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35mm Konica autoplex T3

I would like to know the models for: Macro lens plus zoom lens, filters
And 2x
Thanks,
Bob

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SOURCE: S70 Macro Focus Problem?

The macro is good at 4cm at wide angle, 8inches at full telephoto(different distances for any focal length in between). I read that someplace in the manual, I believe.

Posted on Sep 11, 2005

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SOURCE: telephoto lens

Hi, the adoptor tube are not compatible to the camera try to consult nearest lense seller they can recommend the exact adoptor lenses to your camera.

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SOURCE: Hi..... Years ago I purchased

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SOURCE: Will a quantaray 28-105 1:3.8-5.4 Zoom lens

The 35mm Rebel Ti and the Rebel 300D use the same lens mounting protocol. All Canon cameras designated 'EOS' use the autofocus EF lenses. If your Quantaray lens worked on the Rebel Ti, it will fit and should work on the Rebel 300D.

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SOURCE: The zoom only works upto 2X. When you zoom and it

Try going into the menu of the camera and reset your camera. Other than that you may have a bad lens.

Posted on Jul 03, 2009

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Cannot figure out how to take good macro shot with new Tamron len


With an SLR you only get true macro focussing on a lens that has proper macro focussing abilities. Unfortunately in the photogaraphy world, there are a huge number of lenses which claim to have macro ability but are stretching the term far too much.

Strictly speaking, macro means that the lens is capable of producing images on the sensor which are the same size as the actual subject or even bigger, at life size this is described as 1:1 macro. Your Tamron lens is only capable of a maximum 1:3.7 "macro", and that's only at the 200mm zoom setting with the subject no closer than 45cm from the lens. By SLR zoom lens standards, that's actually pretty good, but if you want to go closer and get greater magnification you need to either use a supplementary close-up filter lens or for better optical quality use a set of extension rings. The trade off with close up filter lenses is poor image quality and usually plenty of colour fringing and with extension rings is that if you're using a 2x magnification at 200mm, your f5-ish maximum aperture at 200mm becomes a very dark f10.

The only way to get good macro results is to either use a proper (=expensive) macro lens and excellent lighting, or use extension rings plus a good ring flash unit. However you can improve your macro by investing in a more capable zoom lens with a closer minimum focus distance and a better aperture at the telephoto end of the range. This can be expensive, or you can pick up some very cheap 35mm film SLR lenses. Using an adapter will never allow you to achieve infinity focus on a Canon digital SLR but you can get a close focussing 200mm f3.8 very cheaply. The crop factor of your smaller sensor means it will have the same angle of view as a 310mm lens but the aperture will remain at f3.8. As Canon digital SLR's have the deepest body register (lens to sensor distance) of the current systems then you'll also have the effect of using it on an extension ring. The downside is that you'll have to use the lens in a totally manual mode as no information will be communicated to your camera body. By mounting the lens back to front using a reversing ring you can achieve some really stunning macro magnifications but then you need a tripod, powerful flash and absolutely no wind... There was also a Makinon 80-200mm zoom which sells for next to nothing on auction websites, but it had a macro collar which allowed it to achieve around half size macro (1:2).

Alternatively, if the Fuji still works and does the job just keep it in your camera bag ready for those types of shots. overall, that seems the easiest and best solution unless you really want to get heavily into macro shooting.

I hope that I've helped you, please ask more if there's anything unclear. I've tried to keep a very complicated subject as simple as possible. Please also take a moment to rate my answer.

Mar 05, 2010 | Tamron 28-300mm f/3.5-6.3 DI XR for Canon

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Can you give me a quote on a konica T3


If you mean a price as in value, the best place to check is eBay.

In the last two weeks, 13 of them were listed, 10 sold. The best price was 107$ for a body with the 50mm 1.7 lens. The rest were 1/2 that or lower...

Mar 28, 2008 | Photography

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35mm Pantex Camera model # ME


That's the focal length of the lens. If there're two numbers, then the lens is either a zoom or a "vari-focal" lens, meaning the lens can change focal length from one end to the other. In this case, the lens can change its focal length from 150mm to 750mm, either by turning a ring or pushing/pulling a ring.

BTW I wasn't aware Pentax had a zoom that long. Are you sure it's not 75-150?

Dec 14, 2007 | Pentax Cameras

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What is the distance at Macro mode?


In wide-angle macro mode, the minimum focus range is as close as 30cm from CCD (21cm from the lens front.) At this point, the magnification is 0.03x (equivalent to 0.12x in 35mm format).(Focal length is 7.2mm. At maximum magnification 283mm x 213mm of the subject can be captured.) In telephoto macro mode, the minimum focus range is 25cm from CCD (13 cm from the lens front) and the magnification is 0.18x (equivalent to 0.7x in 35mm format). (Focal length is 42.7mm to 50.8mm. At maximum magnification 52mm x 39mm of the subject can be captured.)

Sep 15, 2005 | Konica Minolta DiMAGE A200 Digital Camera

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What is the distance at Macro mode?


In wide-angle macro mode, the minimum focus range is as close as 30cm from CCD(21cm from the lens front.) At this point, the magnification is 0.03x (equivalent to 0.12x in 35mm format). (Focal length is7.2mm. At maximum magnification 283mmx213mm of the subject can be captured.) In telephoto macro mode, the minimum focus range is 25cm from CCD(13cm from the lens front )and the magnification is 0.177x (equivalent to 0.7x in 35mm format). (Focal length is42.7mm to 50.8mm. At maximum magnification 50mmx37mm of the subject can be captured.)

Sep 15, 2005 | Konica Minolta DiMAGE A1 Digital Camera

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What is the distance range at macro-photography for the DiMAGE Z3?


Macro: Wideangle: 0.1m to 1.0m (from lens front) / Telephoto: 1.2m to 2.5m (from lens front) Wideangle: 0.185m to 1.085m (from CCD) / Telephoto: 1.285m to 2.585m (from CCD) Super Macro: 3cm to 100cm (from lens front), 9.5cm to 109.5cm (from CCD), focal length: 10.45 mm (equivalent to 63mm in 35mm format)

Sep 13, 2005 | Konica Minolta DiMAGE Z3 Digital Camera

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Is the wide converter attachable?


Wide converter can be attached by using the dedicated adaptor ring ZCA-300 and will provide equivalent to 26mm angle of view in 35mm film. The closest subject distance: Normal Recording mode: 70.5 cm (from CCD), 60 cm (from the front of wide converter) Macro mode : 20.5 cm (from CCD), 10 cm (from the front of wide converter) *1 Set the Lens acc. to Wide Converter. in the setup menu. (Optical zoom will be fixed at wide-angle end.) *2 Built-in flash can be used when attaching a filter, but shadowing may occur at the bottom of the image. In this case, use of program flash 5600HS(D), 3600HS(D), 2500(D) (sold separately) is recommended. *3 Filter with 52mm in diameter can be attached to the adapter ring.

Sep 13, 2005 | Konica Minolta DiMAGE Z3 Digital Camera

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If you zoom to less than 12x


The macro setting on the fz series allows you to get within a couple of centimeters of the subject and obtain focus. That is pretty close. That is too close. The camera will throw a shadow. You need some room. Most high zoom cameras (notably Olympus) have macro capabilty throughout the zoom which not only increases the magnification but also allows you (requires you) to put some distance between the lens and the subject. The panasonic fz series is different. They do not have macroability at zooms greater than 2x-3x. Beyond that there is no increase in magnification. Why? I dont know. Maybe this feature was designed on a Monday. Fortunately this can all be rectified with the use of a closeup lens. Now the fz series will react like most other high zoom cameras and do it well. The Olympus b-macro is such a lens. There are many others

Sep 06, 2005 | Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ10 Digital Camera

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If you zoom to less than 12x


Sorry you're having such a problem with the fz1 w/b-macro. Here is a shot of the stock fz1 w/b-macro at full 12x zoom - resized only. Try practicing on still objects such as coins or jewlery. If you are beyond 10-12 inches you are probably too far away.

Sep 06, 2005 | Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ1 Digital Camera

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