Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Nikon 10.5mm

How to "Shave" Your Nikon 10.5mm Lens from singaporevr.com
Removing the lens hood of my Nikon 10.5mm lens is something that took quite a bit of courage. Especially since I still remember paying SG$1,150 for it several years back. Now that I have upgraded to an FX (full frame) camera, I did not want my old DX fisheye to become obsolete. I thus embarked on a journey to convert my DX lens into an FX lens. Take a look at the ‘before & after’ shots.



Then saw away… SLOWLY ! ! ! Use your thumb to help guide the saw. I cut my nails flat just for this project. The saw cuts through the plastic very easily so you do not need all your macho strength to do this job. Take it slow and steady.


The pieces of the hood come off really easily and all that is left after that is to file off any rough edges and to clean off any stray particles. I used a can of compressed air to blow the whole lens clean. That’s it… my DX lens is now and FX lens. It works perfectly.

Monday, May 23, 2011

Fuji Provia 100

Glas Bheinn Mhor and Ben Starav Shot on Fuji Provia 100, Nikon FM2N + 28mm Series E Lens

Floors Eventing 2011

Nikon D200, 70-300mm VR panned at 1/60th f11 Iso 200