Marco Nero

Marco Nero

Lives in Australia Sydney, Australia
Works as a Film Design & Illustration
Has a website at www.instagram.com/nero.marco
Joined on Mar 3, 2003
About me:

Illustrator, Writer, Prospector, Film Designer & Matte Painter.

Marco Nero's recent activity

  • Replied in Get rid of it
    Fun Fact: Most issues with cameras and lenses are the result of 'user error'.
  • No mention of MFA (microfocus adjustment) from the OP?  A lot of photographers with different lenses never notice that their camera-to-lens mount margin between the rear lens element and the ...
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  • Replied in Cold Weather M
    One of the benefits of the (presumably) polymer-composite panels is that they handle thermal exchanges better in cold weather and won't stick to your face (or eyeballs!).  I'm surprised your ...
  • It's right here on my profile... https://www.instagram.com/nero.marco .
  • I like this lens immensely and I've reviewed this lens previously here: https://www.dpreview.com/forums/thread/3869281 The 11-22mm is a VERY useful lens. Again, it's a very flexible lens in that ...
  • Replied in Solutions...
    I'm pretty sure this has been well covered in numerous thread on the forum and I made another mention when I contributed my review of the lens last week. The large OEM lens hood is expensive and ...
  • Replied in No...
    Yes, plenty of people attach a lens to the tripod via the adapter because that's why Canon supply the mini-foot with the adapter (up until recently). . If you're talking about the 500mm white lens ...
  • The problem does not appear to be the lens threading because I've tried no less than 5 different 43mm filters on this lens, none of which had any problem locking down. The only problem appears to ...
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  • I'm thinking it's because of the shimmer as the light from the moon passes through the thermal turbulence in our atmosphere. If you zoom in with a telescope during summer or even daylight, the ...
  • Not a chance.  The reviewers of the f/1.4 noted that the IS was welcome but the loss of light and lack of improvement with image quality in relation to CA made it obvious why Canon were not going ...
  • The 85mm f/1.2L II USM cut off some balls this week for me as well. The stars in the sky ended up getting cat-eyed and clipped. Not sure what anyone can do to reduce this since this is a physics ...
  • They are said to work but I don't recommend them.  I was recently contacted by a manufacturer of one of these products to see if I would review their extender but I declined because I knew the ...
  • Replied in To: MarioV...
    The sky was really busy.  I was quite astounded at just how many objects were passing across the sky at any time.  Looking over the shots from the M6 there's one shot I took of the Orion ...
  • I only use a subtle amount of Noise Reduction when editing images taken with very high ISO (eg 1600-3200) but the camera does perform NR when processing JPEG images in-camera.  I don't add ...
  • EOS M6 + 32mm f/1.4 - parked by a road in the lower mountains. The EOS 6D DSLR was setup on the tripod with a red glowstick on the ground so I could see the feet of the tripod in the dark.. . Comet ...
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