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Yes, first really decent day of the year. I was just down there with the dog; the coot was swimming about in the lake while 'er indoors was on the nest.

 

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It's a great shame that I can't post the originals here, seem to always get resized sad.png

 

Anyway glorious sun, 7D + 400mm/f5.6 (plus spaniel dancing around my heels). IS would be nice on this lens at times, also I wonder where my Manfrotto monopod is?

 

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I'm waiting for the sun now, still bloody raining sad.png

 

Having just booked flight and car to visit the rock in June I may well bring it with me.

 

I thought one of the major selling points for the 7d is that it is weather proofed :-)

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Yes, first really decent day of the year. I was just down there with the dog; the coot was swimming about in the lake while 'er indoors was on the nest.

 

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Erm. Tell us again..... why are you moving back to the rock?

 

Buy a house, put up some Aerials, grow some vegetables and retire.

 

Switzerland is f**king expensive, I mean seriously so.

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Hope you folks won't mind me posting here, as a Newbie, as I don't know how to start a new thread and I need to pick the brains of all you wonderful EOS 7d users. (Mods, please let me know if I'm breaking some rule or other - thanks)

I bought a nearly new 7d recently from a friend of a friend who was upgrading to full-frame.

Problem I have is it won’t lock the focus, it just keeps seeking and seeking and won’t let me take a photo. Really don’t want to have to go back to focussing manually, but other people are snapping away next to me, all I can hear is whirr, rattle, whirr as this thing constantly seeks the correct focus. Lenses work fine on older (350d) bodies, just not on the 7d.

Do I need to upgrade my lenses, get the 7d body fixed, or could it be the settings?
Any advice would be invaluable – thanks.

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