Adding Nikon D810 to my inventory!

Well, I'm NOT selling my Fujifilm cameras, X100T and X-T1 with various lenses. Not at all. But for several reasons, which I will come back to in a later post, I've been thinking about getting a Nikon D810 for a while. And when I came in a finacial situation where it became possible... it jumped in. I also bought three lenses. The great Sigma 35mm f/1.4 ART and Sigma 50mm f/1.4 ART, and a Zeiss 21mm f/2.8 Distagon T ZF.2.  The Zeiss 21mm is manual focusing only, but man oh man - it's sharp, and well built. 

Like I said, I will come back with more in later post, but for now, here's two shots taken in the Norwegian mountains, in Jotunheimen a couple of weeks ago. Both are taken with the Sigma 50mm f/1.4 lens.

Nikon D810 + Sigma 50mm f/1.4 ART, ISO 64, f/8, 1/8 sec. 

My friend and me were driving over the mountains, from the fjords in the western Norway, and heading east towards Vinstra. At the highest point we drove actually through a thick layer of clouds. As we got lower and got out of it, it was not long before sunset - which of course we couldn't see with this kind of weather. But suddenly the clouds opened up for a short while, lighting up this scenere in the picture above. I stopped the car, rushed out with my Nikon and Benro tripod, and managed to that the above picture, and as the light shiftet more to the left, the picture below to. Then the show was over. It lasted about two minutes. The clouds bloced all light again, and it got dark. The was a soft rain showering over me and my Nikon, and my lens was not weather sealed, so I tried to hold an umbrella with one hand and operate the camera with the other.

Nikon D810 + Sigma 50mm f/1.4 ART, ISO 64, f/8, 1/8 sec.

Hope you liked them. The experience was way more magic than these pictures can express. 

I will come back with more Nikon stuff later, and of course, more Fuji X stuff to.