• Nikon f3 what is the picture quality?

    I got my hands on a old school camera, that isnt digital. Just wondering in comparison to my canon power shot 20 mp. Which takes better quality pictures for clarity, like what we now call mp? Please super complex answers, i m bad at that stuff. Like if I want to blow up the pic and still have it be sharp which is... show more
    I got my hands on a old school camera, that isnt digital. Just wondering in comparison to my canon power shot 20 mp. Which takes better quality pictures for clarity, like what we now call mp? Please super complex answers, i m bad at that stuff. Like if I want to blow up the pic and still have it be sharp which is higher 20 mp or 35 mm?
    5 answers · 4 days ago
  • Are there any Cinema (Cine) lens out there that will fit a Canon Rebel T5i DSLR?

    Not looking to break bank. Just needing suggestions on where to search for one for short films/music videos.
    Not looking to break bank. Just needing suggestions on where to search for one for short films/music videos.
    5 answers · 4 days ago
  • Recording using a camera and plug in mic, but no sound comes out when I play it back?

    Best answer: Most likely you fell into the trap of buying an electret or condenser mic, both of which need power, either from a cell inside the mic itself or "phantom", which the camera is unlikely to provide (some do, though). A dynamic mic needs no power and should work with your camera without any difficulty.... show more
    Best answer: Most likely you fell into the trap of buying an electret or condenser mic,
    both of which need power, either from a cell inside the mic itself or "phantom",
    which the camera is unlikely to provide (some do, though).

    A dynamic mic needs no power and should work with your camera without any difficulty.


    I have to applaud you for experimenting first ---
    most people start shooting video with no thought at all for audio problems,
    then when they find they didn't get any sound
    they come here crying their fool heads off about it.
    5 answers · 6 days ago
  • Best DSLR camera for beginners?

    Hi, I don't want to spend more than $600 and found some deals on Best Buy for Cannon and Nikon cameras. Which one is the best one? Also, do 18 vs. 24 MP make a difference? Thanks!!
    Hi, I don't want to spend more than $600 and found some deals on Best Buy for Cannon and Nikon cameras. Which one is the best one? Also, do 18 vs. 24 MP make a difference? Thanks!!
    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • How do you adjust your camera to get maximum exposure to capture ghost images at a haunted place?

    Best answer: 1/666 @ f / 666
    Best answer: 1/666 @ f / 666
    9 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Random object in photo that wasn't actually there?

    I have a developed photograph that has a random tissue box floating in the center that defiantly wasn't actually there at the time. Just curious as to how this happens?
    I have a developed photograph that has a random tissue box floating in the center that defiantly wasn't actually there at the time. Just curious as to how this happens?
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • What is the best cost efficient neutral density filter 72mm or 82 used for video?

    Best answer: Hoya and Tiffen make filters at variable price points. There are other brands like B+W and Heliopan which are arguably superior filters, but no one in their right mind would consider them to be "cost efficient." You could easily spend more than $1,000 on a set of Heliopan filters. An 82mm ND filter... show more
    Best answer: Hoya and Tiffen make filters at variable price points. There are other brands like B+W and Heliopan which are arguably superior filters, but no one in their right mind would consider them to be "cost efficient." You could easily spend more than $1,000 on a set of Heliopan filters. An 82mm ND filter cost about $350.

    There's also variable ND filters, which on a cost efficiency basis, would likely be the clear winner. Considering that sometimes you need 1 stop, sometimes you need 4 stops of ND. Having one filter that can provide anything from 1-10 stops would be very cost effective. Here's a link to B&H showing all of the variable ND filters on the market today: https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/buy/varia...

    There are videos on YouTube that review and test variable density filters. Not all are great, and spending more doesn't always mean you're getting a superior filter.
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • Polaroid on a plane?

    I’m going on vacation in a few weeks and I’m taking my Polaroid camera. What are the chances I’ll be stopped while going through security to look at the film, and if I don’t ask them to check it by hand, will the x-ray they use damage it? It’s ISO 800 film.
    I’m going on vacation in a few weeks and I’m taking my Polaroid camera. What are the chances I’ll be stopped while going through security to look at the film, and if I don’t ask them to check it by hand, will the x-ray they use damage it? It’s ISO 800 film.
    6 answers · 1 week ago
  • Is it possible to take good firework photos with the Polaroid onestep 2?

    Best answer: No.

    It would be impossible.

    For good fireworks photos, you need a camera with manual controls,
    or a simpler one that has a "fireworks" setting.
    Best answer: No.

    It would be impossible.

    For good fireworks photos, you need a camera with manual controls,
    or a simpler one that has a "fireworks" setting.
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Whats the best compact binoculars?

    7 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Camera that stays charged for ling time?

    Best answer: You have left out a lot of details such as your budget, how many shots per day do you anticipate on taking and whether or not you will be doing any videos. Makes zero sense to recommend a camera with a long battery life if it doesn't meet your needs and/or it's beyond your budget. Skip the idea of buying... show more
    Best answer: You have left out a lot of details such as your budget, how many shots per day do you anticipate on taking and whether or not you will be doing any videos. Makes zero sense to recommend a camera with a long battery life if it doesn't meet your needs and/or it's beyond your budget.

    Skip the idea of buying a camera based on battery life because you can always buy more than one battery.

    What you should do is first determine a budget and your needs. Going to sites like bhphotovideo.com or adorama.com will make shopping for a camera infinitely easier than going to amazon which has a very poor catalog that isn't nearly as well designed to shop for camera gear as B&H and adorama's websites.

    Then figure out which cameras meet both criteria.

    Then use this tool: https://www.dpreview.com/products/compar... to see the main features of the cameras on your list. Included in the list of features is battery life located at the end of the list.

    If you plan on doing a lot of video, then you'll most likely end up buying a Sony Alpha series or a Panasonic.
    If you don't do a lot of video, then you will only need one spare battery as even the worst battery life can still take about 300 shots between charges. Using the link to dpreview.com will help you determine if you should get a spare battery and how many. Remember, the number listed is the number of photos taken and doesn't take into consideration video.

    Cameras with no viewfinder will have poorer battery life because the LCD screen uses a lot of power. Next are cameras with electronic viewfinders (EVF) which use a lot of power, too. Lastly are DSLRs which use optical viewfinders and will have the best battery life.

    Again, buy the camera that meets or exceeds your needs and then buy the number of batteries that you'll need. Buying a camera solely based on battery life without considering anything else is massive mistake. After all, what good does it do you to have a camera that can last all day but doesn't do what you need it to do? Also, be sure to have plenty of memory cards.
    12 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • 200d canon dslr?

    I have got canon dslr camera.can you please tell me what settings will be best to shoot cooking videos.urgent help
    I have got canon dslr camera.can you please tell me what settings will be best to shoot cooking videos.urgent help
    7 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Canon DSLR. How to deep zoom?

    Hello , I own a canon eos 1300d with the stock EF-S 18-55 mm lens. I recently saw a similar price tag camera , namely the Nikon COOLPIX P900, and on a youtube video, I see that it can zoom as much as 83x , giving stunning moon closeups. I went into a online shop , and saw that in the specifications, they do... show more
    Hello , I own a canon eos 1300d with the stock EF-S 18-55 mm lens. I recently saw a similar price tag camera , namely the Nikon COOLPIX P900, and on a youtube video, I see that it can zoom as much as 83x , giving stunning moon closeups. I went into a online shop , and saw that in the specifications, they do mention 83x optical zoom. So , does that mean the Nikon has that deep zoom built in? Or it comes with a zoom lens? And how it can have 83x zoom if the zoom number is the result of dividing focal lenght numbers ? Please help me understand. Just search on youtube : Nikon coolpix P900 83x optical zoom world record - video test on moon
    5 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • My camera has slow motion but no fast please help.?

    Hello yesterday I got brand new Sony camera seller says it has many setting slow motion there but no fast motion I want to record at twice speed please help.
    Hello yesterday I got brand new Sony camera seller says it has many setting slow motion there but no fast motion I want to record at twice speed please help.
    9 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • How to correct nikon d850 FEE setup?

    7 answers · 4 weeks ago