Introduction Second series with this combo is using the zooms at 600mm, main reason to buy such zooms. The Nikkor was again equipped with the TC-17II and set to 350mm which results in 600mm. The full pictures The camera was set to 100 ISO, it’s native ISO setting. All pictures taken with an aperture of f6.3 for the […]
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Month: March 2015
Introduction Another game to start. Recently purchased D7200 looks promising from the specs. I had the D7100 before and annoying thing was the 24MPix sensor together with the telezooms and the buffer 0f 6 pictures which is ridiculous for shooting wildlife. The D7200 offers up to 18 pictures buffer with 12-Bit colour depth. That does […]
Planned as a comparison of the Tamron 150-600 vs. the Sigma 150-600 with some users of a photo forum, it became obvious that not many would come over there. The weather turned out to be really bad for making a sensible test. However, some of the pictures taken there survived the wastebasket. In the afternoon of […]
Day before some forum users want to meet. When I arrived it was very foggy but after 2 hours, some sunshine came through. Two very short flights just to grab some pictures of the scenery.
Another early morning session at Cuxhaven landmark Kugelbake. Using the D4 with the Sigma 24-105 partially on Feisol Monopod.
Things have changed since I built my photo workflow. I recently purchased a Lexar Workflow hub device with 4 modules. This led me into revisiting the copy process from diverse cards on storage for further post processing (still using Lightroom for photos and has only changed slightly). Prerequisites Always annoyed that single cards had to […]
Recently bought a D4 and today was the right weather to quickly try it out using the Sigma 150-600 (partially with TC-1401). All mounted on Berlebach UNI-16 and Wimberley WH200. The common blackbird was shot with 3200 ISO. Impressive performance of the camera. Below shot was done using the TC-1401 converter resulting in 850mm focal […]