is a Nikon D800E, Nikon R1C1 lights, Nikkor 105 Micro, a Windows 10 Core i5 laptop. I will have the appropriate USB cable. Software...
Howdy folks - trying to get into doing timelapses of stars but I'm finding my images pretty noisy. I'm wondering if its my technique or what so would welcome any comments. My last attempt was in my backyard last night and can be viewed at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x2wrzrRel4w. It looks ok don't get me wrong but I've done a fair bit of noise reduction on the frames and when you go frame by frame there is a bit of ugly purple noise clouds etc swimming around. Any comments on stuff other...
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