Getting to know my NIKON D800


rain5533

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ortega said:
this morning with a Tokina AT-X 17mm f/3.5 AF



this is an old lens for film
Wah u got tokina 17mm f3.5 :(
I found it as long and didn't get in hand.
Right now only look at your photos.
 

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ortega said:
some images with a Tamron SP AF17-50mm F2.8 XR Di II (non VC)
this is a DX lens, camera was set to shoot at FX so you can see the vignette
Hi, can ask it, if switch to DX mode the vignetting still there on crop size output.

Thanks
 

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if you switch to DX mode the vignette will be cropped away
Huh... I though it is auto made like a speed light and show on DX mode and drop the MP into 15mp output. Hmm look like wanna manual cropped away :)

That is not the good idea.
 

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Huh... I though it is auto made like a speed light and show on DX mode and drop the MP into 15mp output. Hmm look like wanna manual cropped away :)

That is not the good idea.
there is an auto mode, not sure if it works with non nikon lenses but sure to work on nikon lenses
 

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I want this cam for landscape hahaha lots of details and fantastic dynamic range... thanks for the review!

All this details will make the image on the LCD seem brighter. It is not over exposed.

Lots of dynamic range and data to do wonders in post
 

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Great review, awesome photos. Poisoned :)
 

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#34
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Great review, awesome photos. Poisoned :)
Still have lots of lenses and so little time to shoot. Testing lenses to see what lenses are worthy of this camera
i will borrow more lenses this weekend
 

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the images are mind blowing indeed..didnt know the cropped image can be so clear..
for the dragonfly, you used a tripod right? if not you must have a very steady hand.
 

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lol , here are some snap shots from today's lunch time
the limited DOF of the FX sensor takes some getting used to, sometime it is too little





a nice kid that said, "Uncle, Uncle! Can take my picture?"
I will have them printed and give it to him if i see him again
 

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lol , here are some snap shots from today's lunch time
the limited DOF of the FX sensor takes some getting used to, sometime it is too little


a nice kid that said, "Uncle, Uncle! Can take my picture?"
I will have them printed and give it to him if i see him again
Fantastic dynamic range! And of cos the technique and the model! :thumbsup:
 

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