- Jan 19, 2019
- Leamington Spa, UK
- Real Name
This happens with every kit lens though.
Quite a color difference between those two - at least on my MBP. The top looks more cool/neutral and the bottom one is definitely pushing toward warm. Is it the same on your monitor?
The NXD was a quick conversion I made over coffee this morning, so yes the colour is horrible. I made it just to give a quick idea.I thought so, too, but these look pretty drastically different. That's something I would like to test.
I just converted a NEF file to jpeg using both DxO PL3 and Nikon Capture NXD. I see no difference in the color cast.I thought so, too, but these look pretty drastically different. That's something I would like to test.
I agree, probably going to be in a similar situation. I can rely on the 300/4 AF-P if I need something longer... although I might keep the 70-300 just for the D500 when I want something light and convenient....but maybe not. LOLThis happens with every kit lens though.
I suppose it comes down to personal preference of how much redundant equipment someone wants to keep around.
If I get the 24-200, then it’s likely that the 24-70/4 S and the 70-300 AF-P would be sold, which would just about cover the cost of the 24-200, and eliminate the need for changing lenses in the field.
Why did you sell it if you don't mind me asking? I need a long lens but not a 2.8 and am looking at the options. Leaning towards an adapted Tamron 70-210 f4 right now but also would consider this or adapting a 70-300. Any one of them has a sensible price I just want the best image quality for my buck I guess.