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Where can I find a mechanical drawing of the Canon EF Mount? If you mean one published by Canon, you won't. They consider such information proprietary. You'll either need to measure and 'reverse engineer' the pieces yourself or find someone else who has - and is willing to share their results with you. With the ubiquity of the Canon EF system, you'd ...


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Canon (sort of) addresses this in the Knowledge Base article All EF and EF-S mount lenses are compatible, in which they say in part: However, contrary to popular belief, these companies are not "licensed" to produce these lenses; instead, their designers must basically take apart and analyze EOS cameras and lenses, and then "reverse-engineer" them to fit ...


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It would make more sense to import using PhotoMechanic, do your cull there, then place your selects into a folder that Lightroom watches for import into Lightroom (and creation of XMP, etc., post-cull). You can have Lr move rather than copy your selects, which will spare you the extra file write (provided you're not paranoid, of course - if the rename is to ...


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It can be done. It is not trivial. See this thread: https://discussions.apple.com/thread/3280339 Note the reference to the applescript aperture document. Also in the replies further down some sample scripts. This question has been around for over a year. I'll take a kick at it with an incomplete answer. Rating is an aperture specific field. These ...


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