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  1. Nikon d700 with 24-85 1:2.8-4d

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    Any info would be good, im waiting on my NN5 and looking forward to getting it out for a shoot
  2. Re: Nikon d700 with 24-85 1:2.8-4d

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    What info do you want?



    Badders
  3. Re: Nikon d700 with 24-85 1:2.8-4d

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    settings for attaching the camer aand lens to the nn5? cheers don
  4. Re: Nikon d700 with 24-85 1:2.8-4d

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    sorry is it the nnp point for this lens and camera combination,
    also what do the detent rings doo?? i have no idea at this stage??
    cheerrs donald
  5. Re: Nikon d700 with 24-85 1:2.8-4d

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    This should help you find them for yourself:

    http://nodalninja.com/forum/index.php?topic=696.0

    It's really quite easy to do - the NN5 user manual explains what you do. It will take you no more than 10-15 mins to set it exactly. The detent rings allow you to set the noumber of click stops for a full 360 degree rotation. the numner of click stops you need dpends on the field of view of your lens as you need a 20-30% overlap between frames for a good stitch.



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  6. Re: Nikon d700 with 24-85 1:2.8-4d

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    Badders thank you again, i worked it out with the detent rings, simple when you read the book,
    and i have wored out how to set the point for no parrallex
    thank you very much for the help
    cheers don
  7. Re: Nikon d700 with 24-85 1:2.8-4d

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    Ok found out what the problem was with finding the pupil entry point.I was always pretty close but the canon photostich software was not up to the job. i have now trialed PTGui and found the panoramics marry together very well with that software
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