Nikon D500 Run Through, Cont. — The Zeros at the Well

Nikon D500 Run Through, Cont. — The Zeros at the Well

Here are some more pics from my weekend rental of the Nikon D500 camera and the Nikon 16-80 f/2.8-4 lens. This was kind of a critical shoot as it represents some of the more challenging aspects of shooting with a camera, in a low light situation that pushes a camera to its limits, ISO-wise. I find the camera to continue to be fantastic, response-wise, and being able to set the auto-focus points all the way to the edges, and with them being cross-type focus points, is awesome. Also awesome is the touch screen LCD display for viewing pics. Image-wise, you can see here the quality, although for web-viewing here, you really can’t tell the difference from any other camera (I did not post any 100% crops for pixel peeping). There are several duplicate pics in this gallery; the first one is without noise-reduction, while the second one has been run through Neat Image’s updated version 8 plug-in (on a smart phone or tablet it will be very hard to tell the difference). I’ve got a couple more days with it; more to come.

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