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Posted on 14 Nov 2008
â€¢ Review Nikon Nikkor AI-S 20mm f3.5 Wide angle lens Read more...
One of my all time favorite wide angle lens.
Result: 1-, Highly Recommended, excellent lens. Pick one if you can.
Read review for more details.
Posted on 05 Jun 2008
Macro photography is maybe most fascinating branch of photography world.
Dedicated macro objectives are expensive and for our kids or photographers who want to just try it, there is simple way to get affordable macro lens.
Maybe it is exactly what will tie you to photography hobby.
Posted on 01 May 2008
â€¢ Nikon AF-S 18-55/3.5-5.6 G ED II (VR) kit as decent macro lens Read more...
What you maybe didn't know is, that Nikon Kit 18-55mm lens can focus from as close as 28cm, that gives you decent 1:3.2 macro reproduction, even better on crop cameras with higher pixel density.
Open the full article to view sample image (carefull, if you dont like spiders).
Posted on 20 Mar 2008
â€¢ How big pictures can I print from my camera? Read more...
Unlike in compact camera market, the DSLR market have some benefits from increasing pixel density on sensors. At least as long as camera manufacturers will keep noise under control (read: not worse than previous version) as it was until now.
We mentioned how you can use higher pixel count and crop as kind of digital zoom in one of previous articles, in this one, we will talk about how big prints you can make out of given pixel count. We will take into account not only popular bubblejet printers, but als canvas and printing on professional printers in print company or Photo shop.
Posted on 18 Mar 2008
â€¢ Is it True that Apperture-Faster Lenses Focusing Easier? Read more...
Yes, the lenses with wider apperture are faster for both auto focusing and manual focusing.
Posted on 16 Mar 2008
â€¢ What is Crop Camera and What is Full Frame Camera? Read more...
In digital photography we talk about crop cameras when image sensor (CCD or CMOS) have smaller size than one image on 35mm (135) film (36x24 mm). Because many calculations in photography are based on the film sizes, crop cameras have some complications you have to watch for...
Posted on 15 Mar 2008
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