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Camera Talk / Re: Nikon 1 replacement?
« Last post by Erik Lund on Today at 10:57:38 »
Bent and Kim, may I suggest we or the two of you meet up for coffee and chat about and test the Nikon1 V2
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Your Weekly Blog / Re: March 2019
« Last post by Erik Lund on Today at 10:42:16 »
March 20.

Moon and magnolias.


Indeed very nice mood but also quite a interesting feng shui placement of the lamp lower right, near the mirrored position of the moon  :o
Cool!  8)   
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The chipped lenses will for sure survive for a very long time and remain sought after items.


A huge thank you for your work making chipping F-mount lenses of all sorts possible!

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On the cooking side, Aegopodium is a really good vegetable, sautéed in a pan with butter, a bit of garlic and nutmeg. Pick the young shoots without hesitation, it will regrow enthusiastically. I think I said it already earlier in the thread but it was banned from the vegetable garden a few centuries ago because it would take over everything else. The only way to keep it under control is to eat it continuously :)
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Your Weekly Blog / Re: March 2019
« Last post by Birna Rørslett on Today at 10:27:18 »
March 20.

Moon and magnolias.

Nice mood -- even including your favourite power pylon !
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One walks on a tight rope vs a big company such as Nikon. They are aware of what I have done, but tolerate this as long as it is a minute niche activity of the 'cottage' kind. Their interest is of course to sell new lenses, not having old ones recycled without any direct profit to the company. Arguably a short-sighted perspective on the situation, but that's how it is.

Relationships built over many years mean I can order factory parts and spares. Unfortunately the last years have seen a significant price hike on parts and that in combination with all the hassle of helping people to implement their CPU modifications - and solve issues when they do something stupid - plus the declining market for bespoke and seemingly expensive solutions made me decide to drop the CPU project once inventory ran out.
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Your Weekly Blog / Re: March 2019
« Last post by Akira on Today at 10:12:52 »
March 20.

Moon and magnolias.
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Lens Talk / Re: nikkor z 14-30mm f/4
« Last post by Erik Lund on Today at 10:08:30 »
Some of the sample images look really good!
I see blooming in the high contrast image, sky and forest and that is a little strange since it is shot at f/10
Some of the other imagers are heavily PP'ed i think so not possible to blame camera or lens,,,


The close up bird shot is really good, sharp into the corners, very similar to 14-24mm f/2.8 AFS in performance I believe
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Camera Talk / Re: Nikon 1 replacement?
« Last post by Birna Rørslett on Today at 10:05:17 »
Get a camera IR-converted (with filter inside). That should provide lots of fun to play around with.

Personally I'm particular to the little V1 as a walk-around camera when I don't feel having loads of gear with me. Actually I use the various CX-format cameras more now than when I initially purchased them.
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Lens Talk / Re: nikkor z 14-30mm f/4
« Last post by Birna Rørslett on Today at 10:03:28 »
Unverified reports claim the 14-30 will become available here in April. But unlike other product releases the Nordic countries don't seem to have high priority with the Z items.
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