My Comparison of the Nikon D850 VS D500 — 7 Comments

  1. I loved all your images… such great comparisons! And well… you could use any kind of camera and get fabulous results!
    Neat video… Thank You!
    Have a great week!

  2. Hello Mary! Well for one, I have used nothing but a Canon (a Mark 5D IV) for the last three years. My lenses have been upgraded to a 70-200 and I’m loving it for what I am limited to do at the moment. Your photo of the bird that was heavily cropped, WOW, the detail that it retained! Since you take wildlife photos (something I don’t think I’ll ever have a chance to do frequently) then the model you used seems to be a real plus. Look into the Canon – it’s a great camera!

  3. Very very be interesting about photography and the difference in in cameras. Focusing on life with the right tools makes a huge difference. Memories captured on those old black and white is photos of and on sepia take my imagination farther into those details of nature and it’s inhabitants. You differently have an eagle eye and great understanding of theses lend and cameras from all your amazing experiences. Sharing them is a fine attitude and example.

  4. Mary, your photos are ALWAYS amazing, regardless of the camera you use, IMHO. I use a little Canon point-n-shoot with some “bells and whistles” (that I’ve had since early 2012) and, much more frequently, my iPhone’s camera. The actual results are nowhere near as stunning as yours, but good enough for my purposes. ?

  5. The photos are all beautiful! I got the D750 about 1 1/2 yrs ago, my first full frame. I like it a lot, but I’m nowhere near the photographer you are. It is just a fun hobby for me. I wouldn’t switch brands at this point either as I have the Nikon system down and lenses as well.

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