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Bottletopburly

Flymesh bahtinov mask

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Bottletopburly

I came across a video on youtube of a flymesh bahtinov , not focal length dependant has anyone ever tried this method before ? mesh he used is approx 1.5 mm sq  and one half of the mesh is at 45deg to the other half ,found after i purchased a mask for my mak but still need one for my 130pds .

 

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Smithysteve

Looks like it is worth a shot David! Not seen this one before... 👍

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Bottletopburly
4 hours ago, Smithysteve said:

Looks like it is worth a shot David! Not seen this one before... 👍

im sure i have seen some mesh knocking about ,i will put it on my never ending list and make it priority along with the other priority cases :facepalm: and update 

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Bottletopburly

A member on sgl has tried this mask and confirms it does work 

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