Napioa - Wind Origins

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Really you are making two transitions here. From a D3200 you need to accustomed to a pro body with dual control-dials, more direct controls and a 100% coverage viewfinder. This would happen if you are to move to a D500 or D7200 instead too, even though these are APS-C cameras. While you can probably ignore the extra buttons ;) it is best to get accustomed ...


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I had been using the default 350 dpi, but the resulting files are too small to sell to most stock photography sites online. The ppi settings has nothing to do with the real photo size. You can have 72 ppi or 300. If you have enough Megapixels you are fine. Note that the unit is ppi, pixels per inch, not dpi (dots per inch). dpi is a printer resolution ...


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The D3200 User Manual says: "Selecting live view in "Auto" or "Flash disabled" mode enables automatic scene selection (“scene auto selector”) when autofocus is used." (Page 20) Can it happen that you are in either of these, and not in P, A, S, or M? Also, Depending on the scene, exposure may differ from that which would be obtained when live ...


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See page 176 of the manual: (disclaimer: bad attempt to translate iconography to text in the following!) The camera's shooting settings and menu settings can be reverted to the default. This option is available in Creative Zone modes. Select [Clear settings] Under the [spanner with three dots] tab, select [Clear settings], then press <SET>. ...


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Every camera have different setting for such settings. For example, on Canon DSLR: On Nikon DSLR: On some camera it's called image comment: Every camera have different layout so you might want to refer to the manual. Are you using point-to-shoot? Chances are the device doesn't have the option.


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Will the focus change after i re-turn on the camera? Yes, but only if you are using a Canon STM lens. STM lenses will rack the focus in, and then out, when you turn the camera on, but it should return to the original focus distance. Non-STM lenses will not change focus.


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Will the focus change after i re-turn on the camera? Of the DSLRs that I can think of, none changes the focus setting when you turn the camera off or on. However, if you have the camera configured to focus with a half-press of the shutter release, the focus may change if you try to take a picture. If you have the camera in your possession, it's easy ...


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You can try using polarizers on the light source and/or lens. You will need to determine experimentally if using crossed polarizers increases the contrast sufficiently.


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Use AE-L/AF-L button. go to Custom Setting Menu -> Controls -> Assign AE-L/AF-L button and set it to AF-ON. Now point your camera towards your object and half press the shutter button. Once focused press AE/AF-L button. focus will lock.


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From the manual, page 33: Choose from the following focus modes. [...] Manual focus followed by some pictures showing how to select a specific focus mode which I'm not going to try to reproduce here, but the steps are basically: Place the cursor in the information display. Display focus mode options. Choose a focus mode.


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The basic way of learning the ISO is using a calibrated light source (known spectral distribution and power), photohraph it (using RAW recording of course) and study the output (using RawDigger or alternative program) to find out the boundary EV at which one of channels ("green", typically) saturates i.e. looses any detail and becomes "1". Or, you may learn ...



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