3 MOONS (A TEST FOR YOU)

9 years 1 month ago #190283 by McBeth Photography

Stealthy Ninja wrote:

McBeth Photography wrote: I'd like to see a fourth image taken by a Canonet rangefinder. :)


You can do it. :thumbsup:


lol. I think it would be around 40mm. It might work out ok.

It is what it is.

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9 years 1 month ago #191052 by Stealthy Ninja

McBeth Photography wrote:

Stealthy Ninja wrote:

McBeth Photography wrote: I'd like to see a fourth image taken by a Canonet rangefinder. :)


You can do it. :thumbsup:


lol. I think it would be around 40mm. It might work out ok.


Shh don't tell the film folk that film doesn't have unlimited megapixels. :pinch:


:banana:

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9 years 1 month ago #191053 by McBeth Photography

Stealthy Ninja wrote:

McBeth Photography wrote:

Stealthy Ninja wrote:

McBeth Photography wrote: I'd like to see a fourth image taken by a Canonet rangefinder. :)


You can do it. :thumbsup:


lol. I think it would be around 40mm. It might work out ok.


Shh don't tell the film folk that film doesn't have unlimited megapixels. :pinch:


:banana:


lol, you only need enough to make an image.... ;) Besides, what would one do with all their filters if they gave up film?

It is what it is.

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9 years 1 month ago #191069 by Stealthy Ninja

McBeth Photography wrote:

Stealthy Ninja wrote:

McBeth Photography wrote:

Stealthy Ninja wrote:

McBeth Photography wrote: I'd like to see a fourth image taken by a Canonet rangefinder. :)


You can do it. :thumbsup:


lol. I think it would be around 40mm. It might work out ok.


Shh don't tell the film folk that film doesn't have unlimited megapixels. :pinch:


:banana:


lol, you only need enough to make an image.... ;) Besides, what would one do with all their filters if they gave up film?


Drinks need coasters my friend. :thumbsup:

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9 years 1 month ago #191074 by KCook

McBeth Photography wrote:

Stealthy Ninja wrote:

McBeth Photography wrote:

Stealthy Ninja wrote:

McBeth Photography wrote: I'd like to see a fourth image taken by a Canonet rangefinder. :)


You can do it. :thumbsup:


lol. I think it would be around 40mm. It might work out ok.


Shh don't tell the film folk that film doesn't have unlimited megapixels. :pinch:


:banana:


lol, you only need enough to make an image.... ;) Besides, what would one do with all their filters if they gave up film?


Funny thing. Back in the good ole 35mm daze special effect filters were laughed at, and color filters were in high esteem. Now (except for polarizers) color filters are useless, I'm still hanging onto my special effects kit.

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9 years 1 month ago #191081 by Stealthy Ninja

KCook wrote:

McBeth Photography wrote:

Stealthy Ninja wrote:

McBeth Photography wrote:

Stealthy Ninja wrote:

McBeth Photography wrote: I'd like to see a fourth image taken by a Canonet rangefinder. :)


You can do it. :thumbsup:


lol. I think it would be around 40mm. It might work out ok.


Shh don't tell the film folk that film doesn't have unlimited megapixels. :pinch:


:banana:


lol, you only need enough to make an image.... ;) Besides, what would one do with all their filters if they gave up film?


Funny thing. Back in the good ole 35mm daze special effect filters were laughed at, and color filters were in high esteem. Now (except for polarizers) color filters are useless, I'm still hanging onto my special effects kit.

dinosaur


Till you download the Tiffen software equivalents that is. ;)

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9 years 1 month ago #191165 by Shupp98

Scotty wrote: So we can conclude Nikon is better than canon in every category? :banana:


My "guesses" were spot on btw.


Interesting test and looks like it's true. Now is that because of the camera or the lens...for the reason it's a better photo?


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9 years 1 month ago #191211 by chasrich

Stealthy Ninja wrote: Now a little information. I was quite surprised how little difference there was between 12 and 21MP in size. Yes it's noticeable, but every time you double the MP count you're only gaining a 40% increase.
<snip>


MP is calculated by w X h and is a function of two dimensions multiplied together. Your 40% guesstimate is pretty close actually as 1.4 X 1.4 equals... 1.96 or almost double. Don't ask me why I think this is important... :rofl:

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9 years 1 month ago #192309 by Stealthy Ninja

chasrich wrote:

Stealthy Ninja wrote: Now a little information. I was quite surprised how little difference there was between 12 and 21MP in size. Yes it's noticeable, but every time you double the MP count you're only gaining a 40% increase.
<snip>


MP is calculated by w X h and is a function of two dimensions multiplied together. Your 40% guesstimate is pretty close actually as 1.4 X 1.4 equals... 1.96 or almost double. Don't ask me why I think this is important... :rofl:


:ohmy: Imma genuis!

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