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Reed ­ Goodwin
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Jul 13, 2006 17:00 |  #1

Can someone explain to me what a tilt-shift lens is and how it works? I see them on Canon's site, but I dont know how they're used.
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Jul 13, 2006 17:02 |  #2

Read through this. Should help you understand along with examples.

http://www.fredmiranda​.com/TS-E90/ (external link)


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Jul 13, 2006 18:28 as a reply to  @ KevNJ's post |  #3

Thats a good link Kev.

Also just try a Google search...


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Jul 13, 2006 21:04 |  #4

Yeah, I thought about Google right after I posted. I agree, Kev, cool link. Tilt-shift lenses are cool...
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Reed Goodwin wrote:
Can someone explain to me what a tilt-shift lens is and how it works? I see them on Canon's site, but I dont know how they're used.
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Reed

There's a good lens on the fred miranda forums right now (Canon lenses) with many mouth-watering examples of how it can be used.




  
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Jul 13, 2006 21:32 |  #6

A good recent thread on T/S lenses is here; I am currently debating getting a 24-105L vs. one of the shorter T/S lenses. I might even start a poll, or just grit my teeth and get both.


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