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Beware of Condensation on your Camera or Lens

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On April - 21 - 2017

Condensation on your Camera Lens

Condensation on your Camera Lens



Have you ever find your camera lens fogged after being in a cold area? Like when you’re taking a trip to the mountains or when you get out of an air conditioned vehicle? This won’t be a problem for you if the fogging only occurs on the outside of the lens. But if the fogging occurs in the inside of the lens that’s difficult to access for a quick clean up, this is when it becomes problematic. The fog that’s covering the lens glass will make your photographs less sharp, and if left for too long it can cause molding.

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SIRI Technology in the Canon EOS 5D Mark II? Seriously?

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On April - 11 - 2017

SIRI in EOS 5D mk II

SIRI in EOS 5D mk II



Recently, rumors has circulated about a Swedish hacked name Bjorn Mabro who’s successfully embedded Apple’s Siri application into his Canon 5D Mark II. This hacker, who is also a robotics student, claimed that the Siri feature in his DSLR responds to 124 commands in different voices. These commands range from the simple shutter release to the menu settings.

This feature officially available exclusively for Apple’s newest 4S iPhone were tweaked to work in a digital camera. Siri’s become an application of high interest because it’s able to communicate very well with humans. The female voiced Siri becomes a digital assistant that you can actually have conversations with.

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Pocket Point-and-Shoot Cameras vs. Prosumer Cameras vs. DSLR cameras

Pocket Point-and-Shoot Cameras vs. Prosumer Cameras vs. DSLR cameras

There are perhaps still many of us that still don’t know the basic difference between the three types of cameras. But much of the masses usually choose the simple point-and-shoot pocket cameras over the rest, and it’s usually the right choice. Just point then shoot, it can’t get any simpler than that!

So when do you need a prosumer or a DSLR camera? Or you may also wonder: Is it better to purchase a DSLR or a prosumer camera? Or is a basic pocket camera enough?

The answer is really up to you. It all depends on your photography needs. But before you make your final decision on which to purchase, it’s best you know the basic difference between these three. The following are comparisons between the three; and I will discuss subjects surrounding the physical exteriors, features, sensors, lenses, and functionality. Read the rest of this entry »

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Funny “Nikon Girl” Video from Photographer Joey Lawrence

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On March - 24 - 2017
Nikon Girl Video

Nikon Girl Video

Hilarious “Nikon Girl” Video Parody from Photographer Joey L.Famous photographer Joey L has created a very cute video called “Nikon Girl” and if you’ve got a couple of minutes, it’ll put a smile on your face. Read the rest of this entry »

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DEP and A-DEP Modes Explanation on DSLR

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On March - 22 - 2017

DEP and A-DEP Modes Explanation on DSLR - A DEP Dial on DSLR

DEP and A-DEP Modes Explanation on DSLR - A DEP Dial on DSLR


Difference between DEP (AV, A on some camera’s) and A-DEP modes

Depending on the brand of your digital camera, you may have noticed 2 similar yet different modes on the dial, called DEP and A-DEP. DEP may also be sybolised by the letters AV (Canon) or A (Nikon). This clever A-DEP function allows the Canon camera to pick an F-stop that will render all subjects covered by the AF points in focus, and it will also set the appropriate shutter speed.

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