Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 200-500mm f/5.6E ED VR Official Sample Photos
August 9, 2015
This is the second set of photos from Nikon. Pick 2 this time to check out their 100% cropped.
Love the greens! This is already my wallpaper on my Macbook, looking stunning and sharp at the edge too. Check out the multiple cropped I have done below, you may just like it as I do.
Photos are sharpen on a standard mode for screen viewing.
Love these samples especially the portrait ones – demonstrating D750’s power when paired with 35mm F1.8G
This is the official sample photos from Nikon, as usual, cropped into 100% for better viewing.
Patience on its loading time.
A good catch using one of my favourite wide-angle lens the AF-S NIKKOR 14-24mm f/2.8G ED. I was at actually expecting some sports footage, but this will do – for now.
Announced early September, having a new Full Frame 24 Megapixel which Nikon claims that the image quality is even better then the D810, the D750 sides between D810 and D610, replacing the old D700, at least this is how I personally see it.
With its 36MP sensor, there is no doubt about the ability of this machine capturing magnificent details especially in portrait photography. I truly admire the detailed 100% cropped of the model’s eyes, lips and even hair! This looks just amazing!
Nikon announced the Nikon 810, its D800 and D800e replacement earlier today. Embedded with an EXPEED 4 image processor and a 36MP sensor with no optical low-pass filter, this looks like a really cool machine for underwater. Not to mentioned its ability to lower its ISO setting to ISO 64 where brilliant noise free images is expected.
Here’s one of the first D810 underwater images taken with 100% cropped.
Image was taken with Ai AF Fisheye-Nikkor 16mm f/2.8D as 14-bit RAW then converted to and resize to JPEG. 100% cropped also included.
I am really looking forward for more underwater sample photos taken by Nikon D810, this is definitely in my watch list for my next underwater camera hunt.
What’s your thought?
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