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  • Comparison Of Prime Lenses And Zoom Lens

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    whether portraiture, landscape cityscape or any other, the lens is usually the most important part of your kit. Most will probably agree that selecting the perfect lens depends essentially on each photographer’s personal taste, needs, and budget. Below we have collected some thoughts about differences of various types of lenses. Prime Lenses vs Zoom Lenses A prime lens has a fixed focal length, while a zoom lens covers a range of focal lengths. Zoom lenses are often more expensive as they contain more

  • A Visit On The Future Essay

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    Welcome to the future. This is Fujifilm 's FinePix Real 3D W1, and it has some mind blowing features like 3D printing, 3D films, etc. Here are the details; 1. 3D Printing. You can print your photos in 3D on lenticular sheets and it can be done by sending your snaps to Fuji. The pricing is not confirmed, but it is estimated to be around $3-6. Fuji may also launch its 3D printer for home purpose but it is not confirmed yet. Don 't think much about it, as when they arrive they are going to be really

  • A Single Day Exploration Of The Cambodian Angkor Temples Essay

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    I thought I would do a single day exploration of the Cambodian Angkor temples, thinking it was just one or two piles of rocks I 'd be looking at, but I needed a three day pass to see all of them and I still don 't think I spent enough time. The sun was beating down hard and climbing the insanely steep stairs of each temple was exhausting with the heavy camera equipment bag stuck to my sweat-soaked back. There is one hundred or so temples that were built between the ninth and fourteenth centuries

  • Comparing Canon PowerShot Digital ELPH with Sony DSC-P10 Essay

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    • Shutter speeds from 1/2,000 to 15 seconds. • Maximum aperture f/2.8 to f/4.9, depending on lens zoom position. • Built-in flash with five modes. • CompactFlash Type I memory card storage device, with a standard 32MB card included. • Power supplied by a rechargeable lithium-ion battery pack (charger included) or optional AC adapter. • ArcSoft

  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of The Canon Power530 Hs Digital Camera

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    Canon Power Shot SX530 HS Digital Camera One of the smallest cameras accessible is the Cannon Power-Shot SX530 with the zoom proportion of 50x and it doesn't generally hold back on elements keeping in mind the end goal to arrive. A 16-megapixel CMOS picture sensor is what super zoom utilizes with the backing of video catch with 1080p. Canon is remarkable for the Creative Shot mode and it’s additionally controls the design which is in fact very useful for a simple to use demonstrate. Introduction

  • Key Advantages Of The Keyence Vhx 6000

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    contamination analysis in line with ISO-16232 Standards . The sample surface image is divided into multiple regions and these regions are analysed individually, which allows for large areas to be contamination analysed. If using a high-resolution microscope lens with a large depth of field, highly precise measurements of samples can be taken down to 1m. This allows for calculations such as porosity areas, volume fraction of defects etc. If a sample surface has height variations a fully focused image can

  • Rifle Scope Research Paper

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    to this one as the 50mm model. When talking about lens sizes, I like a larger scope since it lets in more light and gives me better vision. Thus, this 50mm model is a marked improvement over the previous 40mm version. However, you don’t get a laser sight on this scope, which may or may not be a bad thing, depending on how much of a badass you want to be. Other notable features of this unit include a variable zoom range of 6-24X, a multi-coated lens for better clarity overall, and the fact that it

  • Manliness Through Camera Angle And Zoom Analysis

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    The Change in Manliness Through Camera Angle and Zoom By April of 1945, the second World War was drawing to a close. Nazi Germany was unraveling as the allies were closing in on Berlin. However, the battle for the Pacific was still raging. The movie Hacksaw Ridge by Mel Gibson encapsulates the vicious fighting between the Americans and Japanese during the battle of Okinawa. The movie depicts the struggle Private Desmond Doss (played by Andrew Garfield) during boot camp, and battle, faced from his

  • American Beauty Term Paper

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    the message of the movie’s tagline, which tells viewers to “look closer.” Though zoom-out shots occasionally appear – most notably in the closing helicopter shot – they are far outnumbered by zooms that bring the audience closer to the subject. This preponderance not only contributes to the film’s theme but also emphasizes zoom-outs, particularly in the final shot of the film. Ricky makes abundant use of the zoom feature on his camera, and because his subject is often Jane, close ups on her are

  • Cannibal Holocaust: One of the Greatest Cinematography Accomplishments

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    Ruggero Deodato’s 1980 Cannibal Holocaust is arguably the most controversial film to date. The film’s plot consists of two distinct stories that are continually presented differently than their actual timeline; however, directly influence each other. The movie follows the demise of four ruthless documentary filmmakers: Alan Yates, Faye Daniels, Jack Anders and Mark Tomaso, as they adventure into the Amazon Rainforest in order to capture footage of primitive cannibal tribes. As the audience finds