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Tuesday, 4 June 2013

Trying out the new glass!

In very difficult lighting conditions due to the sun being too bright for once I gave the new lens a going over.



8 comments:

Mitch said...

Nice and crisp Rich!

Steve Hinton said...

Shame about the strong light! Not bad for a hairdressers lens!

Richard G. Smith said...

Ha Ha - how's yer back!!

Jeff said...

Unless I'm mistaken I think there's a slight "back-focusing" issue and you may want to tweak the micro-adjustment setting a tad.

Richard G. Smith said...

Quite possible as settings are for the DO - I haven't checked it out - I shall start by going back to zero

Jeff said...

The phrase "hook,line and sinker" springs to mind !!
1-0,1-0,1-0,1-0 !!!
Nowt wrong with it as far as I can see,looks like a crackin' investment although I'll lug my 500mm around as long as I can and then join the "hairdressers" gang !!

Camking said...

Cracking shots Richard, hope your enjoying your new lens.

Richard G. Smith said...

Just seen yer follow up Jeffers you bastxxx I spent all morning trying to find the offending focus issue - after which I said to Susie - that b. Jeff doesn't know what he's talking about.
Yes you had me good and proper!