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Aug 4, 2018 09:13:30   #
Just returned from Grand Canyon, Zion and Monument Valley tour. Nikon 750 with 24-120 was all I needed.
 
Jul 5, 2018 08:44:05   #
I agree with all the comments regarding the photo tour. Just got back from Antelope. Got some great shots but wish I had booked the photo tour to give me more time and less people. Tripod would have been great, it's darker than you think. Be prepared for a dusty bumpy ride out there. Enjoy!
Jun 27, 2018 10:52:19   #
Thanks everyone for the information. Lots of knowledge in this group!
Jun 26, 2018 19:14:42   #
On a recent vacation I had some perfect dark skies. Nikon D750. 16mm wide angle. Full manual at 30 sec shutter. Resulting photos looked great but under high magnification I did notice some star trails. My question: Is there a standard shutter speed that eliminates the trailing? I completely understand focal length will produce different results. My line of thinking is that focal length won't matter when images are enlarged to the same size.
Thanks
Jun 23, 2018 10:12:57   #
Just returned from the Grand Canyon, Monument Valley and Zion. D750 and the 24-120. Very pleased. Excellent all around lens.
Jun 11, 2018 11:01:00   #
I also received an email notification for my 750 last week.
 
Jun 11, 2018 11:00:45   #
I also received an email notification for my 750 last week.
May 30, 2018 21:08:52   #
I use Photoshop Elements and the burn/dodge feature is in the toolbox. Quick and easy.
May 27, 2018 08:34:09   #
The feature is under Picture Control in the Shooting menu. Select vivid, normal or standard, then right toggle for a sub-menu.
May 26, 2018 15:51:43   #
Yes, Picture Control. I have my D750 set to vivid and level 7 with sharpness. Photos really "pop"
Just wondering if there are any disadvantages to these settings. Opinions welcome☺
May 26, 2018 14:56:25   #
Folks,
Having just upgraded to FF, I have been experimenting with the sharpness control on the D750 and realized there is a noticeable difference between default and +7. I understand this is digital enhancement but the images really do appear sharper, particularly at magnification.
Opinions pro and con regarding this option.
Thanks
 
May 8, 2018 09:08:28   #
Absolutely love my 750. If you couple it with the 24-120, I would also recommend the optional battery pack, just to give some balance. The 24-120 is fairly large and heavy and without the battery pack it seemed a little bit "front heavy". Go for it!
Apr 7, 2018 16:36:09   #
Been using it for several years. Love it and so do my clients. Having said that, I do agree with most everyone that it can over correct. But the nice thing with the sliders you can easily see just how much correction is natural. Well worth the purchase price.
 
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