Today is my second day with my new camera and I am even more impressed.
After downloading the appropriate software to view my new camera's RAW files I took a look at what I got.
I took a few photos yesterday of my dog as the sun was going down. Not too dark out there, but clearly after 4pm lighting.
Instantly I saw how shallow the depth of field was using my trusty 85mm 1.8G. The depth of field is razor thin!
Here is a photo of my dog.
Today I was with a photographer friend of mine briefly and we were playing around with the camera settings. He wanted to test out the ISO range and pushed it to ISO 6400 in my small work room. We were both amazing how narrow the depth of field is on the full frame camera. Following is a photo of one of my flashes at ISO 6400. The only thing I did was fix the WB as the image was very orange and increase the contrast a tiny bit. Looked ok on the back of the camera, but bringing it into Lightroom really wow'd me!
I am very impressed and know that I have made a great purchase. This photo was taken handheld and I now know that if I absolutely have to I can go to ISO 6400 if need be.
Fantastic camera Nikon!!