sigma 10-20mm f3.5 enw lens settings on Nodal Ninja MKII

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  1. sigma 10-20mm f3.5 enw lens settings on Nodal Ninja MKII

    #1

    Hi

    i'm very new here but
    have ordered a lens a sigma 10-20mm f.3.5 and
    i have see the settings list on the site but i found this

    Sony


    A700 SLR


    Sigma 10-20mm


    10mm


    NN3 - 44
    NN3 w/CP - 54
    NN5 w/CP - 50


    95

    Sony


    A700 SLR


    Sigma 10-20mm


    20mm


    NN3 - 44
    NN3 w/CP - 54
    NN5 w/CP - 50


    so i also have a sony but a a350 exept of an A700
    buth the setting above are for the older lens of sigma the 10-20mm f4-5.6
    could these settings be the same as the new lens 10-20mm f3.5?

    i'll hope you guys could help me out

    thx

    Sven from Belgium
  2. Re: sigma 10-20mm f3.5 enw lens settings on Nodal Ninja MKII

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    Hi Sven,

    let us suppose the distance lens flange - sensorplane for your different models are the same because sony would not change the autofocus module for every camera. The distance for Sony Alpha is 44.6mm.

    You have to check the distance lensflange - tripod mount of the different models. If it is the same, your are ok and can use the settings of the A700. Otherwise, railsetting minus distance A700 plus distance A350.

    Concerning the sigma lens i did not find the settings till now. But i am afraid that the settings for th new lens differ from the ones from the old one, cause of different lenses and might be construction. But i would try the old settings first. Otherwise go to camera settings on this site and go to John's Tutorial to find your nnp.

    Heinz
  3. Re: sigma 10-20mm f3.5 enw lens settings on Nodal Ninja MKII

    #3

    HI,

    if i have the new lens i will try the settings
    otherwise i will make the settings on my own
    with the use of finding the non parallax point in the tutorials
    and post them on the settings page

    thx

    Sven
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