Thanks for the correction.
I have a DSLR. But want a Compact as a back up since DSLRs are difficult to carry around always.
Am I the only one who feels this? :-)
The problem is that to get a...
This was the image they passed
I think that the second photo needs much greater depth of field.
You need to understand depth of field control and hyperfocal distance...
Tom Axford wrote:
i am attempting to replace a battery for my Canon EOS 450D-- the old battery reads 7.4V, 1080Mah, and 32 Wh. i am able to find batteries with the correct voltage...
Try posting on the Canon Powershot forum.
They had a dlsr
You might want to read some of the recent Buying Guides on this site, especially the first one.
... unless you buy pre-owned ...
Do you mean used, or second-hand?
Yes, that is what he means.
At $200, let alone $100, you are just going to get a basic camera and the models from all the major manufacturers will be very similar. The low end of the compact camera market has been pretty...
For $100 in any country you are only going to get a very basic camera and there won't be much difference between the models made by different manufacturers.
However, a $100 today will be much...
It's a 50mm f6.3! Must be much better than my 50mm which is only f1.4.--
F22 = bad. In the case of aperture, smaller number is better :-)
The smaller number lets in more light. For example, f/4 lets in 32 times as much light as f/22 (if my arithmetic is...
Paul B Jones wrote:
Humpback Whale in the Fog
That is a really interesting shot. It must have been pretty eerie at the time!
Have a Canon t4i and with 18-55 lense and 40mm lense - both came in kit package. Looking for a zoom lense , either a 50-250 STM or 70-300 both with IS. Any recommendations on...
Thanks for your advice and thoughts Corkcampbell and Arnd! I understand what you mean about moving around all the time and people getting in your way. The boat I will be joining is...
In 2020, a typical DSLR will/should be :
I am not familiar with Sony lenses but the Tamron 90mm f2.8 Macro and the Sigma 105mm f2.8 Macro are both very well regarded.
D Cox wrote:
Chris R-UK wrote:
1. Wildlife shots
You won't be able to shoot wildlife with the kit lens that comes with the camera. For that you need a long focal length lens, at least 300mm FF...
What you are looking for is difficult because your budget is quite low and you have diverse requirements. I will start with what you want to shoot.
Hello everybody and...
If you want the sharpest possible images you need to shoot at about 2-3 stops below your lens' maximum aperture, i.e. f2.8-f4.0 using the Sigma.
Note that the Sigma gets quite a poor review for...
Joseph Mama wrote:
Lol, where the heck are you taking pictures in? A freaking swamp? ;-)
I have to admit that I have never heard that one before... dealing with bugs messing up your...
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