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And then pick up a V1 for a 2.9 crop factor...
No No No, get a 400mm 3.5 for 1200 Bucks, get a TC 301 and a TC16a and you will get a 640mm 5.6 and an 800mm 7.0 for $1600 total with these results: (Previously posted)
and the 640mm autofocuses fast (but not far)
You can even get a 2240mm (TC14, TC 200, TC300) with these results, do not like to repeat posts but this discussion is worth many $
nikon nikkor 400mm 3.5 tc300 tc201 tc 14 D800 moon shot D3 by Rafael CA, on Flickr
Neil Armstrong's new home. Nikon nikkor 400mm 3.5 tc300 tc201 tc 14 D800 moon shot 2...Show more →
Peter, you need to get out of film mode. Let 'er rip!
800 images - the thought takes my breath away! Wow!
Thanks Peter, no special settings, I stopped using the custom profile I had, and went back to standard, and then opened this in CaptureNX 2.
Color Noise Reduction set to Better,
and then the D3 setting of Adjustments for the final touch.
Corel Photopaint to resample to 1000 longest side, sharpen and unsharp mask, watermark, and done.
Laura - really vivid colours. Love the photos. Do you have any special settings in this shooting bvank?
All good things come in their own time Glad I could make you chuckle in the morning. My husband had that on his desk for quite a while, for some reason he could never keep it full.
leighton w wrote:
Thanks all for the nice comments on the snow pics!
Scott - I like the starkness of your Geese image. It looks colder where you are...yuck.
Laura - The first one made me chuckle, thanks.
Curtis - Don't apologize for these wonderful Spring images, at least some on here can enjoy the warmth! Plus, I like seeing them, they remind me of things to come.
Rafael - That moon shot is one of the best I've ever seen.
And Scott, thanks for the geese shot. I'll have to regale you with my goose story some day...