Upload & Sell: On
Okay, so I've been shooting Nikon for years and I recently had the D3s, D3, D700 cameras, along with some DX like the D7000, D300, D200, D90...so on. No matter what FX camera I used, the files always had a crispness that the DX cameras and Canon's didn't have. The DX cameras always looked fuzzy, I guess that's the best way to explain it.
Well this is my second D800 and I shot a whole wedding last night and nothing has that normal crisp feeling that Nikon FX cameras generally give. All of my lenses have never needed any sort of MA and to be honest I don't think that is it.
I'm curious as to if it's a setting or something. At this point, I'm not sure what to do because I need video (hence the D7000 and D800 combo) but for my photo stuff, the D3s has always been such a crisp camera.
I see so many people posting photos from their D800's and they are sharp, full of detail and I'm just not getting that out of mine, so I'm thinking it's me.