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See the full image

By Jorge Torralba

[size=17]To really appreciate what some of these lenses are capable of, you need to see the uncompressed full size image. The best way to do this is to click on this icon http://zeissimages.com/images/fullsize.png on the top left of a photo. Here is an example taken with the Zeiss 135 APO zeissimages.com/photo.php?link=http://www.zeissimages.com/gallery/4/U4I1362108757.SEQ.8.jpg CLICK HERE to view.[/size]

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Reply from Glen Charles on 12-3-13 9:25 AM
JT:
when did you add this button to the site? I don't know how I missed it.

G
Reply from Ced Muscat on 12-3-13 1:36 AM
Claro, Thanks!
Reply from Jorge Torralba on 12-2-13 1:57 PM
[quote]ced wrote:
This is only if the full data has been uploaded to site?
Some images have this button that don't even enlarge when you click on the loupe and you are then taken to a new window.[/quote]

This would show the full size of the picture as it was uploaded. Normally, when you click on a picture and it enlarges. It will only enlarge to the size of your web browser window. By clicking on the blue arrows, it will skip the constraints of the browser window and show the entire image as uploaded. You then would have to scroll up and down left and right if the image is large.

If you click on the blue arrows and the picture does not seem any larger this means the photo that was uploaded is as big as what you already see. Make sense ?

Reply from Ced Muscat on 12-2-13 12:14 PM
This is only if the full data has been uploaded to site?
Some images have this button that don't even enlarge when you click on the loupe and you are then taken to a new window.
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