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comment In what practical applications is the position of the sensor plane relevant?
The entrance pupil is where the aperture stop appears to be in a lens, the location coincides with the optical "centre" of the lens, the vertex of the camera's field of view. This point is referred to as the "centre of projection" or "centre of perspective" in certain fields (such as computer graphics), and more commonly the "no parallax point" in photography.
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comment What color corrections are being used here?
possible duplicate of photo.stackexchange.com/questions/34945/…
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comment In what practical applications is the position of the sensor plane relevant?
For the first two applications mentioned (match moving, panoramas) it's the distance to the entrance pupil of the lens that is critical, not the distance to the sensor.
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comment What color corrections are being used here?
possible duplicate of photo.stackexchange.com/questions/59728/…
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comment What color corrections are being used here?
possible duplicate of photo.stackexchange.com/questions/39162/…
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comment What color corrections are being used here?
possible duplicate of photo.stackexchange.com/questions/57039/…
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comment What color corrections are being used here?
possible duplicate of How can this retro effect be achieved in Lightroom?
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answered How does a stitched panorama compare with a wide-angle lens?
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answered Is there a rule for something like “footroom”?
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comment How does autofocus deal with the time to change aperture and raise mirror?
@AlecTeal I'll see if I can dig out some Canon AF system white papers, I remember them talking about coping with objects that stop / start and move erratically which implies nonlinear motion estimation.
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comment Comparison of DOF between a 30mm f/1.4 and a 35mm f/2 lens
When you match the framing by moving the 35mm further away to compensate for the narrower FOV total DoF changes to 0.32m
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answered Comparison of DOF between a 30mm f/1.4 and a 35mm f/2 lens
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answered How do I blur the background around an object in post-production?
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answered How does autofocus deal with the time to change aperture and raise mirror?
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comment Technical book or resource (non-creative)
You wont find good answers to all these questions in one book, as they range from the trivial (design of lens hoods) to basic optics (origins of chromatic aberration / limitation of single element lenses) to very complex (causes of onion ring bokeh, something I've yet to see a convincing explanation of from anybody, but may involve the construction techniques of aspheric elements, which is itself a high level topic)...
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revised Is there a correct way to swap lenses?
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revised Is there a correct way to swap lenses?
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comment Is there a correct way to swap lenses?
@Szabolcs There's a difference between dust and sand, for sure, having had a lens mechanism ruined by a single trip to the beach my advice in that area would be "don't take your camera to the beach!" But if you really want to do so then you'd be well advised to change lenses in complete isolation, in your car, or inside a bag at the very least.
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comment Is there a correct way to swap lenses?
@ChrisH I've always done the method of getting the new lens on immediately after the old one comes off, on the basis that it's easier to brush dust of the rear element than it is to remove it from the camera body. Either method is acceptable though.