Lens for Museum(s)

Started Apr 2, 2013 | Discussions thread
D Cox
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In reply to nixda, Apr 4, 2013

nixda wrote:

I haven't read through the entire thread, so forgive me if it's been mentioned already: a good way to improve IQ when taking pictures of images in low light is averaging several to many identical images. Take a tripod, compose your shot, take as many images as you want, and then superimpose them in, say, Photoshop. The signal-to-noise ratio goes up with the square root of the number of shots taken. Very effective. Used all the time in astrophotography, but museum photography is another prime application here.

The built in Anti-Motion Blur mode of a NEX does the same thing.

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