I have recently decided to go Hasselbald. I will need to shoot digital and I have been told the 503cw is the body for me. What is the difference between between the 503cw and the 503cxi? The cxi seems to be more ava. and at at better price.
Re: Whats the diff between the 503cw and the 503cxi?
The only real difference between the two is that the 503cxi have a too short, vignetting, mirror. The 503cw have a long, non-vignetting mirror. The vignetting is only noticeable in the viewfinder, and when using lenses 150mm or longer.
Both bodies will accept winder CW, and both have TTL flash metering.
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Your camera has 4 modes flash function :
1; Flash Off ( flash will Off in any shoot)
2. Flash Fill in ( flash always On)
3. Auto Flash (Camera decided flash)
4. Red Eye reduction flash ( Camera decide flash).
You can set your flash base on your need.
The 1450 Lincon and the 1450 digital basically does the same things only that the digital is more advance in that it is has mother board whith digital control. it is more acurate in its sttings eg acurate time and acurate temparature setting. It also can give diagnostic massages within the control.
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Advance the camera. Open up the shutter(set mirror lock-up). You'll have to remove the Winder CW to do this. Push black Tap up to open up the shutter. Don't worry, lens is still closed. You'll not see anything from the viewfinder, just black. Trip the shutter button. Now, check the images. What do you get? Try shooting under one second in low light. Battery is new and not over 5 years old?
71% related to digital back 24% related to battery 4% related to electronic/mech problems & human errors 1% related to camera's back to digital back
this is not a problem.. if you leave the camera in the ON setting for long enough.. it goes to sleep ... in order to conserve battery life.. you need to keep some of the buttons pressed for a bit for it to wake up... e.g. keep the picture taking button depressed for 5 secs.
If you were checking the pictures after just shooting them then its probably a CF card problem. You can also get the same error .. i.e. corrupted files from the cameras perspective.. if you use a CF card reader and try to change the pictures on the card.
You should try to connect the CF card that has those pictures to a computer it might be able to open them.. .
if you can acquire sharp image with your 80mm, but not the 50mm and 120mmmm, there is no problem with your camera body, i.e. lens-flange to film plane. but how come you can not manage to get a sharp spot anywhere from the full turn of focusing rings with your 50mm and 120mm, unless the lens units inside these 2 lenses shifted. i doubt this happened to both lenses simultaneously?
if you are sure that your lenses have problem, send them for focusing test, since they are good and expensive lenses.