Lunch atop a (Springfield) skyscraper

Lunch atop a (Springfield) skyscraper
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So, I think it is lens flare and, no, that does not mean that there should be thousands of other images with the same flare. The flare can be caused by a few different things including flaws in the glass, substances on the surfaces, scratches in the coating, etc. Issues with the surface of various optics are usually not that big of deal, there's a blog post ...


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All I know is that Nikons seem to be very sensitive when it comes to memory cards.My D810 won't accept anything other than an at least a "6" rated full size SD card. It won't accept micro sd's in a converter no matter what!


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Is there a sensor in there that I may have damaged and this is giving the false reading? There is a contact switch in the SD card socket that detects the presence of a seated card. This switch is part of the SD card socket assembly. It is possible that some of the debris plastic has become lodged behind the switch, preventing the switch from moving when ...



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