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#1 Brian Dzyak

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Posted 15 December 2006 - 02:05 AM

I just need a clarification if anyone here knows the answer. When choosing a lens file in the menu, one finds a simple list of numbers to pick from. Is there a list of lenses which corresponds with those numbers? There is nothing in the user manual to help.

I have a file chosen, but I'm not convinced that I have the correct one. Or maybe I'm just misunderstanding the entire process.

Thank you!
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#2 Harry Capota

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Posted 22 February 2007 - 03:45 PM

I just need a clarification if anyone here knows the answer. When choosing a lens file in the menu, one finds a simple list of numbers to pick from. Is there a list of lenses which corresponds with those numbers? There is nothing in the user manual to help.

I have a file chosen, but I'm not convinced that I have the correct one. Or maybe I'm just misunderstanding the entire process.

Thank you!



which camera?

with SONY you have to create these files, or they have been made by a former user. In last case
it's useful to name the lens files with a short description, Lens, T Stop, focal length.
a brand new camera won't have any lens files stored inside.

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