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I had been enjoying the Helicon products for some time using a Nikon D7000. I have upgraded to FX and these are my first stacks with a Nikon D600. You can see the full size photo at: http://victor-naraveckis.smugmug.com/Flowers/Flowers-Helicon-Naraveckis/i-6hwr3BR/0/XL/Tulipanes-XL.jpg [urlhttp://vi...
- 17.10.2011 00:16
- Forum: Gallery
- Topic: Photo Sharpness enhanced with Helicon Focus
- Replies: 3
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One of the advantages of using Helicon Focus beyond the Micro and Macro photograpy is the possibility to use the lens at their sharpest point we you are shooting normal size objects. Every lens have an optimal range of sharpness (from Ken Rockwell: Most lenses are their sharpest from two stops below...
Not at all, the buttons size is ok. The response time is very good. I can operate the software on the tablet using my fingers but for more precision I am using a capacitive stylus pen. The tablet comes with an small 32GB ssd (no so much space left for pictures after windows 7 takes what he needs) bu...
- 09.10.2011 05:38
- Forum: Helicon Focus: Macro
- Topic: camera focus constant, move camera... or use focus ring?
- Replies: 17
- Views: 40761
Hi, this is my first post here. I am using Helicon Focus and Helicon Remote with Stackshot Macro rail. So far the results seems very good. Here you can see some examples: http://victor-naraveckis.smugmug.com/Flowers/Flowers-Helicon-Naraveckis/19175936_dq2Wz4#1494461441_TF64kmK-A-LB http://victor-nar...