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The resolving power of D800e.....

InsaneO

Encino, US
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InsaneO Registered since 09th May 2012
Thu 05-Jul-12 06:49 AM

First shot is reduced. It was converted from RAW with all sharpening set at Zero in converter. The others are 100% crops. The last one was sharpened a little. Was taken with Sigma 50-500mm OS 380mm at F9. Even at F9 DOF is razor thin. I don't think any camera is capable displaying resolution of the eye as this camera can.

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Hawk Eyes

US
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#1. "RE: The resolving power of D800e....." | In response to Reply # 0

Hawk Eyes Registered since 09th Jun 2012
Thu 05-Jul-12 09:04 AM | edited Thu 05-Jul-12 09:07 AM by Hawk Eyes

Nice, I know it is just a great camera. I feel very lucky I got my hands on a D800E. I have said this before. I will post some published shots and a cover for a magazine that I just got next week. I am Very happy with what I can Achieve with the D800E.

Ferguson

Cape Coral, US
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#2. "RE: The resolving power of D800e....." | In response to Reply # 0

Ferguson Silver Member Fellow Ribbon awarded for the generous sharing of his high level expertise in the spirit of Nikonians Nikonian since 19th Aug 2004
Thu 05-Jul-12 01:23 PM | edited Thu 05-Jul-12 01:23 PM by Ferguson

I think clearly you have a defective one, with poor focus. You should throw it away. Or, since I am a nice guy, I would give it a good home and let it keep my similarly defective D800 company.



Very nice. Maybe 1" depth of field there?


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InsaneO

Encino, US
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#3. "RE: The resolving power of D800e....." | In response to Reply # 2

InsaneO Registered since 09th May 2012
Thu 05-Jul-12 02:19 PM

For some reason I can't see what the distance was so I can't calculate DOF. But it looks like DOF was more like 1/4 of the inch.

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