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How many frames have I lost due to opening my Canon Sure Shot 60?

I did research and apparently some cameras automatically rewind the film which saves the already taken photos. Taking a quick look at the Canon SureShot 60 Zoom Manual it appears that your camera ...
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FOV on an APS-C and Full frame 'lens'

Field of view is the real-world angle captured on the image. It is determined by the quotient of the sensor size and the focal length. That's basic geometry. If you want to keep the angles when ...
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Why is the resolution of a photo not equal to the camera's default resolution

The photo was obviously re-sized after the shot. As for the inconsistency of the width with the assumed original width, it could have been someone using a "drag" resizing tool that was ...
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How does a modern digital camera process to jpg?

Most human senses are logarithmic in that "twice as much" is the same difference to us. That applies to force (touch), sound (hearing), and light (vision). That means that perceptually the ...
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How does a modern digital camera process to jpg?

While the RAW-to-JPEG processing is a huge subject and can only be summarized as "camera can do anything", the question seem to stem from the basic assumption that there is a huge excess of ...
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Canon Rebel SL1 using timer, taking multiple photos

It takes 5 photos per single hard press of the shutter button. The resulting photos vary in brightness. That sounds like you've got exposure bracketing enabled. However, the EOS Rebel SL1/100D ...
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Is there an adapter to get a 3rd-party flash to work on my Canon 4000D (T100)?

Yes. Kind of. Sandwiching either the Godox X1T-C (firmware updated to v27 or later for T7/T100 compatibility) or X2T-C transmitter between the camera and the flash, gives you the ability to fire the ...
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Is there an adapter to get a 3rd-party flash to work on my Canon 4000D (T100)?

No, you will need a flash specifically designed to work with Canon's E-TTL system; that does include some, but definitely not all, third party flashes. Whoever sold you this combination was frankly a ...
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Canon native flash off-camera second-curtain-sync: any news?

As of February 2021, yes. You can now get 2nd-curtain sync with the ST-E3-RT version 2 and Canon's RT-capable speedlites. This is not a firmware update to the ST-E3-RT, but a new model. The three ...
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