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D810 in my hands soon.[forum message]
GET TO KNOW YOUR CAMERA & MASTER IT >> Nikon D810/D800/D800E >> D810 in my hands soon.
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Posted by gpoole on 15-Jul-2014
I just confirmed my pre-order with Roberts Camera, They will receive their shipment from Nikon tomorrow or Friday. I should have mine either Friday or Monday. :-) :) I've already read through the downloaded manual twice ...
End Of The Line[forum message]
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Posted by Cavy2 on 18-Jul-2014
My third visit to this location. This trip I was equipped with rain boots, so I could climb around the train without contacting the abundance of poison ivy. I copied Mick's (mklass} angle. D700, 14-24 F/2.8, tripod F ...
House in Idaho[forum message]
IMAGE SHARING - POST PICTURES FORUMS >> A Picture I Took >> House in Idaho
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Posted by jot2nik on 17-Jul-2014
This is a shot of a house out in the wilderness of south Idaho. Just a beautiful place. D300, 12-24 f4 Tokina @ f11, ISO 400, 1/400s, 0 EVO John Visit my Nikonian Gallery (images.nikonians.org/galleries/showgallery.p ...
Before and after[forum message]
IMAGE SHARING - POST PICTURES FORUMS >> Critique, Artistic & Technical Advice >> Before and after
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Posted by FFN on 17-Jul-2014
The first image is SOOC resized to 1000 on long side. Nikon D40s w/24-120mm Nikkor, 85mm, f/5.6, 1/250, ISO 200. It is the center of a 3 shot group, of -1/2, 0, +1/2. HDR in photomatix, pp in topaz and cs6. Two versions, one ...
D810 initial impressions[forum message]
GET TO KNOW YOUR CAMERA & MASTER IT >> Nikon D810/D800/D800E >> D810 initial impressions
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Posted by critidoc on 17-Jul-2014
Focus is much improved over the D800E, iso performance is better as well, so far no lens fine tuning needed. ...
what lens to keep[forum message]
MASTER YOUR LENSES >> Nikkor Autofocus Lenses >> what lens to keep
Topic replies: 18, views: 374, archived
Posted by Jerry on 16-Jul-2014
hi all. a long time since i have posted on the site. i'm seriously thinking of going for the DF and expect to sell off some equipment to help ease the $$ pain. of the following lenses, what is your opinion of which one(s)i ...
Quinault River - 2 treatments[forum message]
MASTER YOUR VISION - BY SPECIALTY >> Landscape (Public) >> Quinault River - 2 treatments
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Posted by mklass on 15-Jul-2014
Here are 2 different treatments of a shot I took along the Quinault River in Olympic National Park. Do you prefer one or the other... or neither? D7100; Sigma 18-200 f/3.5-6.3 C; ISO 100; f/8; 1/60 http://www.nikonians.or ...
Fuzzy Moon[forum message]
GET TO KNOW YOUR CAMERA & MASTER IT >> Nikon D7100, D7000 (Public) >> Fuzzy Moon
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Posted by dbuckenmyer on 19-Jul-2014
I recently took photos of the moon with my D7000 and a Sigma 70-300. The right and lower right side of the moon is fairly sharp, but the upper left is fuzzy and has a halo. Any thoughts? I was focusing both automatically and ...
High jump[forum message]
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Posted by reuben on 15-Jul-2014
She's a waif - short, thin, and deadly fast. When she runs she seems to float, even uphill. When I see her walking around she just seems to be short and thin. But when I look at the images of her running her legs seem to g ...
DF with 50mm f1.8[forum message]
GET TO KNOW YOUR CAMERA & MASTER IT >> Nikon Df >> DF with 50mm f1.8
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Posted by mel_klim on 19-Jul-2014
I'm thinking of getting the DF as a travel camera when I do not want to bring my heavier D700. Has anyone carried a DF + Nikon 50mm f1.8 all day? ...
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