D800 File Size There is a big discussion going on about the D800 file size. A 36MP camera does produce HUGE files. Last weekend, I had the opportunity to shoot a few photos and upload them to my two Macs: a 13inch 2011 MacAir (i5, 4GB RAM) and a 2011 iMac (i5, 8GB RAM). I use Aperture as the main tool in my workflow. Here is what I have learned so far. I am comparing my experience with the old D300s: Processing: The D800 file size is heavily influenced by the RAW settings in the camera. The difference between 14bit …
The D800 is truly awesome. This morning, I sat down to take a look at some the photos I took last night. Most of these were shot with higher ISOs. Take a look at the crops. The amount of detail in the photos is almost shocking. Click on the images to see the larger version.
There has been a huge debate about the Nikon D800 not being able to to handle high ISO. Well, I got my body a few days ago and I am pleasantly surprised. Last night, I used my 300mm lens to take a hand-held test shot. Here it is. ISO 12800. Pretty impressive. This is pretty much un-touched. Just the standard do-noise application in Aperture.
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