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    Ha!

    Who needs a 50mp+ Nikon with a lens like that?

    I would love to see what it would do on my D2x!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dave.gt View Post
    Ha!

    Who needs a 50mp+ Nikon with a lens like that?

    I would love to see what it would do on my D2x!!!
    I think megapixel game is overrated for regular-sized printing.
    The only advantages to me are cropping and extra-large printing (who have many walls that big ??).
    I have no doubt it will be very fine with the the D2X.
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    ...In the past 2 weeks, I've forced myself and been using only one lens (500mm PF), nothing else, and it's very educating. I missed some pictures because of the focal length. However, I've gained a lot more. I've discovered the potential of the focal length 500-1500mm (with a combination of FX, DX and TC 1.4-2.0) for my nature and landscape photography. I am very excited as it is very new to me and opens up my new vision. I've had older 400 to 600mm Tele but I've rarely use them because they are too heavy to carry around. This system is light enough for me to carry all day in a small backpack mostly without tripods.
    Pramote, excellent work with the 500mm PF lens (hand held!!!). And it's good to have you back posting your work in the Nikon and Medium Format forums. From what I can gather, the 500mm PF is a rare creature, made of unobtainium, and seldom seen in the wild. I've been out of the Nikon loop for years, but recently acquired a Z7 and a couple of native Z lenses. Maybe I'll have to try this mythical 500mm PF.

    Thanks for sharing your work and I wish you all the best,

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    Haven't been able to do any photography worth mentioning since early May, so when my parents asked me if I would like to come with them to "Sunnmørsalpene" I promptly agreed. The jagged, peaked mountain towers 1564 meters above the fjord, a spectacular view I hope I was able to convey in this photo.

    On to the technical side. This is 14 HDR images frame averaged in photoshop to blur the water to a more "painterly" feeling. Shot with the D850 and my trusty 35mm Sigma Art.

    Hjørundfjorden and Slogen by Fredrick D. Fjeldsbø, on Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    Pramote, excellent work with the 500mm PF lens (hand held!!!). And it's good to have you back posting your work in the Nikon and Medium Format forums. From what I can gather, the 500mm PF is a rare creature, made of unobtainium, and seldom seen in the wild. I've been out of the Nikon loop for years, but recently acquired a Z7 and a couple of native Z lenses. Maybe I'll have to try this mythical 500mm PF.

    Thanks for sharing your work and I wish you all the best,

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    Thank you very much Joe for your kind words!
    "The Best lens Is The One That's With You"
    It is very very light!!! I can carry it all day. With 2 bodies (FX and DX), I can cover 500mm-750mm. I remember you don't like TC but with 1x1.4, 1.7 and 2, the lens can cover from 500 to 1500mm. The IQ and AF is OK with the TC x1.4, usable with X1.7 and so so to difficult on x2. I plan to get the 300mm PF so I can cover between 300 and 1500mm, handheld and can get closer. Without TC, the image is sharp (on D810) down to 1/20 handheld!!! It's a game changer for me.
    It's hard to find. I was lucky getting one on FM, just in time for my Alaska cruise this month.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    Thank you very much Joe for your kind words!
    "The Best lens Is The One That's With You"
    It is very very light!!! I can carry it all day. With 2 bodies (FX and DX), I can cover 500mm-750mm. I remember you don't like TC but with 1x1.4, 1.7 and 2, the lens can cover from 500 to 1500mm. The IQ and AF is OK with the TC x1.4, usable with X1.7 and so so to difficult on x2. I plan to get the 300mm PF so I can cover between 300 and 1500mm, handheld and can get closer. Without TC, the image is sharp (on D810) down to 1/20 handheld!!! It's a game changer for me.
    It's hard to find. I was lucky getting one on FM, just in time for my Alaska cruise this month.

    Best

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    Hi Pramote

    nice to see you back on the forums!
    I can highly recommend the 300mm PF - it is the only lens we have a duplicate copy of - paired with the D500 - it is our favourite BIF kit.

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fredrick View Post
    The jagged, peaked mountain towers 1564 meters above the fjord...r
    That is insane, either on the climb up or down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swissblad View Post
    Hi Pramote

    nice to see you back on the forums!
    I can highly recommend the 300mm PF - it is the only lens we have a duplicate copy of - paired with the D500 - it is our favourite BIF kit.

    Cheers

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    Thank you Thorkil! I truly appreciate your friendship.
    How's the D500?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    That is insane, either on the climb up or down.
    Quite so, indeed! I didn't venture up the mountain, I enjoy the view from ground level ;-)

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    Pulling out the old-fashioned, lovely, but a bit heavy 135/2D DC (manual AF on the Z)...





    Nikon Z7 with 135/2 DC at iso 180 1/2000 f4 through C1pro12.1win






    Nikon Z7 with 135/2 DC at iso 80 1/160 f2 through C1pro12.1win




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    Thorkil, thanks for posting these. I find the old manual focus lenses work much better than do the S lens in manual mode. I don’t care for the focus-by-wire system.
    I am in Canada at the moment giving my Z7 it’s first test as a travel camera. I hope the camera and I develop a better relationship with continued use as so far I find it inferior to my Leica M or even my old D810 for that matter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnBrew View Post
    Thorkil, thanks for posting these. I find the old manual focus lenses work much better than do the S lens in manual mode. I don’t care for the focus-by-wire system.
    I am in Canada at the moment giving my Z7 it’s first test as a travel camera. I hope the camera and I develop a better relationship with continued use as so far I find it inferior to my Leica M or even my old D810 for that matter.
    Hi John.
    If you got some funds with you I would strongly recommend getting into a Nikon store at once in Canada and buy the 24-70/2.8S, while apart from being the sharpest 24-70 zoom at all (see photographylife.com) it renders very old-fashioned, and in line with the 105 & 135 DC's and the 70-200/4G ED - I see it from pictures from Darin but also from a danish photo-friend and its very obvious to me, even though colors aren't pale, they are healthy in a soft and very delicate way - so when you get home sell the 24-70/4S while it is way more harsh in colors and contrast.
    For me I still think I have come home with the Z7 (and I didn't manage to get friends with the Leica ME), it works so fine and simple for me. I haven't used the 35/1.8S and the 50/1.8S that much, so I can't really tell what I think of the colours.
    While I'm retired for now, funds have sort of dried out, and my last customer cheated me for a huge amount of money, which didn't help me buying the 24-70/2.8S, but perhaps, if selling my Fuji-gear, I will definitely get it (I hope).
    So I can only say, get the 24-70/2.8S as soon as possible and you will absolutely be more satisfied, and bringing your 70-200/4G with you, I would consider you as being very happy equipped...
    D800's are way too heavy and big to me. But the Df is still waiting for me, but walking with the Z is just such a confident and comfortable feeling.
    best thorkil

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darin Marcus View Post


    Nikon Df, Cosina Voigtländer 58mm f/1.4 SLII S, 1/60, f/4, ISO 400
    Yes Darin, as you show, the Df might still be the king and the absolute master in laid-back-color-and-contrast-rendering. Nice and very pleasing for the eye to see.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorkil View Post
    Yes Darin, as you show, the Df might still be the king and the absolute master in laid-back-color-and-contrast-rendering. Nice and very pleasing for the eye to see.
    Thank you Thorkil!

    Yes, the Df still has a place in the camera lineup, and I will definitely keep mine - I just need to get its sensor cleaned...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darin Marcus View Post
    Thank you Thorkil!

    Yes, the Df still has a place in the camera lineup, and I will definitely keep mine - I just need to get its sensor cleaned...
    me too (Df sensorcleaning, I dare not do it myself, will go to the official Nikon repair workshop in Copenhagen, if I book time they will do it while waiting)

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    well..would you care for letting me take you by the hand for a short and quick walk and short hasty impression through some of the the latin quarter in Copenhagen this afternoon, unrefined, some of them hasty mood-impression-oriented hipshots, but..
    and while I was seeing in the press that a danish band Vollbeat are climbing up the latter abroad...you might listen
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=siIaaBIVbZE
    while it perhaps parrellel the mood this afternoon in the latin quarter...
    all done with the 14-30/4S which seems to fit as an mindextension today - all with minimal processing, to avoid spoiling the mood...





    Nikon Z7 with 14-30/4S at 14mm iso10.000 1/250 f4 through C1pro12.1win




    Nikon Z7 with 14-30/4S at 14mm iso200 1/250 f4 through C1pro12.1win




    Nikon Z7 with 14-30/4S at 14mm iso3.600 1/250 f4 through C1pro12.1win
    (at the left the anarchist member of the Love-party(!) which runs for election at the community of Copenhagen, to the right the russian waiter, so together with my photofriend Michael the goldsmith, we discussed the extremely skilled street photographer Vivian Maier, and discussed the novel Rodian Raskolnikov - also called crime and punishment written by Fjodor Dostojevskij in 1866 which everyone ought to read - until there were homecalls from the wife's...)





    Nikon Z7 with 14-30/4S at 14mm iso220 1/250 f4 through C1pro12.1win




    Nikon Z7 with 14-30/4S at 18mm iso160 1/60 f8 through C1pro12.1win




    Nikon Z7 with 14-30/4S at 17mm iso80 1/60 f8 through C1pro12.1win




    Nikon Z7 with 14-30/4S at 17mm iso64 1/60 f8 through C1pro12.1win




    Nikon Z7 with 14-30/4S at 14mm iso72 1/60 f8 through C1pro12.1win




    Nikon Z7 with 14-30/4S at 16mm iso64 1/60 f4 through C1pro12.1win


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    Wow, thanks Thorkil. That band is awesome. Also the image of the Fiat Dino Spider - I had the coupe version many, many years ago. Made beautiful music @ 8000 rpm (and beyond!) but was unreliable.
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    thanks John, lucky you with a Dino-experience. Hipshots just prefocused at a distance at perhaps 2,5meter, then lens at manual, f at 8, should have gone up in speed, but somehow I also like the movements in the picture, bringing some sort of moving life into, just keeping it in front of the belly, pressing while looking at the scenery while walking (looking at a screen would slow it down, and you miss the intuitive spots). By that you avoid touching the joystick and move the single-spot unattended, I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnBrew View Post
    Wow, thanks Thorkil. That band is awesome. Also the image of the Fiat Dino Spider - I had the coupe version many, many years ago. Made beautiful music @ 8000 rpm (and beyond!) but was unreliable.
    Now, how many people have I personally known who had a Fiat Dino?!!!

    Zero!

    John, that is cool!!! But you already knew that!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dave.gt View Post
    Now, how many people have I personally known who had a Fiat Dino?!!!

    Zero!

    John, that is cool!!! But you already knew that!
    +1

    The only thing cooler than a Fiat Dino Coupe is a Fiat Dino Spider. Great that a Spider is roaming free in CPH. How many of those are still running? Not many.

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    Nikon Z 6, Nikkor Z 24-70mm f/2.8 S @ 52mm, 1/640, f/2.8, ISO 100
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    Nikon D850, Sigma Art 35mm.

    Sunset Road by Fredrick D. Fjeldsbø, on Flickr
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    Panorama compositions are somewhat hard to pull of for me. At least the light was amazing!


    Nikon D850, Sigma Art 135mm, HDR Panorama.


    Hydnefossen sunset by Fredrick D. Fjeldsbø, on Flickr
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    A few IR images taken at our local lake. All with Nikon Z6 converted to 590nm and using a 720nm filter. These are definitely in the "Fun with..." category.

    Symphony Lake:



    Side view of Koka Booth Amphitheater:



    This Great Blue Heron didn't move from his fishing spot on my walk by, nor did he move when I walked back to my car.



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    Thanks for the likes guys!

    Here's a nice little scene I stumbled upon.

    D850 and Sigma Art 35mm.

    Mountain Gate by Fredrick D. Fjeldsbø, on Flickr
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    ..a few 70-200/4 on the Z7





    Nikon Z7 with 70-200/4G at 165mm iso64 1/200 f4 through C1pro12.1win





    Nikon Z7 with 70-200/4G at 92mm iso250 1/250 f4 through C1pro12.1win





    Nikon Z7 with 70-200/4G at 200mm iso560 1/160 f4 through C1pro12.1win





    Nikon Z7 with 70-200/4G at 130mm iso64 1/160 f4 through C1pro12.1win





    Nikon Z7 with 70-200/4G at 200mm iso2000 1/160 f4 through C1pro12.1win





    Nikon Z7 with 70-200/4G at 200mm iso450 1/160 f4 through C1pro12.1win



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    This is a scene from Jotunheimen, the home of Giants. I really think this one turned out well, there seems to be endless layers in-between the bigger layers.

    3 image stitch with the D850 and Sigma Art 135mm.

    Detail of Horrungane by Fredrick D. Fjeldsbø, on Flickr
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    D700, ZF 100/2
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    Super duper picture, Rayyan!
    The old 12Mp D700 certainly sings together with the Zeiss 100/2. I'm glad that I didn't sold it (the D700). (but Lord give me an extra life, the fulfill all the dreams of using it all...)
    best Thorkil
    (who need an Fuji 100Mp, looking at those healthy fat pixels?)
    (but the D700 is still half a kilo more than a Z, so you are up with some a 1,75 kg burdon in that combo, but well carried!)
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    Thanks to all folks for the ‘likes’.

    Thorkil, I sold my D700 with some regret. As you
    rightfully observe, it was becoming heavy for
    me.

    The ZF lenses are still there, but hardly used. I cannot
    sell them since no market here for them.

    The D700 served me well when I was less old!

    You have posted lovely images with your Z7 and
    S lenses.

    Wish you and family many years of health and
    joy with yourselves and your hobbies.

    Warmest regards.

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    Super duper picture, Rayyan!
    The old 12Mp D700 certainly sings together with the Zeiss 100/2. I'm glad that I didn't sold it (the D700). (but Lord give me an extra life, the fulfill all the dreams of using it all...)
    best Thorkil
    (who need an Fuji 100Mp, looking at those healthy fat pixels?)
    (but the D700 is still half a kilo more than a Z, so you are up with some a 1,75 kg burdon in that combo, but well carried!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Thanks to all folks for the ‘likes’.

    Thorkil, I sold my D700 with some regret. As you
    rightfully observe, it was becoming heavy for
    me.

    The ZF lenses are still there, but hardly used. I cannot
    sell them since no market here for them.

    The D700 served me well when I was less old!

    You have posted lovely images with your Z7 and
    S lenses.

    Wish you and family many years of health and
    joy with yourselves and your hobbies.

    Warmest regards.
    I'm sure your ZF lenses would work very well with a Z6 or Z7. Just sayin'

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    Jorgen, I am retired, small pension and physically frail!!

    Stay well my friend.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    I'm sure your ZF lenses would work very well with a Z6 or Z7. Just sayin'
    koffee & kamera
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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Jorgen, I am retired, small pension and physically frail!!

    Stay well my friend.
    That sounds familiar to me... not retired, small salary and physically fat...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Thanks to all folks for the ‘likes’.

    Thorkil, I sold my D700 with some regret. As you
    rightfully observe, it was becoming heavy for
    me.

    The ZF lenses are still there, but hardly used. I cannot
    sell them since no market here for them.

    The D700 served me well when I was less old!

    You have posted lovely images with your Z7 and
    S lenses.

    Wish you and family many years of health and
    joy with yourselves and your hobbies.

    Warmest regards.
    Thank you Rayyan!
    Realistic, I will have to look at things that I am unrealistic keeping.
    The D700 is 1085 grams (the fat guy), the Z7 is 585 gram, so almost twice as heavy the D700 must find new hands...and so on.
    The Df is 765 gram, so only 180 grams heavier than the Z its much lighter than it looks, but not at all that handy as the Z. The Z is the best camera to hold that I have ever tried. But the look of the Df pictures are never to forget, so it will stay.
    My last customer unfortunately cheated me for, to me, a huge amount, so future offer several years in the court-system, and we will see if I get any back...sigh...so the small pension is activated here too, and gearbuying is deactivated..
    But for free is luckily trying to stay healthy, get some exercise done, and trying to beware of fatness ..and then get some pictures done too, and keep the mood optimistic
    Warm regards to you both..
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    Self portrait. Musee national de beaux-arts du Quebec. Z7, 24-70 f4.
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    A couple of bw conversions from my Quebec trip. Z7, 24-70 f4Name:  _DSC0539.jpg
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    the Deer-Park - the feeding houses...part II





    Nikon Z7 with 14-30/4S at 24mm iso280 1/60 f11 through C1pro12.1win
    (Yes Dave its a rather intriguing construction, the hay up on the topfloor and the special roofconstruction provide more space for hay and in winter when putting it behind the bars for the deers its secured against rain - it would be nice to get access inside)






    Nikon Z7 with 14-30/4S at 24mm iso64 1/60 f11 through C1pro12.1win
    the deerhouse of Schimmelmann build in 1890






    Nikon Z7 with 14-30/4S at 24mm iso110 1/80 f10 through C1pro12.1win





    Nikon Z7 with 14-30/4S at 24mm iso64 1/40 f4 through C1pro12.1win





    Nikon Z7 with 14-30/4S at 24mm iso72 1/40 f7.1 through C1pro12.1win
    another kind of feeding hous - the house of the shooter Peter Liep (1837-1896 he shot about 11.000 deer in total) rebuild after fire at 1916







    Nikon Z7 with 14-30/4S at 24mm iso720 1/40 f7.1 through C1pro12.1win
    a view inside the living room of Peter Liep (perhaps)..(no its not him at the table..Peter Liep was about 310 pound before he got a stroke) - sorry to disturb the humble pair...



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    I was shooting surfers when I saw this
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    Nikon Z 6, Nikkor Z 24-70mm f/2.8 S @ 40mm, 1/125, f/5.6, ISO 100, a touch of Nikon CP

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    From the archives:


    D700, ZF 100/2
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    Nice picture Rayyan! (with pig in wysiwyg, and with modern hairdressing)
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