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Apr 06, 2020 15:08 |  #39346

bobbyz wrote in post #19041477 (external link)
If it was 24mm TSE II, I would have taken it. 17mm is too wide for me.

you will have 2 TSEs, go in crop mode and you'll have 25.5mm as well


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Apr 06, 2020 15:27 |  #39347

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A7R4 with the massive combo of a Canon 500mm+1.4 and Sigma MC-11. This was handheld pointing almost straight up on Friday evening in my backyard. My shoulder could only take a few shots before I had to put it down. Too dang heavy  :p
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Apr 06, 2020 16:05 |  #39348

Trying to get 'artsy'. :-)

My late breakfast consisting of an omelet and potatoes O'Brien with chopped onions and bacon.


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Apr 06, 2020 16:05 |  #39349

vinmunoz wrote in post #19041708 (external link)
you will have 2 TSEs, go in crop mode and you'll have 25.5mm as well

It is a reverse crop for me as I am going to be using on Fuji. 24mm FF is like 18.6mm something.


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Apr 06, 2020 18:27 |  #39350

There's a Corona Virus thread here on POTN, but I have not seen many from this thread post there, so I thought I would repost what someone else posted In the event you were not aware there was such a thread.

It appears this Dr. is on the front lines in a IC unit in NYC was on a video confrence call to his peers around the country to bring awareness in how to deal with the virus in great detail, like no one else has.

This should be broadcast on all local TV stations. It will help you have a clear understanding on how to avoid getting the virus. The emphasis is on the importance on keeping the hands clean and not touching your face.

The video was posted to Utube by CDC of Dr. David Price -New York City



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Apr 06, 2020 18:27 |  #39351

I got this Kodak Service Rangefinder for focus assist on my Kodak Monitor Six-16 camera.

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Apr 06, 2020 18:59 |  #39352

Unfortunately dentists who are still providing emergency care are among those at highest risk of this virus. Almost everything we do in the mouth cause aerosolized particles that disperse quickly and at surprising lengths. I am fortunate that I am not allowed patient contact as a student, but some of my faculty are right there on the front lines, especially the oral surgeons who also work in the hospital. It's amazing how broadly impacting this virus is, and I hope that new health and safety standards can come from it. Hope everyone is still doing well and make sure to take care of yourself and those you are sheltering with.




  
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Apr 06, 2020 19:01 |  #39353

Ben DDS wrote in post #19041844 (external link)
Unfortunately dentists who are still providing emergency care are among those at highest risk of this virus. Almost everything we do in the mouth cause aerosolized particles that disperse quickly and at surprising lengths. I am fortunate that I am not allowed patient contact as a student, but some of my faculty are right there on the front lines, especially the oral surgeons who also work in the hospital. It's amazing how broadly impacting this virus is, and I hope that new health and safety standards can come from it. Hope everyone is still doing well and make sure to take care of yourself and those you are sheltering with.


I have a dentist that was 90 days past due on his rent before this...... I am trying to get him to pay us some PPE for our Senior Living side as back payment -?


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Apr 06, 2020 19:10 |  #39354

navydoc wrote in post #19041831 (external link)
I got this Kodak Service Rangefinder for focus assist on my Kodak Monitor Six-16 camera.

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Art! Especially love the black background. Well done.

Also art is that fabulous old KODAK logo. Superb fontography imo. And, of course, the industrial design of it all is wonderful.


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Apr 06, 2020 19:33 |  #39355

Ben DDS wrote in post #19041844 (external link)
Unfortunately dentists who are still providing emergency care are among those at highest risk of this virus. Almost everything we do in the mouth cause aerosolized particles that disperse quickly and at surprising lengths. I am fortunate that I am not allowed patient contact as a student, but some of my faculty are right there on the front lines, especially the oral surgeons who also work in the hospital. It's amazing how broadly impacting this virus is, and I hope that new health and safety standards can come from it. Hope everyone is still doing well and make sure to take care of yourself and those you are sheltering with.

When I was a Dental Technician in the Navy, from 1964 tp 1967, we didn't wear gloves or face shields normally and only gloves during oral surgery. Of course, we also handled Mercury daily and the dental lab had asbestos fabric to line the metal cylinders used to cast gold alloy into molds using the lost wax technique and a centrifuge.


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Apr 06, 2020 19:35 |  #39356

David Arbogast wrote in post #19041849 (external link)
Art! Especially love the black background. Well done.

Also art is that fabulous old KODAK logo. Superb fontography imo. And, of course, the industrial design of it all is wonderful.

Thanks David. And I agree that there was something special about the art deco look of many household products that excelled in combining art with function.


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Apr 06, 2020 19:49 |  #39357

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It is a reverse crop for me as I am going to be using on Fuji. 24mm FF is like 18.6mm something.

Medium Format?


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Apr 06, 2020 21:26 |  #39358

It was a beautiful day today so my "old guy" spent sometime outside....


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Apr 06, 2020 21:32 |  #39359

bobbyz wrote in post #19041483 (external link)
have you tried Live View Settings effect ON/OFF?

I just tried it under my desk and at f2.8 made litte difference, but at f13 worked really well. Will have another look when it gets dark tonight


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Apr 06, 2020 21:40 |  #39360

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