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  1. I use a Nikon D800 with two batteries. One of batteries now reached 3 in Battery Age (0-4), so any day it will become 4 and I will need a replacement. No camera shops seem to stock these batteries any more and I am reluctant to buy the replacement from either eBay or Amazon. Then I came across DuracellDirect.co.uk where they sell Duracell DRNEL15 replacement for Nikon EN EL15. My question is Has anyone ever used this Duracell replacement battery before (for any DSLRs)? Duracell replacement is 7.4V 1600 mAh whereas Nikon EN EL15 is 7.0V 1900mAh. Does this difference matter? Any experience or advice would be much appreciated. Many thanks Sung
  2. A review of the Nikon D850 focused on time lapses and hyper lapseshttps://youtu.be/o1Sswa8ds7g
  3. Hello, I was looking at buying a 170-500mm sigma lens that is for canon. I looked at some of the converters and wondered if you could still autofocus and if any quality is lost. Thanks, Jacob Y.
  4. I've been using a D3300 for news photography for a while and been extremely happy with the results. Yesterday, however, it started to produce double or ghost images. I've tried different lenses, with or without VR and single / multiple exposures and it seems to appear randomly on over 50% of the images. Here is link to one - it is the third in a series taken with rapid mutliple exposures. The one before was not quite as bad and the next one was fine. Any ideas what's going on? It must be the camera, not the lens. Thanks in advance http://pjrfoto.com/PRIVATE.htm
  5. Is anybody using the Nikon 35mm 1.8 DX AF-S? I've recently bought one and it shows a lot of CA where my 16-85 DX doesn't. Most images need CA correction using the advanced tools in LR rather than the Lens Profile dealing with it automatically. My 50mm 1.8 DX didn't suffer from it at all. It's too time consuming to fix it in post when my other lens can do the job better. Have I got a bad copy or is this a common issue with this lens? Thanks
  6. I am looking at purchasing a Nikon D810 for landscape photography, can any current users of this camera recommend a suitable lens to go with the D810, keeping in mind that it is mainly for landscape photography, i have heard that the 14 to 24 is a great lens is it? or is there a better lens? Thank's to all. Paul.
  7. I am currently using a Nikon 24-70mm f/2.8 with my D800 and very happy with the quality the lens produces, except the weight (I can live with it at the moment) and the edge softness at 24mm end (at 100%). I've been contemplating to get perhaps a secondhand 24mm f/2.8 AFD. However Ken Rockwell's comment 'It (24mm f/2.8 AFD is as sharp as the 24-70mm f2.8 AFS at 24mm' stops me from going ahead as I don't want waste if it is the case. I would like to hear 1st hand in real world experience from you who use/used both lenses. I don't want to purchase a 24mm f/1.4 because of its price. Of course the softness at 100% viewing (24-70 at 24mm) is not noticeable when you view the image at print size. I would like to ask printing experts amongst you from which print size this edge softness (at 24mm of 24-70mm) becomes an issue? I don't print any images myself but previously I used a pro lab for all my prints. Recently I started upload my images to FAA, and with the files from D800, it says it can print unto 72 inches (longest side) which must be at approx @100dpi. I know the viewing distance increases as the print size gets bigger, but is it really good to offer this size (let's assume image IQ is good)? The late Bruce Fraser once said 'In the case of photogs, the ideal viewing distance limited only by the length of the photog's nose.' But I think to some extent it applies to general public too when they view prints. Thanks Sung
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