paulhofseth

paulhofseth

Lives in Norway oslo, Norway
Joined on Jun 14, 2007

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  • While recuperating from studying quantum v\s interference effects, this example of large scale measures to avoid light pollution from diffraction may be the right thing to read. http://www.bbc.com/ ...
  • I just reinstalled PhotoDesk with the recommended newer DLL file (buried in the "bin" folder of the newer program). Now it works without the scaling & problems noted in my old post (35031935) ...
  • Replied in Excellent news
    Brilliant news.Thanks. As you may have seen from my question here years ago, when Photodesk did not work on W7, I gave up on XP emulation (and eventually on my SLR-C) -and so did not revistit this ...
  • Today, support for Windows XP ends. Machines isolated from the net will chug on and those not unlucky enough to be exposed to security exploits will also continue to read DCR files, so the program ...
  • One might also question the need for expensive mechanics & optics related to mirror and prism. If the electronics of the viewfinder could manage high resolution, faithful colours and fast ...
  • I am tempted to repeat my simplified quotation of the author of "Alice in Wonderland" earlier in this discussion- "a word means what you make it mean". An editor  making a summary of this thread ...
  • In one of mr. Dodgsons works, he writes something like "A word means what you make it mean" Although I do not wish to relegate some discussants to the level of the Red Qeens less dicerning ...
  • looks like the Novoflex mount for their interchangeable adapters. The lens head would mount to their bellows, and to any (then) current mount with the proper adapter. Google will find the proper ...
  • And of course ,  do you wish to switch to gear TALK, or to communicate in pictographic fashion? One interpretation is that you believe that "what can be said must be clearly stated, of what cannot ...
  • And the border between "sharp and unsharp" remains the same for both when you print the small sensor result and the large sensor result to the same size as say 59,2x44 cm ? p.
  • Leica M mount adapters exist, so anything with a SM or M mount will fit, ranging from cheap (but sometimes good) Russian optics up to the more expensive Solms and Oberkochen glass. p.
  • First; yes, the M is a useful pocket camera. Adequate kitzoom, robust body and reasonably sized sensor. Despite the lamentable lact of in-body-stabilization, it will work and still fit a large ...
  • Not so convinced that Canon does listen. I raised the "involuntary-setting-change" with the national distributor well before the firmware update came. Repeated the suggestion of a "screen- ...
  • Replied in moves
    and the problem with moving the focus point is that the exposure measuring point seems to move as well, so even manual optics are not immune from touch-screen foibles. p.
  • While the M has quite a few problems with its unstoppable touch screen, its kit zoom is excellent. I have not done any rigorous comparisons, but have tried some C -L optics as well as some Leica ...
  • After a few months intensive use in parallell with  FF and MFT: like: *slightly larger than 4\3 sensor and still fits in a large pocket *very robust: like in falling down some 5metres of stone ...
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