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billD80 Silver Member Nikonian since 22nd Jan 2007Sat 16-Mar-13 01:29 PM
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"D7100 @ 3200ISO"
Sat 16-Mar-13 01:31 PM by billD80

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Here's a shot using the Sigma 50/1.4, wide open, at 3200, under fluorescent light, AUTO WB.


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dm1dave Administrator Awarded for high level knowledge and skills in various areas, most notably in Wildlife and Landscape Writer Ribbon awarded for his excellent article contributions to the Nikonians community Nikonian since 12th Sep 2006Sat 16-Mar-13 01:33 PM
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Looks good!

Not just noise wise but the Auto WB handled the fluorescent light well.

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JPJ Silver Member Nikonian since 20th Aug 2009Sat 16-Mar-13 01:38 PM
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Nice shot Bill, the Sigma 50 has such great bokeh, all you needed was a great foreground subject!

How are you finding the lack of AA filter is impacting out of camera sharpness, noticeable difference compared to the D7000?

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billD80 Silver Member Nikonian since 22nd Jan 2007Sat 16-Mar-13 02:01 PM
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Sat 16-Mar-13 02:02 PM by billD80

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>Nice shot Bill, the Sigma 50 has such great bokeh, all you
>needed was a great foreground subject!
>
>How are you finding the lack of AA filter is impacting out of
>camera sharpness, noticeable difference compared to the
>D7000?
>
>Jason

Honestly, I don't know... Here are the same shots, with crops, left at factory sharpening setting, that I believe is '3'... Then PP in Capture NX2 with sharpening added (INTENSITY:100%; RADIUS:1; THRESHHOLD:0). My sense is the NEF's can stand added sharpening, without artifacts. What do you see?

ORIGINAL OUT OF CAMERA


NOW SHARPENED AS INDICATED


CROP


CROP AFTER SHARPENING

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JPJ Silver Member Nikonian since 20th Aug 2009Sat 16-Mar-13 08:11 PM
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Bill,

The out of camera NEFs definitely look sharper than my D7000 ones did. The lack of AA filter is evident to me. The sharpened ones definitely enhance the sharpness but they look pretty darn good right out of the camera.

Very reminiscent (not surprisingly of the d800e raw files).

Thanks!

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billD80 Silver Member Nikonian since 22nd Jan 2007Sat 16-Mar-13 08:24 PM
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>Bill,
>
>The out of camera NEFs definitely look sharper than my D7000
>ones did. The lack of AA filter is evident to me. The
>sharpened ones definitely enhance the sharpness but they look
>pretty darn good right out of the camera.
>
>Very reminiscent (not surprisingly of the d800e raw files).
>
>
>Thanks!
>
>Jason

You're welcome, Jason.

They do look awfully good at the factory setting... And seem to be able to stand tweaking in PP if that's desired.

The D7100 seems to be the real deal. What with work and stuff, I've only been able to snap off pretty mundane subject matter around the house (well, the Sheltie is special), but I think critical testing is going to show that the sensor and expeed processing is pretty damn good.

BTW, the AF is very, very fast, and definitive. Even my Sigma 150/2.8 macro snaps into focus.

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Temba Registered since 28th Sep 2008Sat 16-Mar-13 02:05 PM
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Sat 16-Mar-13 02:08 PM by Temba

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I know the DOF is shallow at 1.4 but but I can't see anywhere on the dog that is in proper focus. What was the shutter speed?
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