D7100 User thread


stevepow

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Jan 24, 2011
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weee!! saw the LR update from my fren!
 

Luminare

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Saw from the specifications that D7100 does not have a low pass filter.

Have not seen more articles about the details of the filter system.

The D800E have no low pass filter to make it sharper with a backlash on false colors. Is D7100 similar?
 

grievor

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Saw from the specifications that D7100 does not have a low pass filter.

Have not seen more articles about the details of the filter system.

The D800E have no low pass filter to make it sharper with a backlash on false colors. Is D7100 similar?
You can see the samples posted and see for yourself. But in personally feel that things are sharper if you zoom in closer into the image
 

ZerocoolAstra

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Saw from the specifications that D7100 does not have a low pass filter.

Have not seen more articles about the details of the filter system.

The D800E have no low pass filter to make it sharper with a backlash on false colors. Is D7100 similar?
It appears that the D7100 has no optical low pass filter at all, whereas the D800E has 2 of them, which effectively cancel each other out.
The goal is similar: increase fine detail at the risk of moire showing up...

From DPReview:
In a first for Nikon, the D7100's sensor lacks an optical low-pass filter (OLPF). The D800E, Nikon's highest-resolution DSLR has the effect of its OLPF 'cancelled out', but the D7100, like the Pentax K-5 IIs, omits it altogether.
 

mackie8

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any left focus or dust issue so far?
 

Jun 5, 2011
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hopefully this one will be free of focus/dust problems (cause by shutter)... this will be a winner!
 

Jan 24, 2011
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no problem with mine so far too.. loving it! just not liking it coupled with tamron 24-70.. AF kinda slow reaction
 

grievor

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no problem with mine so far too.. loving it! just not liking it coupled with tamron 24-70.. AF kinda slow reaction
time for the 24-70 nikkor!! love it with my 17-55!
 

mackie8

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bite the bullet and bought this camera.... so far... im loving the output with my
Sigma 17-50.... very fast focus...

later ill use for an event shoot...
 

Jun 5, 2011
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bite the bullet and bought this camera.... so far... im loving the output with my
Sigma 17-50.... very fast focus...

later ill use for an event shoot...
Hi, can you post some shots with your sigma 17-50 later if you have time. Thanks in advance.
 

mackie8

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taken using sigma 17-50.
so far i notice the image review issue.. even change to 2s.. still it will stay 1m i think... but it doesnt affect me.
image quality very nice... & AF is blazing fast...

ISO 400... moving subject



ISO 3200

 

khock520

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...just sharing, a photo taken with d7100+sigma 150-500mm at 1000mm(set to 1.3dx)
 

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