24-120 f/4 VR
24-120 f/4 VR
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So many great shots above!.....really enjoying them.
From my latest tests with a Hasselblad V lens on the D700 using the Fotodiox Pro lens adapter.
D700 and HB Zeiss CFE 80mm f2.8 lens at f4 (subject 12+ feet above me, significant crop of image)
D700 and HB Zeiss CFE 80mm f2.8 lens at f2.8 (photo by Jerome)
Nice shot, Pramote - was that out of camera?
Benson - impressive shots! The sharpness is incredible, and the colors are strong without being saturated.
What's the difference between the Pro and the regular adapters? I see a tripod foot on the pro for longer lenses. What about AE metering - one is a $40 adapter, the other is a $75 one.
Mikoo: Beautiful place. The terracing is like art.
Gary: More impressive results with the Hassey lens. I'm pretty sure I'll be taking the plunge as well.
Another quick shot with the D700 and HB CFE 80mm f2.8 lens. These were all hand held at relatively wide apertures (I think this was f5.6). I've ordered the Nikon eyepiece magnifier (DK-17?) to help a bit more with manual focus, although the focus confirmation indicator seems to be pretty accurate. Really enjoy using these lenses on a DSLR. Ordered another Fotodiox Pro adapter to use with my Canon DSLRs.
D700 and CFE 80/2.8
Really really nice work. Thank you sharing.
I'd be proud of ay of these shots - and am really looking forward to joining in when my E arrives!
>and am really looking forward to joining in when my E arrives!
I hope to check the diff the E can make.
180mm early morning 3 second exposure at 6.3
The Boss 35mm 1.4 G lens at F1.8
What really, really surprises me is how Nikon manages to keep that "nikon look" through decades. I mean we now have "nano" coatings, computerised lens designs, a completely new sensor. But still I feel like looking through a very slightly unclean window. I mean, how is it possible that it is still there?
Or, am I nuts? LOL
14-24 at 14. Having a little fun here.
That IS fun!
Heck I had to go negative clarity, my wife sees this she would want even more. Lol
Nikon 14-24mm at 14mm
ISO800, f/9, 1/100s
One more with the HB Zeiss 80mm lens.....on a cloudy day. This is a significant crop from the original image.
Some images i shot last week in San Diego when I first got the D800.
14-24 at 14mm
14-24 at 24mm
Gary, Love the last 2!
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Along the railroad track...
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Very Pretty Rayyan, ;- )
Snaps from a street called Calle Crisologo in Vigan City, Philippines
Mamiya 645 80mm 2.8 + D7000 via Fotodiox adapter:
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Los Banos Wetlands and San Luis Reservoir:
24-120mm f/4 and 105mm f/2.8 Micro
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Just for fun....Found this in Austin a few years back.
Great shot Tim.....and I don't think a D800 could have done it any better. ;-)
Thanks Gary! You're probably right about the D800. Still, imagine all that crop-ability!
Kewl shot Tim. Bunches of fun!
Ha! I like it Jorgen. If only Nikon could make that little AA filter replaceable/removable. Seems a small thing to ask, like a focusing screen.