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  1. #21
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    Re: D4 is Mind Blowing!

    Quote Originally Posted by Corey @ Faymus Media View Post
    It's negligible if anything. If I wanted a smaller image like the D7000 I would shoot with my D7100. I chose the D800 for the big image.

    Defeats the purpose lets stay on track.

    We don't buy a mustang and rip the v8 out and put a v6 in it and make it silent so it doesn't disturb granny. What sense does this really make?

    None!
    Sorry Corey, have I gone and let the facts get in the way of your self proclaimed "expert" opinion. I only stated the approach used by numerous respected commentators regarding ISO comparison between cameras.

    I must admit I take the same approach as you and use my D70 for 6mp images, my D200 for 10mp, the D300 is great when 12mp is the order of the day and only when I absolutely need 36mp do I get the D800 out. Frankly I can't settle on one or two cameras either, but it looks impressive when I list them in responses.

    And just before you get the spanners out, it's perfectly acceptable to go to the shops in the V8 mustang without swapping engines.


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  2. #22
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    Re: D4 is Mind Blowing!

    But back on track about the D4. Another thing I love is that the viewfinder is further back (sticking out from body) so my face don't touch the screen lol

    Shooting 2 more weddings today with it and the D4 is pretty much the go to camera now. Love it.
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  3. #23
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    Re: D4 is Mind Blowing!

    Unfortunately I didn't get to play around much with the last d4 I got my hands on (CES/PMA 2012), but it was just crazy fast at being able to pick it up, focus, and shoot an incredible amount of pics.

    btw, can you even buy one for under $6k? I see online stores have them in stock, but pretty much at list price. Although Amazon does throw in a free battery and 16gb XQD card/reader which are $312 alone.
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  4. #24
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    Re: D4 is Mind Blowing!

    Quote Originally Posted by jdeg View Post
    Unfortunately I didn't get to play around much with the last d4 I got my hands on (CES/PMA 2012), but it was just crazy fast at being able to pick it up, focus, and shoot an incredible amount of pics.

    btw, can you even buy one for under $6k? I see online stores have them in stock, but pretty much at list price. Although Amazon does throw in a free battery and 16gb XQD card/reader which are $312 alone.
    I owned a D7000 for a few weeks before upgrading to a D7100 and the D7000 is 16mp just like the d4. I was expecting similar image quality as far as resolution.....nope. The D4 has better colors and details than the D7000.

    It also has a better screen than the D800 also. The screen on the D7100 is slightly better in some ways tho.

    All in all. The D4 just became king for my wedding shoots.
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    Re: D4 is Mind Blowing!

    D4 is Mind Blowing!
    D4 is Mind Blowing!-imageuploadedbytapatalk-21369510327.904846.jpg

    This is the beast!
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    Re: D4 is Mind Blowing!

    Quote Originally Posted by Corey @ Faymus Media View Post
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    This is the beast!
    ​What's your camera doing in a bar so early?
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  7. #27
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    Re: D4 is Mind Blowing!

    its 5 o'clock somewhere Marcel
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    Re: D4 is Mind Blowing!

    D4 is Mind Blowing!
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    its 5 o'clock somewhere Marcel
    Lmao yup I'm actually working a wedding party.

    Here is the pair. D7100 has been benched for the game. Lol

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  9. #29
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    D4 is Mind Blowing!

    So today I am shooting a Hindu engagement and the pressure is on to get the critical shots for the rituals! With the D4 I have no worries.

    This beast churned out perfect shots like a leaf blower!!

    Edit: forgot to add that the D4 is the most uncomfortable dslr while shooting vertical. It's horrible and hurts my hands. Does this make me not like the camera? Nope, still an amazing machine! The D7100 is the most comfortable dslr I have ever used for vertical shooting.
    Last edited by Corey @ Faymus Media; 05-27-2013 at 06:35 PM.
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  10. #30
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    Re: D4 is Mind Blowing!

    Sweet, you now have the Big Kahuna! Good luck with your upcoming gigs.
    Who dares, wins.

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