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Some tightly cropped shots with the D600

jpFoto

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"RE: What lens, ISO, aperture, shutter?"

jpFoto Registered since 25th Jun 2010
Wed 24-Oct-12 12:53 PM | edited Wed 24-Oct-12 06:43 PM by jpFoto

>What lens, ISO, aperture, shutter?
Data?


I left all of the EXIF data with the images, but all were taken with the Nikkor 14-24, at 1/160 and f7.1. The ISO was between 100-125 for all except the blue dashboard shot which was ISO 1600 and the steering wheel shot which was ISO 500.

Edit: The information above is partially incorrect. I must have been looking at some of the other shots of the same subjects when I posted it.

The correct info is:

Red Car: 14-24 @ 24mm - 1/500 at f/7.1 - ISO 100
Swat Vehicle: 14-24 @ 14mm - 1/160 at f/4 - ISO 125
Dashboard: 14-24 @ 24mm - 1/160 at f/7.1 - ISO 1600
Building: 28-105 @ 28mm - 1/160 at f/7.1 - ISO 125
Steering Wheel: 14-24 @ 14mm - 1/160 at f/7.1 - ISO 500
Me and the Mrs.: 14-24 @ 24mm - 1/160 at f/7.1 - ISO 110

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