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Adjusted Lens Results

Discussion in 'Photos and Videos' started by Forrestt, Jul 16, 2016.

  1. Forrestt

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    Here is a shot I took late yesterday eve from western North Carolina. I recently re-adjusted the factory lens in my CGO3+ and have to say it made an improvement. Not by leaps and bounds but none the less an improvement.
     

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    That sky looks really nice.
     
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    Thank you! And I agree 150% with your quote. ;)
     
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    Nice job adjusting, looks fine all around Forrestt !;)
     
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    Thank you sir.
     
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    Is that picture untouched? If so that's pretty good.
     
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  7. Forrestt

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    No post work.
     
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    what kind of adjusting did you do to your lens?
     
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    Removed enough of the epoxy to loosen the factory lens and then re-adjusted focus. Only used my St16 monitor for getting what I hoped was proper focus and it ended up being somewhat better. At least IMO.
     
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    Fantastic results Forrestt. Well done mate.
     
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    Thanks!
     
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    Grat picture!
     
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  13. Forrestt

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    Thank you!
     
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    Looks great.
     
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    Thanks so much!
     
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    What did you use to focus on and how far away?
     
  17. Forrestt

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    I looked at treelines along the mountains that are appx .5 mile away. I tried to balance out everything in the frame to have the same amount of sharpness. I suppose the fact I have been a photographer for 20 yrs helps a bit with knowing when focus is achieved too. ;)