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Sony Announces G Master Lenses

(G Master Lens Discussion starts at 4:10 in the above video, after the discussion about the exciting new a6300) G Master.  Now there is a name that instills confidence.  And rightly so from a look at the specs of the new lineup of Professional highest...

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The 180 Degree Shutter Rule

https://youtu.be/npCs9BijTEc Did you see yesterday's article on the Exposure Triangle for still photography?  It's here: http://thecameraforum.com/exposure-triangle/ For video cameras, the same rules apply.  There are 3 ways to control exposure internally on a camera, ISO, Aperture, and Shutter Speed or "Angle" as it is called on moving film cameras. For video,...

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The Exposure Triangle

  Understanding the three pillars of The Exposure Triangle, and how to use each of them to your advantage in concert, is one of the highest arts in photography.  Up there with color and composition.   Understanding the exposure triangle of shutter speed, aperture, and ISO is...

  Understanding the ...

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Olympus 40-150mm F2.8 vs. Panasonic 35-100mm F2.8

The new Olympus 40-150mm F2.8 telephoto is the longest, fastest zoom at F2.8 available for a mirrorless camera. The Panasonic 35-100 F2.8 is incredibly compact and regarded by many as one of the best mid range telephoto zooms on the market for the M43 format. Neither...

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The Difference Between F Stops and T Stops

Matt Granger, from ThatNikonGuy.Com digs into the difference between F Stops and T Stops in this short presentation.  Just what is that difference, and is that difference important to us, you mite ask? [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="320"] Diagram of decreasing apertures, that is, increasing f-numbers, in one-stop increments;...

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Shooting Fireworks?

It is hard to believe, but the July 4th holiday is upon us here in the United States. Officially a celebration of America's independence from Great Britain's monarchy, today this holiday has come to represent hot dogs barbecued on an outdoor girl, kids screaming in...

It is hard to believe, but the...

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The Ultimate Focus Puller?

The Art Of A Focus Puller One of the least expensive and most versatile lenses in any filmmaker’s bag of tricks is the 50mm lens. Check around, almost every manufacturer sells a "nifty fifty."  Considered by many to be the default "normal" human vision equivalent, there are more 50mm lenses in...

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