tedolf

tedolf

Lives in United States Seattle, United States
Joined on May 12, 2010
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Admiral, Tedolph Undersea Command

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  • Replied in Never...
    Unless you are shooting fast paced action in very dim environments (think girl's volley ball in a poorly lit gymnasium), or are an afficionado of shallow depth of field wide angle photography, ...
  • Replied in Amazing....
    Amazing. I gotta give that a try and show off on the adapted lens forum. What were the Konica lenses called at that time, Hexar? Tedolph
  • Replied in Retrofocus..
    At that point in time, was Minolta a Konica or vice versa? Tedolph
  • Replied in Retrofocus..
    The problem with cameras having long lens registration distances, e.g. SLRs, is that if the focal length of the lens is shorter than the registration distance, the lens has to have a complex ...
  • Replied in Good thing
    Hmmm....... instant lens hood! Tedolph
  • Replied in This...
    This is probably the biggest practical difference from an image point of view. If you love wide angle photography, full frame is the way to go. Yep. Tedolph
  • Replied in Not OK...
    Actually, it isn't. You were unnecessarily offensive and you haven't apologized. Tedolph
  • Replied in Helpful....
    Would it have been more helpful for me to say, "Nikon D4s" and leave it at that? Tedolph
  • Replied in In context...
    If you are standing at the same spot. Yes, that was my point, tedolph
  • Replied in WW III....
    Please let's not get into this. You are about to start World War III! Tedolph
  • Replied in Make sure....
    Make sure that you either own the copyrights in the photo, and that you have a model release.  If you don't have the former, you will need permission from the copyright owner.  If you don't have ...
  • Replied in Why oh why?
    Why oh why are you buying junk like this. A teleconverter that goes on the front of the lens is a no-no. tEdolph
  • Replied in I don't...
    Nothing... Nothing... I don't. Who says that? Can you give an example or are you just setting up a straw man. The one place where shooting on full manual is almost always preferable to one of the ...
  • Replied in In context...
    All true, but for someone who hasn't thought these things through it may not be obvious that to get the same angle of view on a crop sensor camera that you get with a full frame 24mm f/2.8 lens ...
  • I'm afraid that the test results I have read (SLRGear) generally show that the Sony consumer grade lenses are, well, crap. The Zeiss stuff is good but very pricey. The Fuji lenses are universally ...
  • The crop sensor camera would be better for jungle and wildlife photography.  For fashion photography it is probably a toss up. Tedolph
  • Lens selection? Are you saying that the Sony E mount lens selection is better than the Fuji lens line up? Have I got that right? Tedolph
  • Replied in Please...
    Please, don't engage him! Tedolph
  • You won't find anything in the Sony lens ecology to match your Fuji 35mm lens. The Sony consumer grade lenses are not very good, and the high end lenses (Zeiss) are very expensive. The Sigma 30mm ...
  • Replied in Depends....
    It depends on what you want to shoot. Without knowing that, we have no idea. Knowing your output medium would help too. tedolph
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