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Eastern Tiger Swallowtails[forum message]
IMAGE SHARING - POST PICTURES FORUMS >> A Picture I Took >> Eastern Tiger Swallowtails
Topic replies: 18, views: 113, archived
Posted by Cavy2 on 27-Jul-2014
After three days and about 1000 frames here's what I got. This is the first time I've tried continuous focus mode...what a concept, it actually works :P D700, 70-300VR @300mm VR on monopod F/9, 1/2500, ISO 800...
Roman Pool at Hearst Castle - San Simeon, California (4/12/2014)[forum message]
MASTER YOUR VISION - BY SPECIALTY >> Architectural >> Roman Pool at Hearst Castle - San Simeon, California (4/12/2014)
Topic replies: 16, views: 124, archived
Posted by Bob32 on 24-Jul-2014
Another shot taken during my first visit to Hearst Castle earlier this year. Mr. Hearst spared no expense in fulfilling his dreams! Camera: D700 + 24-120 f/4 at 24 mm. Exposure: 1/8 (VR on), f/8, ISO 500 Comments...
Just Joined [forum message]
GENERAL FORUMS >> New Members >> Just Joined
Topic replies: 12, views: 62, archived
Posted by ReenaG on 26-Jul-2014
far, but it seems pretty great! My previous Nikon was a D700...
Lookie here[forum message]
IMAGE SHARING - POST PICTURES FORUMS >> A Picture I Took >> Lookie here
Topic replies: 9, views: 105, archived
Posted by tfeazel on 25-Jul-2014
Sunset on my lake in Polk City Florida. He yelled that it was 5 lb 10 oz. Nikon D700, Nikon 18-35 at 35mm, f9, 1/160, ISO 280, bias -0.7 http://www.nikonians.org/dcfp/user_files/282162.jpg...
Looking for the wow factor[forum message]
GET TO KNOW YOUR CAMERA & MASTER IT >> Nikon D810/D800/D800E >> Looking for the wow factor
Topic replies: 8, views: 278, archived
Posted by sdloeffler on 25-Jul-2014
Taking my new D810 out tomorrow for a drive. I'm hoping to see the wow factor. I currently have a D300s and a D700 (which I love). I did shoot a handful of shots in my yard yesterday and had mixed results. A lot...
Death Valley: Ibex Dunes[forum message]
MASTER YOUR VISION - BY SPECIALTY >> Landscape (Public) >> Death Valley: Ibex Dunes
Topic replies: 8, views: 148, archived
Posted by Wingman on 24-Jul-2014
. The high point of those dunes is about 450 feet. D700, 24-120mm F4...
D610 replacement[forum message]
GET TO KNOW YOUR CAMERA & MASTER IT >> Nikon D610 and D600 >> D610 replacement
Topic replies: 7, views: 251, archived
Posted by PROWLER69 on 24-Jul-2014
I am seriously thinking of switching to FX format. The D810 is a little too pricy, the D700 is discontinued, so is the D610 due to be updated in the near future? Eddie "The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time...
Virtual horizon in the viewfinder not useful to me if it isn't illuminated[forum message]
GET TO KNOW YOUR CAMERA & MASTER IT >> Nikon D810/D800/D800E >> Virtual horizon in the viewfinder not useful to me if it isn't illuminated
Topic replies: 6, views: 290, archived
Posted by nathantw on 23-Jul-2014
I just received the D810 today. I'm coming from a D700 and the virtual horizon showed up on the viewfinder LCD display making it very easy to see and use in the dark. On the D810 it's in the viewfinder screen and only turns...
D810 Gremlins[forum message]
GET TO KNOW YOUR CAMERA & MASTER IT >> Nikon D810/D800/D800E >> D810 Gremlins
Topic replies: 4, views: 354, archived
Posted by Blanchy on 25-Jul-2014
never happened on my D700. I was trying figure this all out and as I...
Hula Hoop Girl - Chico, California (6/12/2014)[forum message]
MASTER YOUR VISION - BY SPECIALTY >> People: PJ, PR & Street >> Hula Hoop Girl - Chico, California (6/12/2014)
Topic replies: 4, views: 72, archived
Posted by Bob32 on 28-Jul-2014
the Thursday Night Market more often! Camera: D700 + 24-120 f/4 at 75 mm...
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