Re: [PanoToolsNG] shaved Tokina 10-17mm question
- I used indelible India Ink and a Q-tip. Not expensive and comes in a
nice small bottle.
On Mar 26, 2008, at 3:33 PM, Luca Vascon wrote:
> for bare aluminium use an aluminium black primer! all other things
> come off sooner or later.
> Carel ha scritto:
> > With some major input, help and encouragement from Pat Swovelin, we
> > have just
> > shaved my Tokina 10-17mm fisheye yesterday. We used more or less the
> > method
> > mentioned on Michel Thoby's website, but used a Dremel tool
> instead of a
> > hacksaw, because I could not find a good guiding rig to limit the
> > hacksaw's
> > cut to a set depth. The Dremel tool worked ok, although the result
> looks a
> > bit choppy. In hindsight the beautifull Gyros razor saw would
> > have
> > given a neater cut, although it would probably take hours to
> manually cut
> > with that saw.
> > My question is how the other proud owners of a shaved Tokina
> protect the
> > lens, as the original lenscap is now too shallow. Also, what kind
> of paint
> > or ink is best to blacken the bare aluminum.
> > Carel
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