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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  • All the BR2 does is let you put a 52mm filter thread lens backwards on an F mount. No auto iris, no moving parts. But this works fine with lenses that have aperture rings.
  • In my experience,a 70-300 is real whippy on a tripod since you have to connect the tripod to the camera body and you have a large and heavy lens sticking out, especially when you have the thing ...
  • Oh, just about anything from Amalric, who only allows straight-out-of-camera JPG's made while looking through an electronic viewfinder: http://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/54124842
  • Oh, it's like everything else; you get to the final product by blundering around. It's like we make lasers.
  • What camera do you have? Nikon has made several different models. The higher-end Nikon DSLR's will meter with AI lenses. Lower-end models will not, although the lenses will attach and you can take ...
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  • This stuff always happens. I just posted a whine yesterday about leaving my D300 in live view when I was trying to sneak up on a bird. The DSLR giveth and the DSLR taketh away.
  • I've seen some splendid prints (real prints made by putting a negative in an enlarger and exposing paper) out of those things. I don't see a need to upgrade it.
  • I see we all do this stuff; all I can do is keep it down to a few times a year. DSLR's just have too many controls. This kind of thing never happened with my FE2.
  • I'd stop short of saying "Raw is the only way to go". It is possible to get good results from JPEG's, especially in conditions where the lighting and contrast is well-controlled. Professional ...
  • This comment, or Mr. Huff's review of the A7, does not suggest that it is better to shoot JPEG. It is clear that Mr. Huff believes that one gets better quality out of RAW files than out of JPEG ...
  • Well, those are certainly convincing reasons.
  • Replied in Chronology
    I was being calm. If you read my comment as a response to the original post, it is indeed overdramatic and paranoid. But it's actually a response to princecody's numerous posts to others denouncing ...
  • For questions of exposure, f/4 is f/4. So any lens set to f/4 is going to require the same shutter speed at the same ISO in the same light. The full frame lens will put the same intensity of light ...
  • I am happy that you are satisfied with your photography. It is unfortunate that you are parroting meaningless babble in an attempt to justify your methods to others. It suggests to me that you do ...
  • Replied in Lens question.
    If they're made for different size sensors, they're not identical. What is the reason for your question? What does "perform the same" mean? On a full frame sensor, a 300mm lens will cover twice the ...
  • What about me is that I always shoot RAW because then I have more control over the final image. I'm very happy that you are completely satisfied with JPEG's out of your EM1. It would be even better ...
  • What this thing does is keep the lens open during focusing and then stop it down when you take the picture. But you still need a diaphragm ring on the lens to set the taking f/stop; it doesn't ...
  • I'm just thrilled to hear that Nikon has a marketing strategy. Next thing you know, they'll have one that's useful.
  • I don't have a D5100 so I can't be sure, but I believe that the camera will work in M mode; you have to set the shutter speed. My D300 is perfectly happy to shoot without a lens. Unfortunately, you ...
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