Lonnie Utah wrote:Resolution will only continue increase. As a result, we will see new lens, image processing technology IN THE BODY and printing technologies, that will allow these resolutions to become not only practical, but affordable for the AVERAGE consumer. We are all basing the need for camera resolution based on 150-300 DPI printing. Well, what happens when I make a 600 DPI printer? All of these technologies are interrelated.
Lonnie Utah wrote:again...
16 MM 1/60 F13 ISO 200 exp bias -2
stevecim wrote:This is my main complaint with the A350 , sometimes I need a shutter speed just a little higher , so up the iso, but with the a350 you can't select iso between 200 and 400 or 400 to 800 like you can on the a700
Dusty wrote:This comes from being spoiled by digital photography. I used to shoot events with multiple cameras so that I had multiple ISO films. I could get, 25, 64, 100, 160, 200, 400, 800, 1600 ISO (also others if I wanted B&W) films and had to pre-determine wich I should load. I normally carried 3 or 4 bodies to a shoot. I couldn't just switch from 100 to 200 on the camera at the drop of a hat, much less choose steps in between.
Sonolta wrote:Lonnie...I did a 15 second edit of your landscape pix...it may not realistic but I sorta like the frame brightened up a bit. If you want me to take it down I will...
Dusty wrote:From the cloud cover it's hard to tell exactly what the original seen would have been.
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