Nikon D800e - Official Image thread
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Picture This!
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Noticed we don't have a thread dedicated to the Nikon D800e. I'll start with a pic from today with the Sigma 150mm non-OS.



jasenz
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Great detail there! My humble contribution:-







Picture This!
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Nice shot jasenz. Good call on B&W.



Picture This!
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one more from yesterday's flower series



Todd
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A few from my D800e

360 loop bridge:







Many galaxies










Picture This!
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Todd, that's a great bridge shot !



Bill Hollinger
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Full frame,





100% crop,





Video, https://vimeo.com/42173080


ozhop
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Its been a while since I posted anything, however this camera has me excited.
This image taken with the Nikkor 105macro is 18% of the total image and yet I can still print it at 14x7 inches. Magic!!







derry1
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I'm still waiting on my E and will sure contribute when it arrives,,

Derry



ozhop
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Bill

Great detail there. Did you encounter any moire on the fine bird feathers



CGrindahl
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Enquiring minds want to know how THIS THREAD became the OFFICIAL home of D800E images...

I think what you mean Manu, is that the early bird gets the worm...

Have fun everyone!



Picture This!
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Curtis. There's an OFFICIAL D800 thread so thought i'd might as well make this one OFFICIAL too



JulianDeLaRosa
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Oh man! Why must you guys do this to me? I love my D800 but, now I want the E!



Tim Ashton
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Picture This! wrote:
Nice shot jasenz. Good call on B&W.


I'll raise you and call it awesome

Tim



Bill Hollinger
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ozhop wrote:
Bill

Great detail there. Did you encounter any moire on the fine bird feathers


In over 3000 images, I found a tiny patch of moire in only two of them. The moire was visible only at actual pixels, where at screen resolution (72dpi, like these web jpegs), the image is 102.2 x 68.2 inches. One was in a tiny spot on the head of a Goldfinch - one of well over 1000 bird images - and the other was in the blade of a kevlar paddle where it picked up the pattern of the kevlar. The detail from this camera is mesmerizing. I have a feeling the “san AA filter” options will become more commonplace in the future. It would be interesting to know what the percentage of orders of each camera (D800/E) is to Nikon.

Scrutinizing detail has always been the purview of photographers, but the D800 (I used one for ten days) and D800E also produce beautiful images with extended latitude which is very helpful in bright sunlight. It’s amazing to see the detail that can be uncovered with the shadow slider in LR4.

The one issue I have is a problem inherent in the (lack of) power of my original Mac Pro desktop. It takes forever to go through a few hundred images. I keep waiting, and waiting for Apple to release an updated version......



Photo Joe
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Wow, Bill! The crop reveals that you nailed the focus on that kayaking shot!



darbo
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Wow! A great start to "official" D800E image thread! I'm looking forward to contributing when mine finally ships.

Bill, awesome detail; really love how vivid that bird shot is!

The D800E is a demanding camera, and I think it would be really helpful if everyone would also post what lens they used for their shots, since lens quality is so much more critical towards the goal of getting the most out of the sensor. Just a thought.



CGrindahl
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Picture This! wrote:
Curtis. There's an OFFICIAL D800 thread so thought i'd might as well make this one OFFICIAL too


I think he got the "Good Housekeeping Seal" the same place you got yours...

I'm loving seeing what is posted here and even sent a link to a friend who is going back and forth about which camera to buy. He is a serious landscape photographer whose work regularly appears in the Sierra Club Wilderness calendar. This is the camera he's been dreaming about as a replacement for his large format gear... a real replacement for his D700. Keep the images coming!



Bill Hollinger
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darbo wrote:

.....The D800E is a demanding camera, and I think it would be really helpful if everyone would also post what lens they used for their shots, since lens quality is so much more critical towards the goal of getting the most out of the sensor. Just a thought.


I used the 600 f4.0 for the images, and the 200-400 f4 for the video

Links to the pages, http://s1140.photobucket.com/albums/n561/billh96007/Kayaks/

This page has 100% crops from the 600 on the D3s, D800 and D800E,

http://s1140.photobucket.com/albums/n561/billh96007/Nikon%20comparison/



Picture This!
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D800e + Zeiss 21 + Stanford Memorial Church



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