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Old Oct 6, 2010, 3:32 PM   #1
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Took some quick photos today to check out the repairs to my K7, and lenses. Looks like CRIS did a good job calibration my auto-focus on my K7. The lens now focuses much faster, and more accurately. It now has no trouble focusing at infinity! All of these were shot with the kit lens. I'll check out the De-centering issue on my 55-300 tomorrow.
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Old Oct 6, 2010, 7:42 PM   #2
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Looks darn good to me.
The grasshopper is fantastic!
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Old Oct 6, 2010, 8:27 PM   #3
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Thanks. I really see a big difference now. This weekend I hope to do some serious shooting. So far I'm much happier with my K7 setup.
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Wow -- very impressive. Focus and exposure all both spot-on.
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Looking at the wood it's on... is that grasshopper seriously more than two inches long???? (shudder) Nice shots, though!!
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Looks like they did good.

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is that grasshopper seriously more than two inches long???? (shudder)
Yes. It is a Lubber Grasshopper. They are big, colorful, and smelly, but they are flightless (they use their small wings in courtship), so they can't fly at your head, like other grasshoppers can!

Glad to see that the servicing turned out well.
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Yes. It is a Lubber Grasshopper. They are big, colorful, and smelly, but they are flightless (they use their small wings in courtship), so they can't fly at your head, like other grasshoppers can!

Glad to see that the servicing turned out well.
Yes, I'm glad that ordeal is over with. It turned out very well though. So glad the camera came back in perfect physical shape as well. Very happy so far.
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