Go Hands Free And Still Get Great Photos
Fumbling with your camera underwater can be a bit of a hazard, and can lead you to dropping it, or not paying enough attention in a tense moment. The GoPro dive housing for your camera makes the solution simple, with headlight clips, or wrist tethers to suit your every need. These features make it one of the most versatile housing units in the world!
Almost Any Water Depth
The GoPro dive housing is rated for a maximum depth of one-hundred and 97 feet underwater. This means that you can use it on just about any diving expedition, and be sure that your camera is safe and snug. Diving, snorkeling, or even shooting an underwater film, this dive housing for your camera does it all.
Versatility For Different Cameras
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About is file size and frame rate. These things are quite important because they will decide the quality of the videos that you shoot. This camera is pretty good – it’ll shoot 1080p which is full HD and it will also shoot 720p which is standard HD – both of which are perfectly acceptable for social media platforms. In order to make those changes we go again into Video Tab 2 and find Movie Recording Size. If we press on that option then we get four choices. Depending on whether you’ve chosen NTSC or PAL, you maximum rates will be either 60fps or 50fps.
When you’re shooting stills with the Canon 1300D you have lots of choices. They’re all on the Mode Dial and they go from entirely manual to semi-automatic and then to entirely automatic options In most of … Read the rest
SELECT ONLY THE BEST MEMORY CARDS
Much like professional photographers know the importance of a great camera and an even better lens, they should also know the importance of choosing a high-quality memory card. Purchasing professional equipment is an investment in a photographer’s business. Regardless of price, the best products available should be used in order to provide the utmost in quality and service to clients. Here are some of the things that photographers should consider when selecting memory cards:
- Size and Capacity: All capacities are different. Consider your typical file size and how many images you shoot per job. Then choose a card that can handle three or more jobs at a time, to be safe. The capacity is typically relative to the size, which can be misleading when only looking at the card’s physical appearance. They are also
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The body design
In spite of the fact that the SL1 is much smaller to any DSLR that has come out of the Canon assembly line, it surprisingly offers a bunch of physical controls. There is a dedicated exposure compensation button, exposure lock button as well as an ISO button at the top panel among others. To save precious real estate space the movie mode now sits as the third option on the power switch. Press that and then press the record button at the rear of the camera to start recording. Additionally the Q option now is merged with the SET button at the center of the rear wheel. The remaining buttons on the wheel has however no dedicated role to play. The top mode dial now can spin 360 degrees without stop just as in the Rebel T5i.… Read the rest
Since the advent of social media, Filipinos have become more digitally savvy-you’ll see daily posts of food, travels, or even OOTDs on Instagram and Facebook. With the (re)introduction of the instant camera here in the Philippines, it gave many young Filipinos another way to express themselves. Instant cameras quickly became a trendy accessory and as the years went by, Fujifilm has built a strong library of excellent instant cameras, and recently, with its release of the new SQ10, many photo-enthusiasts are flocking to stores to learn more about it.
What sets the SQ10 apart from other Instax cameras? Straight off the sensor, the much-anticipated hybrid camera combines the best parts of digital with the best parts of analog. It is also the first model that uses an instax square film-so for retro-junkies, the SQ10 is an indie dream. The SQ10 … Read the rest
Camera cleaning mode
Most digital cameras have a sensor cleaning mode and this is what you should always try first before going for any other type of cleaning. You should remove the lens and then aim your camera downwards when engaging the cleaning mode. This way, dislodged dust and dirt will fall out easily. The sensor cleaning mode is sometimes all you need to have a clean sensor, but you might need to employ other cleaning options if this does not yield the results that you expect.
Bulb blowers make other very good tools to help you clean the camera sensor. Choose larger blowers to get rid of dust from the sensor, but never ever use air that is compressed and canned on the sensor because your risk fluid damage. When using the blower, point the camera downward … Read the rest
Cleaning the lens
This is the first step to keeping the camera in good condition. Camera lenses are expensive accessories that need to be taken care of. A very soft cloth must be used to clean the surface of the lens to avoid scratches. Only use products that are specifically made for lens cleaning; never use a tissue or the bottom of your shirt to wipe the lens. It is better to stick to cleaning materials that are recommended by the manufacturer. These are available in a reliable camera shop or photography establishment.
Always make some time to clean the lens using a lens cleaning solution and special cleaning tissues. Make it a habit to apply the solution on the cleaning tissue instead of pouring it directly on the lens. This is to ensure that the solution does not drip … Read the rest
It is nearly impossible to carry every piece of equipment that a photographer owns at one time. They will carry what they are using at the time. The size of their camera and the kinds of lenses they are using will be important to consider.
Many photographers have different cameras for different situations. They will usually have a backup camera in case something happens to their best one. If these are dropped, it can do a lot of damage to them.
Camera bags can come in many different sizes. Some people will just need a small one. Other people are going to need one that is quite a bit bigger because they want to be able to carry a tripod and extra film or SD cards with them as well as different lenses for different shots.
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Throughout this Nikon D5300 DSLR we have noticed that many of the features it has have been carried over from its predecessor. One example of this is the 39 point AF system. This is a great feature that keen photographers are happy to see is still present. The 9 cross type AF points alongside 3D focus tracking is great for those looking to take single shots of moving people, animals and objects without blurring.
The camera features a photographing rate of 5 frames per second and uses the 1016 pixel set up to give excellent exposure in many conditions combined with the well-known scene recognition system.
New to the D5300 us the build in receiver for Wi-Fi which allows you to send the images straight to a recipient device such as phone or tablet. The Wi-Fi also lets the user … Read the rest
Then you need to fix the lens. If you have bought the standard kit lens, the 18-55mm EF-S II, then you will see a small white square on the rim. Take the cap off the camera and you will see a corresponding white square on the camera. Line the two up and then turn the lens clockwise until it clicks. When changing lenses on a digital camera, always try to keep the camera body facing down so that dust doesn’t get into the camera itself.
Then we can look at changing some of the settings inside the camera. When you switch the camera on for the first time, the option to set the time and date will pop up. These values can be changed easily using the cross keys on the back of the camera. Then you will be asked … Read the rest