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2007 July 8th, 11:21
Sorry, but :
What is a 35mm adapter thread ? Is it only a ring used to clip pro-lences and "tele-objectifs" ?
Thread here in that context might refer to a MESSAGE area on this forum; like this one:
That's a thread in this forum, called Letus35 adapter THREAD.
2007 July 8th, 11:47
I think you may have confused two issue here, but I may be misunderstanding your English (which, by the way, is extremely good).
A thread, of any size, denotes the size of filters that can be attached to your camera. The HV20 has a 43mm thread, so any 43mm filter can be screwed to it.
A 35mm adapter is a device that allows your camera to achieve the same depth of field as seen in a 35mm camera - that is, a professional SLR camera. One end of the adapter is connected to the camera (using the 43mm thread) and the other end is attached to a 35mm lens.
In this case, the 35mm refers to the size of the film that would be used with a professional camera, not to the size of the thread on the lens!
2007 July 8th, 13:11
Ok, I understand.
Thanks for your responces, in this case I may have to buy a 35mm adapter for my futures footages, cause I need a little depth of field.
Thank you Worley, I take a lot of time to write a post, it's my first forum in English language !
2007 July 8th, 14:41
Vous pourriez écrire en français et traduire en utilisant le google (http://translate.google.com/).
Vous pouvez faire votre propre adapteur de 35mm. Aller voir ici (http://hv20.com/showthread.php?t=489). C'est beaucoup plus d'amusement pour faire vos propres, et beaucoup meilleur marché aussi!
You could write in French and translate using google (http://translate.google.com/).
You can make your own 35mm adapter. Have a look here (http://hv20.com/showthread.php?t=489). It's much more fun to make your own, and a lot cheaper too!
2007 July 8th, 16:28
Thanks for the link, I will try !
To write I prefer do it with my actual english, it's an interesting exercise, and if one day I want to live in another contry...
Anthogore, we can understand your English just fine, so no worries there.
2007 July 9th, 02:16
Quand je parles en francais, on ne me comprend pas! My grammar is poor, my vocabulary very limited. I wish I'd tried harder at school!
2007 July 9th, 02:33
"Quand je parles en francais, on ne me comprend pas!"
Translated to English using Babel Fish
"When I speak in French, me am not included!"
2007 July 9th, 03:27
2007 July 9th, 09:38
But Google gets a little closer:
When I speak in French, me am not included/understood!
At least I got it right, but that's as good as it gets from me.
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