Airelle

Airelle

Lives in France France
Joined on Jul 29, 2010

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shaocaholica: How is the app able to change exposure settings on the camera for exposure bracketing? I'd love to be able to exposure adjust during a timelapse based on a user defined curve.

Could you give an example of a situation where constant speed is important *and* you need HDR?

Direct link | Posted on May 1, 2012 at 10:38 UTC
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shaocaholica: How is the app able to change exposure settings on the camera for exposure bracketing? I'd love to be able to exposure adjust during a timelapse based on a user defined curve.

I'm gonna guess and say by changing the shutter speed, same way as my camera does when I use its exposure bracketing function.

Direct link | Posted on Apr 30, 2012 at 21:30 UTC
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SkyDreamer: Buying in the US and bring the camera back to Europe will expose you to the risk of being caught at the customs, and then you will pay the VAT, the fines and undergo a trial. Here in France the custom officers are very serious about that, they even check the camera guarantee. Not to speak about the ridiculous "international guarantee" which Nikon doesn't honor in certain countries, to protect the exclusive distributors.

In France, burden's on you to prove you owned it prior to your trip; thankfully, customs actually don't care so much. Personally, I brought back from the US a laptop (possibly the box too) and a E-520 (with its box) and customs didn't even check me. You also don't go to trial (you get a fine), since failing to properly declare the value/number of objects is a contravention (as long as it's not a prohibited item).

If you order and get it shipped, you pay import duties and VAT, no fine (and then it usually costs about the same as buying from your country anyway).

Direct link | Posted on Mar 26, 2012 at 22:47 UTC
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