Nikon D850 - A Details Monster
It has been a tremendous 3 months of photography after I started using the Nikon D850. All my other Nikon Full Frame DSLRs have all taken a back seat when I am out and about busy photographing for my clients or for my own personal enjoyment.
This will be the last blog on the D850 for the year and in this blog I just wanted to share with you my personal experience with the huge & fine amount of details that the D850 captures irrespective of the Nikkor lenses that are in my arsenal.
I have mentioned numerous times that I found all my lenses performing better when paired with the D850. It really does not matter what time of day the image was captured, details captured are just :
- have better edge definition
- have better overall resolution
So here are a few images which I had captured very recently. I hope they show you clearly what I mean. Best to view the images in this blog using an iPad Air 2 in landscape format to appreciate the details or click on the image to access the FLICKR LIGHTBOX Version.
All of the images shared in this blog were :
- captured with the Nikkor 80-400mm f4.5/5.6 (with the exception of one)
- JPEG FINE* was used
- hand-held in most cases (unless otherwise mentioned)
All images went through my regular post processing workflow which included sharpening when & where required.
Wishing all my readers a very Happy 2018 !!!
ISO3200 , 80mm , f7.1 , 1/60s , Super Tree Grove
ISO6400 , 350mm , f5.6 , 1/160s , Super Tree Dining - Indochine
ISO6400 , 330mm , f5.6 , 1/40s , Super Trees
ISO6400 , 250mm , f5.6 , 1/30s , Super Trees at the Main Entrance
ISO6400 , 80mm , f7.1 , 1/30s , Prudential Marina Bay Carnival @The Promontory
ISO3200 , 250mm , f5.3 , 1/60s , Prudential Marina Bay Carnival @The Promontory
ISO32 , 16mm , f8.0 , Prudential Marina Bay Carnival , Tripod setup