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Question of the Day: Do you get "lens fog" on Pro3? If so, how to solve? DanSmigrod 1 9 monthsDanSmigrod (29825): WGAN Question of the Day (All) Do you get "lens fog" on the Matterport Pro3 Camera? If so, how to solve? Hi All, The WGAN Forum Question of the Day for Wednesday, 26 July 2023: Do you get "lens fog" on the Matterport Pro3 Camera? If so, how to solve? Dan P.S. This WGAN Question of the...
Smashed Ricoh theta z1 lens: Lens Replacement in Europe (Spain)? ImperialProperties 5 3 yearsPau (58): I'm glad to know that everything went well. We are here to help each other. Greetings!
Camera lens to use for real estate photography GETMYVR Jump to first page38Jump to last page 4 yearsPickChuck (413): I agree with @GETMYVR. It's camera specific. The thing I keep trying to bring home is that anything wider than 21mm full frame or 14'ish APSC makes the rooms look exaggerated. That being said shooting a bit wider in the bathrooms and closets (which I don't do unless they are magical) is ok. If I were going to choose one prime lens I would choose a 21mm FF / 14 mm APSC. If I were going for a zoom, I would choose 17-40 FF / 8-12 or...
Lens for RE Photography: 1-2 mm on the low end make a big difference? thereal360 10 4 yearshomefrontphoto (39): EFS does not work on full frame. I use a 16-35 L lens that I picked up on eBay for $700. That's my primary and it takes excellent pictures. I've heard good things about some of the Tamron wides but I can't really suggest any of them because I haven't tried them.
What is your "go to" lens for Interior Real Estate Photography? DouglasMeyers 11 4 yearsrastas (110): Fuji GFX 100 with 23mm GF lens or 24mm Canon TSE.