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martin @mart911 14. Jan 2010, 18:01

Ko fotografiram na stojalu bi pred proženjem rad dvignil zrcalo in se tako znebil vseh vibracij. Problem nastane ker nikjer v menijih nisem zasledil te možnosti. Prebral sem navodila ina o možnosti ne duha ne sluha. Morda veste ali je ta možnost le navoljo in sm jo morda spregledal. Gre pa za nikona d90, glede vse funkcije ki jih ima bi skoraj moral imeti tudi to.
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Grega Podobnik @sajko 14. Jan 2010, 18:12

D90 tako kot D80 nima te opcije, lahko uporabiš le "exposure delay", ki ti dvigne mirror potem pa pocaka sekundo ali dve preden sprozi.

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Jan Kajfež @Geccko 14. Jan 2010, 18:14

"D10 Exposure delay mode
Choose on to delay shutter release until about one second after the mirror is raised.This reduces the effects of vibration caused by raising the mirror."

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-- If you saw a man drowning and you could either save him or photograph the event...what kind of film would you use? --
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Stane Crnjak @staneC 14. Jan 2010, 18:16

so že povedal.... biggrin Exposure delay mode.
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iztok @izo 14. Jan 2010, 18:21

tu je nekj to opisano
http://nikond90blog.blogspot.com/2009/12/nikon-d90-mirror-lock-up.html
pa še ta link bo mogoče zanimiv, kjer je jasno videt, kakšno "štalo" dela špegl s svojimi vibtracijami (in kje je prednost rangefinder kamerc). da srednji format ne omenjam..
http://www.stockholmviews.com/mup/mirror-up.html
pa malo morem jasno piknit, hehe

D90 "liveview" is not a substitute for MLU or anti-shock mode. Nikon liveview causes the mirror to drop, then immediately raise, when you press the shutter button. It actually makes vibration worse than shooting in regular "no liveview" mode.
Canon liveview works entirely differently, doesn't drop the mirror, and really does reduce vibration. Canon cameras all have MLU, right down to the dRebel, but it's harder to work than on a Nikon

malo za hec, malo zares..
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martin @mart911 14. Jan 2010, 18:24

Torej nism nč spregledu, hvala za nasvete. Mi je pa kr mal čudn da to ni navoljo.
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Jan Kajfež @Geccko 14. Jan 2010, 18:25

Drugace pa gospod Ken Rockwell pravi tudi : "2 seconds is for replacing mirror lock-up when using a tripod with long exposures."

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-- If you saw a man drowning and you could either save him or photograph the event...what kind of film would you use? --
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martin @mart911 14. Jan 2010, 18:28

Ja očitno bo treba to nastavt.


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