Fro Knows Photo 6d

Froknows Photo

It's just another one trying to earn a living. I do not see where is not somehow. Bought it, or should I buy it? No! And why? Yes, as always, why are there guys, guys, like everyone out there to do, to make joy and passion, who voluntarily share their experience, know why everything just enjoy and secrets with the world for free, what I do and not try, money in a beginners or enthusiasts of the Pet photography and videography. It's ultimately the free choice. Pay for something, that can (!) for the research and teaching on its own (photos/camera makers are things for beginners free), Act and develop lament with online or things in a week to buy, because account it gives nothing (!), not what others get done go ahead and is characterized with the world for free!And it is not cheap, but be smart! :) MTF (modulation transfer function) is one of the measures the performance of a lens to be assessed; Reproducibility of white contrast exchange of ideas with the characteristics of the spatial frequency. Spatial frequencies, type the number of lines per millimeter. In the MTF chart on this Web site, the horizontal axis is expressed in millimeters and is the distance between the center of the image at the edges and contrast value (the maximum value is 1) fro knows photo 6d on the vertical axis, with fixed lines/mm and 30 10 lines/mm spatial frequencies displayed. For each lens is the MTF chart based on the value of the maximum target of opening; the red line shows the spatial frequency of 10 lines per mm and the blue line, lines per 30 mm. In the area of the tree, the reproducibility of contrast lens varies sagittal orientation and South with astigmatic affection. Specifies the path of the 10 lines per mm the reproducibility of the contrast of the target (the highest and far right are better). The highest and furthest right are route 30 lines per mm, as well as the resolution of the lens. Please keep in mind that the performance of the lens can be measured with the MTF chart. Anti-aliasing or blurring the measure applies the color. . . . . .