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Vibration, microscope, "live-view". First look.
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canonian



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PostPosted: Fri Nov 26, 2010 3:24 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Rik,
I am new to this matter I'm still reading and trying to catch up in this forum, not noticing the date of Charles' post. A lot can happen in a short time.
Followed your procedure, set the camera on Manual and 5 sec exposure and really did hear the destinctive "zing" followed by a "whack-clunk 5 secs later.
Even considered to add a soundbyte of the test in this post but that seemed silly.

Charles,
Thank you for pointing out the not-so-descriptive-clip from the manual, I would have never connect the dots without this help.

This give me hope that all will end well.
I'll soon find out when the rig is complete (still looking for that populair Nikon CFI Plan microscope objective) and hope to post my photo's soon.

_________
Fred
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 26, 2010 4:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

canonian wrote:
...not noticing the date of Charles' post. A lot can happen in a short time.

Yes, things change very fast! It was certainly not a problem that you overlooked the date -- I just pointed it out to help explain.

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Followed your procedure, set the camera on Manual and 5 sec exposure and really did hear the destinctive "zing" followed by a "whack-clunk 5 secs later.

Thanks for the confirmation. You will be very pleased by how well this feature works with continuous illumination.

--Rik
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