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22 March 2013 - 02:12 AM
I've shot many good shark pics with 6' Sea&sea compact dome without any ext' rings or diopters with the 10-17 + D300.
I think the 10-17 is a bit too short, but the quality is very good.
19 March 2013 - 12:53 AM
I would check also all 3 D800 cameras.
What people call by mistake a "left focus point problem" is actually right and left - as much as you are getting far from center, it gets worst. especially on ultra wide (weitwinkel) lenses.
Have you tried calibrating all 3 cameras ?
16 March 2013 - 09:13 AM
Wow x 2 !!!
16 March 2013 - 07:01 AM
The D800 focus system is great !!!
The high resolution harm severely the contrast and it looks some times as not sharp enough.
Adding contrast and sharpening is essential !!!
All together, I find the D800 a good camera but more difficult to handle than my old D700.
The Sigma 15, Nikon 60 and Nikon 105 vr are really good on it as John says.
I'm sure the D4 will be much easier to handle !
16 March 2013 - 01:19 AM
The 10-17, 60 and 100 are excellent for the job.
Try a 16-35 + D800 on land and if you are satisfy, just get the largest dome port (in Sea&sea is the 240 + 80 mm ext' rings).
Not sure how the 10-17 works with a 1.4 Tc. The new Nikon 60 2/8 afs is not working well with the Tc, the old one (F) is working very well.
Good luck !!!
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