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comment Can I get a high quality image from a rostrum mounted camera and bounce flash?
@Rafael can you add an answer that shows how I'd bounce on two side without extra lights?
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revised Can I get a high quality image from a rostrum mounted camera and bounce flash?
correct camera + calculations
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revised Can I get a high quality image from a rostrum mounted camera and bounce flash?
correct camera
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comment Why is my Nikon Coolpix S3100 showing “File contains no image data” when I try to view old photos?
@EsaPaulasto - I disagree - it potentially sends people off in the wrong direction, formatting cards or even replacing them when that wasn't the problem. Anyway - enough discussion.
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comment Why is my Nikon Coolpix S3100 showing “File contains no image data” when I try to view old photos?
@EsaPaulasto - I explicitly mentioned in the question that the SD card wasn't corrupt, so including that in the answer isn't helpful or useful. I admit the point about the PC editors adding information might be the cause (but actually wasn't), so if the corruption part was edited out this would make a better answer.
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comment Why is my Nikon Coolpix S3100 showing “File contains no image data” when I try to view old photos?
Didn't you read my answer? The SD card was not corrupt. The problem was that the image had been rotated.
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