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  • Give it Your Best Shot • Re: Exhibit your B&W shots September 2, 2015
    Thanks for commenting Birma.Statistics: Posted by jbtaylor — Wed Sep 02, 2015 1:59 pm
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  • Lens Lore • Re: Camera craft "filter test" September 2, 2015
    I found it very interesting. I have heard a few fellow shooters complaining that their filters actually degraded the image and had removed them completely. On inspection I found they were cheap non-branded filters.I mainly have either Hoya or Sigma but I usually sell a lens with the attached filter so most of my old […]
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  • Lens Lore • Camera craft "filter test" September 1, 2015
    Last issue just arrived (shame it didn't reach the levels of subscription required) I've not used the entry Zomei but I did get a sample to test that was the high end "HD Pro" MC (multicoated)I'm so impressed I'm thinking that I won't be buying Hoya or Marumi filters again. Reason? This version has around […]
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  • Alpha NEX system • Re: Post about the A7R II up now September 1, 2015
    Great to hear from you, Frank. Thanks for the A7Rii real world experiences - very useful Statistics: Posted by Birma — Tue Sep 01, 2015 7:11 pm
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  • Digital non-SLR • Re: Dentist still uses KM A200 September 1, 2015
    Great find Henry! Statistics: Posted by Birma — Tue Sep 01, 2015 6:58 pm
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Sigma classic 400mm tele quick rechip

There is no need to dismantle the mount of the original series Sigma AF TELE 400mm f/5.6 lens, to bring non-functional versions (old chip) up to speed with later film and current digital SLRs. The whole process takes under five minutes, and requires two tools – a small Philips screwdriver, and a precision end cutter. . . . → Read More: Sigma classic 400mm tele quick rechip