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bio website neocamera.com
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Freelance travel photographer, photo tour leader and digital camera guru.

Travel has always been my passion and photography lets me share it with everyone.


Dec
9
answered Confused between 2 “pro” point & shoot cameras
Dec
5
answered Long exposure mode in Nikon with a Remote shutter control
Dec
5
comment How durable are zoom lenses?
Plus, you can have it re-oiled or bearings replaced if they get truly worn out.
Nov
30
answered Does the Sony A7 have a way to automatically adjust exposure parameters with a button press in M mode?
Nov
29
awarded  Notable Question
Nov
27
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
23
answered What is 5-axis optical stabilisation? How does it work?
Nov
16
answered What factors are important for a camera maker to upgrade an existing model?
Nov
16
answered Is light fall off corrected for in modern cameras?
Nov
9
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
8
comment Why do pixels appear when skies are darkened using the graduation in Lightroom?
What do you mean by shows pixels? Hot pixels? Noise? Jaggies? The entire digital image is made of pixels!
Nov
6
comment Lightroom- Renaming timeline files to the exported name
Good question. I skirt around the problem by using an Export List plugin which produces a text file with the mapping, Then I ingest it into a DB which helps be do the translation. Hope some finds a better way!
Oct
24
comment What's the dynamic range of the iPhone 6 Plus?
Right. If all you have a JPEG file, the DR would be around 8 EV which is the maximum for 8-bit-per-channel. So, there is no way to measure more without additional bits. Ergo, unless you have access to the RAW data, all you will see too is 8 EV for a scene that covers that DR.
Oct
17
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
10
comment What is the maximum rate at which you could shoot frames (for a time lapse) on a Canon t5i?
Yes, obviously, you need enough space and a sufficiently fast card. The numbers come from Canon's technical specifications of the camera and based on their own undisclosed testing methodology. The exact numbers will also vary according to ISO and image details as they affect file-size.
Oct
10
revised What is the maximum rate at which you could shoot frames (for a time lapse) on a Canon t5i?
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Oct
10
answered What is the maximum rate at which you could shoot frames (for a time lapse) on a Canon t5i?
Oct
10
answered What specific features do people upgrade camera bodies for?
Oct
7
awarded  Yearling
Oct
1
comment Lens for my Nikon D3200 dSLR is giving too much blur
The D3200 has a very dense sensor. If you are using the kit-lens, it simply wont give you a sharp photo and need to buy a better lens. Just rent one for a day and you'll see the difference.