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Jun 03, 2015 09:45 as a reply to  @ post 17581507 |  #7066

If it's not an issue on the Canon Body but is on the Sony it is most likely light leak. . Did you cover the viewfinder?


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Jun 03, 2015 12:15 |  #7067

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Jun 03, 2015 12:49 |  #7068

TRhoads wrote in post #17582413 (external link)
If it's not an issue on the Canon Body but is on the Sony it is most likely light leak. . Did you cover the viewfinder?

Nope. And I never have, ever, on any camera. I'll try that & also somehow covering the mounts. Hopefully also try the filter again later on [or tomorrow] on my Voigtlander 40 as I now have a 43>58 step adapter.


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Jun 03, 2015 13:58 |  #7069

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Nope. And I never have, ever, on any camera. I'll try that & also somehow covering the mounts. Hopefully also try the filter again later on [or tomorrow] on my Voigtlander 40 as I now have a 43>58 step adapter.

It is not something I normally do either, unless the sun is visible and directly behind me...it shines through the viewfinder! But I have seen and read about others having light leaks through ports, adapters, and seemingly impossible places...


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Jun 03, 2015 14:17 |  #7070

One from last night. 4 Minutes, with the Big Stopper and 3 Stop Solid ND. F/11, ISO 50.

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Jun 03, 2015 14:22 |  #7071

TRhoads wrote in post #17582697 (external link)
It is not something I normally do either, unless the sun is visible and directly behind me...it shines through the viewfinder! But I have seen and read about others having light leaks through ports, adapters, and seemingly impossible places...


I think lee uses a Sony A7 series camera. How can the sun shine through an EVF?-?

So id say it is a leak caused from the adapter


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Jun 03, 2015 14:31 |  #7072

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I think lee uses a Sony A7 series camera. How can the sun shine through an EVF?-?

So id say it is a leak caused from the adapter

well, see I know nothing about those cameras...I guess I should have been able to figure it out, since I do know its mirrorless...forgive the ID10T I am!;-)a


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Jun 03, 2015 14:36 |  #7073

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well, see I know nothing about those cameras...I guess I should have been able to figure it out, since I do know its mirrorless...forgive the ID10T I am!;-)a

Dont kick yourself mate, you do get mirrorless cameras with OVF, it just so happens that the Sony A7 series is EVF


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Jun 03, 2015 15:11 |  #7074

David - Even I didn't think of that :mrgreen: Travis - Light leak seems the likely cause with the C/Y>E adapter being the culprit ;) Backing that up is the fact that the longer the exposure, the more noticeable the problem is.

ML28 with the adapter [crudely] wrapped in some material, indoor plain ceiling shot, with ND110 equals nothing obvious showing up [on the camera LCD] - Will transfer to PC later on.

Going out for sunset tomorrow [fingers crossed] so will try again the same out on the beach & also same filter/s etc with the CV40


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Jun 03, 2015 15:17 |  #7075

Here's one with the A7 ML28 from last weekend at the coast with a severe crop from the right hand side ;)

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Jun 03, 2015 15:27 |  #7076

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well, see I know nothing about those cameras...I guess I should have been able to figure it out, since I do know its mirrorless...forgive the ID10T I am!;-)a

No no i didnt want you to feel idiotic, was just pointing it out. I was first long thinking about the problem but ive read a very interesting article about reflections some time ago. That article pointed out that it happens not that often that you really get reflections because of light going through the VF.
after some thinking about i was thinking hey wait is it even possible that reflections happen with an EVF? :lol:


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Jun 03, 2015 16:16 as a reply to  @ davidfarina's post |  #7077

No worries I do a pretty good job at being an ID10T all by myself! I have seen a few threads about reflection and. ND filters but they usually look a lot different. . So light leak was my first thought and viewfinder being the most common culprit....


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Jun 03, 2015 16:57 |  #7078

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No worries I do a pretty good job at being an ID10T all by myself! I have seen a few threads about reflection and. ND filters but they usually look a lot different. . So light leak was my first thought and viewfinder being the most common culprit....

One of my businesses is computer / network service and I see ID-10-T errors all the time :)


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Jun 03, 2015 19:00 |  #7079

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One of my businesses is computer / network service and I see ID-10-T errors all the time :)

Despite having a masters degree.... I make those errors all the time... And being the defacto IT guy at work means I get to deal with the ones made by my coworkers!


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Jun 03, 2015 19:54 |  #7080

This one is from this morning...standing in the rain with my tiny little travel umbrella covering the camera and my head...I missed the really good fog about 35 minutes earlier than this...it isn't a 9 or 10 stop, but it is the Lee Little Stopper.

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