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Apr
13
comment Can I use old filters from SLR film cameras on newer DSLR cameras?
Yes, but it addresses OP's question whether his old filters can be used on new DSLRs.
Apr
10
answered Can I use old filters from SLR film cameras on newer DSLR cameras?
Apr
9
comment Why do superzoom designs keep expanding on the telephoto rather than wide-angle end?
Thanks, John. Does that mean that if the lens doesn't need to be rectilinear (non-fisheye), it's much easier to have low focal lengths? Is there a way to be rectilinear down to e.g. 24 mm then smoothly transition to fisheye at e.g. 12 mm?
Apr
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asked Why do superzoom designs keep expanding on the telephoto rather than wide-angle end?
Jan
29
comment How does a stitched panorama compare with a wide-angle lens?
Thanks for the detailed answer, inkista. Just a comment about "Equirectangular ... works better if you're doing 360x180s spherical panos ...": Doesn't equirectangular distort towards the edges to keep straight lines straight, so even a 180° view would be infinitely wide?
Jan
27
comment How does a stitched panorama compare with a wide-angle lens?
Of course, excluding effects of changes in the scene (e.g. people moving and changing light conditions) and that the stitched image has much higher resolution.
Jan
27
asked How does a stitched panorama compare with a wide-angle lens?
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May
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answered How to setup a long running timelapse?
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accepted Are there guidelines for using “Dutch angles”?
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answered How do I compose an image for use as a browser background or wallpaper on a widescreen monitor?
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accepted Can anyone recommend *freeware* to reduce motion blur by deconvolution?
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Mar
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answered Can anyone recommend *freeware* to reduce motion blur by deconvolution?