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billD80 Silver Member Nikonian since 22nd Jan 2007Thu 28-Mar-13 12:24 AM
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"D7100... beyond the specs"
Thu 28-Mar-13 12:28 AM by billD80

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This camera is a real blast. Just got the Nikon 85/1.8...
Couldn't be happier... the detail, even at 1.8 is great, then at 2.8, it's amazing. The color is exactly spot-on. Here are two, uncropped, RAW, via NX2 conversion to JPEG.

ISO320 @ f/1.8


ISO320 @ f/2.8

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JPJ Silver Member Nikonian since 20th Aug 2009Thu 28-Mar-13 12:52 AM
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Great portraits, I don't know how you get either subject to cooperate!

Love the 85 1.8, an absolute homerun by Nikon, that and the d7100 look like a cracking great combo.

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billD80 Silver Member Nikonian since 22nd Jan 2007Thu 28-Mar-13 12:59 AM
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>Great portraits, I don't know how you get either subject to
>cooperate!

On one, I had a dog-biscuit in hand...

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JPJ Silver Member Nikonian since 20th Aug 2009Thu 28-Mar-13 01:06 AM
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And in the other your credit card?

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billD80 Silver Member Nikonian since 22nd Jan 2007Thu 28-Mar-13 01:17 AM
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>And in the other your credit card?

Allowance...

Seriously, she's a good sport for dad's, "Can I get a picture, right now? Stand there, look here, you blinked, relax!!!"

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martinjp Registered since 02nd Mar 2013Thu 28-Mar-13 01:24 AM
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The color and detail on the Sheltie is amazing. Makes me miss mine. They are great dogs and so photogenic.

I was going to buy that lens when it came out, definitely on the list for next year.

  

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billD80 Silver Member Nikonian since 22nd Jan 2007Thu 28-Mar-13 01:34 AM
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>The color and detail on the Sheltie is amazing. Makes me
>miss mine. They are great dogs and so photogenic.
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>I was going to buy that lens when it came out, definitely on
>the list for next year.

The first time I took his picture was on a D200 and an SB600 flash. He was a puppy, and evacuated everything inside his little body before the shutter closed. I'm serious. Everything. Instantly.

I traded laterally from the Sigma 50/1.4 to the 85mm because I like the perspective on close-up portraits.

I will add that the Sheltie image, when seen at 100% is scary in the detail. Follicles are visible...

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martinjp Registered since 02nd Mar 2013Thu 28-Mar-13 02:19 AM
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>The first time I took his picture was on a D200 and an SB600
>flash. He was a puppy, and evacuated everything inside his
>little body before the shutter closed. I'm serious.
>Everything. Instantly.

Mine ate a pound of Godiva chocolates. She neatly unwrapped the ones in foil. Thank God she as in the basement and lived.

  

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