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AnHund

AnHund

Lives in Denmark Denmark
Joined on Jan 16, 2010

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  • I really don't worry about this issue. It is only 1.2 crop mode and at long exposures. I may send in my D810 for the fix at a suitable time and only to preserve its resale value, if I sell it at...

  • You are welcome Guy and you are absolutely right about the batteries, just forgot to mention it.

  • Commented on Nikon D810 Preview preview

    @ecube - I think I learned a lot from KR, but one thing I would suggest, is never to shoot jpegs only (like KR always suggests), because that limits your possibilities of changing your images at a...

  • Commented on Nikon D810 Preview preview

    "This is good news, although for D800 shooters it might leave a slightly bitter taste in the mouth (there's really no reason why the D800's JPEGs couldn't look sharper, too with tweaked...

  • Well, you can't use ISO 400 for indoor sports events.

  • Nope. I'm not interested in a 24MP camera.

  • Fully agree rxbot.

  • Very interesting interview. Thanks.

  • Commented on Nikon Df Review preview

    Same on Nikon F4 and many other pro Nikons. The Locks are there to prevent accidental changes.

  • Commented on Sony Alpha A7 / A7R preview

    It does not blow away the D800. Don't get fooled by the low default sharpening setting on the D800 or for that matter any other Nikon camera.

    Also the D800 beats the A7R in both high ISO...

  • Commented on Sony Alpha A7 / A7R preview

    It does not beat the D800. Don't get fooled by the low default sharpening setting on the D800 or for that matter any other Nikon camera.

    Also the D800 beats the A7R in both high ISO perfomance and...

  • Commented on Nikon Df preview

    @T3 It has about the same number of dials and buttons as the Nikon F4.

    No wait. The F4 also has the combined manual rewind dial which when pulled up opens the back of the camera.

  • Commented on Nikon Df preview

    Wow, that is great. Found it. It is the f9 setting.(Setting Menu -> Controls).

    Thanks a lot.

  • Commented on Nikon Df preview

    Hi Tom,
    Where is the use of the aperture ring customizable in the D800 menu system?

    I haven't seen any setting for that feature in the D800.

  • Commented on Nikon Df preview

    Yes, the Nikon F4 had just as many dials and buttons as the Df. And even a small "display" where you could se the Picture counter for the loaded film :-)

  • Commented on Nikon Df preview

    Yes, the Nikon F4 has at least as many dials and buttons as the Df. And even a small "display" where you could se the Picture counter for the loaded film :-)

    Well, the F4 actually has more dials...

  • Commented on Nikon Df preview

    Yes, the Nikon F4 has at least as many dials and buttons as the Df. And even a small "display" where you could se the Picture counter for the loaded film :-)

    Well, the F4 actually has more dials...

  • Commented on Nikon Df preview

    Yes, the Nikon F4 has at least as many dials and buttons as the Df. And even a small "display" where you can see the Picture counter for the loaded film :-)

    Well, the F4 actually has more dials...

  • Commented on Nikon Df preview

    Yes, the Nikon F4 has at least as many dials and buttons as the Df. And even a small "display" where you can see the picture counter for the loaded film :-)

    Well, the F4 actually has more dials...

  • Sure. That could be an explanation. Still thinks it looks a bit odd including the position of the rifle.

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