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comment How to fix a Nikon 100mm f/2.8 Series E lens not being properly recognized on a D300?
....yes, of course... Thank you :)
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comment How to fix a Nikon 100mm f/2.8 Series E lens not being properly recognized on a D300?
@ruffp:My bad, it is a 100mm, sorry for the inconvenience.
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comment How to compare “on the paper” the bigness of the viewfinder?
It's hard to trust those numbers as they seem to include the coverage, and as it's said "Magnification is a relative measure which compares the size of what we see through the viewfinder to what we would be seeing without looking through a viewfnder". So whatever the coverage is 100% or 10%, it's not because you only see a small percentage of something that the said something size is different. Same thing for the crop factor : take a lilltle window, and zoom whatever is displayed into that window, the size of the window will remain the same. And what I want to find is that Window's size.
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comment How to compare “on the paper” the bigness of the viewfinder?
@JohnCavan:yes, but when you have a new dslr in the hands, you automatically feel that it is better than yours, even if this is not correct. When differences are subtile, an "on the paper" basis comparison can be helpfull.