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D100 and Hyperfocal Distance

bobj

Sammamish, US
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"RE: D100 and Hyperfocal Distance"

bobj Silver Member Awarded for his multiple written contributions the the community Resources Charter Member
Tue 14-Jan-03 02:57 PM

>Bob,
>Sometimes I go to your site just to relax. Your work is
>killer bee.

Thanks David!

>When I read posts from D100 users that think the images are
>soft, I wonder whether it is a DOF issue.

Mainly it's because folks expect the D100 to act like an expensive point-and-shoot in auto everything mode whereas Nikon chose (wisely in my opinion) to minimize incamera sharpening, leaving the user to have to flexibility to sharpen post-capture in Photoshop.

>It isn't really a 75mm shot, it's a 1.5 blow up of a 50mm shot.

Now that *is* a nice way to think about the CoC and DOF issue!

Thanks,
Bob Johnson
Earthbound Light
Nature Photography from the Pacific Northwest and beyond
http://www.earthboundlight.com

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