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    Some of the grey set prices are truly amazing.
    For example: Nikkor 17-35 2.8 street price (NON RRP) is about 3k but techno selling for 1.8k. That's almost 50% savings??!!
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    Food pics taken with 50 1.4G

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    shite ... its lunch time now.
    Still in the office.
    Looking at this food photos makes me hungry ... *sigh*

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    a shot for today ...


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    Very clean. What ISO?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cactibin View Post
    Some of the grey set prices are truly amazing.
    For example: Nikkor 17-35 2.8 street price (NON RRP) is about 3k but techno selling for 1.8k. That's almost 50% savings??!!
    Mines at 1.4k !
    See my WTS items.. :) Any sales is by meet up face to face, payment is cash only.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dfive View Post

    Mines at 1.4k !
    I saw in lucky yesterday 17-35mm for only 1355 including gst display said 1285... just sharing =) clearing stuff

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    Sunset in the Western Australian Outback.

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    Last weekend brought this camera along with 70-300mm VR lens to see what this combination can do.
    First few images were OOF, shoting RAW with aperture of f4.9 with CH shutter. For focus point, I'm using single point.
    Pictures were fine but most of them were OOF.Then focus point changed to 'Group-area'. Stay out from this focus point if you want to shot fast moving objects.
    After few tries, my settings changed to large fine jpeg, f6.3, still at CH and focus point changed to 3d.
    This is where it all changes. 97% of pictures taken were in focus. Exposure were great too.
    Shooting fast moving object with this lens - Jpeg (RAW is good too), f5.6 or higher, CH, and importantly, focus point at 3d
    Rest of settings, spot-metering, AF-C ( auto-focus continuous ) ...

    If you guys / gals have a better settings for shooting fast moving subjects, please do share with us ...

    picture below, OOC, no editing just crop.


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    Anyone has any suggestion for bird photography using the Nikon D810? Currently pairing it with Nikon 80-400 G lens.
    Present settings is centre weighted, group area focus and AFC and Ch.
    Not all the shots are tack sharp even on tripod.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gp1 View Post
    Anyone has any suggestion for bird photography using the Nikon D810? Currently pairing it with Nikon 80-400 G lens.
    Present settings is centre weighted, group area focus and AFC and Ch.
    Not all the shots are tack sharp even on tripod.
    Hmm... I have not tried the new 80-400 yet but it should produce sharp images although it will still loose out to 400mm 2.8 prime.
    What's your shutter speed when doing birding?

    I am thinking of getting this lens for birding but may not have enough reach. Putting a 1.4x converter infront will further degrade the performance.
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    Those BIF pics were shot at 1/2000s. I find that D810 does not acquire focus as fast as my previous D4. But on paper, the D810 AF is supposed to be on par with D4S. Anyway, still learning how to shoot better with this higher resolution camera. I have the new 1.4 teleconverter too. But I think it does not go very well with my 80-400. Now awaiting eagerly the release of the new 600mm

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    Some random shots with 50 1.4G wide open.

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    The D810 may be the ultimate architectural camera.



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    Quote Originally Posted by gp1 View Post
    Those BIF pics were shot at 1/2000s. I find that D810 does not acquire focus as fast as my previous D4. But on paper, the D810 AF is supposed to be on par with D4S. Anyway, still learning how to shoot better with this higher resolution camera. I have the new 1.4 teleconverter too. But I think it does not go very well with my 80-400. Now awaiting eagerly the release of the new 600mm
    The D810 being 36MP is less forgiving then 16MP. That being said, I've been using single point and 3d AF tracking very well for BIF shooting on my Tamron 150-600mm. (Cant afford D4/80-400/600mm to compare)

    This was AF-C, Single Point AF (center)

    Grey Heron (Ardea cinerea) in flight by darkalfie, on Flickr

    This was AF-C, 3D tracking (center)

    Grey Heron (Ardea cinerea) coming in for a landing by darkalfie, on Flickr
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    Just bite the bullet and go with tamron 24-70mm VC.




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    Thanks for your advice. Will try it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by x0tiq View Post
    Just bite the bullet and go with tamron 24-70mm VC.



    Wa seh. Damn sharp sia

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    Quote Originally Posted by unchecked View Post
    Damn sharp sia
    did some editing including sharpening, brightness and crop

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