Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by nikon90s, Jun 8, 2004.
I think my d70 has the backfocus issus but it still was able to take this shot, what do you think?
Awesome! Nice sunset. Now, this is a believable sunset!
Very nice! Beautiful colors and I really like the "closeness" of the water in the foreground.
but what do you mean when you said:
Very nice, I like the clouds and the blue saturation of the sky
Back focus explain more please
Well the focus of some of the D70 from Nikon was off, if you look at the sunset can you see anything that is sharp? I know that there was a chance that I might get a bad camera when I ordered it. There is always a chance you will get a bad item that is just life. Now look at the test shot below. I focused on the center part of the shot but the as you can tell the focus is in back of the focus point.
I posted this shot of a few forums and all told me even with user error they could still tell I had a problem. I got the camera from Norman Camera Co. and they are going to get me a new one. Very Good People!!! And Thanks for the nice words about the sun set I like it too...
Have you tried other lenses and focusing manual? Have you adjusted the eye focus?:scratch:
I can focus manually and get a sharp image, but I did not pay $1000 for a camera that I would have to focus all the time. And as for the lenses they are fine I have used them for years on my n90s with no problems. It sucks but what can you do? I will get another one and hope I am not really unlucky. lol
Love the sunset. Everything looks focused beautifully. The only thing I think that could possible make it better is not to center the horizon. I'd lower it next time to get a little more sky. Not to much though...don't want to lose the reflexion. Just my opinion.
Great shot keep up the good work
awesome pic, does ur D70 have a "sunset" setting>? my 8700 does, and it might give you a better auto focus on the backdrop, i failed to use it in my shots, which is why some are blurred in the backdrop, but i will have to use that function next time...but again nice shot
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