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Apr
27
comment What type of camera can work in extreme weather conditions?
+1 for the fast respond. The website pretty useful.
Apr
27
comment What type of camera can work in extreme weather conditions?
I am planning to get a feel of the earthquake and take photo (and video) of the condition during the earthquake and after the earthquake.
Apr
26
comment Would a camcorder be a better choice than a superzoom?
+1 I never thought that stackexchange also have a site for video. Thanks for that link.
Apr
24
comment How do I decide on a camera/lens with high zoom range?
@Gapton Hi Gapton, maybe I am just too greedy - I want a camera that have all the upside without any downside - probably, I will not be able to find one in my lifetime. Sign.
Apr
24
comment How do I decide on a camera/lens with high zoom range?
Actually DSLR is not yet the perfect camera as it is still bulky and the cost is consider quite high. The only thing I like of DSLR is that it can take night shot well without losing quality.
Apr
24
comment What is the actual distance for taking a photograph with a 4.3-180mm Super Zoom camera lens vs. a 55-200mm DSLR lens?
Also, can I assume that the mm in the Len for both camera are actually in the same scale? (meaning that if the DSLR have a 55mm to 180mm len, do will it be equivalent to a Superzoom of 55mm to 180mm if such exist?) Sorry for so much question cause I was thinking very hard to decide which camera that I should buy.
Apr
24
comment What is the actual distance for taking a photograph with a 4.3-180mm Super Zoom camera lens vs. a 55-200mm DSLR lens?
So, can I conclude that a picture taken by a Superzoom will not look nice on print.
Apr
24
comment What is the actual distance for taking a photograph with a 4.3-180mm Super Zoom camera lens vs. a 55-200mm DSLR lens?
... so if we use a 35 mm equivalent, I get the DSLR Len to 200 x 1.5 = 300mm while the Super Zoom become 1000mm BUT in actually fact, the DSLR Len is max 200mm while the Superzoom is 180mm. So, I was thinking if it is possible to define in real physical length? or if there are picture illustration showing how the difference of the len zoom effect.
Apr
24
comment What is the actual distance for taking a photograph with a 4.3-180mm Super Zoom camera lens vs. a 55-200mm DSLR lens?
Actually, what I mean and puzzled is because a 55mm to 200mm DSLR Len can give you a Zoom of 2.6x but a Super Zoom can give you a Zoom of 41x. So, definitely the zoom power is wrong cause one max len is 200mm and another one is 180mm len ...
Apr
19
comment Which Camera is better to take photo of wild birds?
+1 Good to heard some contradicting points as all of my friends mention that DSLR is better than the normal digital camera as it has little or no noise.
Apr
18
comment Which attribute is the most important in a DSLR and lens when shooting objects from a distance?
Budget: 1000 to 4500 for both the digital camera & DSLR.
Apr
18
comment What does “angle of view equivalent to that of some lens in 35mm format” mean?
So does it mean that a DSLR Len of 200mm is actually 200mm x 1.5 = 300mm in the 35mm context?