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Jun
10
comment Are there any free Windows programs to get a live view for a Nikon D700 in tethered capture mode?
I realize this question is 3 years old but there is an Android app that allows you to control a D700 using a USB "on the go" cable. The app is free and USB OTG cables only cost ~$5 USD. It works nicely with a tablet although a tablet is still not as large as a PC monitor
May
7
comment What do I need to know for volcano photography?
don't breathe any fumes otherwise you might catch pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis
Nov
8
answered Should I refocus if I change the aperture in a DSLR?
Sep
30
awarded  Yearling
Apr
26
comment Is there something that is the opposite of a teleconverter?
see this earlier question: photo.stackexchange.com/q/33988/6789
Mar
25
awarded  Constituent
Mar
18
awarded  Caucus
Feb
16
comment Why are white-lighted areas on my Nikon D5100's LCD blinking continuously?
The guide is nice but the quickest fix is just to press the Up or Down button while looking at a picture, to cycle through the viewing options.
Dec
15
awarded  Critic
Dec
8
comment Is it ok to breathe on the front glass element of a lens to fog it and clean it?
which came first? this question or this article?
Dec
2
comment Why most Nikon-mountable prime lens don't have image stabilization?
the Nikon site lists 7 primes with VR (85 macro DX, 105 macro FX, 200 f2, 300 f2.8, 400f2.8, 500f4, 600f4)
Nov
20
awarded  Organizer
Nov
20
revised Pros and Cons for using a camera strap and what better alternatives are available?
switch tag
Nov
20
suggested suggested edit on Pros and Cons for using a camera strap and what better alternatives are available?
Oct
31
comment What are the advantages and disadvantages of using auto ISO on a DSLR?
this is misleading because you're working with [at least] 6 variables here: light + (aperture&shutter speed) + iso + post-processing = final exposure + noise. and what you've shown is that holding light, a/s, and the final exposure constant, decreasing ISO, and increasing post-processing results in greater noise. in order to get a real meaningful understanding of what one factor does to another you can't have so many things changing at the same time
Oct
22
comment Should the depth of field in the viewfinder be the same as the final images with the aperture set to wide open?
Any chance you have a second camera that could see into the viewfinder of the first?
Sep
30
awarded  Yearling
Sep
26
comment What's the difference between exposure and shutter speed?
Flickr's EXIF data lists shutter speed as "Exposure" ... maybe not the reason for this question but it's definitely something that's confused me in the past
Aug
24
comment Can a consumer-grade camera take good aurora pictures?
@Itai any reason why the OM-D specifically? there are plenty of entry-to-mid-level DSLRs that are cheaper
Aug
22
comment What are the laws in the United States concerning photo printing copyrights?
His camera + he sets up the shot + she presses the shutter button = she owns the copyright?