So I recently bought an old lens for quite cheap at a thrift store (the specs on the sides say "Spiratone 1:5.6 f=300mm Mirror Lens No.8300968 ø72 Minitel-S Plura-Coat"), and it appears to be built for SLR cameras rather than my Canon Rebel. I've done some research and it appears that a t-ring...
when filming myself (make me look better) vs a dslr full frame set at 35mm lens mounted on tripod on video mode? which is more of an accurate look? also is this how other see me compare to mirror we look at everyday?
Hello To everyone,
Im quite new to the forum and sorry in advance if I didnt post this in the right section.
Recently I've started shooting film and couple of days ago I bought a Canon FTb.
Upon inspection I noticed it has a big black spot on the mirror, as you can see in the photos I posted...
I took a photo with my Yashica Quartz FX-D and the mirror never came down. The wind on lever is stuck and won't move forward and although I can push the capture button down, no picture is taken.
The mirror is definitely not stuck up because it's gummy, I took it to the repair shop and...
I have a problem, i have a retro lens from the 60s (Super-Takumar 55/1,8) with M42 mount adapter (simple adapter, no glass) witch I use on my Nikon D7200.
When i focus the mirror bumps into it. Witch adapter should I use?
(sorry for my bad english)