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  1. kirkmartinez

    New geodesic domes

    Hi all, we just completed over a year of development on a geodesic dome system and installed the first on in the University of York. We're still writing up the details but there are some images etc on our website. Headlines are: 65 1300 lumen LEDs relatively portable - as it unbolts into a box of struts and some aluminium poles quite fast - about 65s per capture takes different cameras as long as they have an external wired shutter release doesn't need a laptop to drive it - as long as you can focus and set camera exposure its standalone Cheers Kirk
  2. aarslan

    Lens suggestions for RTI dome

    Hello, We decided to build a light dome at my university, but we are having some difficulties with the lenses. We have a Nikon D7100 camera. One of our options is Sigma 70mm macro lens, it has some good reviews at different websites. However, when we asked a photographer, he suggested that we should use Nikon 105 mm instead. We are planning to photograph fingerprints on clay objects. Since our budget is tight and we don't know much about lenses, any suggestions or reviews about these or possibly other lens options is more than welcome. Thank you all! Aysel Arslan
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