Thank you Stephan, really appreciate your help!
stephan;4692 wrote: you can search the net for DOF calculators that take in account the sensor size and make the calculation for each lens. Unfortunately, the S-sensor is rarely covered, so this search is not easy. There are more calculators – apps, so probably the search there will…
Pete Walentin;4664 wrote: This looks pretty amazing. Color rendition, detail, Microcontrast… I am impressed. How much PP have you done on this one?
Thank you, its a fun camera. On this photo; LR5
Cropped out the ceiling lights of the showroom
Lens set to 28mm F4.0 1/160 ISO 400
Moved black point -11
Ok I'm a novice but with Marc's recommendation I've jumped into the Strobe and SF58 fill light work. This is a barrel cactus in my front yard this morning. The sun is behind it so this side was in shadow so much no detail was present. Using Marc's recommendation on equipment and procedure I produced these photos.
Jack MacD;4426 wrote: I suspect that Josh at Dale shoots cars more than any other subject.
So I thought he would get a kick out of this parking lot.
Wow that's a lot of money sitting on a very expensive lawn. Are you loving the 24?
fotografz;3818 wrote: I'm back!
Okay, here is a demo of using the Phottix Stratos-II Nikon Transmitter in the S2 hot-shoe with a SF-58 set to A then mounted on top of the Stratos-II. Plus another SF-58 off-camera set to A mounted on a Stratos-II Nikon Receiver that's in the SF-58 supplied stand-foot.
Top image shows the on-camera SF-58…
David Farkas;4158 wrote: I haven't tried this lens on the S2, but a 300mm is a 300mm, regardless of sensor size. Compared to 35mm FF, a 300mm will offer an equivalent FOV of 240mm. Love to see some shots from the lens, if you get a chance.
I just received a 300 F4 today. A couple of quick shots at the office. F11, ISO 320 1/1000