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reviewed Approve Why do cameras use a slit between two curtains rather than exposing the entire sensor instantly?
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revised Why do cameras use a slit between two curtains rather than exposing the entire sensor instantly?
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revised Blurry without zoom, sharp with zoom
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answered Blurry without zoom, sharp with zoom
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answered Why do cameras use a slit between two curtains rather than exposing the entire sensor instantly?
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comment What's the point of capturing 14 bit images and editing on 8 bit monitors?
@J... en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adaptation_(eye) "in any given moment of time, the eye can only sense a contrast ratio of one thousand." = 10 bits.
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revised What's the point of capturing 14 bit images and editing on 8 bit monitors?
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comment What's the point of capturing 14 bit images and editing on 8 bit monitors?
@J... Update. I agree, mostly: Display device dynamic range is what it is because of the human eye. A 14-bit display device would be pointless. The human eye has huge dynamic range ability because of it's ability to adapt to different lighting conditions (much like a camera's exposure mechanism)
Dec
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comment What is the defect rate of lenses?
Updated dpreview link : dpreview.com/articles/7333489584/variation-facts-and-fallacies
Dec
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answered What's the point of capturing 14 bit images and editing on 8 bit monitors?
Dec
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comment How to photograph a glow run?
Hire the broncolor unit for a day??
Dec
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comment Is my CPL faulty?
For details of how LCDs work (and how they use polarizing filters internally) see here. This wil explain why you see odd interactions between an LCD and your CPL. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liquid-crystal_display
Dec
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answered Is my CPL faulty?
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comment Why does computer screen size affect image quality?
Please post the actual image, and a screenshot of a portion of 'yours' showing the pixelation at 10x15cm.
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comment Do photographers avoid using zoom?
Good: But your primes don't all have the same max aperture, surely?
Dec
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answered Do photographers avoid using zoom?