How to shoot fast with a slow camera

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Miki Nemeth
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Daniel Lauring: When selecting an aperture take diffraction limit into consideration
In reply to Daniel Lauring, 2 months ago

Daniel Lauring wrote:

Above F8 and you start losing resolution with an APSC sensored camera. F11 for full frame.

Hi Daniel, I was sure that once I learn something from You, too.

Following your hint, I found a perfect source that explained the diffraction concepts clearly

http://www.cambridgeincolour.com/tutorials/diffraction-photography.htm following the discussion http://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/34963285

I found another interesting white paper to read http://www.metabones.com/assets/a/stories/Speed%20Booster%20White%20Paper.pdf

Handheld no-image-stabilized manual-focused legacy telephoto taken with Nikon AI 180mm on Speed Booster. Magnified into this photo, I am still not convinced that you can capture more details with any Fujinon lens than with this 300-Euro legacy lens.

It's always a joy to read your comments and your photographs in Your gallery are gorgeous. Take care and have fun, Miki

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