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Oh my god, I'm back in here again in the back water... Of to my first event ever as a Nikon shooter... by golly.... Canon since 1996.....

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monk3y wrote in post #13988469external link
:lol::lol: who you fooling? it's not April 1 yet :lol:

Hehe! :p

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Oh my god, I'm back in here again in the back water... Of to my first event ever as a Nikon shooter... by golly.... Canon since 1996.....

Welcome back! ;)

Post #4937, Feb 29, 2012 04:58:09


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zincozinco wrote in post #13988856external link
Oh my god, I'm back in here again in the back water... Of to my first event ever as a Nikon shooter... by golly.... Canon since 1996.....

Welcome, crimson saber crystals can be found in the back of the room. ;)

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cheers guys :) :) - so the VR thingie is the same as the IS and the G is the same as L under some conditions... but why the heck don't the screw and roll go on the same directions, abbreviations i have no problem . but when things are left or right thats when i get in to trouble... :)

Post #4939, Feb 29, 2012 09:14:13


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So whats the general feeling in here come April, too E to not too E?

Post #4940, Feb 29, 2012 09:23:03


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zincozinco wrote in post #13989716external link
cheers guys :) :) - so the VR thingie is the same as the IS and the G is the same as L under some conditions... but why the heck don't the screw and roll go on the same directions, abbreviations i have no problem . but when things are left or right thats when i get in to trouble... :)

The backwards (i.e. wrong) ring rotation would drive me nuts.

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Yohan Pamudji wrote in post #13990353external link
The backwards (i.e. wrong) ring rotation would drive me nuts.

You will get use to it soon :lol:
I was like "why my lens is not coming off!!!" and keep rotating it

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ching wrote in post #13990593external link
You will get use to it soon :lol:
I was like "why my lens is not coming off!!!" and keep rotating it

What, you mean the lens removal is backwards too?! Insanity!

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No, Canon has it backwards. ;)

Post #4944, Feb 29, 2012 12:14:40


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zincozinco wrote in post #13989716external link
cheers guys :) :) - so the VR thingie is the same as the IS and the G is the same as L under some conditions... but why the heck don't the screw and roll go on the same directions, abbreviations i have no problem . but when things are left or right thats when i get in to trouble... :)

The "+" and "-" meter is the opposite as well but I think in most cameras it can be reversed in the menu

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So whats the general feeling in here come April, too E to not too E?

Go for the "E" and learn to compensate for the moire. Eventually it will be come second nature. If you do a lot of video then it becomes a bigger issue.

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The weirdest thing is going on. I put the d700 on mode "a" with my nikkor 105 VR ( it also hsppened on my 85 pce) the aperture dont go below 3.2 and sometimes up to 4. I van turn the wheel all i want but never reaches 2.8, why is that. I tried eith different iso, jpg tiff nef etc etc. Has this happened to someone else?

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zincozinco wrote in post #13991281external link
The weirdest thing is going on. I put the d700 on mode "a" with my nikkor 105 VR ( it also hsppened on my 85 pce) the aperture dont go below 3.2 and sometimes up to 4. I van turn the wheel all i want but never reaches 2.8, why is that. I tried eith different iso, jpg tiff nef etc etc. Has this happened to someone else?

That is normal. As the magnification changes so does the aperture. Threw me off the first time as well. It should not happen on non-micro-nikkors but I've never played with the 85 PC-E.

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The changing of aperture is common to macro lenses (or at least I've heard numerous times).

Post #4948, Feb 29, 2012 13:35:25


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Ahh cool, the 85 pce is also a "micro" cheers bud!!

Post #4949, Feb 29, 2012 13:36:14


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zincozinco wrote in post #13991281external link
The weirdest thing is going on. I put the d700 on mode "a" with my nikkor 105 VR ( it also hsppened on my 85 pce) the aperture dont go below 3.2 and sometimes up to 4. I van turn the wheel all i want but never reaches 2.8, why is that. I tried eith different iso, jpg tiff nef etc etc. Has this happened to someone else?

It only reaches 2.8 when you're close to infinity, if I'm wording that properly.

Post #4950, Feb 29, 2012 13:37:45


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