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Re: Removing vignette in 35mm Depth-of-Field adapters

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Jason JenkinsRe: Removing vignette in 35mm Depth-of-Field adapters
by on Sep 23, 2010 at 3:35:18 pm

[clyde villegas] "I asked someone from another forum on how to remove vignetting. I was told to make the camera's lens zoom in closer pass the vignette. However, doing this blurs the entire image"

Once you lock your focus in on the ground glass you should be able to zoom to any level without affecting the focus. Are you on manual focus with the focus ring locked or taped down? Vignetting can be caused by using lenses that are too slow.

Jason Jenkins
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