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fires1

pinellas park, US
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"Shooting bank issues"

fires1 Registered since 04th Oct 2011
Sat 02-Feb-13 05:31 PM | edited Sat 02-Feb-13 06:13 PM by fires1

Thanks to the excel spreadsheet posted here, I set up 2 banks. After shooting several in bank A and Bank B, (different configurations) I noticed bank B at 100% crop were significantly better, than bank A. (focus, sharper especially at the edges, could see the difference without cropping, bank A softer throughout the entire image) So I changed all the settings in Bank A to match bank B. Same results. I double checked settings. My testing was done real life, no charts. 800 on a tripod, mup, and remote. Using Nikon 24-85. Tried 3 focus ranges , 24, 50 an 70. All the same result. B blows away A. Any thoughts? Have not set up C or D, till I figure out what is going on.

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