Posts tagged Nikon
It’s another Friday and that means it’s time for another roundup of photography related news and links that I found interesting during the week. Incidentally this week’s featured photo is “Wild Grass” (by me!) and was taken with the D700 and processed using VSCO Film 4.Nikon D810
The big story this week is Nikon’s release of the D810. I think many people were expecting a relatively minor…
About a month ago I was having coffee with a friend and he was showing some pictures he had taken with his 35mm DX lens on his D800. Because of the sensor resolution on the D800, even cropped you’re still getting a fairly large image. In his set, he also had a few pictures that he had taken with the DX crop mode turned off, and they were mostly ok, apart from some severe vignetting. This piqued…
“ And that’s exactly how it turned out when I took the Nikon Df on a walk around my neighborhood. Shooting in Aperture-priority mode, I found the front command dial to be usable, but not as good as more typical dials on other high-end DSLRs. I like to shoot in Aperture-priority and make heavy use of exposure compensation. On the Df, the exposure compensation dial requires you to press a locking button to make a change. It can be done by feel without taking your eye off the viewfinder, but it’s still slower and less convenient to use than most exposure compensation controls on modern, advanced DSLRs.”
And that is my single biggest issue with the Nikon DF. The location and design of the exposure compensation dial is utterly stupid.
As Sony Looks Forward, Nikon Looks Back: Thought on the The Nikon DF
To say the release of the Nikon DF was hyped is something of an understatement. I don’t know…
Nikon releases 28mm f 1.8g Prime Lens. Looks promising. It’s full frame and it has a reasonable price point so liokks like a winner. Not sure 28mm is the ideal focal length for a prime, but still.
Nikon announces its new flagship camera, the Nikon D4.
Nikon Rumors has superb coverage of the launch with links to the lots of sites posting information this morning.
Of particular interest, is Joe McNally’s experiences with the camera.