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Leonard Migliore

Leonard Migliore

Lives in United States Sunnyvale USA, CA, United States
Works as a Engineer
Has a website at http://www.laserk.com
Joined on Jan 4, 2004

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  • Replied in Yep
    Lotsa crud on there. As Chuxter noted, get some lens cleaner and wipe the surface of the lens. Be sure what you're using to wipe the lens is clean. I typically use lens tissue, which is ...
  • I've been using Adobe Lightroom to process RAW files from my RX100M3. The colors are pretty horrible regardless of the profile I choose. Here's a typical example: Using Adobe Camera Light profile I ...
  • I believe that the OP really does have a D60. As I recall from the dim past, you need to install some Canon software to get your computer to talk to the camera. I used a CF card reader with a D30 ...
  • The adjective. It was a (hopefully) good-natured jibe at you. Since you were noting how many times you said "trivial", I was advancing the concept that you would become excess baggage as a result. ...
  • Replied in I am confused
    In my experience, cold beer always helps. What was different here?
  • And you'll become supernumerary.
  • I drive an automatic but would prefer to drive a stick; my wife needs to use an automatic transmission. My camera is a Nikon DSLR but I could just as well use a mirrorless except I got all these ...
  • Replied in Plus 1
    Always a bad idea to take my advice completely. But I do similar stuff to what the OP is asking. I use a DSLR because when I did the setup, there weren't any good mirrorless cameras such as Sony or ...
  • But remember, while you're on the forum, you're not taking more bad photographs. So there is some benefit here.
  • It always occurs and it's not an anomaly. Focus breathing is a function of the lens design. All 70-200 f/2.8G ED VRII Nikkors will give you the same field of view when set to 200mm at the same ...
  • Anything would be an improvement. I'm not sure how the camera is being used. Is it just a loose D1 on a tube? How do you get the images out? If you're just getting the micros off the CF card, I ...
  • Replied in RX100 images
    I'm using Lightroom. There's bunches of profiles. Adobe Standard looks just plain awful. I've tried the various "Camera" profiles and they look a bit better; either Camera Standard or Camera ...
  • I agree, though not so much as to follow your instructions to the letter. But I'm having a bad time with the thing: Colors with default RAW settings are flat. If I increase saturation, they get ...
  • I use a DSLR with a macro lens for this kind of picture. You don't need a macro for the magnification, but macro lenses are very sharp with low distortion. I expect that a mirrorless with a macro ...
  • Of the cameras on your list, the D610 is the best landscape camera because it's full-frame while the other two have crop sensors. The D7200 and 70D are very good crop sensor cameras but you can't ...
  • I also recommend mpix; they're very good, very fast and surprisingly inexpensive. I have not, by the way, gotten any images yet out of my RX100 III that I would consider printing; I haven't been ...
  • Keine Worte
  • Yes. I just verified this. The hood fits on lugs outside the filter thread. Since the hood is a short petal-style part, you can even rotate the CPL with the hood on.
  • I have both those lenses on a D300 and the 85mm f/1.8 is far better. It's faster and sharper. I have used the 70-300 at long focal lengths for a flattening effect; it's OK for that.
  • Yes but the matrix metering looks at the focusing screen through the pentaprism; the D750, for example, has a 91,000 pixel sensor for this. It seems possible to use this for generating ...
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