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rovinmoses Silver Member Nikonian since 18th Jan 2010Sat 11-Dec-10 03:44 AM
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"Happy Camper"


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D7000 arrived yesterday (only two month wait) so I went to the airport today for some first shots. Sharpness seems ok to me so far, especially the first Alaska shot at 1/200, iso 100 before I increased shutter speed. My trusty Nikkor 70-210 lens used for years with my n8008 seems to work perfectly with the D7000. Glad I waited instead of buying a D90. I shot jpeg, cropped, and let photoshop autolevel, then adjusted size.

Lots & lots to learn

Airplanes are doing roughly 140 knots after they rotate on takeoff!

First photos posted so I'm trying to figure out if I'm sending the right size.







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KnightPhoto Gold Member Nikonian since 18th Dec 2006Sat 11-Dec-10 06:19 PM
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Sat 11-Dec-10 06:21 PM by KnightPhoto

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Hi Jim,

Looks very promising!

You can make them up to 1200 or 1300 pixels wide or deep now on Nikonians so you can go a lot bigger as long as file size stays below 300Kb.

I'm really enjoying my D7K so far. Don't forget to post some more samples, like to see them.

Best regards, SteveK

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