Light box and entrance to Newgrange, a photo by wynnert on Flickr. I took my D800 for a spin out yesterday and visited one of Ireland’s World Heritage sites. The sun was beating down on what is normally a wet and overcast March. I’ve posted a few shots on Flickr that really don’t do the … Continue reading
I’ve just tried my Patriot 16GB LX Series 600x CF card and it’s constantly coming up with an error every time I insert it into the Nikon D800. It might be an idea to avoid buying it until some possible firmware update for the D800 is released to allow the use of it. The Lexar … Continue reading
Nikon D800 Sample Shots, a set on Flickr.
The D800 has just arrived (via Conns Cameras). Click here for my first (unprocessed) straight from the camera JPEG! Here’s a shot of a heron in the local park link And of a few daffodils in the same park Better shots will be uploaded when I get out and about… Leave a comment if you want … Continue reading
Dunmore East, a set on Flickr. A small set of shots taken on my Nikon D7000 in Dunmore East Harbour, March 2012
An excellent interview about a month of constant usage by Jim Brandenburg has been posted online by What Digital Camera. It touches on the quality, dynamic range, tonal quality and what lenses are ideal for the ultimate sharpness. Interestingly Jim discloses that he was using various prototypes last summer and was able to give feedback … Continue reading
Check out the many samples on Imaging Resources: http://www.imaging-resource.com/PRODS/nikon-d800/nikon-d800A7.HTM What’s amazing is that the samples were taken using a Sigma 70mm micro lens. I’m imaging what the sharpness a 50mm f1.4 of 105mm macro Nikkor lens could bring to the show! UPDATE (22/03/2012): CNET have posted some interesting samples from still life to ‘out … Continue reading
Nikon have announced their latest DSLR, the D800, which is clearly aimed at the Wedding, Landscape, Architectural and Portrait photographer. Much has been said online about how this camera isn’t a proper replacement for the FOUR year old D700 and that is very true. Nikon themselves have confirmed that the D800 is aimed towards a … Continue reading