라이트 룸 사전 설정 오토 크롬 kor_4

Posted on January 4, 2021

For the longest time, I have just had Nikon bodies and will spend hours on several forums like this thinking about all of the”missed opportunities” to adapt non-F-mount lenses. Given that my extremely limited access to disposable income, I always resisted the temptation to head out and buy a body that I could adapt lenses on by asking myself”what will your current setup with Nikon not allow that you think can be solved by acquiring more gear?” My desire to”just experiment” was eventually realized when I chose to carry up videography. The D7000 is fine, but a hacked GH2 is more straightforward! I bought two hacked GH2s and then in my hurry to”experiment”, I’ve now managed to acquire 16 M42 lenses in seven times (by purchasing three”collections”), in addition to the 15 F-mount lenses I already owned. The wife is still grinning, but I just bid on a different box with eight lenses, therefore its simply a matter of time before the inversion occurs. Many of these M42 lenses are different from manufacturers I have never heard about, and as I try to determine what to keep and what to eliminate, any and all opinions by the members of the forum are valued. This one is going to be LONG, however its really just a list of all of the lenses I have today and soliciting views 라이트 룸 사전 설정 오토 크롬 kor from members on which ones are really worth holding and which ones I need to remove. I guess perhaps not everybody will have encounters with each the lenses, so people can just comment on the ones that they know or have familiarity with. M42 1) Aus Jena S 135mm f4 (black with a chrome front and a chrome ring ring) — mild fungus on the center component, glass differently clean, focus ring is pretty smooth, BUT includes a catch/jerk at roughly towards infinity. Aperture blades operate fine. 2) Helios 44m (KMZ) – mint 3) Pentacon car 50mm f(Zebra) — Beautiful glass, BE very very light fungus, nothing like cleanup. Focus ring is quite stiff. Aperture blades are a bit lazy, but no petroleum; appears more like either fungus on the blades or corrosion. 4) Fujinon 55mm f(non-EBC version) — glass requires cleaning, but nothing significant. Focus is quite smooth. Aperture blades are very lazy, but I do not really see any rust or oil on it. 5) Domiplan automatic 50mm f(zebra) — glass is filthy, but no catalyst. Focus is fine, a bit on the stiffer side, but nothing worth talking about. Aperture works good, however, the blades look like they need to get cleaned, again either corrosion or parasite to the blades. 6) Pentor Auto Broad 35mm f– Dusty however Great glass, smooth attention, perfect aperture

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