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I have a few rolls of fuji neopan 400 that I haven't developed yet, some that I definately pushed to 1600, but the others I'm not sure about. should I push the questionable rolls or develop them normally? (I'm gonna be scanning..)
got it for a steal from the 'bay, couldn't resist it.
the frame counter appears to be stuck, but everything else is good. I like the lcd readout in the viewfinder and that I dont have to pull the advance lever out to activate it (how my old fm worked).
I think I might take a break from digital...
I noticed something weird with my iphone's camera, if I shake it a little while taking a picture in bright light, instead of being blurry it distorts straight lines in a wave like manner. anyone else notice this or can anyone explain why or how this happens?
Funny how not too long ago, everyone was saying things like "50mm is too long on a DX body" and "not wide enough to use indoors", but now this lens comes out and everyone seems to love it!
I have always liked the 50mm focal lenght, even on my D200. although it may feel too long at times, I...
I currently do not own any zoom lenses, and was eventually planning on getting the 17-55 2.8. I only have a 30 and a 50 right now, and would mostly use this at 16mm, often wide open. I do not think I would use anything wider than this very often. I've now decided against the 17 because of its...
Very nice! I've been to columbia before, but I never knew about the Lakota wolf center. Did you walk across the footbridge over the Delaware? Or is that a different columbia than the one Im thinking of?
Ive thought about going to a chiropractor in the past, decided against it, and bought one of those spineworx things. (http://www.spineworx.net/)
it in no way performs miracles, but does give me a small amount of temporary relief, and i only had to buy it once. not a huge loss if it doesnt help...
dont know about sample variation, but it might be hard to sell once the new version comes out, try getting afew sample photos from it wide open first. I loved mine while i still had it, and although i regret selling it, the sigma 30 will hold me over until the new one comes out.
My friend and I are looking for one, but cant seem to find any besides ebay, and the price seems to have gone up since it was discontinued, and the used ones seem to sell for the price they used to cost new..
Here's a solution: only sell "Professional" cameras to people after a portfolio review:biggrin:
Didn't Nikon originally only sell black rangefinders to professional photojournalists, or is that just a myth?
Although i generally prefer smaller 35mm cameras for street photography, but mostly because of their lighter weight. I do frequently use a d200 for street photos, though. Sometimes i think that even though it might draw more attention, it doesnt make much of a difference, except for people...
I had a similar problem with mine, it was just dust on the af sensors. if you have a rocket blower, turn on the mirror up mode and shoot some air towards the bottom of the box. I ended up not having to send mine out.
I like noise, and I think it should be embraced, not reduced.
Nice phots btw, the second one is perfect! Its shots like that one that make me miss my 50..
I should try using 640 more often..
I wouldnt use it on a 50, but just glad to see that its there, and will be when they do get around to the wider primes.. In bright light shooting street scenes i prefer using hyperfocal distance over autofocus. (sometimes)
But why would the dof be different on a dx body? all the smaller sensor...
how it works: to focus you look through a viewfinder with parallax corrected framelines with a spot in the center that shows a double image when out of focus, when you focus the lens, the double image comes together. (no depth of field preview, but the lenses still have a dof scale!)
a few: (high iso)
Ive always like the way this lens renders, I cant wait to buy the new one! Not as smooth as the Noct or the Cream Machine, but nice. The "Rounded 9-blade diaphragm" should help with out of focus highlights at the in-between apertures, so it will be at least a bit nicer in...