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[filmscanners] Re: film and scanning vs digital photography



Thanks Tony, for the link.

US$ 175 (without shipping costs) for an adapter ring is not cheep.
English is not my native language, so some explanations on the website are
difficult to understand.
Am I right that when you apply the adapter ring you focus by hand with
maximum aperture and that the diaphragm will close automatically to the
setting you have set manually at the moment you push the release button?
This is the method I had always used: "Because I like to have total control
of the depth of field I almost always use the camera in the
aperture-priority auto exposure mode"

With kind regards,
Henk de Jong

--
http://www.hsdejong.nl/
Nepal and Myanmar (Burma) - Photo Galleries



Tony Sleep wrote:
> On 09/06/2007 Henk de Jong wrote:
>> The Canon 5D looks like an interesting camera body and even more now
>> I have
>> read that I could (re)use my Contax, Yashica and Tokina lenses.
>
> A friend fitted Leica R lenses to his 1DS-2.
> http://www.cameraquest.com/frames/4saleReos.htm


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