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bio website bitdepth.thomasrutter.com
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revised Why and how do “bigger pixels” make a better picture?
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Jul
22
comment How to fix dent in B+W circular polarizing filter?
This doesn't answer your question, but despite the cost, the best option may be to replace it. Screwing a filter with a damaged thread onto your lens has the potential to damage the lens' thread too either by grinding it or warping it, plus even if you manage to fix it, it may never be as smooth as it originally was. I'm guessing your lens is a fairly good one.
Jul
22
comment How do I use my gopro4 with my Galaxy note edge?
In what way are you trying to connect it? What is going wrong?
Jul
22
answered Why can my Nikon D3300 write to the card, but it's read-only on the computer?
Jul
22
comment Why is my Canon Powershot SX500 IS displaying images with negative colouration?
1. Are the images displaying negative when viewed on a computer? 2. Are the images displaying negative when taken using different camera modes (turn top dial to other modes eg "P", "Av", "Auto")?
Jul
15
comment When does the first row of the next frame of CMOS sensor begin its exposure?
@mattdm not really but I can see how you might get that from the diagram. The blue bars actually represent the duration the line is "exposing" whereas the readout of the line happens at the end of that blue bar - he has added red rectangles in the second diagram to represent when readout occurs for each line. Those red areas do not overlap. A frame does not begin its readout until the previous frame's readout is complete. However due to the rolling nature it does begin exposing its first line while lines in the previous frame are still exposing. Hope that helps.
Jul
15
comment When does the first row of the next frame of CMOS sensor begin its exposure?
Updated answer.
Jul
15
revised When does the first row of the next frame of CMOS sensor begin its exposure?
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15
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comment When does the first row of the next frame of CMOS sensor begin its exposure?
I may have misunderstood your question. It looked like you were asking what happens if your frame rate (ie exposure time) is faster/shorter than one readout period. The answer to that question is that it's not possible. I'm beginning to think that's not what you were asking. Perhaps you could add more information to the question.
Jul
15
answered Readout time vs Frame rate of CMOS sensor
Jul
15
answered When does the first row of the next frame of CMOS sensor begin its exposure?
Jul
9
comment Why is Picasa ruining my raw files
Not an exact duplicate, but the answers from this question should help. In short it'll probably be Picasa's default RAW processing being different to LR's (and the camera's).
Jul
7
comment Switching lens on Nikon D3100
@inkista you make a very good point, though there are decent reasons to get an interchangeable lens camera other than to change lenses: primarily the sensor size. Also, the ability to upgrade/choose your lens ahead of time and the ability to be swapping it from shot to shot are different - some like to have one walkaround lens that serves as their main lens even though they reserve the ability to change that occasionally.
Jul
7
answered How can I prevent condensation on a camera lens?
Jul
6
comment What swirly bokeh technique is this and how can I achieve it?
I have seen this effect called everything from "field curvature" to "crazy swirling bokeh" before but have never heard the term petzval before. Thanks for introducing me to a new term.
Jul
6
answered Legal: do I need releases for a photo booth at a public event?
Jul
6
comment My Rokinon 16mm f/2.0 lens will not work at any aperture other than f/22 with my Nikon d3300
photo.stackexchange.com/questions/8252/… possibly?
Jul
3
answered How to clean the focusing screen?