But did you try the 850 also? I currently have a dx camera but iso capability(or lack of) is driving me nuts. I feel I am missing shots I could be getting if I could push the iso higher.
The Z appeals to me at present more due to weight saving as long as IQ is similar to D850.
did you do any noise reduction with these? I ask as the last photo seems to show more noise at iso 8000 compared to the black and white one at iso 32000?
also with focus - did you use manual focus or did auto focus work fine in these conditions?
so I may edit in daytime in natural lights or at night using LED room lights. When calibrating we are first asked to measure ambient lighting and if I do so with either natural light or room lights, I get a message saying "too much ambient lighting". So how do we really have to measure this...
Sorry if I’m being thick but surely 70-300 won’t give you the reach of 150-600 and being full frame won’t give you the “crop factor” zoom either so isn’t that gain in lightness offset against a loss of reach?
I suppose if you aren’t going to shoot over 300 then it definitely is a gain
Is the D850 not heavier than the D500 and if so does that not offset advantage gained by using lighter lenses on D850?
That’s the whole reason I was posing my question. ISO capabilities seem better and better nowadays but I’m not sure I’d want to shoot over a 6400 if I could help it.