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  1. Luc de Schepper

    A manual focus 50mm trip with the Z6

    Yesterday I went on my first serious outing with the 50mm f1.2 AIs on the Z6. Focusing is relatively easy with peaking and zoom function. I didn't write down or remember the specific apertures, sorry about that. 1. 2. 3. 4.
  2. Luc de Schepper

    Bicycle Repair Shop

    I've recently bought a K&F Nikon F to Z adapter for using my manual focus Nikkor lenses on my Nikon Z6. The Nikon FTZ adapter I only use for Auto Focus lenses. For Manual Focus the FTZ is too clunky, I prefer the slim profile of the K&F adapter. And of course the new combo looks quite attractive imo 😊 This image (Z6 + Nikkor 50mm f1.2 AIs) shot with a Fuji X100 @ iso 2.000, 1/15sec handheld. Anyway, today I shot a series of images with the Z6 combined with the golden oldie Nikkor 105mm f2.5 AIs. This image of a Bicycle Repair Shop sign was shot w
  3. Guest

    Shift to manual focusing

    Dear Bjørn, Both on the camera (e.g. Nikon D800) and on AF-S lenses you can shift from autofocus to manual focus. Is there any advantage of using either or both of these options? Kim
  4. I have a few nice Nikon non AI lenses that I use with the nikon F2. I got an adaptor for the OM-D for use with Nikon F-mount lenses and I'm really happy with how those old lenses perform on the OM-D. My only issue has been with focusing. It's very hard to focus from just looking through the viewfinder. Using magnifying view is awkward as it involves pressing a button for magnifying, pressing it again for getting out of magnifying view, recomposing, exposing and shooting. If whatever you tr to photograph moves around it's damn near impossible. A while back I got a tip on using "Art filter 11-2
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