Originally Posted by horosu
Someone do it (turn the screw!!!) . I mean: it's just a screw, right? If it goes wrong you can always turn it in the opposite direction.
Anyway, as I said: thanks for the lead. Once I will get my hands on my ZI I will definetely try that out!!
You know what . . . I am really good at taken things apart,
and putting it back together.
(the list includes, Notebooks, PDAs, Cellphones, Minidisc walkmans, Lens of various sorts - Carl Zeiss M42, Pentax Takumars, digicams to clean the dust)
Without showing a sign scratch, or temper . . .
I can remember lots of screws . . . here there everywhere . . .
But alignment is a different thing
Some sort of procedure . . . test needs to be worked out.
The tricky part is the very fine adjustments needed for those F1.4, F1.2 or F1 situations at a close distance.
If this was a Epson R-D1, then it would be darn easy.
At least I could see the results immediately.
But not with film.