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Unfortunately for you, the DSC-H20 is a zoom camera with a focal length that varies from 6.3 to 63 mm (or 38 to 380 mm if you're using to thinking in terms of 35 mm film). Unless you've got the EXIF data for the images you're looking at, I suspect you're probably stuck here.
Although Imaging-Resource.com Comparometer or other samples don't show any radical improvement in the image quality (even with high ISO values) and eyes of many users on discussion forums support that, there are other benefits. The stacked CMOS Sensor in DSC-RX10 II allows shutter speed up to 1/32000s (rolling shutter), continuous drive at 14fps and ...
Unfortunately Sony does not give external software access to the focusing. That´s why none of the available software solutions like Helicon Remote supports Sony Cameras. One option to get stacks that you can combine using a software like Helicon or Zerene Stacker would be a hardware solution for the focus shift. Instead of using external software to move ...
- Canon to E-Mount - Viltrox EF-Nex II Auto-Focus adapter - I own a "Sony A7 II", I still have a "Canon EF 16-35mm F4L IS USM" and a "Tamron SP 24-70mm F2.8 Di VC USD" from the Canon equipment that I used before. So I bought a "Viltrox EF-Nex II Auto-Focus Canon to Sony E-Mount Adapter" to use these lenses on my Sony body. 1st of all, the AF is really slow ...
Have you considered Photoshop? I don't know how "super easy" you need it to be, but it's quite easy in Photoshop. Open Adobe Photoshop, go to File -> Automate -> Photomerge. After Photoshop automatically adds all of your photos on each of their own layers, you then select all layers, and go to Edit -> Auto Blend Layers -> Stack Images. A few ...
It does appear to be something wrong with the sensor, but I think it's not worth it to have it fixed (or even checked out), since it would be cheaper to buy a new one for less than it would cost to fix it.
It will, because it enables the internal radio receiver for the trigger. How much it will drain depends on many factors, mostly on how much you're actually using the remote trigger itself. If you are not using it (the remote trigger) most of the time, the drain should be minimal, because the receiver it will enter a standby mode to save energy - although it ...
Check this? This might help.. http://www.eyefi.com/
You don't need CHDK to accomplish this. I was doing it ten years ago with my little Powershot A520. Including live view and tethered capture using the free Canon CameraWindow software. And it doesn't even support CHDK. You can find Canon point and shoot cameras pretty cheap used.
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