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May 01, 2017 16:56 |  #1

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May 05, 2017 18:38 |  #2

I find it amazing that something about 350,000,000 miles away can be seen with a 300mm lens :-)


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May 05, 2017 19:31 |  #3

jgoetz4 wrote in post #18347406 (external link)
I find it amazing that something about 350,000,000 miles away can be seen with a 300mm lens :-)

Or the naked eye! ;)


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May 05, 2017 20:18 |  #4

jgoetz4 wrote in post #18347406 (external link)
I find it amazing that something about 350,000,000 miles away can be seen with a 300mm lens :-)

300mm on a crop body = 450mm then added in camera 1/3 crop making it 600mm fov eqv.
You would be supprised - then cropped in post Heavily;-)a:-)


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May 10, 2017 15:05 |  #5

Pagman wrote in post #18347463 (external link)
300mm on a crop body = 450mm then added in camera 1/3 crop making it 600mm fov eqv.
You would be supprised - then cropped in post Heavily;-)a:-)

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