Nidelva river through Trondheim Norway

Nidelva river through Trondheim Norway
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I guess you want to have pictures every few seconds. You can just divide the overall estimated time to tidy up by the number of shots you need for the final video length and that will be a good basis for your time interval. Handheld will be a big issue since a correct alignment will be extremely difficult up to impossible. I recommend to borrow 2 more ...


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To answer the question of a wide angle lens you have a few choices for your camera. For Native Sony APS-C lens we have: Sony 16mm f/2.8 Sony 20mm f/2.8 Sony 10-18mm f/4 The above provide full auto focus controls and possible image stability (OSS in Sony's world) . I don't like the pancake lens (16 and 20) but they are primes and will do their job. I've ...


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I have a D5300 and I recently bought a 20mm f/1.8 (http://www.nikon.com.au/en_AU/product/nikkor-lenses/fx-format/single-focal-length/wide-angle/af-s-nikkor-20mm-f-1-8g-ed) and it's honestly been my best purchase thus far. I forked out for it because I plan to upgrade to a FX body sometime in the near future, but if you want a really good reliable wide lens, ...


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All Nikon cameras since the old times use the same F mount. So any f-mount lens will work on your camera. However, only those with an integrated AF motor will be able to autofocus on a d5x00, and many old lenses won't be able to "tell" their aperture to the camera. So you'll have to use them in manual exposure, manual focus mode. For night time ...


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I am not a Nikon user but if you are open to third party lenses I can recommend Tokina 11-20 f/2.8. I have a 11-16 f/2.8 (the predecessor of 11-20) and use it on my Canon (Tokina makes it for both Nikon and Canon). Gives me fantastic results and quite nicely built. Sample images: ...


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What is the purpose of this 0.8x wide angle? I mean, you get wider image, but isn't that the same if I just go some steps back? No, it is not the same. A wider angle lens (whether due to a front-attached wide-angle converter like this or simply from a lens with a wider focal length) has a wider angle of view, fitting more into the frame, but perspective ...


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The angle of view of a camera is determined by the focal length of the lens and the size of format. In this case format is the dimensions of the imaging chip (film). The typical full frame (FX) sports an imaging chip that measures about 24mm height by 36mm length. The compact digital is a smaller cousin measuring about 66% of this (16mm height by 24mm ...



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