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Aug 20, 2015 09:10 |  #241

jsecordphoto wrote in post #17676218 (external link)
I never see any hot pixels with the 20-30" exposures, regardless of ISO. With the foreground exposures though, there are quite a few- but nowhere near as bad as the canon 6d I had, which looked like confetti cake when zoomed into 100%. I don't use long exposure noise reduction, but I do take a dark frame with my lens cap on that matches the longest exposure I took over the course of the night, and then use pixel fixer in post. I usually just take the dark frame as I'm packing up the rest of my gear to go home once I'm done shooting. Easier to do that than wait an extra 8 minutes or whatever each time I take a long exposure, especially if I'm doing things like focus stack my foreground exposures

Oh...now you see. I NEVER think of taking a dark frame. Is pixel fixer a download software program?


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Aug 20, 2015 11:44 |  #242

ptcanon3ti wrote in post #17676221 (external link)
Oh...now you see. I NEVER think of taking a dark frame. Is pixel fixer a download software program?

Yup, free download too.


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Aug 20, 2015 11:51 |  #243

jsecordphoto wrote in post #17676429 (external link)
Yup, free download too.

Figures...Not for Mac.


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Aug 22, 2015 10:43 |  #244

Anyone else think the bottom of the LCD should attach more securely to the camera? Seems a tiny bit loose when closed and can easily be opened inadvertently.




  
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Aug 22, 2015 12:11 |  #245

Raistlin wrote in post #17678636 (external link)
Anyone else think the bottom of the LCD should attach more securely to the camera? Seems a tiny bit loose when closed and can easily be opened inadvertently.

Mine doesn't fit that way. It's pretty snug. Sounds like you might need an adjustment on it.


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Aug 22, 2015 20:00 |  #246

ptcanon3ti wrote in post #17678714 (external link)
Mine doesn't fit that way. It's pretty snug. Sounds like you might need an adjustment on it.

It's not sticking out or anything, just seems too easy to lift bottom part of lcd. My old Canon clicked into place and had no give at all. I'm gonna have to check out another one somewhere. This tilting lcd is very similar to how Sony did it on older DSLRs like the a580.




  
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Aug 24, 2015 12:00 |  #247

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Aug 27, 2015 02:58 |  #248

Hi,
I'm new to the D750 Group; I had a Canon 70D but it was stolen with four lenses at the beginning of this month and, so I had to change. I took into account: Canon 6D, 5DIII and the Nikon D750 but also the Canon 7DII, but eventually I chose the D750.
As long as I've been using it I'm quite satisfied, especially at high ISO.
I'd like to ask a question just to make sure: on my Canon 70D there were more than one option as regards the raw files option and its size, on the contrary on the D750 there's only one option for raw (nef) without. By that I mean that I can't select high, mediamo ruote poor quality for raw files. The only thing I can do is selecting between "no compression" and "with little compression", is that right?
I have been reading the manual but I arrived only to page 120 and on Saturday my family and I will be leaving for a four's days trip to Legoland and Munich and I would like be sure about the matter above.
Thanks in advance,
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Aug 27, 2015 06:34 as a reply to  @ Fabercula's post |  #249

To my knowledge you have only one raw size.


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Aug 27, 2015 09:51 |  #250

Fabercula wrote in post #17684589 (external link)
Hi,
I'm new to the D750 Group; I had a Canon 70D but it was stolen with four lenses at the beginning of this month and, so I had to change. I took into account: Canon 6D, 5DIII and the Nikon D750 but also the Canon 7DII, but eventually I chose the D750.
As long as I've been using it I'm quite satisfied, especially at high ISO.
I'd like to ask a question just to make sure: on my Canon 70D there were more than one option as regards the raw files option and its size, on the contrary on the D750 there's only one option for raw (nef) without. By that I mean that I can't select high, mediamo ruote poor quality for raw files. The only thing I can do is selecting between "no compression" and "with little compression", is that right?
I have been reading the manual but I arrived only to page 120 and on Saturday my family and I will be leaving for a four's days trip to Legoland and Munich and I would like be sure about the matter above.
Thanks in advance,
Fabrizio


Type of NEF (RAW) Compression - This setting is to choose the level of compression of the file, either Lossless compressed or Compressed (see Figure 50 - left). The Lossless compressed setting will reduce the NEF (RAW) file size anywhere from 20-40% using a reversible method that does not affect image quality. If you desire smaller file sizes, the Compressed setting will perform a non-reversible compression resulting in 35-55% file size reduction. This will provide smaller files than Lossless compressed but Nikon claims the image quality reduction will be negligible. NEF (RAW) Bit Depth - You will also select an NEF (RAW) Bit Depth setting of either 12-bit or 14-bit (see Figure 50 - right). The 14-bit setting will capture more color information but will result in larger files. The image quality difference may be slight for many images, but the 14-bit setting will be beneficial for images containing areas of shadow, low-light images taken at high ISO settings, or for underexposed images that you wish to repair in post-processing.


Klostermann, Douglas (2014-10-27). Nikon D750 Experience - The Still Photography Guide to Operation and Image Creation with the Nikon D750 (Kindle Locations 894-895). Full Stop Media. Kindle Edition.


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Aug 27, 2015 17:41 |  #251

Fabercula wrote in post #17684589 (external link)
Hi,
I'm new to the D750 Group; I had a Canon 70D but it was stolen with four lenses at the beginning of this month and, so I had to change. I took into account: Canon 6D, 5DIII and the Nikon D750 but also the Canon 7DII, but eventually I chose the D750.
As long as I've been using it I'm quite satisfied, especially at high ISO.
I'd like to ask a question just to make sure: on my Canon 70D there were more than one option as regards the raw files option and its size, on the contrary on the D750 there's only one option for raw (nef) without. By that I mean that I can't select high, mediamo ruote poor quality for raw files. The only thing I can do is selecting between "no compression" and "with little compression", is that right?
I have been reading the manual but I arrived only to page 120 and on Saturday my family and I will be leaving for a four's days trip to Legoland and Munich and I would like be sure about the matter above.
Thanks in advance,
Fabrizio

You can select 14 bit or 12 bit for raw, that affects the size of the file.




  
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Aug 27, 2015 17:54 as a reply to  @ Raistlin's post |  #252

all true but to answer the question, there is no equivalent to Canon's mraw (reduced resolution)


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Aug 28, 2015 19:12 |  #253

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Aug 29, 2015 11:45 |  #254

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Absolutely grand. You photographed her in Georgia?


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