bobkoure

bobkoure

Joined on Jun 16, 2016

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  • I imagine so. I'm on a previous version, it did a particularly good job with amplifier noise, if you had a set of sample shots from your camera to work against. Now that I've switched to a couple ...
  • However they do it, I'm impressed. If you've got a demo of the pro version, you can turn off all adjustments, including lens correction, then turn lens correction back on to see what difference ...
  • How would you see his name tag if he was biting you in the leg? That said, I don't have any idea who he is, either. Why would I care?
  • I can't think of any. Most people who take panos take single row. If you're making allowance for placing the lens' entrance pupil over the rotational axis, tilting the camera changes this ...
  • My thought exactly. Sorry bout the out of order responses, was in process or writing the previous one, got dragged into a meeting, pressed 'post' when I got out.
  • Sounds like not, then. Programmed Auto is a lot like S or A with the EV button stuck down (camera sets speed and aperture, but both dials are still active; you can change aperture and speed ...
  • With Nikon, at least, you can use 'waiter mode' (turning PASM dial to green 'auto'). This un-does your BBF button re-assignments, camera focuses on shutter press. For me, it's a handy thing to ...
  • If you're looking to feed your gear habit with another entire system, why not something really, really different - either in the direction of MF or of MFT? Broadening your horizons and all that? If ...
  • Exactly! I had an Exacta with exchangeable eyepiece and waist level finder and I noticed that it was loads easier to get candid shots with the waist level.
  • People make single-row panoramas with the camera in portrait orientation to get more vertical resolution. Look at the resolution specs for your camera. You will see more resolution in the ...
  • Replied in Do
    ... or do not - there is no 'try'.
  • There are android x86 images that'll run with VirtualBox and ESXi. I haven't seen one for hyper-v. I wrote android apps for a hobby, used genymotion (virtualbox built in) for a few years, untill ...
  • I'm working on wrapping my head around delta E. In the verification report, all colors are under .75. The only ones that get above 2 are the two darkest levels. I still have no problem seeing the ...
  • BTW, I have a Benq SW320, which has an in-monitor lookup table. Benq provides software (PaletteMaster) that sets this LUT. It uses an i!Display, but won't work with the ColorMunki (in spite of the ...
  • Replied in Bigger?
    I guess it was sort of nebulous in film as well. We used to call 120mm film "120" not "medium format"...
  • Digital cams have a lot of functionality. You can go for either bare bones (Nikon manual) or get full details. You don't have to read the entire thing, just the sections that pertain to what ...
  • The Thom Hogan books are about the best for learning the mechanics of using your Nikon. I usually read them on screen, keep a copy of the PDF on my phone so I can look something up in the field. I' ...
  • Replied in Bigger?
    Comments were more about lens weight of comparable field of view and speed, rather than body dimensions and weight. That said, as a mostly wide angle kind of guy who learned on 120mm film, I'd buy ...
  • The X220s were easy. If you can find the repair manual for your model (just google for it), take a look at the steps required to replace a panel. I did it because I wanted IPS (less color shift ...
  • Replied in Platypod
    But if you compare it with a competent tabletop tripod, it boils down to the platypod working better on flat-ish surfaces, and being able to be strapped or screwed to something. I have an Ultra, ...
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