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July 9, 2014 - 24 went


I asked Popular Photography for permission to show this little blurb from one of their issues.

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Added by Carl C.
on Jul 3, 2014.


  • Carl C.

    So, to boil it down, you probably want the vertical mark on your lens to correspond to the vertical infinity mark at the left end of the line. I find on my 24-105 lens that if I rotate the lens all the way to infinity until it hits the end of its travel, then back it off a bit I can see things like stars, the Moon, fireworks, etc., become sharp. When I look at the distance index on my lens barrel it's always just where it shows on that little drawing above.

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