D810 image sharing thread


cactibin

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Hello guys & gals!

Just bought my D810 and its an amazing camera.

Please share your photos from D810 here. D800/D800e users are also welcome to post.

I will start with mine.

All taken with D810 & 50 1.4G wide open

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Cheers! and happy shooting.
 

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looks soft wide open
but soft is good ... I like
keep it coming ...
 

cactibin

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So far very satisfied with the new AF system in D810.

Although the fish tank glass was quite thick and fishes are swimming around, the D810 has no issues nailing them @ wide open.

All below moving subjects were shot using AF-C single point wide open @ f1.4

All images are OOC Jpg and only made some adjustment to exposure during post-process.

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High ISOs and graininess test of this 36MP monster.

Lens: 85 1.8g

ISO10000
Wanted to test the low-light focusing on the D810. This was 7.10am. Applied a smidgen of noise reduction in this.


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redlavita

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#1 D810, 1/640s, ISO2500, f2.8m 70-200mm @125mm


#2 D810, 1/100s, ISO110(Auto), f/4 70-200mm @122mm


#3 D810, 1/320, ISO280 (Auto) f/4 300mm


#4 D810, 1/250s, ISO 100, f/18, 90mm


#5 D810, 1/250s, ISO100, f/18, 90mm
 

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A few thousand dollars worth of technology, to take pictures of cats. Worth it.



 

N-user

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A few thousand dollars worth of technology, to take pictures of cats. Worth it.
Very nice and sharp, can compete with Df (aka Cat Camera.... ;))...... if you ask me.... Well worth it......for me, I dont take cats but if it can give me the result like above taking my kids..... worth every single cent....
 

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