First picture ever taken at f32..

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    I took this picture at f32 at approximately 1823 hours. The pole and street pole banner is approximately 1/16th of a mile east of the city hall.

    I am actually pretty happy with how in focus both the street banner and the building are.

    I used my Nikon D7100 with a my nikon 50mm 1.8d set at iso 200, 1/15, f32 on a tripod.

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    When you need depth of field, f/32 gives it to you.
     
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    Nikon 50/1.8 D? F/32? ....
     
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    Maybe he meant to write f/22.
     
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    EXIF says f/32. I'm stumped as to how that's possible.
     
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    My 50/1.8 only goes to F-22 but the exif information does say f/32...so...perhaps he was using a telconnverter or an old 55 micro? I dunno' and I really don't care too much.
     
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    Mine too. Maybe it's a set of custom aperture blades.

    Or it's a lens used by Spinal Tap. :beguiled:
     
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    Nice shot. I don't know anything about a Nikon D7100 and it's limitations but my Canon D80 goes up to f/32 so apparently it depends on the camera as to whether it will go above F/22 or not. It's understandable why you used 1/15th and on a tripod when there's fairly good light. Good job.
     
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    That's a new one. A lens goes to f/22 on one body, and f/32 on another.

    Anyone want to buy a bridge I've got for sale in Brooklyn?
     
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    The readout that you see on your camera is getting that aperture number from the lens that you have mounted.
     
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    I was wondering about that so
    If a lens wants to "identify" as an f/32 that's it's business, lol! Hey, I totally misunderstood, never mind.
     
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    Then my 200-500 should identify as an f/0.4. :biglaugh:
     
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