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Zman

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Helios 44-2 58mm f2 lens. Don't understand why the lens data shows 35mm ?
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Zman

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Because that's what you have it set as in the manual lens data?
Hi, Just checked my E-M1ii menu "Lens Info Settings" and the Helios info is correctly set to 58mm and f2.0. The culprit is the S-IS 1 was manually set to 35mm. Didn't realize that would affect the lens info. Another thing for me to check using my adapted lenses.
 

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I wanted to go out looking for shroomies for a while now but the big forests are quite far from me and I got lucky to find a few by accident in the woodland patches just outside where we live while walking the fluffer:

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They were just sitting in a patch of thinly spread trees with loads of autumn leaves on the ground.

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Trying to get a good perspective was a bit more difficult than I originally thought ... especially with such talk shroomies.

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From the top, they don't look very pretty, quite blackened and dry.

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This was the first time I struggled with DoF at f 8, need to find the courage to try f 16 or even f 22.

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Upclose from the top.

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This one was one of the smallest ones, around 5 cm tall.

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I notice this one was the only one, at that time, that was in direct sunlight of all of them ... and I swear the little leaf on the top was there before I got to it, I did not put it there :p

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I just wanted a "green" version.

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A few minutes later I stumbled upon this huge clump of shroomies clumping on each other like a match of rugby.
 
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L0n3Gr3yW0lf

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One of the weirdest things I have seen recently, a large clump of shroomies about 20 meters up on a tree.
 

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Micro macro....

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Yesterday’s pic...
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In cam focus stacking on. -1 or -2 exposure compensation added to darken the background.
 
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I used focus stacking on this one. Don't remember the exact stacking settings, probably 5-6 shots at a step of 5. I need to learn the names of the more common ones. I also just learned that if I open and save the JPG under a new name, the mu43 system recognizes it as a vertical and doesn't rotate it.

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