Someone please go to Spa this weekend so I can drool over pics of F1 cars running flat-out through Eau Rouge
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Medium format file bit depths are generally much bigger than 135 format RAW files so they are much better at subtle tonality, they can literally accurately record thousands more tones of grey, also they don't have AA filters so detailed gradation is rendered much more accurately.
Indeed it could well be the AA filter that people are seeing on the crop cameras that is killing some of the subtle tonality of the image. Generally crop cameras have more severe AA filters than 135 format cameras and as their bit depth is the same it is the only substantive difference.
V8, you should borrow a D810 to see how you like the tonality of that, it should be the closest to the medium format in 135 format, though still not as good.
Seems like this issue affects all units in the initial production runs. Good job by Nikon to quickly acknowledge the issue and offer a fix.
Guess they learned something from the D600 oil/dust spot fiasco.
And V8 Beast, that’s the deal of the decade, if you wanna do the same for the Abu Dhabi GP let me know
Thanks! Would you believe I took the on my kitchen table? The Merc is a CMC 1/18 scale diecast model shot in a tent on black acrylic.
First time posting here, got a few from last year at Silverstone as the 2014 circus hasn't quite got round to the UK yet...
All from general spectator areas with a 5Diii shooting through the fence with 400mm f5.6 (sometimes with old sigma 1.4x) at the GP or following young driver test...
Sunday, enjoy the race
19 seasons with only 1 championship win with Merc engines isn’t a good statistic for a team like McLaren Graham, they do look strong at the moment but it's only race 1 of the season...........ohh yeah, and McLaren are winning the constructors championship at the moment