Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by Sympathy, Apr 21, 2008.
might need a step down adapter for those filters.
The filters drop in the rear
yeah they don't make filters large enough for the front of that lens..
would that thing even work on a digital camera? looks old and manual to me.
is that this thing
worth major $$$$
they go where the camera mount is
reflex lens? meh
bubbly bokeh ftw
I've got the 500 f/8 reflex and it's a pretty cool lens... It's not going to make you an awesome photographer, but it'll be fun to shoot with.
If you're shooting with a D300 you can meter with it and set up the custom lens function to assign the f number with it so you always get good exposure.
they're drop in filter
or you could just get a spot meter.
But your ideas good too...
sarcastic thread calls for serious answer? no.
also, the mamoru2's didn't give it away that I was kidding? jesus.
But in typical OT-fashion,
[OT]wtf you mean the hsugh didnt give it away that I was joking? jesus[/OT]
That makes sense... spend the extra money for something my camera can already do very efficiently.
lol reflective in-camera meters really are junk compared to spot-meters
I'm aware of the difference.
I'm not disputing the fact that spot meters are superior.
I'm simply saying that he's obviously not investing a shit load of money into a long lens, so he's probably not going to invest a bunch more into a meter when his camera can do perfectly fine without one.