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Couple of IR's from Stavanger

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All of a sudden the "Menu" on my D3100 came back to life and I can now adjust settings (more easily).

Here's a pic made with the 85/1.8G.


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As I am D800-less these days the little IR-machine will have to get to work more.

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Stenrasmussen, I like the 18-55mm image, quite nice. I like that structural frame also.

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Cool that the 3100 regained its menus. Probably some minor misalignment that eventually self-adjusted. Well, either that or forces of magic at work.....

The structural/cloud assembly is interesting - the thirds are intriguing me.

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