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  1. Thanks Dave your a real star. Thankyou SO much!! Got a lot to learn but that’s half the fun!! There’s my job tomorrow night sorted!! Hope it’s clear for an hour or so. Thanks Again Craig
  2. Brilliant. as this is an adjustable flattener it looks like the adjuster will move the glass in the Flattener away from the sensor if I adjust it out - this is what you mean I assume!? how far would you suggest? thankyou all so much for your help signed:- frustrated newbie
  3. Here’s a pic of a quick grab in between clouds
  4. I note that the flattener is adjustable too - should I try extending this??
  5. No problem, thankyou. is that the spacing between the flattener and the T ring??
  6. A7iii is full frame and the flattener supports full frame
  7. Here’s a photo. all distances as far as I can see are pretty similar to the diaphragm from WO
  8. HELP!!! im a complete newbie. ive just bought the Z61 - flattener and M48 T Ring adaptor. All of this has gone together fine then I fit into a MC11 adaptor to fit my Sony A7iii to it. If I check all the dimensions they all tally but when I take a photo the centre stars are round but the edge stars very elongated. what am I doing wrong please!!!!
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