Are you sure it isn’t the sensor cleaning sounds louder with a longer lens
Was mentioned here
Focus motor turning off and on?
That’s probably what it is.
I don’t have this problem as I only have 1 lens
Haha I only have one lens for my sony at the moment. But I always turned my Nikon off when changing lenses
Just thought it was best to check with other owners!
If transfer me £5K I'll happily do so.
I am not made of money unfortunately. I rely on used market greatly. Same reason I still don't own a sigma 35mm ART.
Me too. Probably will be light, compact, with discrete autofocus and a quality distagon ?
l'll dislike the finish cos it'll be like my 25mm,
So can 70-200 GM owners check this for me?
This is my start up and shut down noise...
Reminds me of the old sigma macro lenses image stabilisation noise.
@Riz_Guru can you take yours out of the cabinet and box and attach it to your camera. See if makes the same noise.
I will do
I'm sure its all fine, but be nice just to clarify! My mate has said his 70-200 F4 does it but maybe not as loud.
But once you have located the key and unlocked the cabinet I would appreciate if you could let me know!
It'll make a groaning noise, like someone waking up from a long sleep!
And thatis just opening the cabinet door
Guessing he is putting on the white gloves and putting the dust extractor on full before the cabinet is opened?!
I'd expect a nice shirt, tie, trousers and shoes and a decent hair cut too. In fact this event demands a full make over.
Anyone else got the 70-200 GM they could test? lol
No idea why but when you post photos to here the colour completely s***s itself and they look like they were shot in potato vision even though its a 2048px image.
Yep - flickr shots are the same, they go all soft and not sharp!
Just deleted them, pointless to post when the colour isn't even the same and it looks shot on 2mp point and shoot
I posted some shots in the D750 thread yesterday and they lost quality too. Shame really.
A photography forum that doesn't support even a low res, small file at 1mb. Ah well, we can always talk about single card slots and 1.8X crop factor 4k video
Can a moderator let me know why a small file when put on here looks 10x worse ?
Only used my latest lens twice and seem to have GAS
Any thoughts on the 65mm voigtlander? Gets a cracking review here:
Oh, Its E not FE ???
It's a shame we can't really post meaningful 100% crops and I've noticed the colour vandalism too so I'd rather take someones word over what's posted here.
From many reports it seems to be a very nice lens. AFAIK it's not 1:1 but that may not matter.
I have their less good but still very good 40mm f1.2 and their opinion splitting 35mm f1.4 which I think is very good with a couple of caveats.
It is a FF lens if that's your worry.
They're the same mount. The only difference is the sensor coverage but this is a full frame lens.
It’s a wonderful lens!
Still waiting for Mr Lens polisher to check his 70-200 lol
Now now, I won't be home until later today
No need to polish my lenses as they are like new lol
Lost the keys to the cabinet, now its been upgraded to armoured glass to stop interference from rampaging children
Are you actually the only other owner of one?!
Nope, pretty sure @jonneymendoza and @dancook may also have one.
Less likely a flying grain of sand would damage a shutter, I imagine. By design they're mechanical and robust. Id rather my shutter facing the elements than my sensor.
Dunno about more modern shutters but the one in my Bessa was very delicate. I was loading film once when it slipped out of my grasp and shot between the shutter blades and that was it... banjaxed by a flying piece of 35mm film.
I asked if this had happened to anyone else and the reply was "Oh yes..."
Again, what happens when the shutter opens? It doesn't make particles disappear.
na i dont have the 70-200 gm. been debating it but i already have the 100-400 GM
Anyways does anyone know where i can buy spare hot shoe cover for my A7r3? I lost mine
edit found one on amazon