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Oct 19, 2016 19:10 |  #511

I guess I just like the color and color combination that the developer chose. With the star it almost looks like a gas station instead of an eating place.

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Well, we are having a bad season so #1 is not an option. Now hiring should be for the football program.

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Oct 30, 2016 00:17 |  #512

SB-900 bounced off the curved ceiling in the school cafeteria (that specific building is two stories tall so not even hazarding a guess as to the height) but I must say I was impressed how solid the pictures were with a combo of D750, SB900 and some very minor editing in LR6! I mean, I knew the SB900 could pack a punch but when I waded into the mass of students to take these shots I was NOT expecting such decent results :) (Last picture provided obviously sans flash to show relative lighting, I actually bumped the exposure a small bit in post to show detail better, the dance area was a slight bit darker than the photo represents). Also note, I am 5'7" so blind shooting these pictures from above my head (live view was too slow for my taste) since most of these students were as tall or taller than I lol


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Oct 30, 2016 00:18 |  #513

Some more pictures!


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Oct 30, 2016 00:20 |  #514

And last set! As always, I was VERY happy with how easily pliable the files at high ISO are from the D750 (I cap them at 12800 ISO and the last shot of the DJ was at exactly that), I mean I remember when I started on crop bodies and anything above ISO 3200 made me squeamish! Now I almost treat anything below 8000 ISO as if it was base ISO :)


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Nov 03, 2016 19:21 |  #515

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Nov 05, 2016 08:29 |  #516

Hey what's up folks? I've been using a d750 at work lately, things are going well but I want to start remote shooting over wifi.

Anyone use the 750 wifi with an iPhone? I've done some reading and it seems pretty straight forward. Just looking for live view on the phone, aperture and SS control in manual.

I can't really devote a lot of time to getting it set up, so wondering if there is anything to look out for on the front end? Using an iPhone 5, if that matters.

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Nov 05, 2016 10:27 |  #517

I've only used it a few times. No issues here. Straight forward I would consider.


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Nov 06, 2016 20:09 |  #518

Found this birds nest, used and abused, waiting until next Spring.


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Nov 07, 2016 19:08 |  #519

Left Handed Brisket wrote in post #18176428 (external link)
Hey what's up folks? I've been using a d750 at work lately, things are going well but I want to start remote shooting over wifi.

Anyone use the 750 wifi with an iPhone? I've done some reading and it seems pretty straight forward. Just looking for live view on the phone, aperture and SS control in manual.

I can't really devote a lot of time to getting it set up, so wondering if there is anything to look out for on the front end? Using an iPhone 5, if that matters.

TIA

Hey LHB, you can download the "WMU nikon" app to your phone from here:
https://itunes.apple.c​om …-utility/id554157010?mt​=8 (external link)

You can then start the camera wifi hotspot from within the camera menu (in the Setup menu/wifi )and then log on to the camera within the settings in your phone then open the WMU nikon app on the phone and then either upload pics from the camera or take pictures using the same app.


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Nov 09, 2016 14:21 |  #520

early morning coffee at Starbucks heavily cropped and shot at f/2 so not a whole lot in focus. Shot from the parking lot through a car window as well as the Starbuck window:

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Focus is on large writing at the top of menus

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early morning bright colors

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Nov 10, 2016 09:20 as a reply to  @ russ49's post |  #521

Set up was super simple, I followed a few steps on amateur photographer.co.uk to insure it was a secure connection.

But man, I'm a little surprised that there are no ISO, SS and aperture controls. Not that it won't still come in handy, but I guess I'm a little spoiled with my 6D.


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Nov 10, 2016 10:16 as a reply to  @ Left Handed Brisket's post |  #522

I've maybe used it once to take a picture but use the wifi all the time for downloading pics to my and others phones.My son in law has the 6D and he uses the wifi mostly for phone transfer of pictures.


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Nov 10, 2016 10:31 |  #523

I don't have my camera on me to test, but I thought I was at least able to control aperture on there? Maybe I am miss-remembering it.

I usually just use mine to transfer photos to my phone for posting quickly on social media. Works well, although now my new iPhone 7+ takes fantastic images, so unless I am shooting long or sports I'll just use my phone to snap the photo and post.


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Nov 10, 2016 12:02 |  #524

Admittedly I didn't read the directions. I hooked it up, and poked around the app, then took a look at the Nikon product page. It said nothing about controlling the camera with anything other than "taking pictures". Same with a few random google hits. Then I came straight here, the best place on the planet for those who don't RTFM.

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Nov 10, 2016 17:28 |  #525

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