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Feb 10, 2019 23:49:53   #
jjdeis wrote:
Have you tried adjusting the Dioptric adjustment knob?


The diopter shouldn't have any effect on autofocus or am I mistaken?
 
Jan 19, 2019 21:00:21   #
PHRubin wrote:
I'm not optimistic about the weather here.


I just checked on the weather channel app and at this point they are calling for zero percent chance for precipitation.
We might have caught a break in middle TN depending on the cloud coverage.
Jan 19, 2019 10:32:25   #
The Can Man wrote:
Looking for info on Yongnuo lenses. I am shopping for a nifty 50mm and an extender in 1.4 or 2x for my Canon 80Dw. Does anyone have any knowledge on this company? What would anyone else buy for their first nifty 50mm and extender?


I have and enjoy my Yongnou nifty fifty on my old 50d however it is soft at under 2.8 after which it is fairly sharp.
Jan 19, 2019 10:25:33   #
PHRubin wrote:
I'm not optimistic about the weather here.


I'm in old hickory and was thinking that same thing.
Jan 11, 2019 07:30:48   #
The cheap Opteka lens generally has a fixed aperture of 8.0 but also is not coated so while the aperture is smaller than the 75-300 the coating on the 75-300 reduces the light to a degree.
Also the Opteka being fully a manual lens will not provide any information to the camera which causes the camera to read it as f0. 0 and provides the light amount for such an open aperture which will overexpose the image.
That lens will only work properly in full manual mode.
Nov 16, 2018 07:06:51   #
Fantastic set.
I practically grew up in the Lincoln Park zoo.
 
Nov 8, 2018 13:59:18   #
TriX wrote:
Single digit cameras in the EOS series (1D, 5D, 6D and 7D) and their various iterations are full frame.


Actually the 7D is a crop sensor
Nov 4, 2018 12:00:56   #
try a cheap toilet gasket looking rubber lens hood.
you can press it directly against the glass and block a lot of reflection plus it will help stabilize the hand held shot
Nov 4, 2018 10:58:57   #
Longshadow wrote:

I have a T1i and it does well for me.


I also have and love the T1i although it has been reduced to my backup camera since most of my shots are lower light and my 50d does better in low light
Nov 1, 2018 12:03:33   #
Dziadzi wrote:
I just checked again and see that the AF button had been moved from its normal setting of "on". I don't know how to remove this thread. Sorry for not checking sooner.


I think we have all done that
Oct 31, 2018 12:25:06   #
Hal81 wrote:
I woke up this morning feeling down in the mouth and looked around and half the pillow was gone.


last time that happened to me was right after dreaming I was eating the worlds largest marshmallow.
 
Oct 31, 2018 12:06:11   #
truckster wrote:
Ya got a couple great captures there. Just wondering how they would have turned out with a flash with a magrid attachment.


probably better but as this was in the semi hidden employee area I was told no flash so I had to make due
Oct 29, 2018 15:46:07   #
I am working at a local Haunted house for the season and decided to bring my camera for a few quick shots in the employee staging area.
The lighting or rather the lack of it was deplorable but I got a few somewhat decent shots


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Oct 28, 2018 14:47:47   #
it will be so commercialized the true spirit of Woodstock will be lost in extravagant ticket prices
Oct 28, 2018 14:38:38   #
mrjcall wrote:
Read the first paragraph.......at least. Makes me laugh that IBM basically invented the computer and now are converting to Macs!
https://appleinsider.com/articles/18/10/24/ibm-seeing-great-returns-on-over-277000-macs-and-ios-devices-issued-to-employees?utm_source=quora&utm_medium=referral


if you want another good laugh think about this one
When I worked at an Apple distribution center the computers in the warehouse were all running Windows. Yes its true for critical distribution software Apple uses Windows
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