I put this on Facebook. Someone changed the warning to make it amusing.
These were taken at Otago Boys, around 0830, on a winter’s morning, while waiting for a room to open for a math/engineering project.
Nikon V1 (unlike the D800 used in the previous post), but normal lenses on both.
I am using the Nikon V1 as a walk around camera. I have fitted to it Richard Franiec’s grip and that does help with the handling of this, even with hands as big as mine. (Note, the photo of the camera was taken with a webcam)
Anyway, the only way to find out about a camera is use is as a walk around.
1. You can get it to shoot monochrome. RAW monochrome.
2. It is grainy at full size. Pixel peepers beware. Even at iso 100
3. I find the eye piece works well — and since I was and am shooting into light all the time, that’s useful.
4. I managed to get some real chromatic abberations when inadvertently saving as jpg. Save as raw and fix.
5. Focus is right on.