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Mar
21
comment What's the Reason 35mm Film is As Wide As It Is?
@Flimzy This might be a little off topic, but actually I thought about an explanation like this... Beside, as far as I know this horse ass explanation is a hoax.
Mar
20
accepted What's the Reason 35mm Film is As Wide As It Is?
Mar
20
comment What's the Reason 35mm Film is As Wide As It Is?
OK, then why is 70mm 70mm?
Mar
20
asked What's the Reason 35mm Film is As Wide As It Is?
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asked How to remove duplicate masters in Aperture?
Sep
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comment What open source software for auto-alignment of photographs?
Yeah, I found that, but it didn't work for me. Don't ask me why. I wrote the author of the patch, but he didn't respond.
Jun
12
comment How can I photograph hummingbirds?
Do you want to catch the hummingsbirds alone or with scenery? Do you have something like a bird feeder to make them stay?
Jun
12
accepted Is the color of the AF assist light important?
Jun
12
comment Is the color of the AF assist light important?
That 's exactly why I'm asking. As far as I know, red is the color best for the eye Tor recognize contours and as those light sensitive chips are built to be similar. Tor the human eye, I thought this could be the reason why they Art often. Red
Jun
12
comment Is the color of the AF assist light important?
Except for the color, of course.
Jun
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asked Is the color of the AF assist light important?
Jun
10
accepted What open source software for auto-alignment of photographs?
Jun
8
comment Is the mounting screw for tripods always directly on the optical axis?
After I read the answer I don't know what to say. It so ridiculous. Why does ANYONE buy such crap!?
Jun
8
accepted Is the mounting screw for tripods always directly on the optical axis?
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Jun
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comment Is the mounting screw for tripods always directly on the optical axis?
To be honest, all tripods if seen so far had a mounting screw while the camera had the corresponding screw thread.
Jun
7
asked Is the mounting screw for tripods always directly on the optical axis?