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Rookie. I just went outside and was able to see things approximately 93,000,000 miles away. Tonight, I'll be able to look at things millions of...
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In order to capture a 10-foot tall/wide scene from just 5 miles away, you'd need a focal length of around 60,000mm. No such production lens...
I understand....... that you're going to learn what 'shooting in DX mode' means. :allteeth:
Seriously... I think you're gonna love stepping up...
Solution: IrfanView. :586:
First, I have to set IrfanView to be the default viewer.
Then I open an image by double-clicking it's icon in the...
Then you're more concerned with counting pennies than counting images.
The cost of a few frames lost in order to spool it up is more than made up in the overall savings spread out over the cost of a 100' roll.
Roll your own, and you can make sure you get as many as 37 or 38 frames.
Hard to tell. A lot might have been lost in digitizing it.
I used to shoot only 35 frames on purpose (except for slides) for this reason alone. Any 'savings' gained by getting that one, single negative...
So the film is free as well? Where does the line form? :biggrin-93:
Interesting thing about getting 'just' 35 frames: You'll get an entire roll into just one binder sheet (7 rows of 5 frames each).
But you have a camera...... and a darkroom....:048:
You're more than free to dispute that vicious pack of truths.
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