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revised Attaching DSLR camera to TS100 Microscope
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answered Attaching DSLR camera to TS100 Microscope
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revised Why are some ISO numbers greyed out on my Canon 7D Mark II?
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comment Why are some ISO numbers greyed out on my Canon 7D Mark II?
It would be helpful to know what part of the answer is incorrect or how it might be improved if one is compelled to downvote, especially on such a straightforward answer.
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comment Will I be able to mount a hood over my UV filter?
Some hoods attach to an exterior bayonet mount. Other hoods attach to filter threads.
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comment Will I be able to mount a hood over my UV filter?
Or you can actually bag the entire camera and lens before moving from cold air to warm air and let the camera and lens warm up to the new ambient temperature before removing them from the airtight bag.
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answered Astrophotography with a telescope — fewer long exposures or more shorter exposures for astrophotography?
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comment Astrophotography with a telescope — fewer long exposures or more shorter exposures for astrophotography?
@PhilipKendall That answer is in reference to reducing noise in the final image. This one is about the final image not exhibiting star trails. Two different problems.
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answered Why are some ISO numbers greyed out on my Canon 7D Mark II?
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comment Do cameras assume a particular size of print when reporting DPI?
A value of 300 or 200 is almost always an expression of PPI. The multiple number of dots that are required to produce one pixel means DPI is normally much higher. A typical Canon printer (such as the 9500) that has a native resolution of 600 PPI might have a resolution of around 4800x1200 DPI.
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comment Do cameras assume a particular size of print when reporting DPI?
The main point may be correct, but your entire second paragraph isn't. The reason a value is not displayed in Adobe Bridge is a characteristic of Adobe Bridge, not of your cameras.
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comment Do cameras assume a particular size of print when reporting DPI?
PPI and DPI are two very different things. Whether intended or not your answer seems to equate the two as interchangeable, which is certainly not the case.
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answered I need a recommendation on fx telephoto zoom lenses
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comment Do cameras assume a particular size of print when reporting DPI?
Just because Adobe Bridge doesn't display a particular bit of metadata doesn't necessarilly mean it isn't there. Adobe products are well known to ignore certain bits of EXIF info. They even strip things such as the entire maker note section when converting to .dng or exporting as .jpeg or .tiff.
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comment disk not readable in El Capitan/EOS 6D
Which specific Canon camera? Which specific "Canon Software"? You must install EOS Utility to download photos from an EOS camera. Please see: photo.stackexchange.com/a/42037/15871
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answered How can I tell if I can use a photo found on multiple websites for a personal website?
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revised Canon 700D or 70D for a beginner
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