Announced Feb 7, 2012 •
36 megapixels | 3.2″ screen | Full frame sensor
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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...
Hello, Sorry if this a duplicate post. I am not sure what this phenomenon called. I have D800E and recently was taking long exposure photos. Upon viewing in LR I notice that the image is full for tine white specs This is a crop of an image taken at ISO50, f / 8.0 and 120 sec with 24-70mm f2.8 lens. Any ideas what cause this and how to prevent it in the future? Thank you. --Astroprojectorwww.softfocus-photo.com
My D800E had a shutter count of around 109k when this started: A shadow across the bottom, much like that reported by several others. It was an occasional thing, and just the edge of the frame. At 112k it is every shot, and a significant proportion of the pic. Also you can now see the shape of the thing causing the shadow, ie: If you remove the lens and hold the mirror out of the way you can see what is probably the offending thing: The bar near the top seems to have the right shape. It...
Is the lack of an anti-aliasing filter any good in astrophotography? For instance, when you use D800 or D800E, which one is going to give the best result for astrophotography (and I'm not a pixelpeeper) --www.rutgerbus.nlPhotographic MomentsA photon only stops "existing" when it is captured by your sensor.
What's with the D750 remote control function quitting after so many moments of not using or when one turns the camera off? This can be very annoying and breaks the flow of shooting when you have to go find it and reset it. I first recently heard this complaint from a photographer who was shooting stars. Then tonight I did indeed experience it while trying to shoot fireworks. If I waited too long between shots, I'm guessing that's when the camera sleeps, the function is forgotten. Sure I could...
In comparing different lens scores I'm quite confused to see some of his zooms scoring higher than some primes. Would you please explain why this is, or more likely how I'm interpreting it. I do know the value of real life scene evaluation is but just want to know what I'm missing when I look at these particular scores. I will link two examples. One of the Sigma 35 ART to the 35FL of Nikon's 24~120. You will see the Nikon is scoring higher numbers which makes no sense to me. I have seen this...
My camera choices are Nikon D800e or Olympus OMD 1. I have 1st generation VR 70-200 2.8f for the Nikon and 40-150 f 2.8 for the Olympus. Graduations indoors so no flash and will have to use high ISO. I do have some faster lens but the distances to me are such to require use of telephoto. Both lens take great pics but my memory seems to point to the 70-200 as the faster focusing which will be important. Any other suggestions on fast focus that is needed. --jay coffsky
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