645 for MF was/is the equivalent of APS-C, most MF systems were 6x6cm or 6x7cm.
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Seriously tempting as a street shooting body, whats the AF performance like now with the updates?If you do, your username will need a slight modification to 'mirrorless'
Sure, it's the Vello Shutterboss Version II Timer Remote Switch for Canon with 3-Pin Connection. I paid $37.50 for it - just a bit better than the $169 Canon price Make sure you get version II.
2. Intervalometer - I had the Canon release (only) and it sucks, so I bought the Vello intervalometer and it works perfectly for $30
Dear Mackguyver, I've been thinking about getting an intervalometer and I also don't want to spend a lot on it. Would you mind posting the model number?
Thank you, Mackguyver!
No, from the article I linked toimages obtained using even the largest, most advanced telescopes today contain scattered light that may be hiding this faint structure [...] Dragonfly is designed to reveal the faint structure by greatly reducing scattered light and internal reflections within its optics. It achieves this using ten, commercially available Canon 400mm lenses with unprecedented nano-fabricated coatings with sub-wavelength structure on optical glasses.
Is this using commercially available lenses with non-commercially available coatings?
...the latest generation of Canon lenses features the first commercialized availability of nano-fabricated coatings...
The complete article describing the Dragonfly Array is available at arxiv.org/pdf/1401.573. The article states that it is an array of 8 lenses, but may be modified easily to hold up to 15!It achieves this using ten, commercially available Canon 400mm lenses with unprecedented nano-fabricated coatings with sub-wavelength structure on optical glasses.
I only count 8.
Ignorant, facile and bordering on racist. You're not an American, are you?the fact that DxO have embarrassed themselves as "scientists" yet again by claiming the physically impossible.
Hmmm....isn't DXO a French company? I wonder if any of their "scientists" were involved in that faster-than-light neutrino error a few years ago.