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Digital Camera Features and Functions

Details: The camera will then select the appropriate shutter speed for a proper exposure. Whenever you work with aperture settings (f-stops), remember that the lower/smaller the aperture number, the wider the opening and vice versa. For …

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Point and Shoot Film Cameras Photo.net Photography …

Details: The revival of plastic P&S does not mean that they are suddenly great cameras. The lens of the Big Mini is very good, but the rest of the camera behaves sluggishly and it is often hit and miss until you have used it enough to …

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Tri-X in a Disposable Camera!

Details: Ilford started stuffing C-41 b&w XP-2 into disposables years ago. Ilford rolled out its little "reusable" 35mm Sprite camera this year and, again, Kodak Alaris is doing the same with its cheesy M-35 "reloadable" toy. Not sure how the target market will react to the trouble and expense of b&w processing in 2021.

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Largest Viewfinder. Which Camera

Details: Well, despite Herve's pronounciamneto, the D200 is the best viewfinder I've seen on a DSLR. under 2-4000 dollars. The DX2 probably has a 100 percent viewfinder as does the. Professional level Canon. That traditionally is a mark of Nikon's pro camera is it has a 100. per cent viewfinder, and I imagine Canon is the same.

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TYPICAL CAMERA USED BY WW2 PHOTOGRAPHERS

Details: This Contax like camera is a 70 mm film format creation that had interchangeable lenses. rdm, Jan 19, 2009 #1. johan_niels_kuiper. Kelly, the Kodachrome-womans mystery camera might be a Tahbes, a 1950s camera

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What is a good 127 film camera

Details: There's also a nice Vest Pocket Kodak Special Series III, which is a folding bed camera, quite nice. Any Foth Derby you find with an original shutter curtain will need the curtains replaced. The lens is decent, but you only get a 3x4cm negative, barely larger than 35mm full-frame. Plus, the shutter kicks like a mule -- a lot of camera shake.

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What digital camera for old Nikkor Ai lenses Photo.net

Details: The camera will measure the light falling on the sensor and indicate the exposure level. If the camera is in Aperture Priority mode, it will set the shutter speed (and/or ISO) automatically. Sony and other mirrorless cameras set the exposure with the lens stopped down. The display doesn't go dark like an SLR.

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Details: The Original Online Photography Community - Explore Learn and Discuss Photography with us.

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Fujifilm X Series Camera Lineup

Details: It is now my #1 camera of choice, and after 10 months of solid use, it’s survived every bit of abuse that I’ve unleashed on it and has performed to high, professional standards. List Price: $1299.95 (body only), fujifilm_X-T1. 2. …

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Film Camera Week for November 26 Photo.net Photography

Details: The camera is a Canon EOS500 that was given to me at a yard sale because we bought quite a few things, the film is 5222 in HC110 B The camera is not something I normally would use, to "automatic" and too many features, ie: the flash and messing with the settings.

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Fuji Medium Format Digital Cameras Photo.net Photography

Details: BTW, the X1D was, and maybe still is, the best low light camera you can buy. The sensor is pretty much the same as on the GFX 50R. Have a look at this comparison between the SL2 and the X1D, and you decide which system offers better image quality:

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Full Metal Jacket

Details: The camera in the picture definately a Nikon F model with a metered finder. I was in an Army Public Information Detachment in the early 1970s--right as Vietnam was ending and there were issuing new Canon F1s and Canadian-built Leica M4s. Those were "standard issue" for our type of unit. The M4s came in a case with 50mm, 35mm and 135mm Leitz lenses.

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Digital backs for 4x5 cameras Photo.net Photography Forums

Details: The issue with sticking a DSLR (of any size) on the back of a view camera, is that the sensor is recessed deeply in the body. This means that oblique rays from the view camera lens can't fully cover the sensor because they're obscured by the camera lens mount.

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6x4.5 Choosing a Camera! Photo.net Photography Forums

Details: "She want's a 6x4.5 camera". If Bronica, the ETRSi is a perfectly fine choice. No need to step up to an SQ-A. I have no personal experience with the Mamiya 645 Pro, but do have one of the older M645 models, an given a choice between one of those and the Bronica, i'd go with the Bronica ETRSi.

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12mp vs 24mp Photo.net Photography Forums

Details: A camera with 24 megapixels has twices as many pixels as a camera with 12 MP. You have doubled the number of number of pixels in the image rectangle. That is most definitely twice the resolution by every …

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Mirrorless Digital Cameras Photo.net Photography Forums

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Film Camera Week for December 10 Photo.net Photography

Details: Greetings, all, and welcome to our new thread. Post all the images you like from any film camera. I'll start with a few from a roll I processed and scanned over the weekend. Film was Ilford HP5+ and camera was Minolta XE-7 with 35mm f 2.8 MC Rokkor. View attachment 1410947. Christmas decorations next door.

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Marilyn Monroe 1955

Details: The camera in the Monroe picture is also missing the delayed action lever present on the front of the Contax II. It looks far too like a Nikon S2, which has the second R/F window immediately adjacent to the left side of the lens (right side in the Monroe picture). The accessory shoe on the Contax would be farther to the left of the (reversed

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Film Camera Week for December 24 Photo.net Photography

Details: A few older images that are Christmas themed. McCallister's deli in Starkville, Konica TCX with 40mm f 1.8, probably Plus-X. Manger scene, Minolta XE-5 Celtic 50mm f 3.5 MD macro. Christmas window with camera theme, XE-5 and macro. table decoration, Maxxum 5 with 50mm f 2.8 Macro. Mike Gammill, Dec 24, 2021. #12.

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Nikon Photo.net Photography Forums

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Film Camera Week for December 3 Photo.net Photography Forums

Details: Camera was Minolta XE-7 with lens noted in the caption. steps, Rokkor PG 50mm f 1.4 MC my wife (on left) with director of local animal shelter, same lens one of the shelter's kittens awaiting adoption, same lens railroad tracks near Southern Ionics, MD 35 …

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Agiflite Aerial camera Photo.net Photography Forums

Details: Camera worked flawlessly, and it really loved the fact that it was getting a ful 28 volts! Shutter popped away and the film advance was strong. I ran quantities of Agfa P400N aerial color film as well as some "Big K" aerochrome III infrared (1443). I'll have a wait for the film, but will post another update when it comes back.

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What camera(s) are you using this weekend

Details: For those new to the Electro 35 the camera used a no longer available PX32, but there is an alkaline equivalent that seems to work well enough. With no battery the Electro 35 defaults to 1/500 second. Mike Gammill, Dec 10, 2021 #2095] and Fiddlefye like this. rick_drawbridge.

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Difference between 'view' and 'field' camera Photo

Details: The GX680 is an SLR, doesn't fit in the view camera or field camera universe. Field cameras are typically folding flat bed cameras with front movements, although some cameras generally accepted as field cameras have rear movements too.

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Camera Equipment Theft At Tourist Spots- How Common

Details: Camera Equipment Theft At Tourist Spots- How Common? Discussion in ' Casual Photo Conversations ' started by 25asa , Oct 28, 2021 . Page 4 of 4 < Prev 1 2 3 4

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Nikon D7200 as webcam Photo.net Photography Forums

Details: 640x480 is very 1980'ish. If the camera has an HDMI output, you can connect it to a computer using an HDMI to USB converter, which is recognized by nearly any software as a webcam, including Zoom Conference, Webex, Wirecast and OBS. With the right adapter, you can ingest 4K, but 1080p60 to 720p30 takes less bandwidth and is more than enough.

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503CW or 203FE Photo.net Photography Forums

Details: I'd say that would be foolish. The 100mm F3.5 is a great lens, probably equivalent to the 110/F2 unless you must have the extra stops. And the V-System camera will be useful way beyond the life of the 200 series camera. BTW, the Hasselblad meter prism finders provide great light meters for the V-System.

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enlarger lens on a 4x5 camera

Details: The bellows on this camera are long enough that I can remove the front element of the lens (just as in a convertible Schneider Symmar) and have a 370mm lens. On my 3 1/4 x 4 1/4 Graflex RB Auto SLR I use a 180 Schneider Componon, and I can also remove the front element of that and I think I get around a 300mm.

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Film Camera Week for December 17 Photo.net Photography

Details: Greetings, all, and welcome to our new thread. Post all the images you like from any film camera. Tech data and location are welcome. I'll start with some images from a roll of HP5+ that I processed and scanned earlier in the week. guest preacher, Maxxum 8000i with 50mm f 2.8 Macro Grinch, same gear guitar, same gear what's for lunch, same gear

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Import Fuji Profiles into LrC 10.3 Photo.net Photography

Details: John Di Leo. I just saw a webinar about Lightroom and the presenter was using a Fugi camera. He discussed the color profiles that Fuji had made for Lightroom, there are 16 on them, including profiles for some of Fuji's classic films, eg Velvia. IOW changing the color profile to the Velvia setting, makes the image look as if it was shot using

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Zeiss Ikon/Novar Anastigmat Photo.net Photography Forums

Details: In an auction I bought a folding Zeiss Ikon camera with a NOVAR ANASTIGMAT 10.5 cm lens. The film. format is B2, 6x9 cm (2-1/4 x 3-1/4 in.) and on the camera there is the Zeiss Ikon logo and Serial No. M99590. The case has the Zeiss Ikon logo and Serial No. 1798/2 with Made in Germany.

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What camera(s) are you using this weekend

Details: The issue is that the camera's flexible printed circuit (FPC) connectors attach to the circuit boards by clamps padded with a rubberized material, which over 35+ years can deteriorate into a sticky mess. Fortunately, a Flickr user has done a good tutorial on the subject.

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Seeking Canon EF Camera Information Photo.net

Details: It was also the first camera to have a copal square shutter and a completely new mos fed electronic circuit that was reliable and accurate but very difficult to repair. The first series also suffered from dead battery checkers. You can indeed use 1.5V batteries without any problems. This is a rare camera as there were only 100 made worldwide.

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Replacing light seals Photo.net Photography Forums

Details: Some Japanese bodies have a groove in the camera body which basically surrounds the back except at the hinge, and there is a metal protrusion surrounding the door which fits into the groove when the door closes, but which benefits from packing to be light tight.

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Wrapping a camera with gaffers tape Photo.net

Details: The pro camera thief otoh can recognise a taped camera for what it really is and will start to think there's a good reason that person is hiding something so likely there's some really expensive glass hidden in that camera bag. Muggers don't care whether you have a thousand dollar Nikon SLR or a hundred dollar point and shoot.

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Minolta XE-7, The Crown Jewel of the SR Line. Photo.net

Details: The Minolta XE-7 is a truly remarkable camera. It is my favorite camera in my entire collection edging the Voigtlander Bessamatic by a couple of points. The XE-7 is the fruit of the collaboration between two of the camera industry power houses, Leitz and Minolta. It has a birth year of about 1975.

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Zeiss Super Ikonta's Novar is a Very Good Lens Photo.net

Details: The camera's build quality is superb, and even though it looks very similar to an older Ikonta I have that has no rangefinder, it's much heavier and feels more solid in every way. In theory, whether a camera like this has a rangefinder or not isn't important to me, or so I thought. In practice, I found it a lot nicer to have focus confirmation

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35mm SLR with waist-level finder

Details: camera. peter_kim|2, Mar 16, 2004 #1. douglas_green|1. Most of your older pro-class cameras had interchangeable finders, and offerred a waist-level finder. Only a few of these retained the metering operation with the WL finder though. These include: Pentax LX, Nikon F3, F4, and F5. Canon F1 and F-1n

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How long should a camera last

Details: Try an independent camera repair company. Nikon may not have the parts, but that does not mean the camera or lens cannot be repaired. Parts are "out there" even if Nikon no longer stocks them. Do some careful research and you will probably find a good repair repair service. Photonet is a good place to start.

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Yashica FR1 Photo.net Photography Forums

Details: The only Yashica camera I've ever used is my TL-Super, which unfortunately has seen better days (long before it came unto my hands, worse still). I can tell it was a nice camera in its day, though, and the Yashinon lens I have for it is very, very nice. craigd, Apr 8, 2012 #1.

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Ideas for a Photography Club Photo.net Photography Forums

Details: The nearest camera store is a Ritz camera about 50 miles from here . cfreemanphotography, Sep 24, 2007 #1. beasleyglb. Field trips and visiting speakers are good draws. If having a periodic contest, assuming the numbers are not too high, a quick critique on each image helps keep people coming back.

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The lifespan of a Digital Sensor Photo.net Photography

Details: You must remember that the camera is an entire electronic chain that reads out the image, amplifies it, sends it through processing circuitry, and finally stores the signals on a memory device. Very complex, and a failure at any point renders the camera dead.

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Film Camera Week for December 3 Page 2 Photo.net

Details: Film Camera Week for December 3. Discussion in 'Classic Manual Cameras' started by Mike Gammill, Dec 2, 2021. Page 2 of 2 < Prev 1 2. Ricochetrider.

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Card reader or download from camera Photo.net

Details: kari_oinonen. D700 + 8G Sandisc Extreme, nef 14 bit + medium jpg takes only 5-6 sec/photo. For 200 photos it makes 1200 seconds. That is 20 minutes via the camera. With a card reader I get 5x the speed. Takes then 4 minutes. This is with usb2 in the PC and usb3 compatible card reader.

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Olympus Photo.net Photography Forums

Details: Oct 4, 2021. How to repair Olympus Pen EM "Half-Frame" Film Camera Battery Door? *Pictures. iKokomo , Jul 30, 2021. Replies:

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