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  1. rob-nikon

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    some good behaviour there Phil. Got to love a good fight, fantastic to witness. Great to see you captured the parallel walk prior to a fight to, thats an image Ive struggled to capture.
     
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  2. holty

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    you will be really out of pocket if you sell to a dealer or trade in to a dealer they are sharks
    best selling private try on here nothing to loose
    but plenty to gain
     
  3. cotty332000

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    I know,I’m not sure I can be bothered with the hassle of selling privately though!
    I just keep looking at it all knowing I’ll probably never really use it again,when someone could.
    Might sell the speed lights,bags,tripods etc on here though.
     
  4. Ed Sutton

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    Last couple of times I tried selling on here I gave up. Got better offers from MPB than the TP tightwads. Less hassle too.
     
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  5. wibbly

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    If here’s no good there’s a couple of good UK Nikon selling groups on Facebook if you’re on it. I’ve bought and sold there before quite successfully.
     
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  6. wibbly

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    That’s really not good. I’ve had mine back for a week or so but haven’t given it a really good work out - guess I need to to check it all works.

    Hope you get it sorted.
     
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  7. snerkler

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    That’s pretty unacceptable imo, I’d certainly be having strong words.
     
  8. rob-nikon

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    are you able to share the names so I know where to go looking? Its good to get recommendations as I'm definitely looking at other options/places.

    TP used to be very good to buy and sell but its seems to be a lot harder recently, and things just don't seem to shift unless there is still transferable warranty left.
     
  9. Ed Sutton

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    Certainly not so good for selling these days, from my experience. I blame grey imports for pushing s/h prices down!
     
  10. Lemaildetom

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    Sorry to hear that!

    Exactly my feelings. Was about to send mine soon...
     
  11. wibbly

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    I bet that's why the continuous shooting isn't working.
     
  14. Livin The Dream

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    I was a little miffed yesterday too, the MacBook froze and wouldn’t power down for reboot. Tried everything following a google. Apple booked it into a localish agent same day. Typically got there and one of the reboot processes worked for him where it didn’t for me, FFS. At least it’s working grrr.

    On the upside, think my GAS is moving more towards the Siggy (I know!) 135... £920 can’t be overlooked... spring present maybe...
     
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  15. LewisHall

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    I don’t know if anyone can help,

    I’m looking for a full manual lens preferably a 24,28,35mm just for street photography that will work fine on the d750 below £100?
     
  16. wibbly

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    Erm, Sigma? Thought you said never again. :eek::p
     
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    I did....

    But, it’s £500 cheaper and I’d like the extra compression for some things I have in mind.
     
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    And less compression from the Missus :D
     
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  19. Livin The Dream

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    Definitely!

    Kinda stop me buying another 70-200 too if it’s good enough. We’ll see, a good while away yet.
     
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  20. wibbly

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    I know someone who has one and he’s starry eyed about it as well as his other Sigma’s so there’s hope.
     
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  21. Ed Sutton

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    How about this - http://www.ffordes.com/product/17110111385781

    Might not be a brilliant lens, but the price is right!
     
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    More of my half-arsed landscape stuff. :rolleyes: Using the 24-85 for a change.

    Ingleborough and The Great Stone of Fourstones. There's only one stone. :LOL: Amazing what can be pulled out of a D750 file. The last shot was pretty much a silhouette.

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    Wintering trumpeter swans taken with my Sigma 150-600C...

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    Trumpeter swans by Paul, on Flickr
     
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    Has anyone noticed the DR seems to be even higher when shooting at ISO50?

    I mucked up this weekend, just a day out at the local seal colony with the family. And didn't notice when I started shooting I had the camera at ISO50. Only took a handful of shots before I noticed, so doesn't matter.

    But out of interest I bumped the exposure in LR.

    SOOC vs +5 exposure.

    This is just cheating, right?

    [​IMG]FB_IMG_1510576205782 by Andy Dane, on Flickr

    [​IMG]FB_IMG_1510576210526 by Andy Dane, on Flickr
     
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    Seriously impressive. Isn't ISO 50 a 'fake' ISO, i.e. it's just ISO 100 which is then changed in software?
     
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    Yeah, which is why I was expecting to be able to push it less than an ISO100 file, turns out it's not the case
     
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    Here`s a shot from the weekend when I was in the lower Alps
    Better to have a look over at flickr and see the other shots.

    [​IMG]Wooden path by Graham, on Flickr
     
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  30. rob-nikon

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    Something a little different from my normal wildlife stuff.

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    Gotta love an ISOless sensor haven’t you :)
     
  32. photogwannabe

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    Well, it finally happened. I've tried to be oh so careful but I've gone and lost the eyepiece for the 750. Grrr.
     
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    D750 going back again today. Grrrrr.

    @photogwannabe see how you get on without it.
    I haven't replaced mine in 6 months and got used to it.
     
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  34. wibbly

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    Damnit! I secured mine with a very fine brush of clear nail varnish. So far so good!
     
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    What you need to do is get a good screen protector that will take your mind off it.....
     
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  36. kingo15

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    Haha or a d850
     
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  37. photogwannabe

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    That's a great idea! I haven't looked into those, what is recommended? ;)

    Probably in 10years when I can afford a used one! :woot:
     
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    Some cracking pics recently, haven't been on much as been too busy. Still keen to carry on shooting the little one on a day to day basis.

    [​IMG]Bedtime by Tim G, on Flickr

    [​IMG]bedtime II by Tim G, on Flickr
     
  39. twist

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    Phwooooooaaaaarrrrrr
     
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    That's because I've not posted any ;)

    Nice pics, I prefer the colour.
     
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