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Thanks everyone for comments!

The D tail is one of the kit's omissions... some 2mm in scale and similar in chord are missing, but really visible only side by side with an D. Pity they could not avoid that...

Cheers

Libor

Well, you learn something new every day, never knew the 'G had a different tail. Pity, doesn't seem like the aftermarket has bothered to fix this either. :-( Very nice canopy seal, I like that a lot!

Darren

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Excellent model and photos, Libor. I like the canopy sealing too - very effective and very neatly done.

What is your photographic set up? What equipment do you use?

Regards

Richard C

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Thanks again gents, appreciated!

Richard C: Nikon D5200 with Nikkor 50mm f1.8 lens (or alternatively 18-105mm VR) shot to RAW, then ajusted in the Nikon software, exported to JPG and fine tuning done in Adobe Photoshop.

5000K lights located on sides of the booth plus one from above.

Cheers

Libor

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Thanks Libor for the photographic information. I think I should invest in a trio of 5000K lights. I have also been tempted by the 50mm Nikon lens - so it's good to see it being put to good use (the 1.8 aperture would be very useful for portraits too).

Regards

Richard C

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I can only recommend them, good lights are fundamental, but that's obvious:-) The fixed glass Nikkor is really good, I was quite impressed, it's really good value for the money.

Cheers

Libor

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