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Nikon Wednesday 2018: #32

Matt Laur

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A bit of a departure this week, as I'm posting a frame from video that was captured on a D810. This was part of a short process piece, and was shot through a 105mm Sigma macro lens. It's Nikon Wednesday, so as long as you put some of the Nikon ecosystem's stuff to work, it's fair game! Let's see some photos, folks. We had a good week last week, for sure.


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I appreciate that it's now almost next Wednesday; sorry, been busy. These were captured before I left.


Not the most amazing photographs ever taken even by my standards, but the results might be of vague interest.


Mars, hand-held, D850, 200-500 + TC14@f/11, 1/500s, ISO3200. Stack of 11 images in Lynkeos. I could probably do better with more playing with settings, but I think you can vaguely see a white cap there...



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And maybe more interesting (and a response to seeing a P1000 allegedly doing this and thinking "no way"):


Saturn, hand-held. D850, 200-500+TC14@f/9 (700mm, obviously, for both these), 1/400s, ISO12000. Stack of 20 images in Lynkeos. (I was actually hoping to use the Photoshop superresolution hack for both of these, but Photoshop doesn't like aligning something this small.)


I could stack more and get some better denoising, but I'm afraid I'm late to a conference! Not quite up to what I've seen through a 12" telescope, but for a hand-held effort I was expecting nothing useful at all.



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