« on: April 27, 2013, 04:38:53 AM »
At least only one of us 'idiots' on this forum doesn't know the difference between a lens and a camera, dilbert.
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Normally at low power, the flash only partially discharges and can keep on going even while its recharging.
Do you face problems with vignetting using both the 10 stop and the CPL at wide apertures? I tried doing this with the Hoya screw-in filters (NDX8 and a CPL) on the 24-105 @ 24mm and the vignetting was terrible.
I just got the new 24-70 to replace my Mark I version of the lens. Here is my question, given that the new lens has a diameter of 5mm more, does that mean that more light enters the lens? I presume yes. So, following that presumption, shooting the same subject in the same lighting at the same aperture and ISO speed, does the 82mm lens need less time to properly expose the subject? If it does, it follows that the new lens is better in low light, correct?
Unfortunately, I sold the Mark I lens the day before the Mark II arrived in the mail so I was unable to test the theory.
Turn off the backscreen, problem solved and u will focus more on actually taking photos
Naw... not offended by you... just tired of hearing all the whining and complaining on CR over the last 12 months... Used to check out CR often but not any more... too many downers here.
Yes, this is off topic, but I agree with you. It's been debated before, but I still see a strong correlation between the increasingly hostile and combative environment and the loss of the karma system. It wasn't a perfect system, but I think it did manage to keep it more civilized around here.