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Aug 06, 2014 15:10 |  #4126

Tobi, your photos are truly amazing, awesome job!


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Aug 06, 2014 17:33 as a reply to  @ post 17060823 |  #4127

Absolutely stunning Tobi! This above plus your seascapes are amazing!


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Aug 07, 2014 10:59 as a reply to  @ butterfly2937's post |  #4128

Anyone any idea what the part number is for the Shift nob and screw?

Walking on the Las Vegas Strip last week I lost the nob and screw - retraced my steps and managed to find the nob (miracle considering the amount of people about that night) I didn't find the screw though...:cry:


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Aug 07, 2014 13:50 |  #4129

*Jayrou wrote in post #17082036 (external link)
Anyone any idea what the part number is for the Shift nob and screw?

Walking on the Las Vegas Strip last week I lost the nob and screw - retraced my steps and managed to find the nob (miracle considering the amount of people about that night) I didn't find the screw though...:cry:

Post a shot of your lens with that missing screw, i am not good in English so i don't know the difference between the screw or nob of this lens.


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Aug 07, 2014 21:35 |  #4130

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Aug 08, 2014 04:44 |  #4131

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Post a shot of your lens with that missing screw, i am not good in English so i don't know the difference between the screw or nob of this lens.

Thanks Tareq , Everything inside the red marker pen is missing

The outer edge (nob) as I call it , I managed to find - I also have the larger nob that's useful if no pop up flash is present but that still needs the inner circle/screw of the original nob to fit

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Aug 08, 2014 06:05 |  #4132

My desire to do more architectural work has me wanting to learn to use one of these lenses that has mystified me forever...I never understood what they did...until I read a great ebook on them...so I have decided that I need to learn how to use a proper tilt shift lens... I rented one for the day yesterday and went on a miserably long hard hike...but I came away with an image that I was surprised by...the image is so sharp, and sharp to the edges, even at f/22...I can see a lot of uses for these, one being that it makes you slow your workflow way down, and really think about your composition and getting all setting right...I was sure I would have messed it up, but I am happy I got it right on the first try!

This is really the middle and lower portions of the shifted image, I used a tiny bit of the upper shift, but cropped to eliminate a featureless washed out sky...

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Aug 08, 2014 06:34 |  #4133

TRhoads wrote in post #17083619 (external link)
...the image is so sharp, and sharp to the edges, even at f/22...I can see a lot of uses for these, one being that it makes you slow your workflow way down, and really think about your composition and getting all setting right...

Excellent shot travis. The part I have quoted above sums up this lens completely. Sharp as a tack and makes you slow down and think about your composition etc.

You have tested it now, Resistance is futile


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Aug 08, 2014 07:03 |  #4134

thank you sir. Yes, the sharpness blew me away, even though I had read many great things about how sharp these lenses were...slowing down was great, everything was so methodical...it allowed me to wait for the light too....resistance is futile....I ain't even trying...the TSE fund has been started!


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Aug 08, 2014 07:50 |  #4135

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....resistance is futile....I ain't even trying...the TSE fund has been started!

:D Im the same. Should never have sold the one I had, saving for the next one just now


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Aug 08, 2014 08:29 |  #4136

*Jayrou wrote in post #17083556 (external link)
Thanks Tareq , Everything inside the red marker pen is missing

The outer edge (nob) as I call it , I managed to find - I also have the larger nob that's useful if no pop up flash is present but that still needs the inner circle/screw of the original nob to fit

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I think Canon service can solve/fix it, sure they have parts, but i can't tell if they will charge for it and how much.


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Aug 08, 2014 08:34 |  #4137

*Jayrou wrote in post #17083556 (external link)
Thanks Tareq , Everything inside the red marker pen is missing

The outer edge (nob) as I call it , I managed to find - I also have the larger nob that's useful if no pop up flash is present but that still needs the inner circle/screw of the original nob to fit

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I found the regional Canon office really helpful in getting me parts for my Canon 1DsIII.
(Unusual screw-on connector caps etc. )

Give them a call. I will bet that they can get the parts to you pretty quickly.

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Aug 08, 2014 09:55 as a reply to  @ eheffa's post |  #4138

Thanks for all the replies regarding my missing screw insert , been given 3 numbers by Canon to call and ended up at a Non Canon company who actually supply Canon UK their parts?...Bizarre!

The Canon rep said "If they dont have it there's not much you can do"

Er.. ;)


Waiting for a response from an email, I had to email that photo I posted.


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Aug 08, 2014 10:01 |  #4139

I should be careful then with that screw not to lose it, this issue is a warning now.


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Aug 08, 2014 10:03 |  #4140

Tareq wrote in post #17083987 (external link)
I should be careful then with that screw not to lose it, this issue is a warning now.

The funny thing is Tareq , I really struggled to get it off when I wanted to change for the big dial/nob - so much that I gave up and left the little one on, maybe I did actually loosen it.


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