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Coolpix 8400 w /Nikon wide glass converter

Larry E30

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Larry E30 Silver Member Donor Ribbon awarded for his generous support to the Fundraising Campaign 2014 Nikonian since 27th May 2009
Tue 05-Feb-13 02:39 PM | edited Tue 05-Feb-13 02:43 PM by Larry E30

This shot taken with this set up ...but compair to

Panasonic GH1 w/ 7-14mm simmilar shot ...notice the fun distortion of the 7-14 compair to much of a lack there of here with 8400 set up.

Sure - I could do a more exact test - but I truly believe the 7-14 has more distorted distortion...

See Panasonic here ;

https://www.nikonians.org/forums/dcboard.php?az=show_topic&forum=160&topic_id=12200&mesg_id=12200&page=

Larry

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Larry E30 Silver Member Donor Ribbon awarded for his generous support to the Fundraising Campaign 2014 Nikonian since 27th May 2009
Sun 17-Feb-13 05:16 PM | edited Sun 17-Feb-13 05:18 PM by Larry E30

Hi Nikonian - good news - I'm keeping this camera/not selling it...

and I desided to make a secondary Delux P+S system,by adding my P7000 to it.!
Keep converter glass on (FX eqv. of 17mm -28mm)and the P7000 for 28mm-200mm.
( My primary P+S system = Panasonic GH1w/7-14mm and Canon SX 40 HS...
for FX eqv. of 14-840mm)

I will go out to shoot,hopefully soon(I'm having alot of trouble with my right leg)

Even though this 8400 is quite aged now...it's still a super set up.

The P7000 ,was bearly a pocketable ... so I desided to go this way.

A very happy Nikonian day to all ,

Larry

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