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Dec
26
revised How can I change the image counter on my Canon Sx240?
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Dec
26
comment How can I change the image counter on my Canon Sx240?
@FabriceNEYRET That's probably it. I use Red Hat, where it's perl-Image-ExifTool. EXIFTool is entirely command-line, but it's not hard to master and you can write short shell scripts to automate the import process. The path and file name can be arranged any way you want; I just happen to file mine by day in directories. This page has a few ideas on it that might help you get started: noseyparka.me.uk/2011/10/05/…
Dec
26
answered How can I change the image counter on my Canon Sx240?
Dec
22
comment Do phone cameras expose to the right?
I've had a chance to examine a copy of the DNG, and it's well-exposed all things considered. I suspect that LR and the in-camera processor are causing the blowouts by applying a base curve that doesn't work well for the scene.
Dec
21
comment Do phone cameras expose to the right?
How are you processing the DNGs into the JPEGs you're posting?
Dec
21
comment Do phone cameras expose to the right?
@KartickVaddadi: The exposure is what the metering algorithm (or you, if you exposed it manually) believes to be correct for the scene. By definition, that's 0 EV of compensation. Don't expect any special insight into your camera's metering system.
Dec
20
answered Do phone cameras expose to the right?
Dec
7
answered Can I upload a .CRW file from my Nikon camera?
Nov
20
comment Simply bad focus or too big aperture?
Depending on the camera, which focus points were used may be buried in the EXIF data, and some have a mode during review that will superimpose them on the picture.
Nov
18
comment WIll Nikon G and D lenses and (new) Tamron lenses all work with a Nikon D7100?
Download the owner's manual from Nikon. In the back is a section on lens compatibility that will answer your questions about the Nikkors. Tamron should be able to tell you what each of their lenses is in Nikon terms.
Oct
29
comment What could be causing focus problems in low light?
How low is low? The AF system in the D750 is good down to -3 EV, which is not very much light and a whole stop better than pretty much everything else out there. (I've had trouble with my 750 intermittently not focusing my first-generation 70-200 f/2.8, but that's another discussion.)
Oct
18
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Oct
18
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Sep
13
comment Does mirror lock-up drain the battery?
Nikon is the only place you'd be able to get a definitive answer, but I doubt they'd say. Given that mirror lock-up requires AC or a minimum battery charge level, odds are good there is at least a bit of current being drawn.
Sep
10
comment Why do DSLR cameras still use monochrome LCD as their top displays?
I'll pass on the extra bulk to support it.
Sep
6
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Aug
30
comment Why am I getting noise with D3200 even at ISO 200?
For something that was shot with a dense DX sensor, I don't see anything objectionable in what you posted. It's also a very good bet that the default settings applied by LR aren't ideal for what your camera produces, so you're doing the image a disservice by just going with them. Raw files include all of the camera's warts and require processing before they look good. Your point-and-shoot did a lot of the for you; this requires some work.
Aug
30
comment Why am I getting noise with D3200 even at ISO 200?
If the image is a JPEG, it has been processed in the camera and will have artifacts from that and the compression process.
Aug
29
comment Photo backups via USB Hub + card reader + tablet + external HDD
You might consider a device like the Western Digital MyPassport Wireless which skips the middleman and uses your tablet as a control panel. (It can also be plugged directly into a USB port and used as an external hard drive.)