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May
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accepted Can't see exposure indicator in viewfinder on Nikon D7000
May
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comment Can't see exposure indicator in viewfinder on Nikon D7000
@V.B Exactly. But I'm quite sure that it was shown in those modes too. Then I was fiddling with some setting and it disappeared...
May
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comment Can't see exposure indicator in viewfinder on Nikon D7000
@Itai no I didn't. If I do only the horizon will show up. Now I can't see the indicator at all
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revised Can't see exposure indicator in viewfinder on Nikon D7000
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asked Can't see exposure indicator in viewfinder on Nikon D7000
Mar
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accepted Image quality when using the same lens on 16Mpix vs 24Mpix
Mar
12
comment Image quality when using the same lens on 16Mpix vs 24Mpix
Astonishing answer! Thank you very much
Mar
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comment Image quality when using the same lens on 16Mpix vs 24Mpix
@mattdm It's not an exact duplite... But really, where is the borderline where lenses cannot handle 24Mpix?
Mar
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asked Image quality when using the same lens on 16Mpix vs 24Mpix
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comment How to calculate distance from a subject to get the same field of view with different lenses?
Thanks... I'm sorry for the duplicate question, I haven't found the original one when searching...
Jan
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accepted How to calculate distance from a subject to get the same field of view with different lenses?
Jan
14
comment How to calculate distance from a subject to get the same field of view with different lenses?
@BartArondson This equation occured to me too but I haven't found any proof that it's correct so I rather asked here...
Jan
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asked How to calculate distance from a subject to get the same field of view with different lenses?