AceP

AceP

Lives in Canada Canada
Joined on Sep 11, 2010

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  • I was feeding a squirrel peanuts and a women took out her camera and shot me and the critter. No offense taken. While heading into the tunnel to catch a train, I turned the corner and noticed I was ...
  • The dpi has very little to do with what you are concerned about. What you are concerned about is the amount of pixels contained across the screen. Let's say he has a high definition TV. HDTV ...
  • Replied in finding focus
    At 100%, I don't see ANYTHING that is in perfect focus. The shutter speed was more than fast enough to stop what little motion the kids exhibited. But the wide aperture did not leave much room for ...
  • Take your pick from a variety of how to videos http://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=lenspen&tbm=vid
  • Seems to have more noise at 1600 than it's...

  • It's best to shoot things that you have at least some passion about. Do you have other hobbies that you can bring your camera into? You mentioned wildlife. If that's a real interest of yours then ...
  • For whatever reason, some cameras (nikon) disable the AF assist light when the custom setting to separate auto focus from shutter operation is set. This may be your issue.
  • The article is generally correct. In practice though, unless you are spot metering bright snow or dark coals, it is somewhat difficult to determine what the optimal amount of exposure adjustment ...
  • Unless you have the camera in manual exposure mode in which case the camera doesn't set anything. But the meter still functions and the display indicates a suggested exposure. You can follow it or ...
  • If you're shooting a stationary portrait or some situation where the camera to subject distance is constant, you can lock in the focus and shoot away, even re-composing, and the focus will stay ...
  • A pistol he might have kept in his glove box would have done a great job of equalizing that disparity! Good observation.
  • Commented on Fujifilm X-T1 Review preview

    Unfortunately not implemented well. According to the review, the buttons are small and provide poor tactile feedback. To set a shutter speed you may need to turn BOTH the main dial and a front...

  • Commented on Fujifilm X-T1 Review preview

    Unfortunately not implemented well. According to the review, the buttons are small and provide poor tactile feedback. To set a shutter speed you may need to turn BOTH the main dial (whole stops)...

  • Commented on Fujifilm X-T1 Review preview

    Unfortunately not implemented well. According to the review, the buttons are small and provide poor tactile feedback. To set a shutter speed you may need to turn BOTH the main dial (whole stops)...

  • There is still a vocal contingent of jpeg shooters around that will come running to your side to defend your choice of output format and jpeg editing. You sure can get great jpegs out of camera, ...
  • Replied in Film SCANNERS
    No
  • Well I wish it had a true dedicated knob for shutter speed. As it is now, you must first turn the dial to get close to the speed you want since it is only set for full stops, then turn another dial...

  • From the WhiBal site, it's more like 70% (remember it's lighter, reflecting more light, not less). Regardless, the percentage isn't that important as long as it's neutral. It's not meant to be ...
  • The Nikon scanners 5000/8000 are considered really good medium quality kit because of their high resolution AND high ability to get detail in the deep shadows of slides. Check Ebay. When you're ...
  • There are quite a few on the Printers forum, http://www.dpreview.com/forums/1003?utm_campaign=internal-link&utm_source=mainmenu&utm_medium=text&ref=mainmenu
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