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Discussion in 'Lens Lust' started by 180q, Jun 28, 2008.
Thanks for looking.
I really like the first shot. There's just something about the use effective of shallow DOF in shots like that that give them an other-worldly feel, almost like a scale model. Great stuff.
Chad, what camera did you use? I just get the same lens but I have to do adjustment with the focus to maximum +20, otherwise I get a front focusing with my D300.
Thanks Tim. I like the scale model look as well. Someday I'd like to try some sort of tilt shift type of picture.
Alex, I'm using the D300 as well. I just received this used copy earlier this week. Luckily I got a good copy. Yours sounds like it's way too far out of wack. I would send it off to Sigma for a calibration. Good luck.
I got a used one too, but before I tried 1 at the store I get the same problems, maybe my camera is not right, so for sure you are lucky, as you said you don't need to adjust the AF, if I send to sigma do I have to send with the body or just the lens? I don't really like to send for calibration, can I just use it with +20? the results is not too bad, sharp enough for me.
I'm picking mine up from a local guy tomorrow. I hope it's this good. Those are killer shots.
Thank you. I wish you luck with your new toy.
whata freaky hunk of glass ...nice shots Chad...;-)
Thanks, Nute. It's only come off once since receiving it. That was only because I needed the fisheye in order to take a shot.
i hear u Chad ...i have it mounted on my wife's d40 right now. my other lenses are getting lonely ..lol
Wow that is one sharp lens! :biggrin:
Thank you for posting these.
The more I see what this lens can do, the more I warm up to the idea of 3rd party lenses.
thanks for sharing
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