Does anyone have any experience with this device?
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Your suggestion makes sense. But I like to shoot with two bodies at the same time. The first, with battery grip + zoom lens F2.8 + flash + flash diffuser, and the second with fast prime lens. With full frame, I would have to carry 5 kg in the neck for several hours. I'm not an athletic body type, and would be quite uncomfortable. I also think women photographers who always end up using F4-5.6 lens because of the size and total weight.
Nikon jumped the consumer grade FF from twelve to thirty six in a bid to grap more market share of that sector.
Didn't Work? I've got the D800 and D800E and they work every day when I'm out in the field. For mostly price reasons I picked up the D7100 and I'm really impressed with the detailed sharpness with the lack of the AA filter and no moire. Since the D800 came out I've been buying all Nikon equipment and not Canon (sounds like the Nikon strategy worked on me).
Unfortunately for Nikon, you don't represent the majority fraction of the dSLR market...
Neuro - you are quite correct.
The thing to be concerned about is that the seller is a liar. That means that anything he said about the camera is suspect.
Return it for a refund. Chances are that it has other expensive issues that you will discover later. Leave feedback explaining the issue.
You may also check the new Singh Ray 10 Stop Mor-Slo ND Filter.
I'm currently using the Lee Big Stopper for LE work but I'm seriously looking into replacing my Lee Big Stopper with its Singh Ray counterpart.
Thanks for the link... the pictures inspire me to burn my copy of photoshop and has given me the confidence to shoot in manual focus with my glasses off...