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#1 George Stratford

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Posted 23 December 2005 - 03:56 PM

Hey guys
Well this might be a stupid question but here we go. I am using a 35mm adapter on the FX1 and using a 20mm nikkor 2.6 and getting some mad light falloff. I have tried many things with little results. I know center filters are used mostly in larger photo formats but do you think this may help? If you have any advice or opinions I would love to hear it. Thanx


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#2 ramanlokvarma

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Posted 24 January 2006 - 05:47 AM

Hey guys
Well this might be a stupid question but here we go. I am using a 35mm adapter on the FX1 and using a 20mm nikkor 2.6 and getting some mad light falloff. I have tried many things with little results. I know center filters are used mostly in larger photo formats but do you think this may help? If you have any advice or opinions I would love to hear it. Thanx
Coady Marshall



hi
i heard some thing about nikkor..that is if we dont have perfect focus pulling we get lot of troubles..so insted of nikkor why can't use cova lenses.try it. if i'm wrong tell what will be the right choise...thank u.
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