scorrpio

scorrpio

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  • That's more or less it.  Sharpness is effectively detail.   You can adjust colors, contrast, you can take a perfectly sharp image and give it a 'dreamy' soft-focus effect.   But you cannot ...
  • Deviating from reality in front of their eyes and delving into imagination did not degrade the likes of Picasso and Dali as painters.   You probably would not use a Picasso portrait to determine ...
  • Replied in L Lenes
    The lens has to work with Canon's FF cameras, so EF-S is out.   Otherwise, for a lens to earn its red ring, there is a number of factors at play: quality of optics, build, max aperture, focusing ...
  • As others mentioned, a small screen will hide a lot of problems in an image.   It is generally a good idea to zoom in on critical areas of a photo occasionally to make sure you are getting what ...
  • In chrome url bar, type chrome://extensions Anything that looks like it could be an 'antivirus' extension?
  • Being a lowest-tier product, 1200D does not offer built-in wireless flash control. You have two budget otpions: optical slave or radio trigger. Optical slave is a mode some external flashes can ...
  • Which lens is that?   How far is lens from subject?   You say 'when in manual mode' - does it focus in Av, P or full auto(green square)?
  • Actually, the loss is a lot more.   You need to use the ratio of sensor areas, not diagonals, as a factor. T5i: 22.3x14.9mm = 332.27mm square. 6D:  35.8x23.9mm = 855.62mm square. The ratio is about ...
  • Dunno about LCD, but I've used Canon XA20 out in bright sun, and its OLED screen is quite clear.   So much so I was not even tempted to use the EVF.
  • If the term still refers to the same essential design, why change it? There were 'half frame' cameras using only a half of standard 35mm frame even back in film days. Half Frame Leica And most ...
  • Pre-AF film SLR systems used split-prism/microprism focusing system that didn't really require magnification - you simply needed to align the top and bottom sections. A number of DSLRs allow a ...
  • You post a question as if you really don't understand what kind of features are provided by a mirror. The one specific feature that mirror enables is through-the-lens (TTL) optical viewfinder.   ...
  • A screenshot showing that 'virus check failed' message would be beneficial.    It appears you got infected with rogue security malware .    Stopping further downloads to your PC is something this ...
  • Read this: http://learn.usa.canon.com/resources/articles/2011/speedlite_tip_pt3_article.shtml Seeing how this is Canon's own educational site, I would think the info is accurate. Of note: And
  • These will do nicely in a bundle with a tinfoil hat.  Market penetration is likely to be about the same, too. Seriously, though, I hardly doubt these will ever work.   Considering how darn good is ...
  • What is your security software?   Specifically, antivirus? Exactly what did you try to D/L from Google?   Or do you mean you tried to download something from Google search results page? Can you ...
  • Something is VERY weird with this EXIF.    You state you shot in shutter priority, which would make the camera choose the widest aperture possible in this dim light.    F/25 and 1/200 at ISO 100 ...
  • You apparently haven't seen any of H.R. Giger's  work...
  • That is because of all the controls, shutter release has always been one of the easiest to move elsewhere. With mechanical film cameras, using a release cable. With DSLRs a remote. Gat something ...
  • Wishing you a full recovery. However, as previously mentioned, using a camera is hardly the only activity affected by a disability.    Everything is affected.    And except for a few occupations, ...
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