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I'm a technician, not a photographer.


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revised Can someone explain film speeds to me?
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answered Can someone explain film speeds to me?
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revised Does a “body-only” DSLR need a lens added before use?
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comment Why did my whole roll of film shot with my Olympus Infinity Zoom come out blank?
Was there a bit of film sticking out of the roll when you brought it in to get developed? The camera could be faulty, too.
Nov
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comment Does a “body-only” DSLR need a lens added before use?
And THAT is exactly what I meant by most likely be shades of black/grey/white. It's not that random. It was taken with my OM-D and a pinhole cap of the car park at my work. I also used a m4/3 to OM adaptor for a narrower field of view. I took this photo.
Nov
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comment Does a “body-only” DSLR need a lens added before use?
You can actually attempt pinhole photography but it's strongly suggested to purchase a lens. How is that misleading?
Nov
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comment Does a “body-only” DSLR need a lens added before use?
Again, people on their high horse thinking they know what's better for someone else. Doesn't really matter what model they buy, it's their choice. Sure, I agree with you that this camera model outweighs the asker's knowledge about photography (considering the question) but it's just a question. That's what stackexchange is for.
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comment Does a “body-only” DSLR need a lens added before use?
the "image" will be the average of the colours coming in so, for example, a "photograph" of a blue sky with no lens would still be blue. Untrue. If it's exposed for 10 seconds, it will be white. That's why I stated "depending on the light source and shutter speed".
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comment Does a “body-only” DSLR need a lens added before use?
The claim in the first sentence is incorrect. Golly gosh! I've edited my answer. It's pretty simple. It will be more uniform than a photo with a lens on it.
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revised Does a “body-only” DSLR need a lens added before use?
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revised Does a “body-only” DSLR need a lens added before use?
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answered Does a “body-only” DSLR need a lens added before use?
Oct
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comment What's the best lens for shooting baby's and children?
For shooting baby's what? Sorry, had to.
Oct
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revised Do I use the crop factor in calculating aperture size and area?
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answered Do I use the crop factor in calculating aperture size and area?
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comment Do I use the crop factor in calculating aperture size and area?
Well, I'd suggest to use a 35mm lens in the answer to avoid confusion. Because it's not right. For any prime lens, you don't obtain the focal length by dividing by the crop factor. I read the question, but would have answered it differently.
Oct
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comment Do I use the crop factor in calculating aperture size and area?
So you need to obtain the actual focal length by dividing by the crop factor ...Sorry, I don't follow... The size of the aperture of that lens (50mm ƒ/2.8) on APS-C, Medium Format, 4/3's is... 17.857mm. Why are you suggesting to multiply (or divide) by the "crop factor"?
Oct
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comment Are the aperture, ISO and shutter speed stops perfectly interchangeable?
Other than background blur (which you exclude) No he doesn't: My question is, apart from the obvious changes in the depth of field due to the aperture change
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comment Is there a radio flash control system for Olympus that allows setting flash power from the camera?
I like your answer! I've never seen an accepted answer change 2 years later. :P
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