I did order another identical zoom lens for 14$, and it arrived after only 13 days from China today.HermannSW wrote: ↑Fri Jul 03, 2020 7:42 amSo this morning when I went to bathroom I stopped, went back and moved my WoodenBoardPi with HQ camera and 35mm lens as well as zoom lens to bathroom:
I was totally happy with what I got, looked at magnification only for now. I am sure I can do better with other aspects of the photo. This is full size 6.2MB 12MP photo shot:
https://stamm-wilbrandt.de/en/forum/ohr ... m.zoom.jpg
Here is 100% cutout from that photo, just the Ohrsberturm -- it is 2.3km distant from HQ camera with 35mm lens with zoom lens in series:
Its an old CANON FD 85mm F1.8
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My attempt, 16mm kit lens at 1/8000s and about f/11 at 100%, minimally processed in Matlab.
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raspistill -t 50000 -r -ss 125 -ag 1 -o /home/pi/Pictures/test01.jpg --focus
That is impressive.gordon77 wrote: ↑Wed Jul 22, 2020 8:33 amIts an old CANON FD 85mm F1.8
with one of these adaptors https://www.amazon.co.uk/Fotodiox-Pro-A ... cs&sr=1-10 which allows you to set the aperture, best to stop it down a bit.
Here's the setup...made during lockdown with available parts !! Uses a python script to trigger on movement.
Thanks Gordon. Got it attached.gordon77 wrote: ↑Tue Aug 04, 2020 4:37 pmWith the word install on the blue ring lined up with the red dot, as shown in the first picture, the lens should then mount as it does as on the camera. Align the lens with the red dot on the front of the adaptor.
Then rotate the blue ring to set the aperture.