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Ever looked at your camera lenses and wonder what everything does? Then this is the blog post for you! I’ll explain everything you can see on your lens, so what each switch does, and what that funny little window thing is meant for too 😀 Learning about the tools of your trade is important, so tak

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Learn how to set your DSLR camera ISO quickly. You will learn what ISO is, how to use it, how it affects your photos, and why ISO is important. There is an easy to use chart that makes setting ISO super easy.

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Artificial lighting can be overwhelming, there are thousands of options to modify one single light source and there are dozens of companies that claim they have the best product and best bang for your buck. Regardless, photography equipment is expensive and I know I'd rather not waste money on a gimmick product when the same result could be achieved with just the right strobe placement or accessory. With carpentry there is an right way and wrong way to do things. The right way usually involves a number of different tools.

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Part 1: Comparison on Features and Operations:- http://dc.watch.impress.co.jp/docs/review/special/20110524_447926.html (Japanese Excite machine translation to English Here) Part 2: Image Quality - Full Sized Original Test Samples are available:- http://dc.watch.impress.co.jp/docs/review/special/20110526_448560.html (Japanese Excite machine translation to English Here) Well, it is a bit disappointed that the DC Watch did not actually carry out any real test to check for the toughness and reliability of these cameras, which is what they were designed for and why they were born! After all, what better IQ should we expect for those *DCs*? :-o One interesting is that if you look at those GPS sample photos, and if you are using Firefox as the browser and you have installed the FxIF, there will be a new map link displayed in additional to the Latitude and Longitude plus the Altitude values (which are displayed for the GPS equipped models, i.e., except the Casio and the Sony, which has no GPS). A click to that map link will route you directly to the OpenStreetMap.org, see the example link below for this sample picture (Warning: Large File) of the Optio WG-1 GPS:- http://www.openstreetmap.org/?mlat=35.64249&mlon=139.85954833333335&layers=B000FTF Besides, the DC Watch comments in the summary of their tests that the lack of a dedicated video button of the Pentax model (only) would be a real issue that causes much inconvenience, as those underwater DCs are meant to be used under the water. How do the users dig into the menu and call the video recording function when they are diving?! >:-| Last but not least, speaking of the WG-1 alone and the real-life field test I've mentioned above, I think this video should be of interest, if it is not edited to be too long before you go asleep! ;-D (URL: http://youtu.be/prwcceG7U8w)

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DxOMark posted their Nikon D5500 DSLR camera ($796.95) review: “Hard-core Nikon fans aren’t likely to find too much here to get excited about, especially as the company has traded the touchscreen LCD for the built-in GPS of the D5300. Now D5500 users will have to budget $250 extra for the GP-1 and have it take up […]

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