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How do i stop the mirror image on A garmin BC 30 what to mount the camera on the front of my truck

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To mount the camera, try blu-tak or elastoplast

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The image is directed by the lens to a mirror then to a prism then to the viewfinder. The mirror flips up when you take a picture so the image can reach the film behind it. If the lens is ok it is possible that the mirror is very dirty or not returning completely to the proper position after a picture is taken. If the mirror is dirty you should have it professionally cleaned because it is a very light weight metal mirror and VERY EASILY SCRATCHED. If you have another lens then mount it and see if it is also blurry and cannot be focused.

A few cameras like certain Olympus models have a mirror lock up option which you use after focusing the image while the camera is on a tripod. This gets rid of the slight vibration caused by the mirror swinging up out of the way while taking. a picture.

If all else fails you might consider taking it to a good camera shop if you can find one.

Digital cameras are getting better and better but there are still things film cameras can do that most digitals cannot. Long exposures in "Bulb" mode and multiple exposures are among these. Also each brand of film has it's own Artistic color expression such as Afgachrome vs. Kodachrome.

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I recently obtained a used Quantaray for Nikon 500mm f8 f/8 Mirror lens. I have a Nikon d3000 and I am not sure how to attach it to my camera.


For Nikon AF and manual focus SLRs. The compatible T Mount System makes it possible to use most any single lens reflex camera in combination with various front camera attachments such as telescopes, mirror lenses and slide duplicators. The T Mount is a metal connector that screws onto the compatible front attachment and allows this combination to be coupled to the SLR camera lens mount.

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Hi, It sounds like the 'mirror up' option is selected since the mirror will stay up for 30 seconds then close and it wouldn't be active on any of the basic settings. You'll want to go into your settings menu and disable mirror lockup. If you need anymore help just let me know =)

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Bascially the t-mount was screwed on to the camera and when the lens was screwed on the t-mount the camera said that there was no lens so my nikon wouldnt work. can u give me any tips on what to do next.


The Rokinon lens lacks the electronics to communicate with the camera. You need to set the camera to the Manual exposure mode. Since the mirror lens also lacks an aperture control, you will need to control the exposure by changing the shutter speed and/or the ISO setting. Also, depending on the model of your Nikon, you may or may not get any exposure assistance from the camera's light meter. If you don't, you can use the image review on the LCD and the histogram to tune your exposure.

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Dropped the camera and the inner mirror mounting broke. i would like to replace it


These are glued in. Its a very precise thing, because if you get it wrong, you have glue where it does not belong and a mirror in the wrong place. That means your AF won't work and IF the mirror goes up, it may hit the end of the lens. It may also not get totallly out of the way, and show up in your images.
Another 300si or 400si from EBay would be a better choice if you cannot afford the repair cost.

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My FM10 focus screen does not focus, but split image works


I have seen bent mirrors and mis-aligned focus screens do this. It is possible for the film plane to be in focus while the viewfinder is out. you can test this with newspaper and a tape measure. buy a cheap roll of neg film and set up your camera on a tripod at a fixed distance, say 6ft. from the paper. Ideally I'd attach the paper to a light stand or the back of a chair. so that the paper is at 6ft, the back wall is at maybe 10ft. and there's something in the foreground in case its front focusing. then set the lens at what the scale says is 6ft regardless of what the viewfinder looks like. Shoot one frame with an aperture of f/2.8 on your 50mm. Shoot a second frame at f/16. rewind the film & develop it at a drug store or 1hr lab. if both images are sharp, the problem is in the mirror/ prism. if the 2.8 is OOF it's the mounting ring. I want you to shoot the F/16 to prove that the stop down lever is functioning.

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Minolta to Nikon --Switching to Digital -- LENSE problems


Mirror lenses have no aperture nor AF, so they mount via a T mount. A $30 item that screws on the end of a mirror lens that fits your camera. A mirror lens has it's physical likes and dislikes against a glass 500mm. A glass 500mm will give a better image if you can stop down to F8 F16. Then you have shutter speeds to consider and those lenses are usually connected to the camera's contacts. So they can be specific to a single body. There are older Tamron lenses that take Adaptall mounts, they are old and hard to find. But they solved the multiple body problems for "auto" program lenses. None had AF, when AF camera around, we were back to individual lenses per body.

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The mirror is halfway up, and will not move when you actuate the shutter, for my Pentax MZ-30. Any button I push or switch I move, makes the camera make a whinning sound and nothing happens.


Try to remove the battery with the camera in "OFF" then reinstall the battery (make sure the camera is off) and set your top right dial to the "P" (Pict position). Make sure the switch to the lower right front of the lens mount is set in AF. The n power the camera body back on. This should resolve the problem.

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