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    Kids with Kodak 14nx

    Well this camera is still wonderful at base iso for portrait

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    umm yeah have to agree with you there!!!

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    Re: Kids with Kodak 14nx

    Adorable kids and beautiful shots, and welcome....

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    thanks viablex1 and donweston

    Ya I only know of this forum after searching about Leica R on Nikon, I am still waiting for the parts to arrive

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    Re: Kids with Kodak 14nx

    Very nice. What lens(es)?

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    Re: Kids with Kodak 14nx

    Beautiful. I know it's a cliché, but the portraits have a very "film-like" look to them.

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    in number two he looks pretty hip!! but yes the rendition looks like film for sure

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    Re: Kids with Kodak 14nx

    those pictures are taken with 105 dc

    or r u asking about leica ? i just bought 3 to try out summilux 80/1.4 135 f2.8 and 90 f2.8. the leitax is here now . will change the mount after the boy going to bed

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    Very nice. What lens(es)?

    -Marc

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    thanks jorgen, some how i always use this combo to take their pictures when they visit us. they are mix vietnamese and american

    last year same body and lens





    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Beautiful. I know it's a cliché, but the portraits have a very "film-like" look to them.

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    Re: Kids with Kodak 14nx

    The kids are very cute. The first and the last one are my favorites. The camera really has a unique rendering.

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    Cindy - that unique rendering is due to the lack of an AA filter on the Kodak14nx sensor. Gives you that film-like quality like the Leica M8 which also has no AA filter. My D700 is at maxmax.com right now to have the AA filter removed from the sensor. They replace it with a UV/IR filter of equal thickness, same theory with the M8, but nstead of the UV/IR on the lenses, the D700 will have it on the sensor.
    Logically one would assume you would get M8-like files on the D700 (no blurring of the pixels that the strong AA filter of Nikon does).
    I'm off to Italy for 3 weeks with my Hot Rod D700, so I will let you know the results. (BTW, doing this procedure cost $450 and voids your Nikon warranty)

    Roy

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    Thanks Cindy

    I think rivercrew is right about the AA filter but after removed you may get more purple fringes at the bright part against the sun

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