Awesome images Bob, thanks for sharing them -- I may have to do a second think on this body!
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Thanks all for the likes!Awesome images Bob, thanks for sharing them --
You really need to put this in your hands to gauge whether you like it or not. The D4 sensor is a light sink, rather like the D3s was. It seems to be flexible enough to shoot anywhere anytime.Awesome images Bob, thanks for sharing them -- I may have to do a second think on this body!
Nikon Df Sigma 18-35 F1.8
Steam Engine Wheels
Nikon Df 50 F1.8 Kit Lens
Wheel and Springs
Rail Car Wheels in Reserve
has anyone tried in C1 ?My Df arrived today but I am traveling so no testing yet . I have a D4 so I know what to expect from the files . Most important to understand that Bob is using NX2 to do his raw conversions . My tests showed that NX2 produced the most accurate and pleasing color (including skin tones ) without much effort ....but the workflow when using LR was complex .
Nx2 produces a very natural look which by comparison to LR/PS is desaturated . It also produces better micro contrast which can be seen in the color tone separation .
Very nice set of photographs thanks for posting .