Question about Sigma EM-140 for Nikon TTL Ring Light Flash
I bought a Nikon D600 to upgrade from an old D100. The D600 does not recognise the Sigma Ring flash , if I turn the camera on first and then the flash. However if I turn the flash on first and then the camera it does recognise it . I never had that issue with the D100 . I dont understand why I am having the recognition issue with the D600 . Could you please offer possible explanation ??
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: dust inside my sigma lens
Zoom lenses are kind of like a tire pump. They will draw air in (and out) when zoomed. The longer the throw of the zoom, the more air moved. You can try Sigma, they may cover it, but...
A small amount of dust should have no effect on the quality of your images, but I would be concerned about it being transferred to your camera's image sensor over time. ( I assume you are using the lens on a digital body )
Posted on Oct 02, 2008
This lens has a motor fitted to it to work on a D60 have you moved the A/M switch to M if not the lens is faulty and will need repair
Posted on Jan 01, 2010
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