AudiiDudii

AudiiDudii

Lives in United States Scottsdale, United States
Joined on Apr 9, 2008

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  • FWIW, I checked Fuji's site before I wrote that and they don't list that AC adapter for use with the 100S, only the 100, 50S and 50R bodies: https://fujifilm-x.com/en-us/products/accessories/ac-15v/ ...
  • I don't believe Fuji offers an AC adapter, but the aftermarket ones available all provide power to the camera via a dummy battery connected by a cable to an AC/DC converter. It's also possible to ...
  • As another data point, the exposures I was using when IBIS displayed its Dr. Jekyll side ranged between 30 and 60 seconds. ln light of Jim's experience and comments, this result was to be expected ...
  • Replied in bw or color?
    My thoughts exactly! That said, I probably would have framed it so the building was just a smidge further toward the left side of the frame and another smidge lower. Which is merely an observation, ...
  • I can't speak for native lenses, but I use adapted lenses with my 100S and wasted an outing over this past weekend after I forgot to turn off IBIS after switching from shooting handheld to on a ...
  • Generally, I agree.  Unless the deal was a good one even after repairing the damage, in which case I would fix it myself and live happily ever after But that's me and YMMV!  :-)
  • I took this photo last night / early this morning, in between the rain showers: GFX 100S / FrankenKamera VIII / P645 33-55 @ 33 mm and f11 / ISO 100 @ 30 seconds using the in-camera XPan format ... ...
  • You're not alone, as I find myself similarly situated, except I've also ruled out the 32-64 due to its large size, high weight, and not budget-friendly cost compared to the all the adapted lenses ...
  • I don't know, but will bring a non-contact IR thermometer with me when I go for a walk later today, just in case. I turned the camera on, the warning flashed a few times, then it turned off.  I ...
  • Up to this point, things were easy.  But fabricating a proper mount will take some effort, so I understand your situation... Because aerial cameras are used at infinity, there was no need to ...
  • Same here.  Which is why 20 years ago, I bought a Zeiss 38mm f4.5 Biogon lens salvaged from an AGI F135 aerial camera (it used a pair of them to cover 70mm roll film) and used it with my Toyo 23G, ...
  • Created discussion thread Uh-oh ... this isn't a good omen!
    I live in central Arizona and this afternoon, when Miss Abby and I went for a walk -- er, left on a photo outing -- the ambient temperature was 93 degrees F and the sky was hazy and overcast; ...
  • Oh, the wide variety of different FrankenKameras I could assemble using this body as a base ... be still my heart! <swoon> But I agree with you that the demand for a body design such as this one is ...
  • As always, thanks for your kind words and encouragement! Indeed.  Because I bought my 100S for reasons other than the fact that it comes with a 102 MP sensor, having all those extra pixels turned ...
  • Thanks for the kind thoughts and analysis!  This scene is four houses down from mine and one of these days, I'll have to look over the fence and see why the present owner (whom I don't know) is ...
  • For the same reason it matters when you're stitching files, except when using rise or fall movements, the parallax problem becomes a vertical one instead of a horizontal one, which is the case ...
  • For that photo, I know I used a small amount of rear fall (likely just 1-2mm, but I don't know the exact amount because I have no reason to keep track of it) and no tilt. Tilt is usually not ...
  • It was my pleasure! And for the record, it wasn't my intention to diminish your project in any way by my reference to Tucker's Plungercam, merely to alert you to the fact that a lot of great work ...
  • This approach is perfectly valid, if not very precise in use, as you've noted.  :-) I don't know how much info about it is still available today, but way back when, before the Lensbaby existed, a ...
  • For the fun of it, I've been experimenting with photographing for the XPan format using my GFX 100S / FrankenKamera VIII / P645 33-55 combo. A digital (GF)XPan, if you will. Except I'm using a zoom ...
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