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What color is it when you turn on you Bushnell binoculars? I think this Bushnell 26-3150 is a digital NV devise that uses CCTV image tube. In other words, it not anolog operation, but uses a digital devise to convert the iit (image intensifier tube) analog signal to a digital signal. There are advantages using digital signal, increase pixel rate, low power comsuption, etc. stewbison. Call Bushnell Night Vision and listen what they have say on this matter. stewbison.

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Hi, I have a Nikon d5000. Love it. Lately, when I put on the zoom lens--Nikon DX AF-S Nikkor 55-200mm 1:4-5 6G ED, and try to take a picture it will not let me. I have it on auto-focus, zoom out


Hi Anna,

In order for your Nikon to auto focus correctly, you need to have several things:

First - focus indicator. In your viewfinder, locate it on the bottom row of the status information bar; you should see a small, green circle in the left-most position. This will BLINK when you partially depress the shutter release (or back button focus - depending how you focus your D5000) whenever the subject is OUT of focus. It will switch to "STEADY ON" when the subject is IN focus. Please note that you will not be able to release the shutter any time it is blinking unless you make a change to the setting that will allow you to release the shutter when the camera is out of focus (not recommended).

Second - light. You must have enough light entering the camera for it to detect areas of different contrast on the selected focus point. If there is not enough light there is too little contrast for the camera to autofocus and no matter how close or how far (and everywhere between) the focus is set resulting in the camera "hunting" near and far to find it. The green circle will not stop blinking. Have you tried in a well lit room or outdoors in daylight?

Third - minimum focus distance. All lenses have a minimum focus distance. Acording to Nikon, yours is rated at 3.6' (1.1m) (see: http://www.nikonusa.com/en/Nikon-Products/Product/Camera-Lenses/AF-S-DX-VR-Zoom-Nikkor-55-200mm-f%252F4-5.6G-IF-ED.html for full specs on this lens). This means your subject needs to be at least 3.6' away to be able to focus on it - manually or aut0matically - it makes no difference. There are lenses that do "very close" focussing that are called "Macro" (but curiously Nikon branded versions of these lenses are called "Micro"), that are also telephoto lenses. Your lens is not a macro/micro type.

Lastly - operational equipment. It is possible that there is an issue with the D5000 camera body or lens (or even both). Try another lens to see it it works as expected. No other lens? Go to camera store with your camera and lens and "shop" for a new lens. Ask to try it out in the store and see if it it works. Maybe the counterperson will identify another issue with your set up.

I hope this helps & good luck!

Oct 05, 2014 | Nikon D5000 Digital Camera

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Is the Raynox DCR 250 compatible with 75-300mm Canon lens?


Have a look at this page for discussion about this adapter. Depending on the lens you're using it with - the DOF can be extremely shallow and make focusing difficult. If you're in Auto Focus mode - try switching to manual and see if you can get better results.

Good luck!

Aug 21, 2012 | Canon EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6 II Lens

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How to replace the lenses for oakley spike


I did the following... step by step, if you have any questions, please ask. - I placed the sunglasses perpendicular to me. One if the lenses will be close to you, while the other should be farther away.
-I grabbed the farthest lens from your body with both hands. Placing your left had on the left side and your right and on the right side. One had is on the bottom of the lens, while the other is on the top of the lens. It does not matter which hand is on the bottom or top.
-I grabbed the top and bottom of the frame, pulling away from the lens. At the same time I pushed with my fingers (that should be on the inside of the lenses) and pressed the lens out (on the lens closest to the nose pieces). You will hear a very faint "pop" when the lens clears the frame.
-Then slide the lens out by grabbing the part that is out of the frame that is close to the nose piece
-To put the new ones in, position the sunglasses the same way and put the replacement lens in the sunglasses, starting with the edge near the ear pieces.
-Pull the top and bottom of the frame out and push the replacement lens into place.
If you have any questions, please ask. If I can clarify anywhere, let me know.
Good luck.
And once you do this,could you please leave me feedback and vote on my answer?
Thank you very much,
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Mar 17, 2011 | Oakley Spike Sunglasses

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What size lens do i need for this camera?


You just need any Minolta AF mount lens. Sony Alpha lenses also physically fit as Sony inherited the Minolta lens mount when they bought the company, but as they are a later development not all will be electronically compatible.

The size of the lens depends upon the focal length of the lens and you choose that according to how wide a field of view you desire. Typical lenses are 28 and 35mm wide angles, 50mm "standard" (approximately the same perspective of how the human eyeball sees images), 70 to 90mm short telephoto lenses (a narrower perspective and very good for portraits) and higher numbers are narrower perspective telephoto lenses for viewing increasingly distant objects. In practice, the available lenses will be incorporated into zoom lenses which incorporate a seamless range of focal lengths within one single model. The word "zoom" reflects the fact that you can seamlessly change from say 28mm wide angle through to 80mm short telephoto and every single setting between them

Any zoom which starts at less than 50mm and finishes in the short telephoto range is called a standard zoom and is the lens that most autofocus cameras were supplied with. The next most common size will be something like a 70-200mm which is a telephoto zoom (or tele zoom) and takes you from a portrait lens to a genuine 5x magnification telephoto. You may also find so-called "super zooms" which do the whole job on one, for example 28-200mm. but the more jobs a single lens tries to do, the bigger and bulkier it becomes and the image quality deteriorates due to poorer contrast and greater image distortion at each end of the zoom range.

This is not an exhaustive answer, as there are entire books on the subject, but hopefully it's been of help to you.

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Feb 18, 2011 | Minolta Maxxum 400si 35mm SLR Camera

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I have a Bausch & Lomb Criterion, Model 4000 Telescope purchased in middle '80s. Also states Bushnell, Div of B&L. Front lense appears to be purplish and not a clear as when new. Is this...


The front lens is multi-coated on PURPOSE! You do not want a telescope with an uncoated main lens. This coating increases light throughput --

Oct 05, 2010 | Bausch and Lomb Optics

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Viewfinder and lcd show menu items etc. but no lenses view, it's as if the lenses cap was on thats all I see


Sounds like your shutter is stuck closed.
On this model the shutter is closed over the lens when it is switched off. have a look at yours before you switch it on.
could be electrical failure (bad connection) or the most common problem of moisture residue sticking the shutter leafs together.
Try fresh batteries and turn the camera on and off a few times to see if it clears. If not then it will have to be cleared manually ( strip down)

Jan 22, 2010 | Fuji FinePix S1000FD Digital Camera

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How do you use it ...in laymans terms....settings etc. thanks


Your question ( in laymans terms) is unclear! But I will make a guess as to what it is you ask.

The 100-400mm is the focal length of the lens, To use it it has to be attached to the camera It it is capable of focusing clearly on an object at its maximum output as well as its minimum. At its maximum focus it can perhaps ( depending on optical quality) bring an object 4-5 Kilometers into clear view. Most lenses have a zoom factor and a focus ring. Experimentation with the lens will be a better way of defining what improvements it has over a standard 50mm lens

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Sep 12, 2009 | Canon Cameras

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Double vision


take it into an outdoor shop and they can check the mirror alignment, seems that it may have "altered' itself

Jun 22, 2009 | Zeiss Classic B/GA 524013 Binocular

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When i turn on the camera the lens wont pop open even when the battery is fully charged.... i was taking pictures and it working fine turn the camera off and on again then the lens wont open anymore? i can...


The problem is
1- some dirt somehow got on the outside of the lense. After it was retracted fully in, it prevents the camera from opening again. When you turn it on, if it opens a little bit, try to pull it out NOT too hard and let go a few times. If it opened, clear the outside of the lense. Your camera should be back to normal.
2- If you droped the camera, you probably damaged or dislocated a mechanical part of the lense. You may have to take out the lense by unscrewing it and inspect it for damged parts or disconnected cable. Make sure clean the lense and test it by moving it in and out a few times, before puting it back on the camera.

Good luck!!!!!!!

Jun 10, 2009 | Sony Cyber-shot DSC-N2 Digital Camera

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Finepix s9500


you haven't knocked the dioptre adjustment wheel onto a different setting by mistake by any chance? it's to the left of the viewfinder

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