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    Have we any Nikon experts about. 300mm prime vr



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    Need to make sure camera is focused properly at distance

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    I dont use Nikon being a Canon fella but ive never needed to make any adjustments to any of my lens's. If you do need to microadjust try the advice on here.

    AF Microadjustment Tips
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    to me one of the joys of a dslr is the ability to use a proper manual focus lens.

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    Depending on the body,you can take test shots and adjust via a setting in the menu.That setting is then stored and used as a default setting whenever the lens is attached.

    Some examples suffered blur at speeds below 1/60

    [UPDATED] Nikon announces new firmware for 300mm F4 VR to fix blur at certain shutter speeds: Digital Photography Review

    For focussing on long shots you can use live view
    Last edited by Jeff G; 15-05-2019 at 16:25.

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    Donít wish to be patronising but do you know about hyperfocal distances?

    For a 300mm lens on a full frame body, with an aperture of f8, for example, the hyperfocal distance is about 375m, meaning that if you focus on a point 375m away, then everything from about 180m to infinity will be sharp enough for practical purposes. If itís not, then the problem is not to do with focusing, but must be something else....

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