EOSHD: Nikon D750 Review - initial thoughts and video footage.
“... I really miss my stabilised Canon lenses. The problem is for Canon lens owners like myself, aside from the very expensive 1D C, Canon are down across the range of DSLRs and mirrorless cameras for performance. They are now a distant 4th on video quality behind Sony, Panasonic and Nikon and a mediocre 3rd behind Sony and Nikon when it comes to stills quality on their APS-C and full frame sensors.” Damn.
365/2: 270. This should have gone up yesterday, but I was just too tired.
We are well and truly into autumn now.
Yes, I’m behind the 8-ball.
I’ll catch up with stuff here shortly. Post-Concorso, there’s just so much to get accomplished in a very short period of time. Links will increase in frequency gradually once I get the Award Winner images finalized.
5,747 images taken in the last three days.
There’ll be probably about 2000 polished keepers out of all that. Most of the extra chaff was in taking extra shots while in a moving vehicle. I definitely need to rethink my hard drive setup on the office system ... a RAID is called for.
365/2: 269. Jag, baby.
365/2: 268. This ‘face’ makes me laugh out loud every time I see it in Lightroom ...
365/2: 267. All ‘Tucker’-ed out for the evening.
Santa Fe Concorso weekend starts today for me.
I may even be late with my 365’s. At worst, I’ll catch up on Monday. Wish me luck! There’s a 40 percent chance of storms (with small hail) that could really bollix things up on Sunday.
365/2: 266 ... rainbow over Sangres.
365/2: 265. “Not a Bomb.”
EOSHD: Nikon D810 video quality leapfrogs Canon 5D Mark III.
“The D810 now shoots better quality 1080p out of the box than the 5D Mark III. It isn’t 4K or raw but it’s good. In fact Nikon are now providing better image quality than Canon across the range in video mode. Beginning with the D3300 and D5300 which provide a better APS-C image than the 7D Mark II with less moire, Nikon have taken the same improvement to image quality and applied it to the D800’s successor, the D810.” Ouch, Canon.
Trying the new 16-35 F/4 IS this year.
My brief tests show it’s damned sharp. Excited. The extra 2.8 of the non-IS version doesn’t buy you much in a wide angle.
Shooting Santa Fe Concorso again this year.
Checking over all my equipment - time will be at a premium. Links when I can.
365/2: 264. Limn.
Jump for Joy! Featuring Roland Tanglao ...
More from Roland’s shoot. Great stuff!
365/2: 263 ... BEAMS.
Saw these just off the end off the driveway. Sun through light rain.
365/2: 262. Cool and crisp up in the Sangres.
The aspens are turning in patches at the highest elevations (10k here).
365/2: 260. Car show on the Plaza tonight.
Still importing from the CF card. If I like some of the others, I’ll add ‘em here later.
Yeah, well ... day got away from me.
And supposedly there’s a car show on the Plaza. I have to go see. I’ll be back with pix later.
365/2: 259. Odile ain’t doing much yet.
‘Course when I dare Nature, she comes back and pounds me to death. We’ll see tomorrow.
Later: For Throwback Thursday, from the ‘80’s.
365/2: 258. How I know it’s autumn ...
Show Focus Points Plugin for Lightroom.
Italian Ways: Celestial Veneto.
365/2: 257. She’s mad at me.
I was trying to use a bounce card to throw some more light on her underside, and she tried to rip my finger off.
The Verge: Leica strips display from digital camera in 60th anniversary return to basics.
“The M Edition 60 is a special version of the M-P Type 240 digital rangefinder, but there’s a twist — the new model features no screen at all, forcing you to use it as if it were a film camera.” I want one. Nothing like hardware limitations to push your creative bounds. But for the price? Oucha-magoucha. Nope.