Setup And Field Advice You cannot view this unit as you're not logged in yet. Post navigationPrevious post: Intro & Why You Need To Stack – Start HereNext post: Menu Setup 16 thoughts on “Setup And Field Advice” John Tentler October 27, 2020 Hi Steve, I’m struggling with the concept that smaller apertures will make for faster stack sequences. Would apertures at say, f8 or 11 lead to a slower shutter speed an therefore slower stack process? John Reply John Tentler October 27, 2020 OK, I just watched it again and my question is answered: greater DOF will make for fewer frames to get through it. John Reply Raymond Litschgy November 1, 2020 Hi Steve have you heard about Helicon FB Tube it is the automatic focus bracketing tube. I have the D500 or D5 camera’s which do not have focus Stack option so I purchased this tube & this course to do focus stacking. Would I be correct in assuming that settings & techniques presented here are all viable to use with my set-up? It makes sense to me that they would as this tube should do the auto focus portion if I understand this correctly! Any thoughts Thanks Ray Reply Eric Wan December 20, 2020 I am not a native English speaker. Is there any auto English caption generating function in your vimeo video, just like that in Youtube? Thanks. Reply Steve_Perry December 20, 2020 Hi Eric – Unfortunately not. If the course isn’t going to work out, let me know and we can issue a refund. Reply Karl Henry January 7, 2021 I am using a D850 and cannot get the histogram or the exposure bar to show in Live View. Watched the Histogram video a number of times and been all through the menus. Is the D780 screen that much different? Thanks, _Karl Reply Karl Henry January 7, 2021 Never mind. Watched it one more time and figured it out. _Karl Reply Keith Marlowe February 19, 2021 Recently purchases Nikon D780. Struggled with getting answers to problems with Focus Shift that Nikon support didn’t seem able to answer: ie. why camera stopped shooting before full count. You series of videos have answered questions I didn’t even know I had: ie. diffraction. Thank you. Keith Reply Margreet Van Vliet May 13, 2021 Hi Steve, First of all I’d like to say this is a great course. I already have learned a lot about the focus shift function and it works very well with my landscape photography. I have a problem with my 150mm macro Sigma lens. It is an old lens, but AF and it is a HSM lens, so if I understood your lesson well, it should have to work on my Nikon Z7 body. However I have tried several times now, but it doesn’t seem to work. My Nikon Z24-70mm does the job all right, so the setting cannot be the problem. Have you heard of anyone else having this problem? Thanks in advance Margreet Reply Steve May 20, 2021 Sigma has to reverse engineer the AF input for their lenses, so sometimes when there’s a problem with newer bodies. Often updated firmware is necessary, so that’s probably the first step. Reply Ed Alofsen September 10, 2021 Great course, thanks for that. I find a little problem with focus peaking during focus shift shooting. I use my Nikon D850 and has it set-up as explained here. Focus shift shooting requires auto-focus to be switched on. However, focus peaking only seems to work with auto-focus switched off. What am I missing? Thanks in advance Reply Ed Alofsen September 10, 2021 I was too soon with my question. I saw in the field demo that indeed you switch between auto-focus on or off to access either the focus shift function or the focus peaking. Thanks, Ed Reply Samantha Davis September 19, 2021 What if I don’t have “Peaking Highlights” on my D850? On mine, the d10 setting is for LCD Illumination 🙁 Yet oddly enough Peaking Highlight Color is there at d8 on it’s own (instead of under “peaking highlights”). *confused* Reply Samantha Davis September 19, 2021 Never mind lol Reply epaul.thomas September 30, 2021 I have Focus Peaking on my iMenu but I can’t get the sensitivity changed from Off (Z7 II) Reply Steve October 1, 2021 That’s odd – are you using an adapted lens (third party)? Sometimes things like that can through it off. It shouldn’t though. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.