ThrillaMozilla

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    Whoa!  Do you mean that the springs are just butted up against each other, with nothing to hold one end in place or prevent short circuits?
  • Hi, Fish.  Nice shot.  Really nice shot. I have to say, the tules do bother me a little.  I think it's possible to sharpen them up a bit with heroic software, but you'll have to decide if it's ...
  • And no one disagrees with that. I don't think anyone in this discussion is making any of those claims, except #3. Some of the features are a pain in the neck. I, for one, bought the camera being ...
  • That post doesn't mean that, but you missed the irony. (It's not worth replying.  Don't bother.)
  • One possible reason for omitting code would be if it doesn't apply. We don't really know if the hardware is capable of EFCS. You might have better luck if you drop the bitterness and stick to the ...
  • Yep. On an 8"x10" camera, f/64 will get you about the same depth of field as f/8 with a 35 mm camera. Of course, the viewing screen is darker and you need a much longer exposure time with the...

  • The adapter is designed for EF lenses.  EF-S lenses protrude into the mirror box, so they cannot be used with the adapter without modification.  If you read through the thread, I think you can ...
  • He did do a controlled test. The shot with the electronic shutter is the control. He only posted one example, but in this case only one is necessary for that lens and that set of conditions. If ...
  • The whole point is to check the effect handheld, since that's the usual method of use, and on-tripod tests have already been done. And I doubt if the images would get much better on tripod. With ...
  • It happens to me all the time, writing on the interwebs at the speed of light. :D

  • R2D2 not only can take sharp photos at 1/60 s, 200 mm, but he did. The photos he posted are quite sharp.  I also posted sharp photos taken under similar conditions.  The IS is a huge help, and he ...
  • Kerensky97, no. Same camera, same distance, cropped to same field of view: in that case depth of field depends on one angle only, which is determined by the aperture (diameter) and distance to...

  • DMartin92, rules like that omit critical information on how to make the comparison. You and Chris are right if you don't change the distance to the subject. But if you move further away with the...

  • He wants to use the same lens (which has 1x minimum magnification), same working distance (close), but the bug is too big to fit only an APS-C sensor.  Instead of switching lenses, switch cameras, ...
  • Thank you.  That's extremely helpful.  This community owes you a debt of gratitude for demonstrating what can be done. The lens performs very well, but I am gob-smacked at what the software did.  I ...
  • With my lowly M6 II I cannot detect any viewfinder lag. It's certainly very short compared to my reaction time. If they have solved that problem in that camera, I am confident that they have solved ...
  • I am reading your posts carefully. Although what you wrote is a true statement, my perception at the time was that there may have been something you didn't understand. It might have been poorly ...
  • Late to the party again.  I see that at least two people have replied to this already.  But there is a little bit more information here. ?? Canon lists the 90D as Approx. 22.3mm x 14.8 mm (APS-C) a ...
  • Good point, but I don't think so. According to the manuals, in Live View the 90D takes up to 11 shots/sec, while the M6II takes up to 14. I suppose it could be due to the back panel display, but I ...
  • The shutters have different specs.  The M6II can shoot at a higher repeat rate.
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