Leonard Migliore

Leonard Migliore

Lives in United States Sunnyvale USA, CA, United States
Works as a Engineer
Has a website at http://www.laserk.com
Joined on Jan 4, 2004

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  • Replied in Checkout time
    It's not original. But you know that. Researching it, however, I see I've been singing it wrong. It's "You can check out any time you like, but you can never leave".
  • I always save image files at full size; my sensor has a 3:2 aspect ratio and that's what I save. You never know what you're going to find in the corner of an image. I print my best images. Most of ...
  • Replied in Very nice
    I hope you have good earplugs.
  • Shoot half-frame at 24 fps.
  • I looked at my account stuff and can't find it either. I had ignorantly assumed that there was a way to say goodbye. I guess you can check out any time you want, but you can never leave. Of course, ...
  • If someone terminates their DPR account, or DPR terminates their account, the posts they made while they were members remain. But their names go away. So you can't make new posts as an "unknown ...
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  • The Darkroom! I used them back in the 1980's for my 4X5 work. They were in Mountain View about a mile from my house; now they're in San Clemente. A very high quality lab at the time. It seems they ...
  • Replied in Units?
    It's hard to read the scale, especially with the packing film over the readout. I believe it says 6 lb 11oz, mostly because I'm pretty sure that setup is more than 611 gm and less than 6110 gm.
  • We are still at that point and it's not getting better.
  • From Webster: taskmaster a person, esp. a strict or demanding person, who assigns tasks or hard work to others
  • You forgot to put in the reason. I read the whole rant twice and couldn't find it.
  • I inferred portrait orientation from the word "vertically". Maybe that was incorrect. Absolutely. Yes. Lots of zooms breathe at 2 meters. I didn't think they got shorter when set to their minimum ...
  • Replied in Oh yeah
    That's right. That happened to me too. I forgot. The camera was set up for silent mode, which is electronic first curtain. When it's set up that way, the flash won't fire when you're using live ...
  • This is just simple geometry. Your sensor is 36mm high and your focal length is 24mm. You have a similar triangle with the subject height and the focus distance. If you want to put a 2 meter ...
  • This sounds like you're shooting JPG's with auto white balance. And you may well be shooting in "P" mode. Is that correct? I have an SB-700. Its usual mode of operation is i-TTL, which is automatic ...
  • I once used my Skyport on a Canon 50D and, as I recall, I had to fiddle with its position in the accessory shoe to get the contacts to meet. Perhaps it's that. I don't think that any camera ...
  • Focusing distance is usually measured from the sensor plane, not the front of the lens. I suspect your lens focuses down to its rated distance.
  • You've been reading the wrong stuff. FX lenses are fine for DX cameras. What was the lens that needed replacement? Those things usually come with an 18-55 zoom. Why does it have to be replaced? The ...
  • Replied in It's not close
    I also have a D750. I have a 24mm f/2.8 AI-S (I believe that it's optically the same as the 24mm f/2.8 AF-D) and a 20mm f/1.8G. The 20mm is massively better. It's sharp wide open while the 24mm is ...
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