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    Here are the settings for D800 on M1-L with Nadir Dapter, Camera Plate U3 same

    LRS is 156mm

    Nikkor 16mm/F2.8 103mm, upper rail not visible.
    Shaved Nikkor 10.5 106mm
    Sigma 8mm/f3.5 113mm

    14-24/f2.8:

    @14 158mm
    @15 157mm
    @16 154mm
    @18 150mm
    @20 147.5mm
    @24 146.5mm

    24-70/F2.8:

    @24 183mm
    @28 176mm
    @35 166mm
    @50 156mm
    @70 155mm

    70-200mm settings will follow.

    Heinz
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    Superb..thanks for that Heinz.......any idea of the LRS with the Nadir adapter the other way round please?
    Btw....the screw arrived today.............thanks...you've been a great help.
    Also, I shot 6 around at 0 degrees, on my 16mm fisheye...I'm sure someone mentioned it's possible with 6 at -7.5 (not inc. n+z of course)
    John
    Last edited by Johnytuono; 09-25-2013 at 01:58 PM.
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    Hi Heinz
    Just re-tested for my 16mm fisheye and I'm nearer to 102mm, I suppose they can all vary slightly? Please see my new thread about LRS setting....could do with some advice please.
    thanks
    John
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    Hi Heinz
    Did you manage to get any settings for the 70-200mm please, it will give me a good starting point.
    Thanks
    John
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    Hi John,

    Settings for D800 M2 RD8II

    70-200mm VRI MFR210 mounted to lens foot, short end of foot set to 40mm on the rail, LRS 136

    @70 118 mm
    @80 103 mm
    @105 86 mm
    @135 46 mm
    @200 22 mm

    M1: 50mm/f1.4 D 71 mm

    Heinz
    Last edited by hindenhaag; 10-15-2013 at 06:58 AM.
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    Thank you Heinz for the info.....was there a reason for swapping the rail round to the opposite side?
    John
    Ah just noticed, you used an M2....would the settings be a lot different you think?

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