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Jan
28
answered What information is contained in “filename.jpg.out.pp3” file?
Jan
26
revised Can a drop of a camera+lens cause AF calibration issues on either — or both — the lens and the body? What are the mechanics involved here?
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Jan
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revised Can a drop of a camera+lens cause AF calibration issues on either — or both — the lens and the body? What are the mechanics involved here?
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Jan
26
answered Can a drop of a camera+lens cause AF calibration issues on either — or both — the lens and the body? What are the mechanics involved here?
Jan
25
comment What resolution should be used for images that are to be used in focus stacking?
I figured he was commenting on the stack of layers, one for each image, which would have been pretty big, depending...
Jan
24
comment What resolution should be used for images that are to be used in focus stacking?
The final image may be huge, but if it's a satisfactory end result you can flatten the file and it will be no bigger than a normal image file.
Jan
23
comment Why do cameras use a single exposure rather than integrating across many very quick reads?
As an interesting (to me) thought- You'd only have to store the difference between successive frames, so the amount of data wouldn't necessarily be so much greater than a single frame. Processing time might be an issue with today's technology, though.
Jan
21
revised What makes a photograph “fine art”?
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Jan
21
answered What makes a photograph “fine art”?
Jan
20
comment How do I manually wind up film without exposing it?
A rule of thumb (or at least -my- rule of thumb) to determine whether a room is dark enough to handle unprotected film is to go into the room, wait 5 - 10 minutes to (somewhat) accustom your eyes to the dark, and then look at a white sheet of paper. If you can't see it, it's dark enough.
Jan
20
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Jan
17
comment What external flash trigger voltage is safe for the Sony NEX?
Generally speaking, 6v and under is fine, 10v and over is cause for more research. You can use something like this: bhphotovideo.com/c/product/245292-REG/… if you need to use an 'unsafe' strobe...
Jan
17
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Jan
17
revised How to start learning photography?
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Jan
17
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Jan
17
comment How to get rid of dustmites on the camera and accessories?
Nope... not risky at all. I've been shooting in 18F weather for part of this week with no problems. You could go much lower if you don't actually expect the camera to operate at those low temperatures. As you say, put it in a ziplock to minimize condensation, and let it warm up overnight before opening the bag.
Jan
17
revised What's the expected misfire rate with studio strobes?
Wording and description
Jan
17
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Jan
17
revised What external flash trigger voltage is safe for the Sony NEX?
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Jan
16
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