Jono Slack

Jono Slack

Lives in United Kingdom Diss, Norfolk, United Kingdom
Works as a Software Designer
Has a website at http://www.slack.co.uk
Joined on Nov 8, 2000
About me:

Just this guy you know

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  • Hi there Doug many thanks for your long and detailed response, and perhaps it's a function of the PDAF sensors, but I'm not inexperienced and this does not happen on: Sony A7ii Sony A7s Olympus OMD ...
  • Hi Rafal I just have the 16-55 f2.8 and the 50 f2, and it happens with both  - obviously, both on EVF and the LCD For me it's an absolute dealbreaker and I'm astonished that there are reports going ...
  • Sorry to re-open an old issue, but I also have this problem with my new XT-2   If Fuji still consider this normal then my camera will be going back to the dealer Or is ther new News
  • Glorious Album!
  • Thank You - what a nice thing to say! All the best
  • I'm not sure about hardliners and progressive, I'd certainly like to think that I'm both. But I do agree it's a no win. I'll finish on something I think everyone can agree about: A Q camera with ...
  • Hmmm. I'm not quite sure what you want? Do you actually want to get rid of the rangefinder ? your reasons I guess would be: 1. it's expensive to make 2. it can get out of adjustment 3. it's ...
  • An increasing number of young professionals are turning to the Leica M, sales have increased hugely since the introduction of the digital M, lots of dedicated users love to shoot with ...
  • Created discussion thread Playing in the Band
    Jason Burns playing his Blast Cult bass with CC Adcock and the Marquis at the Coltsfoot Barn. (he makes these Double Bases) Leica SL with 24-90 Playing in the Band Leica SL with 24-90
  • Anything you fancy . . . Or anyone else's idea, as long as it's AS WELL AS and not INSTEAD OF an optical rangefinder. The Optical Rangefinder is  the only real, absolute, valuable piece of ...
  • Great idea - I agree But not INSTEAD of the traditional rangefinder,
  • Well Charles I simply don't agree - the Xpro2 viewfinder is a thing of splendour and wonder (and you can see around the subject) , but it's decidedly small and pokey (in optical mode) compared to a ...
  • It seems crazy to me - I mean, as I said to Joe, I think an M sized camera with an SL mount and an EVF would be a fine idea . . . . Make it look like an M if you want, but why remove the ...
  • Hi Joe Well, first of all I think that rangefinder focusing has changed immensely since the 30's - first in the 50s with the M, but more recently with a big increase in accuracy on modern digital ...
  • Interesting
    Sony 7
    Canon 5
    Nikon zero
    . . .and I don't shoot any of them, but I always thought my Nikon shots were too yellow, and it seems I still do!

  • Well, there are many AF lenses with distance markings  (for when you want to zone focus). Sometimes it's useful. Personally I think the M and the rangefinder give me the best results in terms of ...
  • HI There Joe - a good point, but lenses may be adjusted differently, and anyway, focusing with a rangefinder is different. They have an infinity stop which can't be present with the adapter. Still, ...
  • HI There Yes, for the TL2 (but why wouldn't you buy the EVF) - but not for the M, where there is an infinity stop and no adapter, and focusing the lens on infinity should give you the desired ...
  • Hi There I've also been experimenting with focusing with the summilux M on the TL2, like you, I've found that set at f4 and infinity the image is out of focus at around 30 metres (whereas according ...
  • HI There Well, I dusted down my tripod and took some pictures of the corner of our kitchen - LCD lighting indoors and a sunny day outside. The daylight is dominant below the right hand window (and ...
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