31676Re: My best ever M45, with TMB 80mm - Epilogue
- Sep 1, 2006Thanks Wayne...
The problem is, I would like to be around 500mmm focal length, which
would be better for most images, but I have already 9 months a Televue
flattener 1.1 on order, which does not arrive, and nobody seems to be
able to deliver one. So I decided I had to move on.
Of course I will regret, but as mentioned, can't have it all ;).
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Wayne G" <fomalhaut@...> wrote:
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> This will also be few of the last images with my TMB 80mm as I found a
> used FSQ, which will offer me a bit more focal length.
> [WG:] Shame, Dodi, your images thru the TMB 80 have been (including
> those two in this post) among the best pictures I've ever seen taken,
> irregardless of aperture, and almost stunning considering the small 80mm
> size. That says a lot. They always looked like a much larger
> instrument had been used.
> Maybe you've run out of good things to shoot at the F.L. of the 80 and
> it is time to move on, but I know you will always miss the 80 and regret
> not still having it.
> Thanks for the many spectacular views provided over the years with it;
> I still have the one you took with your dog in the foreground looking up
> at the sky--- his memorial shot! (From one pet owner to another)
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