Napioa - Wind Origins

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answered What is the shape of the focal plane?
Feb
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answered For those that can afford fancy teleprimes is it preferred to use AF or MF for birds?
Jan
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comment What adapter do I need to mount an old Minolta lens to a Canon EOS camera?
note also that adapter with glass are likely to degrade the image quality...
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answered improve clarity of my picture
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Jan
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reviewed Reviewed Is there a way to control my Nikon camera from laptop?
Jan
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comment What can be done about sloppy cut negatives?
The "High resolution" scans are performed on the full roll, cutting the roll being the last operation of the negative handling. You probably need something like the Nikon Super CoolScan 5000 ED (or a modern equivalent) which has a support for individual positive (without frame) then some gimp's job
Jan
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answered How do I turn off the BULB and LIVE TIME mode of my OLYMPUS OM-D EM-5?
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answered How to take long exposure photos in the daytime?
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answered Why don't cameras provide you with DOF information?
Dec
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answered Practical difference between TTL and flash sensor
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answered Can old film lenses like Tamron be used with modern DSLRs?
Oct
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comment Is it practical and worthwhile to fit old SLR lenses to mirrorless digital cameras?
@Esa Paulasto - I have tested today the OM E1 with my contax lenses. The optical viewfinder is good enough to focus (without using the magnification) even better: in low light (as example when you close the lense to gain in DOF) the viewfinder will rise the lightness making easier to focus on it than on the optical viewfinder of my E620
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answered Why is the Rule of Thirds rarely followed in macro?
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