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Subject: Re: [Leica] Useful link for focus adjustment
From: "SonC \(Sonny Carter\)" <>
Date: Tue, 14 Jan 2003 08:39:50 -0600
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Gee, Richard, my biggest problem in this area is simply remembering to
re-compose!  If I stopped to do the math, I might never get a picture.
Interesting approach though.

Sonny Carter
(Who spent more time in Freshman Math classes than the teachers did!)

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From: "richard torsleff" <>
To: <>
Sent: Tuesday, January 14, 2003 7:07 AM
Subject: [Leica] Useful link for focus adjustment

> For those who haven't seen it, I can recommend Martin Tai's Leica M
& Rs
> recompose focus guide. Great for understanding how to be able to
> shots that are not head on while maintaining precise focus even at
> aparture, this was a bit hit and miss for me before even with SLRs
> (although easier).
> I made a revised table (M lenses and distances only) for personal
use that
> I printed at 40%, plasticlaminated and taped w/ double adhesive to
the base
> plate of my M6, as a constant reference while memorizing the f/stop
> where to refocus. I'll ask him if it's OK to distribute it off list
> those in need.
> Richard Torsleff
> Ellips Arkitekter AB
> Stadsgarden 17
> 116 45 STOCKHOLM
> T: +46-8-702 9919
> F: +46-8-702 2233
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