Nice Photos.

JamieWednesday posted:

           Yes, I'm watching dear...

Yes, I'm watching

Great shot Jamie. A longer lens would have allowed you to move back a few metres, so the foreground top & bottom would have been tighter, not quite so distractingly big and deer larger. Your eye is very good.

Ivo B posted:

Still under impressions from our visit to Barcelona, Spain, last week. Some creations by Gaudi - Sagrada Family. Under construction since 1882. Forecasted finishing in 2026. 

 

 Or will it. Apparently there’s been the most monumental cock up, in the history of monumental cock ups. It was built without planning permission.

But don’t worry, the owners have agreed to pay £31 MILLION to the council for retrospective planning permission.

 

I’m not aware of planning permission issues. But aside from this I’m really impressed by this building and Gaudi’s vision about elements from the nature implemented in the construction process. He was nominated for a main architect of this building at the age of 31. And he completely redesigned the initial project. 

Mr Fjeld posted:

EmptyName 127

A family portrait?

My D810 and the used Nikkor 300 f/4 AF-S (non VR) which I purchased recently used are visiting the Nikon lab for a re-calibration (hopefully only for that). The 300mm cannot produce any sharp images when focused at long distances, regardless to if I use the AF or do it manually. A 43 years old AI lens outperforms it by a large margin. They insisted on  seeing the camera as well but since I do not encounter any similar problem with my other lenses I am guessing that it  must be the glass.

Haim Ronen posted:
Mr Fjeld posted:

EmptyName 127

A family portrait?

My D810 and the used Nikkor 300 f/4 AF-S (non VR) which I purchased recently used are visiting the Nikon lab for a re-calibration (hopefully only for that). The 300mm cannot produce any sharp images when focused at long distances, regardless to if I use the AF or do it manually. A 43 years old AI lens outperforms it by a large margin. They insisted on  seeing the camera as well but since I do not encounter any similar problem with my other lenses I am guessing that it  must be the glass.

That’s a good suggestion for a title Haim

I hope you get your photo equipment back soon!

Haim Ronen posted:

Afternoon Divide

Afternoon's divide

Lens & camera back home.

Good to see you got your camera back Haim! Your post made made me wonder about if my camera was in need of calibration. Until now I thought it may have been due to a slightly failing eyesight of my right eye. Apparently it's not... I've checked it by live view and it's particularly noticeable with large apertures.

I only hope it doesn't have to be sent to the factory.

Mr Fjeld posted:
Haim Ronen posted:

Afternoon Divide

Lens & camera back home.

Good to see you got your camera back Haim! Your post made made me wonder about if my camera was in need of calibration. Until now I thought it may have been due to a slightly failing eyesight of my right eye. Apparently it's not... I've checked it by live view and it's particularly noticeable with large apertures.

I only hope it doesn't have to be sent to the factory.

Thanks, Fjeld. The lab adjusted (if needed) the front body alignment of the 810, the focus accuracy, the synchronization and the auto white balance on top of cleaning the sensor and updating the firmware. They maintained that nothing was wrong with the 300mm lens and just cleaned it. So farI cannot tell the difference but I feel a little better that things have been thoroughly checked. Do you have an authorized lab around you or does the camera have to be sent to the factory? The Nikon lab is 50 km from our house so shipping was not involved and I got a chance to speak personally to the technicians and ask all the questions I had. Good like with yours.

Haim

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