As Mary says, if it happens with 2 different lenses, it's the camera. I don't think it can be 'created' by corrupted software, unless it's a kinda...
Err, how did you end up with an FTZ adapter with no body?
I thought they were much, much cheaper when bought with a bod?
Curious I am.....;)
However, I guess they'll be T&S adapters for the Z-Mount.
I wonder how the heck you work out which lens has the best image circle to play...
....and the cable on the non E-PC does what? It's almost completely manual already.!!
Just curious, does the non E have wires/ribbon cables? I guess if it does. it's aperture indexing, not D istance?
... or maybe that too?
Good News... thank you ilmilco!
Although this is for a Canon, does this look familiar?
I was planning on using it for it's tilt/shift macro abilities, whilst using it's res sweetspot at, say f5.6/8,
... and then building 3D forms...
I'm curious where the wiring might be regarding the movements. I'll see if I can find a tear-down on line.
Nikon D810 + 200-500mm f8 1/1600 ISO 640
That looks almost like darkening through a central condensation patch.
If you shine a torch into the wide end, can you see any misting?
I guess if it's a non E, then it's just mechanics.
DIY I wonder...:-)
Nikon D810 + 200-500mm f8 1/4000 ISO 640
I guess it's just like buying one of Nikon's expensive DC lenses BUT you can turn OFF the softy, floaty and downright arty effects and use it like...
Anyone know offhand how much Nikon charge to have the 85mm f2.8's T and S made into the same orientation, rather than perpendicular as it's...
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