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Jan 13, 2016 18:43 |  #6826

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Jan 13, 2016 19:21 |  #6827

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Jan 13, 2016 19:36 |  #6828

DAAAAAAAAWWW THE CUTE!!! IT HITS ME IN THE FEELS! :-P


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Jan 20, 2016 15:10 |  #6829

I just moved over to the Nikon D810 from the Canon 6D and I am blown away by the difference in DR! I know that isn't a fair comparison of cameras, but the sensors really do make a difference. I love Canon lenses, but Canon camera bodies to me just can't compare for what I like to shoot. I struggle with the button layout on Nikon for sure, but I am getting there. Both are fabulous systems, but I am not sorry that I made the jump so far. Here is a quick example that would have taken me several shots to achieve on my 6D and only needed 1 shot on the D810. I know that this is not to everyone's taste (HDR), but I did it to test the capabilities not for artistic approval. I am glad to see the incredible photography on here and hope to get even more out of my camera as I learn more about it.

Nikon D810 with Nikon 14-24mm 2.8 lens. Unprocessed RAW in LR.


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Nikon D810 with Nikon 14-24mm 2.8 lens. Few LR adjustments-> DXO Optics Pro for lens corrections -> Aurora HDR Pro. Total time about 3 minutes.


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Jan 20, 2016 15:44 |  #6830

Here is another example where I intentionally underexposed again just to see how the D810 could handle the noise and DR capability. I could never have got this result with my Canon 6D in less than 1 minute in LR by just moving a few global sliders and doing the lens correction. If I took a few minutes in DXO Optics Pro I could really make it better.


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I am very happy with this camera and the lenses I purchased so far. I would love to find a good filter solution for the Nikon 14-24mm for ND and CPL. I have looked at Lee, NISI and Haida, but not sure which way to go yet?



  
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Jan 20, 2016 19:38 |  #6831

Congrats and welcome to the dark side :) Yes you can really pull a lot of details out from the shadows on the d810. A wonderful camera!


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Jan 20, 2016 20:06 |  #6832

asenna wrote in post #17866100 (external link)
I just moved over to the Nikon D810 from the Canon 6D and I am blown away by the difference in DR! I know that isn't a fair comparison of cameras, but the sensors really do make a difference. I love Canon lenses, but Canon camera bodies to me just can't compare for what I like to shoot. I struggle with the button layout on Nikon for sure, but I am getting there. Both are fabulous systems, but I am not sorry that I made the jump so far. Here is a quick example that would have taken me several shots to achieve on my 6D and only needed 1 shot on the D810.......


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Congratulations! Your reasoning is exactly why I switched to Nikon.


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Jan 21, 2016 12:55 |  #6833

Congrats on the new gear.

While I feel the first HDR is over the top, the second example is very good to my eyes, if maybe a bit bright.

asenna wrote in post #17866100 (external link)
I just moved over to the Nikon D810 from the Canon 6D and I am blown away by the difference in DR! I know that isn't a fair comparison of cameras, but the sensors really do make a difference. I love Canon lenses, but Canon camera bodies to me just can't compare for what I like to shoot. I struggle with the button layout on Nikon for sure, but I am getting there. Both are fabulous systems, but I am not sorry that I made the jump so far. Here is a quick example that would have taken me several shots to achieve on my 6D and only needed 1 shot on the D810. I know that this is not to everyone's taste (HDR), but I did it to test the capabilities not for artistic approval. I am glad to see the incredible photography on here and hope to get even more out of my camera as I learn more about it.

Nikon D810 with Nikon 14-24mm 2.8 lens. Unprocessed RAW in LR.

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Jan 21, 2016 14:57 as a reply to  @ smythie's post |  #6834

Thanks! I was just pushing the files pretty far to see how they would hold up. I agree the HDR is too much and the 2nd is fairly bright. It was really more of a quick test than going for taste. With that much headroom it lets you do a lot of creative things that aren't always so easy with other sensors IMHO.

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Jan 22, 2016 21:26 |  #6835

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Jan 23, 2016 05:01 |  #6836

Love it!


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Jan 23, 2016 13:12 |  #6837

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Jan 23, 2016 14:57 |  #6838

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Jan 23, 2016 20:58 |  #6839

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Jan 23, 2016 20:59 |  #6840

Havnt been in here a while :D How is everyone?

I might be about to pull the trigger on a D600...


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