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Clynt Garnham

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About Clynt Garnham

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    24 May 2003
  1. Sorry everyone!!! I've just found the 'Navigation' weapon and that allows you to 'move' around the image.
  2. Hello I've trying out Capture One 7 Express and I'm liking the interface and features very much. As an avid Aperture user I had hoped for a lupe in Capture One to view the image at 100% and to be able to 'move' around the image. It looks like there is no lupe in Capture One but you can view at 100% or higher, but I can't seem to be able to 'move' around the image to cheek sharpness in different areas. If anyone is using Capture One 7 Express and there is away of 'moving' around the image at 100% please let me know. Many Thanks, Clynt Garnham.
  3. Yes happy days my friend...enjoy it and shoot the hell out of it, I had the 35-70 2.8 for 20 years and then the 24-70, sharp as a knife and great on a D700 and D800 and what ever other Nikon you can match it with. Have fun and don't forget the flowers for the wife!
  4. I've been shooting with the D800 for 6 months now and really love it. Wanted a D600 as a replacement but with so many stories like David's out there I went for the D800 and shoot a lot of the times on 1.2 crop giving 25.1mp almost like a D600. Also working with a X100 and the shoots you can get with that are also fantastic, people don‘t take a second look when shooting street or where you shouldn't like boarder controls etc. If Nikon have sorted out the 'dirty' D600 then the picture quality is right up there if not it's got to be the beast! a D800 with good glass of cause...
  5. The 24-70 G2.8 is the sharpest tool in the box, the 24-120 dose not come close!
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