Jono Slack

Jono Slack

Lives in United Kingdom Diss, Norfolk, United Kingdom
Works as a Software Designer
Has a website at http://www.slack.co.uk
Joined on Nov 8, 2000
About me:

Just this guy you know

Jono Slack's recent activity

  • Replied in New Monochrom
    Hi John As I understand it the processor is not up to producing a fast enough response with the new Visoflex - which would mean entirely new electronics to accomodate it.
  • If you use your current MM frequently, then unquestionably - it's better in ever single respect . .. except that it's 0.6mm fatter and 100gms heavier!
  • Lovely picture Godfrey
  • hahah - to be honest, I think I might leave it as it is :) better than just putting 'balls up' :)
  • More technical than mine - and funnier too. Ultrasomething's report
  • Replied in New Monochrom
    I'll see if I can get permission to post some for download. Certainly, I've been doing nothing even faintly resembling HDR (boosting contrast is more like it) best
  • Replied in New Monochrom
    Hi There Well, the camera IS amazing, but I'm sure there's a fair amount of post processing. There's a huge amount of dynamic range in the files, which may not be what you want in your finished photo.
  • Hi There I've done a quick user report (I've had a camera on and off since Christmas) Here: http://www.slack.co.uk/2015/Elliott.html Enjoy
  • You make an interesting observation here - My suspicion is that in making a sensor perform well at high ISO you damage the "rendering of gradations of colour" ie, no free lunches. I first observed ...
  • Hi there Ulrich I hope you're well I've done this - with lots of different scenes and in different lighting as well, but it's not very enlightening, it seems to me that in the end, as you say, it ...
  • HI there Irakly I hope you're well - long time no speak That's why I'm not here too :) I still don't believe the difference is anything to do with the CCD/CMOS - after all, sensor's don't register ...
  • Worth shouting about  and so simple . It still needs fixing, but at least it means that those with only OSS lenses and 3rd party lenses are not stuffed. Even more reason to be grateful to David for ...
  • Hi Pako its definitely real, although Brian's post suggests that there are some conditions where it doesn't happen. Remember, it will only manifest itself when you move from an OSS lens to a long ...
  • Hi Brian that looks convincing, but like David I've spent several days testing this and it's consistent and repeatable. He's had a camera changed as a result of it . Is it possible you are using a ...
  • Hmm I realised there were two entries from the OSS lens. I read it that one was with an adapter without electrical connections and one with connections (and that neither worked). then there is a ...
  • Hi Nico not sure who you're having traduction problems with, me or Alain? if it was me then the answer is probably both :) If it was Alain, I managed okay (but now it's 8.30 am and I'm neither ) al ...
  • Hi Alain that's really interesting. what surprised me is that the 24-70 f2.8 with Metabones III didn't work. the rest makes perfect sense. Sorry not to reply in French- reading it is one thing. ...
  • hi there I'm pretty sure that any non OSS lens corrects the problem. But I don't have any APSC lenses to test. Same goes for adapters -- Jono Slack http://www.slack.co.uk
  • Yes Mike You still get the Steady Shot icon - and it says that it's on as well. Just doesn't work, that's all. It can be misleading - I thought that a black Novoflex adapter (Contax) didn't show ...
  • No - not even a factory reset helps
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