Napioa - Wind Origins

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revised Is it necessary to fully drain Ni-MH batteries before recharging them?
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Oct
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answered Is it necessary to fully drain Ni-MH batteries before recharging them?
Nov
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comment Are there cameras which have only bodies, and no default attached lenses?
Do note that it is a good idea to get it with the kit lens though. Generally cheaper. High-end bodies mostly don't even have a kit lens option. usually body only.
Nov
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answered Why does my Nikon D3100 no longer auto-focus correctly?
Oct
26
comment What kind of camera should a serious enthusiast buy after ditching a point and shoot?
I guess the reference to what kind refers to "dSLR" more than "Canon EOS..." So your straight answer should have been "dSLR" given your answer.
Oct
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answered Is buying a camera and trying things yourself the best way to learn?
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Oct
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answered Should I stick with Micro Four Thirds or switch to a larger format before investing in more gear?
Oct
18
answered Why do some DSLRs have fewer megapixels than some pocket cameras?
Oct
18
comment What is the best way to micro-adjust a camera body to a particular lens?
I just wanted you to make a note about this focus adjustment procedure. Every camera body and lens has a tolerance to which they can be manufactured. Therefore, when you adjust that lens (after determining that it indeed does not focus correctly), it will work for your case for that particular camera body. When you put that very lens on another camera you will notice that it will back/front focus again. Therefore, any of these adjustments must be done for a lens/body combo. Do note :)
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Oct
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answered Would a large aperture lens help against low light subjects being blurry?