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Oct 23, 2019 02:27 as a reply to  @ post 18949044 |  #751

Just a punt, but do they have a reset lens option?
That sets the lens setting back to default each turn off of camera
I'm Olympus but sounds like it could be a similar issue.



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Oct 23, 2019 06:56 |  #752

avondale87 wrote in post #18949058 (external link)
Just a punt, but do they have a reset lens option?
That sets the lens setting back to default each turn off of camera
I'm Olympus but sounds like it could be a similar issue.

Yes, there is something along those lines, a camera reset, so I will look into that. Thank you so much. :)


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Oct 25, 2019 22:32 |  #753

urban Kingfisher, NZ, large crop on the 14-140, my big lens (100-300) was outside in the car. Took a bit of work but happy with final outcome. Large crop.


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Oct 26, 2019 00:58 |  #754

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urban Kingfisher, NZ, large crop on the 14-140, my big lens (100-300) was outside in the car. Took a bit of work but happy with final outcome. Large crop.
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Nice - they're difficult to capture!


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Oct 26, 2019 05:05 |  #755

avondale87 wrote in post #18949058 (external link)
Just a punt, but do they have a reset lens option?
That sets the lens setting back to default each turn off of camera
I'm Olympus but sounds like it could be a similar issue.

Yeah nah. It wasn't that after all. Have got around this by using another focus mode which worked fine on the kingfisher :). Thanks for your help :D


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Oct 26, 2019 05:50 |  #756

roseyposey wrote in post #18950565 (external link)
Nice - they're difficult to capture!

Thank you :)


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Oct 26, 2019 17:50 |  #757

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Need help from a techspert ;-)a. When I set my AF area, the camera forgets it when I turn it off. I am in Aperture preferred most the time and use back button focus. I don't really want to have to reset the focus area every time I turn the camera on. I have also noticed, I can not access all Focus modes, unless I am in one of the C settings on the drive wheel.

I can not find an explanation anywhere. Using firmware 1.3

Yeah, my camera does the same, & it's probably the only thing that I can think of that annoys me about the camera. For me, there is a workaround, & that would be to buy more batteries, as I only run into the issue when I'm at the race track, & the camera goes to sleep when waiting for the motorcycles to appear from one lap to the next lap. If I wasn't a tight@rse, I'd buy a heap of batteries, & set the camera not to turn off/sleep for the duration of the race. but that doesn't help you.
To help, I've set the AF box/pattern resize directly to the rotary dial surrounding the 4 way pad. That way, there's no need to actually select the AF box/pattern, simply spin the dial & it resizes instantly. Pretty quick & intuitive. I use either the single box, or the central diamond pattern, as that works for 99% of all my subject matter




  
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Oct 28, 2019 05:15 |  #758

Hi

Anyone played with the time lapse function much? I'm going to Castlepoint to stay a couple of nights and the lighthouse itself is lit in different colurs every few minutes or so. Just wondering if anyone has any tips. I need to research the time colour sequence thing first I guess.


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Oct 28, 2019 22:31 |  #759

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Anyone played with the time lapse function much? I'm going to Castlepoint to stay a couple of nights and the lighthouse itself is lit in different colurs every few minutes or so. Just wondering if anyone has any tips. I need to research the time colour sequence thing first I guess.

Sorry I am unable to help you with this one.


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Oct 29, 2019 04:28 |  #760

Will have to find a subject and have a play "-)


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Oct 29, 2019 07:43 |  #761

roseyposey wrote in post #18952061 (external link)
Will have to find a subject and have a play "-)

Good idea. I have no clue. :cry:




  
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Nov 05, 2019 19:11 |  #762

the city crowding in


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Nov 05, 2019 20:20 |  #763

Auckland Domain


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Nov 07, 2019 00:59 |  #764

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Nov 07, 2019 05:14 as a reply to  @ roseyposey's post |  #765

^^^

Nice set Rosey, the top one is really pretty.


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