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p.4 #1 · p.4 #1 · Nikon D820


I wish I knew which one.. I'm not up on Canon models. I've been at a couple of weddings where the sound of the shutter was shockingly soft. These were full sized pro bodies. At the last one, the photographer said he was testing the brand new "blabity blah" so I assume it is the new high end Canon that just came out.

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Oct 29, 2016 at 10:58 PM
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p.4 #2 · p.4 #2 · Nikon D820


rxgolf wrote:
Many cameras are purchased by individuals who never plan to sell a photo. There is no shot that their pay check depends on, and no specific job that needs a specific tool. Their gear choice may not be made because it fits into their business budget or gets a particular job done. They may buy gear because it provides an enjoyable shooting experience, because they enjoy having the latest technology in their hands, or because it makes it easier to get the shots they want.
What I lust for is a bit off topic BUT I want a D4x with:
a7rII
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Sadly, the D3x and 1Ds III class of bodies most likely will never be seen again.

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Oct 30, 2016 at 03:26 AM
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p.4 #3 · p.4 #3 · Nikon D820


Dj R wrote:
although the C 5D mk iV is does not get quiet at all
which body are you referring to?


That's not quite the case. With the 5d4, the silent shutter is a bit louder but the normal shutter is a bit quieter than the 5d3. Here are the peak measurements at about 3ft.

5d4
65db normal shutter
60db silent shutter

5d3
68db normal shutter
57db silent shutter



Oct 30, 2016 at 08:09 AM
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p.4 #4 · p.4 #4 · Nikon D820


As far as shutter violence goes, my D700 is obscene, as is the D3s at the old office which I don't have access to anymore.....
The reason I'm ready for the D820 is for used D810 prices to come down (I want one). Otherwise I'm not excited about a D820 at all.



Oct 30, 2016 at 05:46 PM
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p.4 #5 · p.4 #5 · Nikon D820


My D750 is like a bomb going off. I have to use a Camera Muzzle at classical concerts and it sucks.

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Oct 31, 2016 at 02:48 AM
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blutch wrote:
My D750 is like a bomb going off. I have to use a Camera Muzzle at classical concerts and it sucks.

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Ha, have you ever used a D3? It makes the d750 sound like a bb gun next to a howitzer. I was pleasantly surprised by how quiet the d750 is. I've always had to use a Blimp or something similar for classical music photography. I think you would need a leaf shutter or electronic shutter to not need sound dampening at an event like that.



Oct 31, 2016 at 03:36 AM
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p.4 #7 · p.4 #7 · Nikon D820


The D810 in quiet mode is truly wonderful. Even in normal shooting the sound is so much less than the D800


Oct 31, 2016 at 03:37 AM
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Awasos23 wrote:
Ha, have you ever used a D3? It makes the d750 sound like a bb gun next to a howitzer. I was pleasantly surprised by how quiet the d750 is. I've always had to use a Blimp or something similar for classical music photography. I think you would need a leaf shutter or electronic shutter to not need sound dampening at an event like that.


I used to own a D3s. It was loud, but man, so is the D750. The D810 is ALMOST soft enough to go without my Camera Muzzle. Especially if you can wait for the music to be a little louder. Sometimes I shoot string chamber music concerts... ugh. No way.

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Dj R wrote:
although the C 5D mk iV is does not get quiet at all
which body are you referring to?


I think the 5Ds / sr shutter is rather quieter than the other 5D models. I consider it fairly discreet even without quiet mode engaged. Certainly better than any of the 1 series that I've used. I think the new mirror box helps - the mirror is motor driven in both directions, and slows as it reaches its limits (this was done to reduction mirror-slap vibration, but it helps with noise, too.



Oct 31, 2016 at 10:51 AM
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mysh wrote:
The D810 in quiet mode is truly wonderful. Even in normal shooting the sound is so much less than the D800


Perhaps, but the clank I feel traveling from my hands up the length of my arms when I use my D800E feels so reassuring!



Oct 31, 2016 at 07:35 PM
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jbonzo1 wrote:
Perhaps, but the clank I feel traveling from my hands up the length of my arms when I use my D800E feels so reassuring!


On my D700, the clank is so annoying. The clank means I'm toast at slower shutter speeds if I do not have VR. Which means ISO needs to go up, and I hate doing that. I simply cannot get anything sharp at 1/FL the vast majority of the time.

I hate the clank as much as I hate the government.



Nov 01, 2016 at 12:50 AM
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p.4 #12 · p.4 #12 · Nikon D820


I'm patiently waiting for the F7. I love that user replaceable sensor.


Nov 01, 2016 at 01:31 AM
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p.4 #13 · p.4 #13 · Nikon D820


A D820 will have just what I want... lower D810 prices for me to replace my aging D700 that has a loud shutter and lesser DR


Nov 02, 2016 at 03:23 AM
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Two23 wrote:
The D800E are working so well for me that I will totally skip the D810. To get my interest a D820 would have to have at least a 50mp sensor, more DR. Don't care about GPS. Don't care about wifi. If the price of recent Nikon lenses are any clue, a D820 might be touching $4,000. Very, very hard for me to cost-justify that.

Kent in SD


I'm in the same boat. I never upgraded to the D810 since the D800E worked and still works very well for me. I would have to hard pass on a potential D820 if the price hovered around $4,000.

-Nick



Nov 02, 2016 at 01:59 PM
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p.4 #15 · p.4 #15 · Nikon D820


It's very unlikely the D820 (or whatever it is) will be $4,000 USD. I would be very surprised if it wasn't similar to D810 release pricing ($3299, maybe $3499 USD). It will be well over $4000 CAD though

The same thing will happen that happens every time, just like what happened with the 70-200/2.8FL. Rumors will start to surface based on pricing from countries with VAT, people will do straight currency conversions, and the internet will panic. Then, it will be announced at a more realistic USA price.



Nov 02, 2016 at 04:37 PM
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