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mkaplan

Kitchener, CA
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"RE: Crunch time"

mkaplan Gold Member Nikonian since 04th Apr 2012
Tue 22-Jan-13 07:59 PM

Hi
I love the D800 for sports. Yes, doesn't have 10 FPS but I have found that 4 is good enough for what I shoot. I usually only shoot 1 or 2 frames at time anyway. I try to perfect my timing to catch things (still practicing).
These links may not show you exactly what you want but thought they may help.
These are of my friends son's hockey game. These were all shot through glass with my new 70-200 F4 Nikkor lens (very nice and sharp BTW).
I shot Manual 1/320th wide open @f4 Auto ISO. Most were between 1250 and 1800 ISO but I picked a few of the higher ones. Nothing was done to these but some levels, sharpening and resized. No NR.




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