Napioa - Wind Origins

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Nov
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comment What is a “small” aperture?
How far can you go with f stops? f/64? f/128?
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Oct
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revised How do you calculate the focal multiplier of a non-full frame camera?
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Oct
13
comment How do you calculate the focal multiplier of a non-full frame camera?
Thank you for your post, Alan. But, can you please format it a bit, for readability? Thank you!
Oct
13
comment How do you calculate the focal multiplier of a non-full frame camera?
@inkista No worries, I've been behind with "the times" too, up until recently when I decided to upgrade. Thank you for your link, it's very good and informative :-)
Oct
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comment How do you calculate the focal multiplier of a non-full frame camera?
@inkista I'm talking about the 16-35mm f4 which I've found for about US$1000, not the f2.8. But I will check your link. I was thinking that I don't need that extra stop when shooting landscape.
Oct
13
accepted How do you calculate the focal multiplier of a non-full frame camera?
Oct
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comment How do you calculate the focal multiplier of a non-full frame camera?
I'm not necessarily looking for a "standard" zoom and have searched around a bit since posting the question and it does seem that the 16-35mm would be a good lens, since it fits my budget and is "significantly" (I would say) wider than my Sony.
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Jan
6
comment Can you reprint photos off a roll of film?
@ths Thanks for letting me know! Will definitely try with a lot more courage now.
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Jan
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comment Can you reprint photos off a roll of film?
@dav1dsm1th Thank you for your comment!
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accepted Can you reprint photos off a roll of film?
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comment Can you reprint photos off a roll of film?
Ok, well the film is quite old and I was a child back then, so I didn't personally take the film, but thank you for your answer! It makes sense now. Funny enough I've never been to a photo lab to develop film and I'm not sure they exist anymore (in this tiny town I live in).
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asked Can you reprint photos off a roll of film?
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