you are right! watching a movie while typing late at night and i start to not make sense! lol...reverse what i said...but i see it alot.
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One thing, though, is if you bring the camera quickly from a hot/humid area to a cold (e.g. aircon'ed) area. That would make the humidy condense quickly, and possibly creating shorts.
so...any chance you could enlighten us all?
DxO should come out a standard testing camera for testing lens... a mirrorless camera should be idea since it'll have the shortest flange focal distance and can use adapter for different vendor lens... then the only variables will be the lens and the result can be valid to compare between different lens.
Did they pay you? Or are they profiting off of you at no cost?
Scanning with a scanner or enlarging with an enlarger is the same thing: make a positive from a negative.
Lines are black!! Scratches in the negative are always white