Jordan Fisher: I just bought this camera and intend to use it to shoot some of the scenes
in my thesis film. Thank you for this comprehensive and professional
review. You come across as articulate, knowledgeable and refreshingly
humble. The best camera review video I've seen yet!
Piping Hot Music: Thank you nice lady for clearing up a few issues I had with understanding
video settings. I have worked as a teacher but have never put a point
across so succinctly - and charmingly!! I am non-technical so your style of
presentation was perfect for me. I am now able to use my new camera for its
intended purpose of shooting videos for our bands website. P.S: I am really
impressed by the D800e.
josh giese: Good straight intro to the D800. I bought mine last year and I love it. I'm
inspired by it. Just starting to shoot video. I find the focusing is very
hard to control while shooting, so I just use manual focus or lock the
autofocus. For white balance the user's manual says auto works best except
in certain indoor situations but I'll look into that. With exposure modes,
I'm still clueless. I just set a useful aperture. I'm shooting with the
Nikkor AF-S 85 1.4G and the AF-S 50 1.4G. I'm overwhelmed by the results of
these lenses. Thanks for the accessory recommendations. An external monitor
is almost certainly necessary. At the end of the day, what you have to say
to the world (hopefully something noble) is what really matters, the D800
won't limit your endeavors.
Ammar Keylani: Good! You have a brain and a channel to bring it out in a world full of
photographers who has none! Thank you.
SuperDigitalMe: Hi, is it possible to get the same IQ from the D7100? Greetings!
Ari Sultanik: Thank you for a wonderful and informative video. I have just bought the
d7100 and played around with the movie mode. The microphones pick up lots
of noise from the focusing of the lenses. How can I avoid that ? It is very
Floyd Bond: Great video thanks for sharing!!!!!
Suat Sekil: Thank you very much very impressed. I want to buy lens like yours may you
tell me its name and specifications. I need it for aerial video shooting.
pamjpicardful: Great video
I was wondering if you could share what you consider the best settings for
shooting video (in most circumstances) for the D800?
rarevfx: Did you use a noise-reduction software to get away from the noise in the
night shots or does the d800 handle noise as good as seen in the video ?
Steve Staples: Love your video easy to follow
Stormwatch153: Woooow! This is the best review of any camera I have ever seen!
Bill G: Great video - thank you!
Paindoctor: Amazing review on video capabilities of D800 and D800E. Loved it.
Anthony Young, Jr.: Breathtaking review really.
Victor Oliveira: That was great you've done an excellent job you tot me a thing or
two................. Or 10 great review thank you
Jonathan Moore: I've watched hundreds of videos, tutorials & reviews for various items over
the years. Nice Lady Productions, I feel, has just raised the bar for
professional reviews and Google University general knowledge. Thank you.
Sabyasachi Chowdhury: I absolutely loved your review. I have a 35mm 1.8G and I was planning to
get a Sigma 85mm 1.4. Do you think that it would be a problem to record
video with the Sigma lens??
Robert Shirley: Take a breath or two. You are speaking way too fast for this to be a
tutorial. The information is excellent but presented as though your
parking meter was about to expire.
Rochelle Jahdi: Super helpful thank you.
Jamie Dudding: Thanks, Q, Best lens to use for video if there is a best! (short
juanjaula: Usefull review.
When I shoot in DX mode instead FX mode both 1080p, I have seen a poor
image quality in DX,. What's wrong?
Ben Pearse: Great tutorial, thanks heaps
MrGTRMAN777: You are Baddass nice lady.. excellent review.
JASON ARTHURS: love it thanks... question is the 50mm 1.8 a good lens to video. or what u
suggest. im here in belize and lens are really limited and costly to
Christophe D: Damn good job.
Tom Markham: Can you shut off the rear display while recording? Thanks
Michael Shaw: Great instructions... if only she would slow down not only her chat but
also her fingers are all over the place. I know there is a pause button but
even doing this it is diff to keep up with such a superfast chatter .A very
frustrating show due to the above however she does know what she talking
about if and when you can keep up So, slow down to a gallop... more of your
followers will appreciate it I am sure..
Richard A. Lee: Thank you this is a great informative video
Tom Callanan: THank you from Ireland - my first and best lesson
Slavko Vukic: Thanks !!!
TOBE ROSE: thank you for being so candid and clear
I appreciate another females point of view.. I am a
photographer/videographer and am researching which camera to buy.. I did
not see any morrey sorry about the spelling on the frame you said had a
little bit of that.. so my question is would the nikon d800 work for a
as b roll
would it work for DVD made for business promotion
any thoughts ?
Rene Herremann: Great review..well done and thanks a lot..
Ken Burke: Excellent video with a lot of information. Good sound.
Thank you. You are an educator.
Todd Siechen: Yes, as others have said, great review, but WOW, you really have to slow
down. It's like you are seriously hopped up about 30 cups of coffee.
Mirta Mendez: Thanks for this video, I learn a lot
Syed Abbas Moosvi: Excellent review!
Danny Diet: looks good but how long can you videos and what type of lens are you using
ferdelance1994: Superb review well narrated and informative, well done, babes
Mak Hassanieh: very helpful tutorials.. keep it up
Petros Yiannakas: Great,good work.! you didn't notice a lot of difference in quality with the
ninja even on post? and what is the files size compare to write on camera
Danny Diet: but not showing real action movie samples
3DHunty: WoW Kelly, thankyou soooo much for your awesome review, I am currently
using the Sony a77 (great cam) and am looking to upgrade to the D800 -
thanx for the great info, you present very well and I really appreciated
all you had to say - thanx heaps again - i will now try and see if i can
sell a kidney or something because I gotta have one cheers Hunty
Said Azizov: Hello! Is the lens Tokina Nikon 11-16 mm F/2.8 AT-X Pro DX for nikon d800
podaydet? it is not cropped?
Richard A. Lee: Again great instructional video but two things; how big of cards to have
and how long do they record in hours and how many batteries to have and how
long do they last in hours? Weddings, ballgames, events. I want maximum
Nick R.: Nice tutorial, thanks.
George Glen Dupuy: Nice tutorial, going to get an 800 next month. Hope you have more to show
us on the D 800, where did you learn all this, you really seem to know what
you are talking about, great job. GGD....
pol1250: wow you know a lot of stuff about photography!! did you learn all this by
yourself or in class?
Michael Blume: Nice review, would have liked to see more comparisons between the 800 and
800e as far as detail goes, like when shooting your Chihuahua to see if the
lack of an AA filter yields better detail in his coat for the 800e. I also
would like to watch more of the soccer game and am glad you included audio
-- felt like I was there for a second.
H00LIGUN: Thank you for great and professional review :)
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