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Shooting Tethered to a computer

Last Updated on 2012/12/24 by Radu Grozescu

This is an often overlooked but extremely useful solution for static set-ups. Practically all DSLRs and a good number of compact and bridge digital cameras are capable of shooting tethered to a computer. This article is about shooting tethered with DSLRs with an emphasis on Nikon and Fuji cameras which I use. Continue reading

Megapixels and resolution – Some thoughts

Last Updated on 2012/12/24 by Radu Grozescu

If you hold a digital camera in public, the first question you will be asked is “How many megapixels ?” If the camera is a professional looking one, the average people will be disturbed by the fact that this information is not displayed prominently in bold letters on the camera. Continue reading

Digital vs Film – which is better – the (still) endless debate

Last Updated on 2012/12/24 by Radu Grozescu

The Digital vs Film debate is not going to end in the foreseeable future for very good reasons. First, the discussion is too general in terms and there is no acceptable definition to “Digital”, “Film” and “Better”. Current DSLRs outperform 35mm film but … Let’s have a closer look at them. Continue reading