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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Terrific, Ken!
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    KML, great stuff. But then again, that is the norm. Thanks for posting.
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Indeed. I think this works.

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    Nice Ken the fern looks like it has feathers.

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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Went out photographing today. It'll take a bit to develop and scan the film, but here's some Iphone shots:


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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    When I was young, a teenager, I used to shove a very old 1 or 2 megapixel digital camera against a small telescope eyepiece and take photos of the moon. This was long before "digiscoping" became a thing. Anyway, it's amazing these days that I can do something similar with a phone and binoculars and get an image of Jupiter and the 4 Galilean moons. I actually rigged up my Nikon D800E and a 300mm w/ 1.4x TC and couldn't get the moons to show up. Too small. Small sensor wins .



    Maybe I'll grab my 500mm and 2x and try once more just for fun.

    Edit: so I got this with my Pentax 67 500mm f/5.6 + Pentax 2x TC + 67->F-mount adapter + Kenko 1.4x TC. Effective 1400mm f/16. Stacked two shots together, one for Jupiter and one for the moons:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corran View Post
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    Edit: so I got this with my Pentax 67 500mm f/5.6 + Pentax 2x TC + 67->F-mount adapter + Kenko 1.4x TC. Effective 1400mm f/16. Stacked two shots together, one for Jupiter and one for the moons:
    Cool. I recently picked up a Takumar 600/4 for my Pentax 67. It's a beast of a lens that I'll only shoot in the proximity of a car most likely. I've only shot a test roll with it so far of nothing interesting.

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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Well seen, Ken.
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