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    D800E at ISO 200, 1/320th
    28mm F1.8 @ F5.6
    God I love this camera. Lord I love this lens even if it doesn't quite correct fully in LR4.

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    My D800 just arrived. I charged the battery and stepped out the back door for a few quick shots. This one is hand held at ISO 3200 with a Zeiss 35mm ZF.2 1:2.0.

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    D700/ 180mm

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    D2X in 2006



    Last edited by ustein; 15th June 2012 at 15:00.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JimCollum View Post
    excellent tonality!!! one of the better b/w conversions i've seen.
    Thanks Jim!

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    Another from Jerome on my recent trip

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    One from Antelope Canyon



    I find the color difference between the Nikon and the Cambo images to be interesting as they were processed almost identically.
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    Hamburger with coleslaw

    Nikon D3x | AF-S 105/2,8 Vr Micro | f3,5 | 1/640 | iso 100
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bildifokus View Post


    Hamburger with coleslaw

    Nikon D3x | AF-S 105/2,8 Vr Micro | f3,5 | 1/640 | iso 100
    whats the name of your diet ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BSEH View Post
    whats the name of your diet ?
    LCHF (low carb high fat)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bildifokus View Post
    LCHF (low carb high fat)

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    Re: Fun with D800 Photos

    Haven't posted here in a while ;-)

    D800E with 105mm macro - on my first day with the camera:



    I'm liking the colors on this camera.

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    Moved...meant to post in D800 thread.
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    Re: Fun with D800 Photos

    Some fun with the 200F2 VRII

    All crops from same frame (last image)





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    Re: Fun with D800 Photos

    [QUOTE=The Smoking Camera;427541]Some very nice work here in the thread.
    Just picked up the D800 and so far I am impressed.
    Here are a few images.

    The Pali Lookout 14-24mm
    [QUOTE
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    Joe, what exact focal length from 14-24?

    Subrata
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    Re: Fun with D800 Photos

    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Some images i shot last week in San Diego when I first got the D800.

    35mm



    14-24 at 14mm



    14-24 at 24mm

    Beautiful images Guy!

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    Testing my manual lenses on D700 - first leica summicron 90 mm



    Then the Zeiss 50 f/1.4


    Last is Zeiss 50 f/1.4 to.. Just to show a Danish diet..


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    Hot Day yesterday

    D2Xs with 80-200 AF-S





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    BSEH, what's the red stuff? Does it taste good? Should I take a detour to CPH to taste it?
    I don't care what gear I have.
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    Hi everybody,

    i'm very new to GetDPI and very new to Nikon.
    My first images with D700/AF-S 50mm f/1.8G:





    Last edited by me_too; 18th June 2012 at 08:01.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    BSEH, what's the red stuff? Does it taste good? Should I take a detour to CPH to taste it?
    It's New York Lager from Nřrrebro Bryghus... It's a delicious beer from just another Micro Brewery in Copenhagen - Yes try It Jřrgen ..

    I had "Happy Pig On Fork" to follow it Into me stomach but forget to take a picture of the Happy Pig...

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    WAY behind here... been out of the country the past couple of weeks. Sadly, I didn't have a Nikon with me this trip. Some great stuff posted here everyone. Keep 'em coming!

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    Pizza Season has started again. Green is the new red

    D2Xs with 80-200 AF-S @ 90mm and f/2.8

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    So...I posted my d700 for sale. Within 30 minutes I had a local buyer. Less than 2 hours later I had an envelope of benjamins. It was like a drive by. I almost feel a sense of emptiness...like I didn't even get to say goodbye. Lmao.

    Local event shooter who got champagned photographing LMFAO (the musical group responsible for "every day I'm shuffling" and "I'm sexy and I know it", in case there was any question) sent his d700 to Nikon and was in a panic. Checked out FM while filing his insurance claim, and BAM there's my ad. Fate, clearly.

    Just thought I'd share. Gonna be weird going back to crop.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ckhfrankie View Post
    @ Thailand or ZhuHui..?
    Thailand, Bira Circuit in Pattaya. The race was a disaster. 4 cars went off and at least as many off and on again before they got their "Oil on Circuit" flag out, with the result that oil spread around the track and resulted in a big pile-up at the other end as well. Only then did somebody get the brilliant idea of red-flagging the race. In the meantime, track crew were running around on the track among the racing cars. There was even a rescue truck out there before the red flag came up
    Safety car? Yup, they have one, a really nice Nissan GT-R. They probably didn't want to get oil stains on it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Thailand, Bira Circuit in Pattaya. The race was a disaster. 4 cars went off and at least as many off and on again before they got their "Oil on Circuit" flag out, with the result that oil spread around the track and resulted in a big pile-up at the other end as well. Only then did somebody get the brilliant idea of red-flagging the race. In the meantime, track crew were running around on the track among the racing cars. There was even a rescue truck out there before the red flag came up
    Safety car? Yup, they have one, a really nice Nissan GT-R. They probably didn't want to get oil stains on it
    I have a friend who also took a photo quite similar to yours.... isn't the same location...??

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    Quote Originally Posted by ckhfrankie View Post
    I have a friend who also took a photo quite similar to yours.... isn't the same location...??
    No, that's the opposite end of the track, the beginning of the start/finish straight, but it was probably related. There was oil spill all around the circuit. The car I showed above was the one that started it. The ones you posted went off a couple of laps later, after half damaged cars had been racing around the track for a few minutes.

    Here's one of those that went off at the south end, then on again. You can see the flames from the burning car in the background:

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmeckert View Post
    So...I posted my d700 for sale. Within 30 minutes I had a local buyer. Less than 2 hours later I had an envelope of benjamins. It was like a drive by. I almost feel a sense of emptiness...like I didn't even get to say goodbye. Lmao.

    Local event shooter who got champagned photographing LMFAO (the musical group responsible for "every day I'm shuffling" and "I'm sexy and I know it", in case there was any question) sent his d700 to Nikon and was in a panic. Checked out FM while filing his insurance claim, and BAM there's my ad. Fate, clearly.

    Just thought I'd share. Gonna be weird going back to crop.
    why sell him? and crop hope it's a D7000 ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bensonga View Post
    I'm impressed with the D800 too.....and especially these images from Hawaii. I wish my "summer" in Alaska this year looked more like yours. 48 degrees and raining on my drive home tonight....definitely not weather for birds in bikinis on the beach.

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    [QUOTE=subrata1965;428654]
    Quote Originally Posted by The Smoking Camera View Post
    The Pali Lookout 14-24mm
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    Joe, what exact focal length from 14-24?

    Subrata
    This is at 24mm.
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    Really like that last one, Frankie. The reflections on the water behind the ferry make it for me.

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    © • Nikon D800E • AF-S Nikkor 1.8/28mm G • 1/90 sec. at f/5.6 ISO 100 • Capture NX2




    © • Nikon D800E • AF-S Nikkor 1.4/85mm G • 1/250 sec. at f/5.6 ISO 100 • Capture NX2
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    Quote Originally Posted by BSEH View Post
    why sell him? and crop hope it's a D7000 ...
    Bought it last year on CL at an absurdly low price that included an 85/1.8, 80-200/2.8 2-ring, and SB600...with the sole purpose of flipping it all. With the d800 release I lost about $200-300 profit, and with the d600 imminent, I didn't want to lose another $200-300. it was time.

    I'm going back to a d300. I won't suffer that much...and it's fine for the seasonal gig I have fall and spring. I plan on shooting film all summer anyway on the M6 and gw690 (I'm tempted by the gx680, but I'm almost certain we won't get along. Haha)
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    Re: Fun with D800 Photos

    just a quick comparison.. M9 w 50mm Lux preasph vs D800E Sigma 50 1.4

    both at f8 @1/125th.. tripod mount, almost same capture area (had to move back about a foot with the Leica to frame about the same).

    Leica, rangefinder focus, D800e LiveView

    Not meant to be anything other than a quick, unscientific look at the two cameras

    no sharpening in either, the rest were just default Lightroom settings (RAW captures)

    jpgs, compressed @ 95

    if i get around to it, i'll upload the RAW files (if there's a desire to play with those)

    http://jcollum.com/d800/20120619_D800_DSC2587.jpg

    http://jcollum.com/d800/20120619_M9_L1091887.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmeckert View Post
    Bought it last year on CL at an absurdly low price that included an 85/1.8, 80-200/2.8 2-ring, and SB600...with the sole purpose of flipping it all. With the d800 release I lost about $200-300 profit, and with the d600 imminent, I didn't want to lose another $200-300. it was time.

    I'm going back to a d300. I won't suffer that much...and it's fine for the seasonal gig I have fall and spring. I plan on shooting film all summer anyway on the M6 and gw690 (I'm tempted by the gx680, but I'm almost certain we won't get along. Haha)
    aha.. have the same thinkíng on my D700 just getting it in the wait for D800, the D600 will make having a D700 like a owning a Porsche Cayenne in Greece

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steen View Post
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    © • Nikon D800E • AF-S Nikkor 1.4/85mm G • 1/250 sec. at f/5.6 ISO 100 • Capture NX2
    Love this picture - nice.

    And now with the D800E, do you really feel any difference frome the D800 ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BSEH View Post
    aha.. have the same thinkíng on my D700 just getting it in the wait for D800, the D600 will make having a D700 like a owning a Porsche Cayenne in Greece
    i'd be really tempted by the d600, if it didn't have the consumer mode dial it appears to have (although, it also appears to have a lock, so that might be okay), and has a pc socket and auto FP sync (necessary for hacking the flash sync with my PCB Einsteins). any smaller than a d7000 and i'm out too. i like fairly bulky cameras with vertical grips. my hands tend to cramp on too small a DSLR style camera.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dmeckert View Post
    i'd be really tempted by the d600, if it didn't have the consumer mode dial it appears to have (although, it also appears to have a lock, so that might be okay), and has a pc socket and auto FP sync (necessary for hacking the flash sync with my PCB Einsteins). any smaller than a d7000 and i'm out too. i like fairly bulky cameras with vertical grips. my hands tend to cramp on too small a DSLR style camera.
    I'll se what come first 8 or 600 here in DK.. That might be my choice.

    The D7000 i had was really good in IQ / DR - and with a grib not that small, body feel's solid, but the finder and AF not up to the bigger bodys. But I really ditten miss any features on the D7000, and have as you say pc s/auto synk..

    This is RAW of af camera D7000 and a 24-70 f72.8 - natural light only (just a little bur of background.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ckhfrankie View Post
    D3s + AFs 200mm f/2G ED VRII
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    Quote Originally Posted by dmeckert View Post
    (I'm tempted by the gx680, but I'm almost certain we won't get along. Haha)
    I finally realised that there was no way around buying one to find out if I'd like it or not. So far, I like it, but it's getting more expensive than planned
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    Thank you Jim. Interesting! Its difficult to claim that the D800E is far better than the M9(!) And for the colours, you were there yourself, which one seemes to be the closest to the real life? The M9 colours seems to be a bit more punchy/rich, and the 800E a little weak.(?)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorkil View Post
    Thank you Jim. Interesting! Its difficult to claim that the D800E is far better than the M9(!) And for the colours, you were there yourself, which one seemes to be the closest to the real life? The M9 colours seems to be a bit more punchy/rich, and the 800E a little weak.(?)
    Thorkil
    I'm sure I could tweak the 800e files to get punchier colors.. (the M9 is closer to what was there). In general, the M9 files felt 'thicker' for want of a better word.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimCollum View Post
    I'm sure I could tweak the 800e files to get punchier colors.. (the M9 is closer to what was there). In general, the M9 files felt 'thicker' for want of a better word.
    Yes thicker, that might be the right word. If the price didn't matter I would have gone for a M9 I guess, or perhaps rather the upcoming M10. But price do matter.

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