Yesterday was a fairly busy day at the bird feeder. I was able to stick both cameras out to door to capture this small flock of finches before the flew the coup.
The above image was shot with the backup camera a Nikon D7100, and it’s DX format 70-300 lens at 300mm. The following was shot with the primary camera, a Nikon D800 with a Nikor 80-400 at 400mm.
Both are fine cameras, but I am amused to see the subtle differences in quality and the camera’s interpretation of the scene. This reaffirms the reasoning behind my purchase of the D800 as a primary camera system, as I am after the best quality I can offer to my clients.