The Kazurabashi Suspension Bridge (best larger)
This bridge, in the mountains of Shikoku Island, is a popular Sunday outing for the local people of Tokushima, Japan, especially when the leaves are starting to turn. The people were clinging pretty tightly to the side supports.
I sent my D800 in for cleaning and a 'tune-up' to Nikon and they reported it as 'unrepairable' and gave me a discount on the new D810, which I picked up today. All my shots from Japan were taken on my back-up D7100, but now I have the D810 to test out on my next trip.
Ilene, I complained to Nikon that the LED screen was out of focus and I couldn't tell if my shots were sharp (they were, but it wasn't obvious until I downloaded them onto my computer). They determined that it was the result of an impact to the camera and it couldn't be fixed. Haven't had a chance to use the D810 yet, but reviews suggest that it has some improved features over the d800.
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