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Fletch

Fletch

Member Since 28 Jul 2018
Offline Last Active Today, 02:11 PM
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In Topic: Orion over Honolulu

Today, 01:04 PM

You really brought out the stars in that one. :)


In Topic: did test or trail run at paintballing on Z6 with FTZ first gen 70-200mm nikok

Today, 12:44 PM

I like that you caught the splat of the paintball.


In Topic: Orion over Honolulu

Today, 12:36 PM

I thought about that but don't mind showing my mistakes.

 

This one is from last night its a single image shot at 2500iso, 10Sec, f16, 16mm

 

32891553808_1c46ca9d28_o.pngWaikiki and Orion by Irwin Fletcher @ https://photoartcafe.forumbee.com, on Flickr


In Topic: Yo' Nikon, You Are On a Roll. Mystery Guest, Please Sign In.

Yesterday, 12:48 AM

It looks like an orchid type but I can't find anything that looks even close.


In Topic: D5600 new lens

12 January 2019 - 03:20 AM

As Merco said the AutoFocus Fine Tuning is a feature only available on the 7000 series and up.  If you have a lens that is back or front focusing you can use this feature to adjust the camera to that lens so that it focuses better.  Merco made a post on how to make a target to check your lenses for back or front focusing.  https://www.nikonfor...ocusing-target/

As much as I love the 5600 for its light weight all day carry, I'm kinda wishing I had gone with a 7200.

 

 

So you are saying AF Fine Tune does not work on lens on the D5600 or the just the lens you were looking at?