I like the bug shot, actually takes a second to realise it’s not an actual car parked at the seafront (at least when I’m looking on my phone anyway)
Try formatting in your PC as ex-fat and then try to format in camera.Camera Arrived and had the problem would not take cards as they had been preformatted for all my othe cameras. Had to purchase a new Card so only got one shot so far but the IQ of Sainsburys Newhaven was excellent with my 70-200mm f2.8.
It's an amazing lens and has 3 versions I know about. Mine is the AF-D, non push-pull.Is yours the AF-S version? I had one a long time ago and loved it. So sharp and reliable.
Thanks for your critique, in Answe to your Questions it is the push pull version and the non AFS lens. But I love the Depth of field due to fading I did not realise my reflection was in better focus than the Bill on the Bird its self. Taken at 9.20 pm 23/6 in Rye Harbour East Sussex.
The mirror is down and lifting when shutter button is pressed. My camera was part of the recall but I never got it done. Will get on to nikon tomorrow. Unfortunately I'm on an island 30 mins off the irish coast and then 4 hours drive homelooks like a trip to the doctors is in order , What can you see when you look inside the body with the lens off ?
I sold my D7000 backup a couple of weeks ago, ordered a Z6 last Friday and it is supposed to be delivered tomorrow. This day trip was organised as a last minute thing on Sunday. On the way here this morning and the wife sent me a photo of the camera parcel that was delivered at 9 this morningNo spare body ? A D700 is a good backup and cheap now
Sorry, beat you to it by about 2000 images Even got some from the top of the nacelle ... and I would only go up there on windless days.B&W is something I've rarely touched on, but loving the D750 again. I'm probably the first person in history to go and photograph a wind farm when there's no wind