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€¢ Which Objective Focal Lenght Compares to Human Eye? Read more...
Althought information from many sources vary, short answer and valid answer is aproximately 50mm. But. Eye have larger field of view thanks to non flat reception area (retina).
Posted on 15 Mar 2008
€¢ Use Your Lens and Camera on Max: Creative Use of Underexposure Read more...
While properly lit and exposed image should be always goal of the good photographer, sometimes it is needed to be creative to achieve images you need, given conditions you got.
Underexposure (shooting in left, dark part of histogram) is same as overexposure considered bad. Of course it is, because you are using only part of sensitivity of your camera. Unlike overexposure where blown out lights damaging surrounding image and creates unrecoverable blow, underexposure is just decreasing sensitivity of your camera. This can be used creative way...
Posted on 22 Feb 2008
€¢ How Fast Shutter Speed You can Hand-hold? Read more...
There is no exact formula to say, but for me most of the time works following, widely accepted rule:

Minimum shutter speed You can hand hold and get sharp images most of the time with proper and firm holding technique is 1/lenght. So for your 100mm lens, at least 1/100 shutter speed is needed.
Posted on 22 Feb 2008
€¢ Is Better Lens/Camera Worth it? Aperture, ISO and Shutter Speed Compared Read more...
In this article is simple table comparing effect of different Aperture, Shutter Speed and ISO on final image.
To chose proper lens and camera for your scene, you can compare effect of wider aperture or higher ISO sensitivity on how fast can your shutter be.
Posted on 22 Feb 2008
€¢ Megapixels to Extend Zoom Range of Prime and High Quality Lenses Read more...
Another view and small comparison about why low quality lenses are not worth your pennies.

24 to 120mm compared
Posted on 17 Feb 2008
€¢ What is the Best Replacement for Compact Camera? Read more...
Few ideas for converts.
Posted on 17 Feb 2008
€¢ Is the Live View Really so Needed? Read more...
My little thought about actual "hot" feature should answer many myths as well as react on criticism to being "entry level" feature.
Posted on 17 Feb 2008

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