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Poll: D800 Acquisition Poll (24 member(s) have cast votes)

What is your status on the acquisition of a D800:

  1. I currently own one (4 votes [16.67%] - View)

    Percentage of vote: 16.67%

  2. I currently plan to buy one in the next 6 months (3 votes [12.50%] - View)

    Percentage of vote: 12.50%

  3. I would like to own one and may get a D800 used at some point (3 votes [12.50%] - View)

    Percentage of vote: 12.50%

  4. I have no intentions of buying one right now (14 votes [58.33%] - View)

    Percentage of vote: 58.33%

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#1 Art

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Posted 06 August 2012 - 08:46 PM

Always wanted to try this, so this is my first poll. I am curious to see how many members own a D800 or plan to get one or not. Thanks in advance for participating and for sharing your thoughts.

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Posted 07 August 2012 - 04:23 AM

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I voted and six months is the approx purchase time. I still have several things ahead of the Dynomite 800er b4 it becomes a part of PJ's super camera team.

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Posted 07 August 2012 - 08:45 AM

Me--about this time next year--still loving the D700. I do look forward to getting a D800e. I am now in the process of saving up for at least half of the asking price.
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Posted 07 August 2012 - 08:53 AM

I was planing on a D700 being my last body, but I had to settle on the D4 as the last body. B)

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Posted 07 August 2012 - 09:39 AM

A tad too rich for my blood at this point. Plus, after reading Fotofill's comments on the D7000, I'd rather stay with DX and get the action performance of the D7000 as I shoot a fair amount of action. Don
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Posted 07 August 2012 - 10:25 AM

Nope.....Ken Rockwell says the D50 is better. :lol:
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Posted 07 August 2012 - 11:36 AM

I'm still extremely happy with my D300 and therefore do not see myself upgrading in the foreseable future. :)

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Posted 07 August 2012 - 01:41 PM

Short of a lottery win there is pretty much no way I will be investing in a D800 anytime soon. I am pretty entrenched in the DX format and actually I'm really happy with my output at the moment. My humble D5000 does me well! In a sadistic way I kinda like the limitations that lower end bodies have. Being able to pump ISO to the point where large apertures/ slow shutters are not neccessary would take some of the magic out of it for me I think. That said, if somebody gave me a D800 tomorrow then I'm sure I would have alot of fun with it!
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Posted 07 August 2012 - 02:07 PM

I'm still extremely happy with my D300 and therefore do not see myself upgrading in the foreseable future.

:)


:D To be honest I feel the same way.....but...but..:unsure:

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Posted 07 August 2012 - 11:52 PM

The D700 does everything I need and more. I do not really want to deal with such large files but the D800 is one fantastic machine. If I was to upgrade and money was an issue(as it is in reality) the D3s would be my first choice and if money was no object the D4 is tops. But I do more sports and low light photography so the D3s being an upgrad to the D700 in speed and about one to one and half stops better for high ISO performance is really more realistic especially since used prices are falling so I am trying to plan a 7 to 8 month saving plan to buy one. Jim

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Posted 08 August 2012 - 05:01 AM

Hmmmmm, D3..Hmmmmm Posted Image

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Posted 08 August 2012 - 06:01 AM

Hmmmmm, D3..Hmmmmm Posted Image


Worth thinking about... PJ!

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Posted 08 August 2012 - 07:14 AM

Hi Art, I just need longer arms or longer glass, 500 f4 is the current dream Regards, Gary

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Posted 08 August 2012 - 08:53 AM

Worth thinking about... PJ!

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Right u are. Ideally it would be Dynomite D800 for my Fasnet, People and Band photoshoots. The Deadly and Dynamite D3 for soccer and high school football shoots.Posted Image
Posted ImagePosted Image Will be constantly thinking until the rest of the "Must Buy First List" is done. But remember, Da 50 will never leave..No Way, No Chance.Posted Image

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Posted 08 August 2012 - 12:44 PM

If you haven't already guessed then I'll reaffirm the fact that I don't like the D800. Frankly I thing the pixel count is not only pointless but actually detrimental to the overal quality that could have been achieved if Nikon were sensible (like Canon have been with the 5D MkIII) and kept it in the low to mid twenties. Think about it: How many people need 36 million pixels? I mean actually need them - not so they can just get all doey eyed at being able to hit the 100% button.How many people would benefit from a greater range of useable ISO's?How many people would benefit from greater speed?How many would prefer colours that held across an extended ISO range without them being squandered in a desperate attempt to sort out noise? The latter three are likely greater on the own and definitely greater as a sum. Now ask how many people can afford a D4 because that is the camera that people actually need and want but it has a barmy price tag. Nikon should have followed the path set by the D3/D700 and kept the sensors the same - or at the very least close - and let those who can't justify a mad price tag still get the image performance.

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Posted 09 August 2012 - 09:25 PM

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Think about it:
How many people need 36 million pixels? I mean actually need them - not so they can just get all doey eyed at being able to hit the 100% button.How many people would benefit from a greater range of useable ISO's?How many people would benefit from greater speed? How many would prefer colours that held across an extended ISO range without them being squandered in a desperate attempt to sort out noise?

The latter three are likely greater on the own and definitely greater as a sum. Now ask how many people can afford a D4 because that is the camera that people actually need and want but it has a barmy price tag. Nikon should have followed the path set by the D3/D700 and kept the sensors the same - or at the very least close - and let those who can't justify a mad price tag still get the image performance.


Please Note: I purposely left the image big to show IQ. Hope it is not too much of a bother.

Robin,

I agree with some of what you have said.

The price of the D4 took it right out of contention for me. It was never a possible consideration because it is simply out of reach and justifying the expense wasn't there. There are many features on the D4 I much prefer.

In regards to the 36m pixels, I don't need it, but I like the image quality. I really like the extended cropping ability it gives you to save a mediocre picture into something you want to print! I have attached a series of samples below on one image I took just to show you what detail you can get from a photo. Cropping is a dream! If you happen to catch a full frame image that is nicely composed, look out, the resolution is stunning.

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The samples below go from 150% down to 25% just to show you the details of the resolution power of the D800. I could never do this, to this extent, with the D90.

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The down side is, it is eating up my storage capacity faster than a school of Pirranha can dilacerate a cow! In regards to ISO, I have yet to find a need for anything higher than 1250 ISO. I shot an image at ISO 2000, just to try it but again, I am hard pressed to find a need. Especially, with a nice built in flash and the SB-910 I have. Now, this is me, I am sure there is a need or the camera companies would push ISO to the high levels of the pro models.

Noise? See the image below, it is at about 40% crop. I have posted it before. I don't find it that bad.

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This is the image at 100%. Basically, a boring, poorly exposed and poorly composed image. I was happy to get the crop from it!

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Overall, the camera is feature rich and well thought out (at least I think it is coming from the D90). I have never been happier with a new "toy". The only thing I can honestly say sucks about the D800 is the fact you can only get 4 fps on it under optimal conditions. This is piss-poor in my opinion for a $3K camera. Nikon pooched on this one. To add insult to injury, you have to spend another $600 to get an extra frame out of it. No thanks. This is the only thing I find disappointing in the D800.

The hi-res video feature is something. I have not used it yet, but it rounds out the total package. I actually look forward to trying it when I get over the "OH, this is too good an image to switch to video" problem I have! :)

I contend, at the $3K price range, this camera is the Multi-Media Dream Machine.

Shot this in the rain today, standing under an umbrella, as I was determined to go out and get some images in spite of the weather! 60% crop! 400ISO

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Posted 10 August 2012 - 01:08 AM

Wow, wow, wow! Excellente!!! Art, that "Multi-Media Dream Machine" of yours, is doing you justice... I can imagine the static photo vs video thing and that's why I've never been (and still not) in favour of video on a dSLR. Perhaps I'm too conservative but I see them as two totally different activities! Enjoy! :)

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Posted 10 August 2012 - 01:53 AM

Thanks, Herman. I am still sitting on the fence on the video. I am simply pumped to try it in 1080p just to see what the heck it can do. But, I have been out a number of times now and each time, I have said to myself.... switch to video, but I didn't want to miss snapping a photo. The most dramatic video would be of the Egret flying, but I am also more enthralled with trying to take a bird in flight! The conflict is huge and I have yet to do a video. We plan on doing an African Wild Safari (not in Africa, but an entertainment park with African animals in the "wild" so to speak. You drive in and leave your car at your own risk!!! :lol: , the animals are all free on the "preserve, if you can call it that.) next week. May try the video then. Not sure. I will post what I do manage to get.

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Posted 14 August 2012 - 12:27 AM

Great sample images of the D800 Art.

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Posted 14 August 2012 - 12:54 AM

Wow Art. Your photos almost make me wish that I had bought the D800 when my name came up on the waiting list that I was on. :)
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Posted 14 August 2012 - 02:49 PM

While I really like the idea of gradually upgrading from DX to FX, the D800 is too much camera for my needs. I'll see what the D600 looks like; barring that wait to see if D400 rumours ever pan out. BTW, those who are thinking about a D300 or D700 may be waiting for awhile. My LCS says that D700's are no longer available in Canada, and that D300's are only by special order. Further, the pickings on Craig's List were pretty slim.
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Posted 14 August 2012 - 07:22 PM

I would eventually like to get one, but am currently quite happy with my D7K. Cliff
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Posted 14 August 2012 - 07:42 PM

After reading about that giant Burmese Python in the Everglades National Park, I placed a bazooka ahead of the Dynomite D800 for our trip there next year..Posted Image

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