In my recent post about the Nikon AF-S 20mm f/1.8 G ED lens, I did ‘complain’ about the contrasty look of the footage shot with this lens on my Nikon D610. A contrasty frame shot with the 20mm Well, it turns out to be my own ‘fault’ and has a lot
Moving from a crop sensor D90 to a Full Frame D610 I was curious how the continuous modes of both camera’s would compare when it comes to speed and buffer size. I set up both camera’s like so: Continues mode D90 = H and D610 = CH disabled all image
In the previous post about creating timelapses (read the previous post) I talked about some flickering that occured in the third sequence. The display is showing there are 1 hour and 31 minutes to go.
One of the (nice) features the Nikon D610 offers, is the option to create timelapse sequences in camera. Starting this process is rather simple (although setting up the camera the ‘right’ way may be more tricky).