Looks like you're using a bubble leveler Jim! I just got mine and have been really pleased with my results. Makes all the difference! And a tripod. I got one to use with my 14mm 2.8 Nikor I got with my first digital camera so I'd not be narrowed because of the crop factor. I darken corners intentionally for the most part though. My final result with the 1.5 crop is 21mm. But soon I'll land a a D700 and be shooting will a full 14mm. And them probably so some cropping. http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3055/2675167925_b852792045.jpg?v=0 mark@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Mark William Rabiner > From: Jim Brick <jim@xxxxxxxxx> > Reply-To: "hasselblad@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <hasselblad@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> > Date: Wed, 1 Oct 2008 10:15:23 -0700 > To: "hasselblad@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <hasselblad@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> > Subject: [HUG ] Re: SV: Re: AW: Re: Biogons and digital backs > > > On Oct 1, 2008, at 8:23 AM, Tom Just Olsen wrote: > >> Canon 1Ds III and 16-35 mm 2,8L II. The Canon offers three aparture >> stops from the senter to corner in light fall off. > > > This is total bologna! I have this exact system, use the 16mm at 16mm > all of the time, and find basically zero fall-off. > > I heard this before buying the system and subsequently found that they > were smoking dope! Where do they come up with stuff? > > I've been shooting a project since June (an old campus estate inside & > out) and I've used the 16/2.8L at 16mm for dozens of shots and I have > experienced ZERO falloff! > > You can take that to the bank! > > Here are a few examples: > > http://www.visualimpressions.com/16/2.8L_at_16mm/ > > Jim > > > > ============================================================================== > =============================== > To unsubscribe from this list, go to www.freelists.org and logon to your > account (the same e-mail address and password you set-up when you subscribed,) > and unsubscribe from there. ============================================================================================================= To unsubscribe from this list, go to www.freelists.org and logon to your account (the same e-mail address and password you set-up when you subscribed,) and unsubscribe from there.