Spring 2012

Spring 2012
by ani

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First off, welcome to the club! Let me get to my answer and than I'll back up my belief on why. What SD card to buy? The card with the largest amount of MB's per second (MB/s). The "read and write" speed is the most important factor in my book! Why? We like to be able to capture, store data quickly to be ready for the next image. Also being able to ...


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Yes, you can use a wide, manual focus, large aperture, prime lens for both astrophotography and landscape photography. You can use just about any lens to capture landscape photography, it depends on the vision you have and the scene; but a lens such as the one you described will give you many opportunities for landscape photography and it will capture them ...


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Lots of different radio triggers work with lots of different brands of flash. Yes, you can mix'n'match flash brands (see: What should I look for in a wireless flash trigger for a home studio?), but you may have to give up some/all additional flash features aside from firing in sync. Basically, you just need triggers that can communicate properly between ...


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The 35 mm will include more background. Decide if you prefer more context in the image or more isolation. There will be a bit more distortion with the wider lens. It will be more apparent in head shots than full body shots though. Otherwise, 35mm and 50mm are close and it is a matter of personal style and preference. Also, when you buy a lens, think about ...


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What should I be looking for when shopping for a mirrorless interchangeable lens camera (and what should I not be concerned with)? This is really too broad and should be closed but since the community wants to leave it open, its the same as all the stuff to look for in a DSLR. Some examples: How many Megapixels do you really need? Is video needed? 1080? ...


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You'd really have to give us a general idea about what sort of photography you wanna do. I agree about the EVF, but if you were shooting in a studio tethered that might not be a big deal. OTOH if you are outside in the snow on a sunny day you are gonna need it. Are you interested in video? that's a factor. Wifi? GPS? Many of the same considerations for ...



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