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MDoc9523
Registered: Aug 13, 2006
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For example the 24mp, the 1.3 crop ability, 51 point with 15 cross, greater dynamic range, no low pass filter so cleaner images(like the D800) and built in hdr. For just a few reasons



kwoodard
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MDoc9523 wrote:
For example the 24mp, the 1.3 crop ability, 51 point with 15 cross, greater dynamic range, no low pass filter so cleaner images(like the D800) and built in hdr. For just a few reasons


Oh man... I wish... Is this the sensor in the D3200?



rankamateur
Registered: Nov 25, 2007
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leighton w wrote:
raboof wrote:
I am about to list a lot of items but wanting to see if anyone here interested in any of them first. I'll probably put them up on BS tomorrow morning. Thanks

D700 with MB-D10 - $1529 26,700 counts

105mm f2.5K Ai'd $129

24mm f2.8 Ai-S $229

35-70mm f3.5 Ai-S $129

50-135mm f3.5 Ai-S $129


I hope by you selling the D700 only indicates that you're upgrading, and not leaving us for another?


Really good prices and if I did not have them I would have them all.



rankamateur
Registered: Nov 25, 2007
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leighton w wrote:
bruni wrote:
CGrindahl wrote:
Chuong, you've definitely got me thinking with your offerings... I think you know which one... Very tempting.



you're kidding Curits - you want ANOTHER lens?

sorry to hear you're unwell Leighton and Mark. Get better fast - one good thing though is that the convalescence is making Leighton chattier than ever.


ben

I warned everybody!


He is probably tired of me picking on him but he does not need convalescence to be chatty!



MDoc9523
Registered: Aug 13, 2006
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kwoodard wrote:
MDoc9523 wrote:
For example the 24mp, the 1.3 crop ability, 51 point with 15 cross, greater dynamic range, no low pass filter so cleaner images(like the D800) and built in hdr. For just a few reasons


Oh man... I wish... Is this the sensor in the D3200?

But it's not the same sensor—this one has been engineered without the low-pass filter designed to help eliminate aliasing distortions and Not even the D600 has this new 51-point system. It will also auto focus up to F8 instead of F5.6



leighton w
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Sounds like a great camera on paper. My only real concern would be packing that many more MP's on that size sensor.



pburke
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MDoc9523 wrote:
It will also auto focus up to F8 instead of F5.6


wrong audience



MDoc9523
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leighton w wrote:
Sounds like a great camera on paper. My only real concern would be packing that many more MP's on that size sensor.

They said the same thing about the D800



CGrindahl
Registered: Dec 17, 2004
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pburke wrote:
MDoc9523 wrote:
It will also auto focus up to F8 instead of F5.6


wrong audience







MarkdV
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Some Doors especially to help Leighton pass the time as I believe he has stated he has a thing for them. These are the doors of Sanguinetto in Italy (near Verona).

1-4 are with the 55mm micro and the last is the 28mm series E.



CGrindahl
Registered: Dec 17, 2004
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MDoc9523 wrote:
leighton w wrote:
Sounds like a great camera on paper. My only real concern would be packing that many more MP's on that size sensor.

They said the same thing about the D800


I recall reading that the pixel density of the D800 is very close to the density of the D7000. With this increase, the D7100 density will be substantially higher. Yes, we learned that increasing pixel density is not guaranteed to reduce low light performance or create other anomalies but we'll need to see how this camera performs to know for certain. I understand, of course, why this camera would appeal to you Ray. Your work with the D7000 is outstanding and you've described some very attractive improvements in the new release. I hope it performs as expected and that you find the means to get one for yourself. I'm guessing the market for a used D7000 just took a hit, which doesn't work for you but might spur Peter to take the plunge...

I'm still waiting for a D700 replacement...



rankamateur
Registered: Nov 25, 2007
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CGrindahl wrote:
MDoc9523 wrote:
leighton w wrote:
Sounds like a great camera on paper. My only real concern would be packing that many more MP's on that size sensor.

They said the same thing about the D800


I recall reading that the pixel density of the D800 is very close to the density of the D7000. With this increase, the D7100 density will be substantially higher. Yes, we learned that increasing pixel density is not guaranteed to reduce low light performance or create other anomalies but we'll need to see how this camera performs to know for certain. I understand, of course, why this camera would appeal to you Ray. Your work with the D7000 is outstanding and you've described some very attractive improvements in the new release. I hope it performs as expected and that you find the means to get one for yourself. I'm guessing the market for a used D7000 just took a hit, which doesn't work for you but might spur Peter to take the plunge...

I'm still waiting for a D700 replacement...


Once you go FX ye shall never go back!!! But seriously we all know what is coming. Hey I got my new D7100 and it is way better than a D800 or a D4 yada yada yada yada. Just exactly what does anyone on this thread need with 51 autofocus points. I don't need any. In fact I wish I would have kept my D3.



MDoc9523
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I think that if this pixel density were a problem we would have heard of any problems from the D5200 or D3200 they both have 24mp although they are different sensors. I had thought that if I did sell my D7000 w/kit lens I would ask $900. The D7100 w/kit is $1500.



MDoc9523
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rankamateur wrote:
CGrindahl wrote:
MDoc9523 wrote:
leighton w wrote:
Sounds like a great camera on paper. My only real concern would be packing that many more MP's on that size sensor.

They said the same thing about the D800


I recall reading that the pixel density of the D800 is very close to the density of the D7000. With this increase, the D7100 density will be substantially higher. Yes, we learned that increasing pixel density is not guaranteed to reduce low light performance or create other anomalies but we'll need to see how this camera performs to know for certain. I understand, of course, why this camera would appeal to you Ray. Your work with the D7000 is outstanding and you've described some very attractive improvements in the new release. I hope it performs as expected and that you find the means to get one for yourself. I'm guessing the market for a used D7000 just took a hit, which doesn't work for you but might spur Peter to take the plunge...

I'm still waiting for a D700 replacement...


Once you go FX ye shall never go back!!! But seriously we all know what is coming. Hey I got my new D7100 and it is way better than a D800 or a D4 yada yada yada yada. Just exactly what does anyone on this thread need with 51 autofocus points. I don't need any. In fact I wish I would have kept my D3.


You sold a D3? Why?
I love going to the Canon forum to listen to the weeping and nashing of teeth



rankamateur
Registered: Nov 25, 2007
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MDoc9523 wrote:
rankamateur wrote:
CGrindahl wrote:
MDoc9523 wrote:
leighton w wrote:
Sounds like a great camera on paper. My only real concern would be packing that many more MP's on that size sensor.

They said the same thing about the D800


I recall reading that the pixel density of the D800 is very close to the density of the D7000. With this increase, the D7100 density will be substantially higher. Yes, we learned that increasing pixel density is not guaranteed to reduce low light performance or create other anomalies but we'll need to see how this camera performs to know for certain. I understand, of course, why this camera would appeal to you Ray. Your work with the D7000 is outstanding and you've described some very attractive improvements in the new release. I hope it performs as expected and that you find the means to get one for yourself. I'm guessing the market for a used D7000 just took a hit, which doesn't work for you but might spur Peter to take the plunge...

I'm still waiting for a D700 replacement...


Once you go FX ye shall never go back!!! But seriously we all know what is coming. Hey I got my new D7100 and it is way better than a D800 or a D4 yada yada yada yada. Just exactly what does anyone on this thread need with 51 autofocus points. I don't need any. In fact I wish I would have kept my D3.


You sold a D3? Why?
I love going to the Canon forum to listen to the weeping and nashing of teeth


I sold my D3 and then got the D800. In the hands of the right person it may of made a difference. In mine it was a waste of time.! At least I sold it before the bottom dropped out of the price on it. The price is already really low on a used D7000- I hope it does not go down more because of this new camera. My wifes is a great camera and it is not going anywhere.



MDoc9523
Registered: Aug 13, 2006
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rankamateur wrote:
MDoc9523 wrote:
rankamateur wrote:
CGrindahl wrote:
MDoc9523 wrote:
leighton w wrote:
Sounds like a great camera on paper. My only real concern would be packing that many more MP's on that size sensor.

They said the same thing about the D800


I recall reading that the pixel density of the D800 is very close to the density of the D7000. With this increase, the D7100 density will be substantially higher. Yes, we learned that increasing pixel density is not guaranteed to reduce low light performance or create other anomalies but we'll need to see how this camera performs to know for certain. I understand, of course, why this camera would appeal to you Ray. Your work with the D7000 is outstanding and you've described some very attractive improvements in the new release. I hope it performs as expected and that you find the means to get one for yourself. I'm guessing the market for a used D7000 just took a hit, which doesn't work for you but might spur Peter to take the plunge...

I'm still waiting for a D700 replacement...


Once you go FX ye shall never go back!!! But seriously we all know what is coming. Hey I got my new D7100 and it is way better than a D800 or a D4 yada yada yada yada. Just exactly what does anyone on this thread need with 51 autofocus points. I don't need any. In fact I wish I would have kept my D3.


You sold a D3? Why?
I love going to the Canon forum to listen to the weeping and nashing of teeth


I sold my D3 and then got the D800. In the hands of the right person it may of made a difference. In mine it was a waste of time.! At least I sold it before the bottom dropped out of the price on it. The price is already really low on a used D7000- I hope it does not go down more because of this new camera. My wifes is a great camera and it is not going anywhere.

It will only go as low as people are willing to sell. For less I would just keep it.
You do great work with that D800 so maybe it was worth it



MDoc9523
Registered: Aug 13, 2006
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Here are a couple more Eagles shots with the 300mm 4.5 EDIF





kwoodard
Registered: Aug 04, 2012
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MDoc9523 wrote:
Here are a couple more Eagles shots with the 300mm 4.5 EDIF



OK, catch lights in EAGLE EYES?! Good God man...



MDoc9523
Registered: Aug 13, 2006
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MarkdV wrote:
Some Doors especially to help Leighton pass the time as I believe he has stated he has a thing for them. These are the doors of Sanguinetto in Italy (near Verona).

1-4 are with the 55mm micro and the last is the 28mm series E.


Great shots and with a bad eye?






Foggy14
Registered: May 01, 2010
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Mark, great doors.

Ray, more wonderful eagle shots.

Here's a b&w conversion, taken with the 28mm 2.8, from one of my favorite local trails.



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