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    Quote Originally Posted by ortega View Post


    Some of images somehow look so like 3D.
    Movies looking good too.
    It seems to me that you use nikon 18-35mm lens alot.
    How I wish that Im with you, testing d810 ... *sigh* ...

    anyways ... thanks for sharing
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    Quote Originally Posted by x0tiq View Post





    Some of images somehow look so like 3D.
    Movies looking good too.
    It seems to me that you use nikon 18-35mm lens alot.
    How I wish that Im with you, testing d810 ... *sigh* ...

    anyways ... thanks for sharing
    I only brought 3 lenses, the 18-35mm, 50mm and a 85mm, all weighing less than 400g each

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    Another demonstration of the amazing dynamic range
    D810 50.0 mm f/1.8
    f8 1/40s ISO64

    a quick and dirty photoshop work can pull more details out from the shadows

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    Lots of rice fields everywhere



    Nikon D810 with 18.0-35.0 mm f/3.5-4.5
    35mm f4.5 1/160s ISO400

    Please bear with me as i struggle to go through and upload all my images
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    I went to the Suwada Factory where they make really sharp nail clippers (and expansive too)




    Passionately hand made


    By skilled craftsmen




    Lots of wastage as they punch out each part from solid

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    From this set, I like this alot ...
    May I ask what metering setting did you use to take this photo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by x0tiq View Post

    From this set, I like this alot ...
    May I ask what metering setting did you use to take this photo?
    Aperture priority with exposure compensation. Matrix metering

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    Thanks for sharing..... really good.... credit to the camera, the lenses and of course your skill....

    kena poison deep deep.... was looking at Df... then this come along..... then D750 coming... hope you can test drive the D750 when it comes.... see which poison to go to....
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    Default Re: Nikon D810 Hands on in Tohoku

    The material from the wastage is made into other things




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    After which I was brought to Teradomari kimpachi no yu for lunch and if I wanted a soak in the Onsen









    If I remember correctly it cost 2000 yen for the set lunch and Onsen

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    Any photo of the expensive nail clippers? Want to see if they are the same as the one I bought during one of the Japan Fairs at Isetan here. Very sharp and lasting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat View Post
    Any photo of the expensive nail clippers? Want to see if they are the same as the one I bought during one of the Japan Fairs at Isetan here. Very sharp and lasting.
    As requested, suppose to last at least 20 years, chinese bloggers that were with me said that the feeling while cutting your nails was good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ortega View Post
    As requested, suppose to last at least 20 years, chinese bloggers that were with me said that the feeling while cutting your nails was good.

    Thanks.
    They are different. Guess there are many brands of expensive nail clippers from Japan available though it is probably much cheaper to buy one in Japan than here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat View Post

    Thanks.
    They are different. Guess there are many brands of expensive nail clippers from Japan available though it is probably much cheaper to buy one in Japan than here.
    Yes. This brand is selling in spore for around S $ 100. In japan it is around 7000 yen

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    Being next to the sea of course there are fishing boats nearby

    Nikon D810 18.0-35.0 mm f/3.5-4.5
    f8 1/400s ISO64

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    and lots of cheap seafood







    but it is really hot in the summer

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    very sharp !
    NikonD800E Nikon 24mm f1.8g;70-200 F2.8 E
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    Default Re: Nikon D810 Hands on in Tohoku

    Quote Originally Posted by ahboyboy View Post
    very sharp !
    the 18-35 is a sharp lens, the D810 and its 36MP sensor also makes full use of it

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    Ojiya City - Learning to make Ojiya Chijimi fine linen - registered as Intangible Cultural Heritage of the UNESCO






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    Default Re: Nikon D810 Hands on in Tohoku

    Quote Originally Posted by ortega View Post
    the 18-35 is a sharp lens, the D810 and its 36MP sensor also makes full use of it
    Bro, this 18-35 is really sharp..... I was reading that we need good glass for D800 series 36MP camera.... but also hear comment like we dont need a constant f2.8/f1.8.f1.4 lens as we can always bump up the iso since the D800 series iso is very good..... so will you say this 18-35 is an exception or????

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