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  1. #1
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    My first Z50 Bunny

    My first Z50 Bunny
    It wasn't there at the start of my shooting, I didn't change lenses but in the space of 58 images it was there, hope its not going to be regular.

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    Re: My first Z50 Bunny

    With the Z6 the sensor clean cycle is pretty rigorous and it shakes the stuff off the sensor without having to use the Rocket blower as much. I curious if the Z50 is as effective or if it is more like the DSLR sensor cleaning cycle.
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    Re: My first Z50 Bunny

    Nice stuff, the focus on the second is dead on but it looks like the first one is noticeably out of focus.
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    Re: My first Z50 Bunny

    Quote Originally Posted by Danno View Post
    With the Z6 the sensor clean cycle is pretty rigorous and it shakes the stuff off the sensor without having to use the Rocket blower as much. I curious if the Z50 is as effective or if it is more like the DSLR sensor cleaning cycle.
    The Z50 doesn't have sensor clean, i was one that said it didn't need it
    Mike

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    Sigma 100-400, Sigma 105mm macro
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    Re: My first Z50 Bunny

    Quote Originally Posted by STM View Post
    Nice stuff, the focus on the second is dead on but it looks like the first one is noticeably out of focus.
    Yes i know i just used it as it was the first one with sky and no bunny
    Mike

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