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  1. snerkler

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    Stumbled across this little stream today and thought it made a nice picture

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  2. Livin The Dream

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    What's the main differences between the F80 & F100 (apart from £100)
     
  3. Ed Sutton

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    The call duck? It sure is. (y)
     
  4. rob-nikon

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    Though they are in size order thats sets of my OCD being in the order of 20mm-50mm-35mm! How can Sigma (and probably Nikon too) live with that?
     
  6. kingo15

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    Ooohhh I got a full service a sensor clean as a gesture of goodwill according to the paperwork they emailed me today
     
  7. rob-nikon

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    How long did it take for the recall? After 18 months I've just filled out the return form, hoping it will be sent off and back before christmas. Trying to get a free period to sent it off has been difficult, there's always something around the corner.

    It's probably the least Nikon can do with this whole recall fiasco.
     
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  8. kingo15

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    They had it last Tuesday at there depot ad it was sent out today. Dpd are delivering tomorrow
     
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    AF is superior on F100 and the build quality is better - not sure else to be honest. As you say, there’s a big price difference.
     
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  10. rob-nikon

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    Just over a week is fantastic, others on here have had away for weeks. It was the shutter recall that it went in for and not other work?
     
  11. kingo15

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    Yeah just shutter recall. I was really impressed.
     
  12. Livin The Dream

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    I think I'll try an F80, what's the worst that can happen? Sell it for the same I buy it for ;)
     
  13. wibbly

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    Try mine for a weekend if you fancy a go. You can decide if it’s for you then.
     
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    Cheers dude, might take you up on that. Just been looking at both models, you got a right deal!
     
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  15. kingo15

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    Body all body nice and clean. Didn't replace my eyepiece for me thou.
    Right having a brain fart moment for some reason I can't take rapid fire shots. All the settings haven't changed as far as I can see.
     
  16. markgodley

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    Is it in the burst mode? i.e. CL CH

    Check your shooting/display menu and the CL mode shooting speed
     
  17. kingo15

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    Yep tried it in cl and ch.

    Set the fps to 5 and 6

    It's got to be something simple but can't find it
     
  18. rob-nikon

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    If can only take one frame each time you press the shutter it's likely they have switch the sub dial underneath the mode selector on the top left. Like @markgodley says it's probabably in S and you need it in CL or CH to take continuous frames.
     
  19. rob-nikon

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    Probably easier to do a full reset if you can't find what it is. That may clear any micro adjustment setting you have so take a note of them and other adjusts you have made.
     
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    You're not in automatic mode are you (hope this isnt a dumb question)? Try switching to A,S or M.

    or maybe the camera thinks it has a flash attached?
     
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    Nope only in a or m
     
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    Easiest fix is to do a reset. However, I'm sure I've seen this before but can't remember what it was. I'll have a look at my camera when I get home and see if there's anything in the menus that I think might cause it.
     
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    Bracketing hasn't got turned on has it?
     
  24. kingo15

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    Double checked that lol. Hate doing a reset defeats my thinking lol
     
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    That's not bad. I need mine for a mud run next weekend, then might get it sent in after that.
     
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    I have never seen a problem with mine yet and if it does go tits up i have a d7000 on hand as a backup but I am going to send it in soon before the D850 recalls start:D
     
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    Hi all.
    Heres one from last nights sortie, The colours didnt materialize as I would have liked but at least I got some that were good enough.
    Off into the Alps tomorrow, Just hope the clouds STAY AWAY.

    [​IMG]The Storm 3 by Graham, on Flickr
     
  29. rob-nikon

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    Nikon must be low on D750 recalls, I only completed the recall request on Wednesday evening and the return label has been sent to me today. I will get it boxed up and dropped at the post office tomorrow.

    Can I ask did anyone leave the battery in the camera when sending it in? I ticked only the body cap when completing the recall request but not sure if I should or shouldn't send it in with a battery.

    Same here. I had one err message early this year but nothing since. Still unsure if it's even worth getting the recall done as I've never had a problem. I have no firm photography plans over the next few weeks but I will have to slum it with a D810 for a week or two ;) hopefully the D750 will be back before Christmas.
     
  30. rob-nikon

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    Got to love the blues in this. Sometimes colours on the horizon just lose impact with a wide angle.
     
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    I left the battery out.
     
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    No need to send the battery Rob. I’ve never sent one with a recall or repair.
     
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    I must do the recall request over the weekend, i need it next weekend for a mud run but will drop it in then the following Monday if the labels come through.
     
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    That's a lovely shot, very subtle aurora but it looks Great.
    It's something I'll never get to see from where I am
     
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    I’m considering selling up as just don’t get time anymore,and it’s a shame for a load of decent gear not getting used.
    I’d have D750,D610,D7000 and loads of decent DX and FX glass,etc.
    Which is the best dealer as can’t be bothered with selling in bits!
    Just want to box it up and be done with it.
    Don’t really want to give it away though.
     
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    They always say not to send the battery.

    Try a few, people like MPB, Harrisons and camera jungle. Don't use WEX as they only offer part ex.
     
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    Well it appears Nikon have proper borked my camera. The on board flash also doesn't work. I think the command dial for the shooting options hasn't been reconnected properly. I'll try and contact them on monday after I have moved this weekend. Not happy tbh
     
  40. rob-nikon

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    thats not good at all. It doesn't help my feeling of if it isn't broke don't fix it. That doesn't install me with confidence sending mine away tomorrow.
     

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