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comment Why do camera manufacturers use different lens mounts?
Nikon's F mount has been less disruptive throughout the years, with few exceptions you can mount almost any Nikkor lens in today's Nikon bodies.
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comment Is there a Fuji X10 raw converter for Linux?
Darktable, based on libgphoto2, claims it can handle X10, but couldn't find a way to verify it. As for the white orbs, there isn't a way to tell if a camera is affected or not before buying, so the only option is buying it and test.
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comment Simple comparison of LightRoom 4, Corel AfterShot Pro, DarkTable
Many of those missing features in ASP can be obtained via plugins: watermark, gradients, split toning, etc.
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comment What's the best way to shoot infra red?
I'm not sure (I don't use Canon gear) but I think converting a camera to shoot IR is changing the current filter that blocks IR to another that doesn't, so I guess if it's done right you should use any lens. Again, this is just an opinion
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comment Which prime lens to get after the 18-55mm & 55-250mm?
The Nifty-Fifty is a must-have for it's low price, small size and great image quality
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comment Which prime lens to get after the 18-55mm & 55-250mm?
The Tamron 17-50mm is a zoom, not a prime lens
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answered What are the key things that distinguish stock photography from other types?