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    Default Re: Nikon D810 Hands on in Tohoku

    Quote Originally Posted by N-user View Post
    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????
    yes this lens is underrated, small, light and really sharp. To make the most of the 36MP FX sensor of the D800 series you need sharp lenses and this lens is one of them. The sensor captures an amazing amount of detail and dynamic range.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ortega View Post
    yes this lens is underrated, small, light and really sharp. To make the most of the 36MP FX sensor of the D800 series you need sharp lenses and this lens is one of them. The sensor captures an amazing amount of detail and dynamic range.
    Thanks bro for the explanation..... wish Nikon has more of these so call "value for $$$" lenses......

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    Quote Originally Posted by N-user View Post
    Thanks bro for the explanation..... wish Nikon has more of these so call "value for $$$" lenses......
    their f1.8 prime lenses are also very sharp, light, small and great value for money

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    Default Re: Nikon D810 Hands on in Tohoku



    Again the dynamic range when used in Black & White gives you tones



    Good for selfies too

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    Default Re: Nikon D810 Hands on in Tohoku

    the 18-35 psudo macro


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    Low light and dynamic range, it seems that the new shutter mechanism is more forgiving with bad camera technique




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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

    Hey Ortega,

    Are these shoot with the 18-35mm handheld ?
    What is the Aperture used ?

    Tks for sharing

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    Quote Originally Posted by human1969 View Post
    Hey Ortega, Are these shoot with the 18-35mm handheld ? What is the Aperture used ? Tks for sharing
    Yes they were handheld with the 18-35mm, I'll have to check the exit for aperture used, but I normally shoot with f5.6

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    Thanks for getting back.

    Assuming the pix is not significantly cropped,
    That's a lot of dof/detail for f5.6.


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    Default Re: Nikon D810 Hands on in Tohoku

    Quote Originally Posted by human1969 View Post
    Thanks for getting back.

    Assuming the pix is not significantly cropped,
    That's a lot of dof/detail for f5.6.


    Rgds
    Just checked, these were shot with a 50mm f1.8 AF-D at f8

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    Wow...F8 indoor, you certainly have a pair of steady hand

    Tks for the trouble.

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    Oh... I just saw this thread! Mr Ortega, thanks for the sharing. I was really enjoying your photos! You know what I like most on all your pictures here? The white balance! It is sooooooo pleasing to look at. Not sure if its how the D810 balances the environment or is it the color temperature in Japan is cooler or maybe a little bit of both. Unlike Singapore which is so yellow (I don't like it actually)... Well done, my friend!
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