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#1 Matt Cabinum

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Posted 23 December 2008 - 12:37 AM

Recently an AC friend of mine decided to get rid of his Mark II DOF calculator. I took it off his hands but now my only problem is that I don't have any literature on it. I know how to use the calculator itself but I'm not completely familiar with all of the tables on the back. Does anyone know where you can get a Mark II DOF calculator manual?? Thanks everyone!

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#2 Blake Alcantara

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Posted 16 March 2009 - 08:54 AM

First off, let me just say you are so lucky, and I'm jealous.

Second, you just have to input your appropriate information (lens; distance). Without looking at one, I do remember most calculations are based on .001. Then input your lens and distance of target. All of your variables should line up when looking at your chart, then follow the near and far limits on the wheel.

Good Luck!

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