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Oct 23, 2017 22:43 |  #16

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Oct 28, 2017 01:36 |  #17

Nice !!!!!!


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Oct 28, 2017 17:48 |  #18

I am looking forward to changing from the D810 to D850, but as I found with the D810, the most important factor is good glass.


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Oct 30, 2017 18:04 |  #19

Curious question about the Focus Shift/Stacking feature. Would you maybe use it on razor thin focal planes for portrait work? Can you fire off 10 images at fast shutter speeds with each image focus shifted? You'd almost never "miss" focus, but the amount of images you'd have to cull would be crazy.


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Jun 25, 2018 07:03 as a reply to  @ post 18464276 |  #20

I suggest to see examples of photos on the site http://onfotolife.com (external link)
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