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bio website flickr.com/people/tonycro
location Cambridge, United Kingdom
age 41
visits member for 1 year, 10 months
seen Oct 5 '13 at 19:54

balding engineer :o)

interested in astrophotography and movement - both freezing it showing it.


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revised Is it the lens or is it the camera producing a black blob on every photo?
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comment Is it the lens or is it the camera producing a black blob on every photo?
good spot :o) well done
May
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comment Is it the lens or is it the camera producing a black blob on every photo?
the op didn't say and I admit to the assumption of them having more than one lens ........ but the question was how to determine which is at fault. My answer gives the solution; therefore I deem it to be helpful. If he has a single lens, well then the trial can be done with lens fitted and repeated without. Not sure that changing the focal length would offer any solution, of course you're making the assumption of a zoom and not a prime lens !
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answered Is it the lens or is it the camera producing a black blob on every photo?
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answered What software should I use to create a slideshow with music?
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revised Do you still need an ultra wide angle if you can now stitch images?
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May
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answered Do you still need an ultra wide angle if you can now stitch images?
May
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comment Which tracking motor to use for low-end wide-angle astrophotography?
second that comment, if you search flickr you'll find groups that specialise in this and help with motor/gearing selection for the drive but manual can be very effective.
May
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answered Blending several images together
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answered How is the F stop number derived?
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answered Using a battery grip as a back up battery
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answered Best settings for a daytime timelapse
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answered How can I easily convert a large number of pictures from RAW to scaled down JPG?
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answered Reducing noise in very high ISO photos
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comment Why my “action” shots are blurry even shooting on AF-C, is this a lens or camera limitation?
I agree, but some lens do have a 'panning' function (canon EF L 300F4 for example) that stabilise in one plane only. IF this is the case it is either worth moving onto this function or turning it off completely.