andrbar

andrbar

Lives in France Marseille, France
Works as a International Trade Teacher
Joined on Mar 1, 2004
About me:

Minolta A2
Nikon D40
Nikon D90
Nikon V1

Nikon 18-200 VR
Nikon 35/1.8
Sigma 17-50 2.8 OS HSM
Nikon P7100
Nikon 1 10-30 VR
Nikon 1 30-110 VR
Nikon 1 18.5 1.8
Nikon FT1

andrbar's recent activity

  • No problem, Tord Sorry to hear about your accident. I feel concerned, as I'm a motobiker myself. But I'm luckier than you: no accident. I hope it will go on. I'm 64, and weight is a concern too. ...
  • Yes, that's what I'm thinking too: the 32/1.2 is a high quality glass, and you have to pay for it. I just wanted to warn the OP that you cannot get similar results with the FT1 and 35/1.8. Yes, I know.
  • Tord, I always appreciate your posts here in the N1 forum. But this is the first time I find you are a bit condescending. I don't know who you replied at, but yes, I bought my V1 for 1/3 of the ...
  • Yes, Dan, I have removed the battery, and tried to reset the factory defaults. No need to apologize. I appreciate very much that you try to help. Yes, exactly: a sensor/diode allows to switch one ...
  • Thanks Nung for the link. Very interesting. It shows all tested DX lenses are very soft when mounted on the FT1 and used wide open (except the 40/2.8). For me, that partially ruins the purpose of ...
  • Not so good, IMO.The 35 1.8 DX with FT1 gives poor image quality wide open, at least my copy. I don't use it any more for concerts: the 30-110, while much slower (3.8 at 30mm), gives better results.
  • Only one word: fantastic! I'm so glad to look at pictures like these. I must confess I'm a bit bored by BIFs and 70-300 CX pictures (no offence intended against our birders here at the N1 forum). T ...
  • Nathaniel, I think it's light, or the distance from the "subject" (eye, finger, or anything else) . When I turn the camera on, the LCD works. It works as long as I don't block the sensor. As soon ...
  • Sorry for my mistake. I wanted to post another version, but I forgot the picture! No need to post my version now, as yours is exactly the same. I prefer this new version. It adds some abstraction. ...
  • Replied in V1 in a cave.
    Not bad at all, indeed. Thanks for sharing. Maybe you could play with contrast to get a more "strange" effect...
  • OK. I see. Thank you for the clarification. Keep on the good work.
  • I like them. But the 1st is by far my favourite. Really nice. But...how do you know this guy is a bohemian?
  • Replied in Talking
    Nice serie. There is always something interesting in your pictures. Thanks for sharing.
  • The pictures are excellent. But they make me a bit sad...Not sure if that was your intention.
  • I agree with David. I would not put the sun in the center of the picture. But the picture is very nice as it is. The 6.7-13 is the one of main reasons why I could stay with the N1 system.
  • Nice pictures. #5 is my favourite (but I'm not sure about your numbering: I suppose the first is #0). I don't understand why you use iso400 for some pictures. Was it on purpose, or just because you ...
  • Come on Joe, admit it!!! Photoshop is a very nice tool, we all know that :-):-):-) Lol! that's really funny.
  • Again, excellent set, Joe. Thanks for sharing. From a technical point of view, yes, the V3 sensor produces noise, unfortunately, as soon as you try to bring back the shadows. I suppose that's what ...
  • Hi Michel, I think Active D lightning works only with matrix metering, at least on the P7100. I suspect it's the same with all Nikons. But I'm not sure. Cheers
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