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What is the white square near the viewfinder of the Fujica GW690?
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As you can see in the image below from the service manual, the volume behind these two features is occupied by the view finder assembly. Image source: manualslib.com Image source: manualslib.com ...

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What settings to use for indoor sports (water polo) with Nikon D90?
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That is a really difficult situation. The best option would be to improve the lighting itself, but you are not allowed to use a flash or even place lights. The shutter time needs to be fairly short ...

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Is there a European equivalent of the ASMP (in particular, in Germany)?
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The Association of Photographers (AOP) is a trade association mainly for British & European professional photographers. They also accept members from any other country.

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What is the name of this texture/where can I find it?
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This is actually not a texture, but a halftone pattern. Many graphics applications are able to render images with halftone patterns for printers with few colors (e.g. 1 or 4). Related question at ...

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How to determine the actual or "true" resolution of a digital photograph?
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You could compute the Fourier transform of the picture and analyze it in frequency space. If the image was upsampled, higher frequencies will be missing in the transformed image. Note that the ...

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Why did I see sunlight reflection in viewfinder but not in final image?
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Without having more information on how exactly you took your image, and without the possibility to reproduce this effect, one can only guess. I see three possible causes for a sun reflection that is ...

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Why is the sun black when you shoot it with a Fujifilm Instax?
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Summary This effect is called solarization and has been observed since 1840. Photographic emulsions that show solarization do not saturate with increasing exposure, but return to appear unexposed. ...

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A projection of a real-image is one fixed perspective, but looking through the lens with my eye, I see many perspectives. Why?
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Perspective is only defined by the location of the viewing point. The Camera Obscura projects the scene through a pin hole of very small diameter. All light rays are going through the pin hole. The ...

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DSLR vs SLR Light Meter
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The exposure measurements between any two cameras will differ because of limited accuracy of exposure measurement different area weighting (AE mode) different color response different lens ...

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How is a dual camera smartphone "12x zoom" when one is prime and the other has a 2.3x zoom?
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ZenFone 3 Zoom sets the new bar for mobile photography, combining two entirely new camera systems. A 12 megapixel ƒ/1.7 aperture, wide-angle lens with ASUS SuperPixel™ Technology is primed to capture ...

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Why is this child portrait not compelling? What went wrong and what could have been done better?
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There are many ways to improve this picture. The green in the background and the ball was brutal, I turned them down. The grass looked a bit strange. I brightened it up a bit. Many of the other ...

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Can you extend a Canon Rebel T5's exposure length?
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Take as many successive images at 30 seconds (or less) as needed to reach the wanted exposure time, and sum the images in post-processing.

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Why don't Canon and Nikon lock out third-party lens makers?
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Allowing 3rd party components increases the acceptance and popularity of a system. As long as Canon, Nikon, etc. are confident and able to produce great(er) lenses for their own system, they can only ...

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Why does a manual focus lens have an autofocus motor?
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A focus motor without autofocus can be useful for manual remote control of the focus. For your particular example, the Rokinon 24mm, I think that the information on the Lenshero webpage is simply ...

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