Janardan S
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Are there fake Canon cameras?
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Sometimes there are reports of entry level DSLRs camouflaged and sold as full frame ones. Recently, it was found out that some d7100s (dx) were modified and sold as d610s (fx). And some d800s ( with ...

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My cam fell down - Dark Image
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This isn't much of a question. The only thing to do is get it repaired. It could be alignment, I would take it to an authorised Nikon service centre

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Help me choose cheap ND filters that does good/not bad quality
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Well if you buy one from a retail store, you can try it on, take a few sample shots with and without it and see its quality yourself ( it is easier and better to try it before buying and you can see ...

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Are equipment reviews from websites like kenrockwell.com and bythom.com reliable?
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Ken Rockwell is a bit of a canikon fanboy. His reviews are read by many for just entertainment. Some of his articles are useful if you are searching for a canon or Nikon dslr but he also makes up ...

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FX glass on DX body
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Lenses are always named with their actual focal lengths and not 35mm equivalent length. So both your dx and fx 300mm lens has the same focal length. The only difference is that the dx-only lenses are ...

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Why use JPEG instead of RAW?
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Actually RAW and JPEG both are good file formats. JPEG is usually used when the camera is able to get it right. Raw is used to capture a raw and uncompressed file to do further extensive editing in a ...

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Are there disadvantages to a prosumer camera for a beginner, aside from cost?
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If you seriously study and learn the aspects of photography and dslrs, I don't think a more advanced dslr will be very difficult. If money is completely not an issue then I would recommend getting an ...

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How bad is the EVF/LCD lag on the Sony A37?
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I own a slt a35. The EVF lag is not actually as bad as it is on paper. I do not miss any BIF shots due to this. I am not a pro . Just an enthusiast

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Can I shoot a photo with my DSLR without the lens on?
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In some cameras, including entry-level dSLRS, there is a setting to allow shutter release without a lens attached, and in other models full Manual mode allows that. For example, my α35 DLST has ...

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Non-DSLR Beginner Camera choices
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There are some non-dslrs with amazing image quality like the Sony cyber shot RX100 which rival dslrs. But I feel an entry level dslr will help you understand which type of photography you are best in....

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Beginner photography - Low end DSLR vs mid/high end Point and Shoot/P&S?
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There are some non-dslrs with amazing image quality like the Sony cyber shot RX100 which rival dslrs. But I feel an entry level dslr will help you understand which type of photography you are best in....

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Blue parts on the trees
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These blue or purple tints are called chromatic aberration. They are caused when some lenses slightly split the wavelengths of light . Usually they are less in more expensive lenses. You can use ...

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How can I take selective color pictures with my Canon T1i?
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Some cameras have this feature as a photo effect. Or you can use photoshop to selectively desaturated (remove colours ) parts of the image ( desaturated those parts which you want to make black and ...

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Is it possible to combine compact camera portability with professional SLR quality?
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Actually these goals are what mirrorless cameras aim to achieve. They have the large sensor and full manual control of dSLRs. But they also have the compact size of point & shoots, since they don'...

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What camera should I buy and what do I need to look for?
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More Pixels are only useful for printing bigger images at a given print quality. 10 or 12 MP (megapixels) is enough for normal sized prints. Manufacturers add more MP to attract new buyers who think ...

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How to read a histogram?
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From: https://digital-photography-school.com/how-to-read-and-use-histograms/ How to read the Histogram A histogram is a graphical representation of the pixels exposed in your image. The left ...

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