• How to unformat a Cannon Powershot? PLEASE HELP?

    I accidentally formatted my Cannon Powershot camera and I cannot seem to recover the pictures. I NEED TO GET THEM BACK ASAP!!!!!!!!! I have tried to recover them using online things but none of them are working. Please help me get them back
    I accidentally formatted my Cannon Powershot camera and I cannot seem to recover the pictures. I NEED TO GET THEM BACK ASAP!!!!!!!!! I have tried to recover them using online things but none of them are working. Please help me get them back
    13 answers · 3 days ago
  • Adaptor for olympus OM-2N film camera?

    I have an old olympus OM-2n film camera that came with a 200mm lens. However it won t fit on the camera, it seems i need an adaptor perhaps? But I can t find one online, and I m not sure which one I need. I don t see a brand name on the lens, only that it says "KOREA" and it looks like it has macro... show more
    I have an old olympus OM-2n film camera that came with a 200mm lens. However it won t fit on the camera, it seems i need an adaptor perhaps? But I can t find one online, and I m not sure which one I need. I don t see a brand name on the lens, only that it says "KOREA" and it looks like it has macro capabilities.
    6 answers · 22 hours ago
  • Which DSLR camera should I buy?

    I am looking to get my first DSLR camera, I have looked at quite a few online using the JB Hi-Fi website and there seems to be so many different types but I'm not too sure which one would be right for me and what I hope to use it for. I am an aspiring filmmaker and videographer so naturally I would need a DSLR... show more
    I am looking to get my first DSLR camera, I have looked at quite a few online using the JB Hi-Fi website and there seems to be so many different types but I'm not too sure which one would be right for me and what I hope to use it for. I am an aspiring filmmaker and videographer so naturally I would need a DSLR that handles recording video rather well, I have looked at two models which would suit my price range (currently have a bit over $600, trying to save to as high as I can) I have looked at the Canon EOS 1300D which is $479 dollars (I'm in Australia if it matters) which is definitely affordable but it seems a little more for photography rather recording video there also appears to be no external mic port and getting a mic would be something I would need I'm sure to getting good audio. The second I looked at was the Nikon D3400 which is $549, it doesn't seem too different from the previous one aside from the addition of recording video in 60fps which I don't know if I would use I'm not a huge expert on 60fps. Does anyone have any recommendations out of these two cameras, or maybe even some other cameras that would be better? Something that can record at least 1080p video at the standard fps with a port for plugging in a mic and that isn't overly expensive preferably under $1000. Any recommendations and information would be appreciated. Also regarding lens kits, I don't know much about lenses at the moment but have been trying to learn.
    7 answers · 3 days ago
  • Does Nikon Coolpix S3600 have front camera?

    I want take selfies around the world, so can i do it with this camera?
    I want take selfies around the world, so can i do it with this camera?
    8 answers · 3 days ago
  • I want to sell a print of my work but wary of people reproducing/scanning and selling. How can I avoid this?

    Best answer: It seems no one read your question as you are not asking about digital files. Anyway, there is not a lot you can do to prevent someone making a copy or your print. A scan of a print, however, never looks as good as the original print. One thing you can try which is something a photographer friend of mine did, but... show more
    Best answer: It seems no one read your question as you are not asking about digital files. Anyway, there is not a lot you can do to prevent someone making a copy or your print. A scan of a print, however, never looks as good as the original print.

    One thing you can try which is something a photographer friend of mine did, but I can't say how successful it was / is. He used to put a different code number, along with his signature, on any print he made, and kept records of any code numbers and the print on which they were located. He would hand write the code on the back of the print. This does not stop anyone from scanning, but it gives him proof of which prints HE produced and which could be fake. If his recorded code number is not on the rear of a print, then it is a fake that has been copied by someone else. Could be helpful if it ever came to a court case.
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • What camera Anastasia Gruzdeva is using?

    Popular girl Anastasia Gruzdeva from Instagram, her username is anastasiagav, i want to know what camera she is using so i can buy same
    Popular girl Anastasia Gruzdeva from Instagram, her username is anastasiagav, i want to know what camera she is using so i can buy same
    7 answers · 2 days ago
  • Hi I have a camera lens issue. So my Konica Minolta xi 18-70 mm lens won’t work?

    Best answer: Using a micro fiber cloth, wipe down the gold contacts on the rear of the lens and the gold pins inside the camera body. If that doesn't work, then the lens is broken and should just be thrown away as repair costs will great exceed it's used replacement value. If it is broken, then that wouldn't... show more
    Best answer: Using a micro fiber cloth, wipe down the gold contacts on the rear of the lens and the gold pins inside the camera body.
    If that doesn't work, then the lens is broken and should just be thrown away as repair costs will great exceed it's used replacement value. If it is broken, then that wouldn't surprise me at all considering how bad of a failure rate Minolta products had prior to them going bankrupt.
    6 answers · 3 days ago
  • Affordable slow motion camera?

    5 answers · 3 days ago
  • Should I buy an adapter for ef lenses or should I just buy micro four thirds lenses?

    I have a Panasonic g7 which has micro four thirds lenses. Should I buy an adapter and then buy and use ef lenses or should I forget the adapter and buy micro four thirds lenses?
    I have a Panasonic g7 which has micro four thirds lenses. Should I buy an adapter and then buy and use ef lenses or should I forget the adapter and buy micro four thirds lenses?
    10 answers · 7 days ago
  • Does anyone know this answer?

    Camera shake occurs when you are handholding at too low a shutter speed and the camera moves during the capture, therefore blurring the image. The recommended shutter speed for being able to handhold without camera shake is 1/ the camera focal length. Therefore if I zoomed out to a focal length of 200m,, my shutter... show more
    Camera shake occurs when you are handholding at too low a shutter speed and the camera moves during the capture, therefore blurring the image. The recommended shutter speed for being able to handhold without camera shake is 1/ the camera focal length. Therefore if I zoomed out to a focal length of 200m,, my shutter speed should be at least
    9 answers · 1 week ago
  • Canon EOS 40D or Nikon Coolpix P900 ?

    Which has a better photo quality? one that can be useful for photoshoots and landscape photography
    Which has a better photo quality? one that can be useful for photoshoots and landscape photography
    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • Why do camera photos look normal but phone selfies look weird?

    Hi. I know the question 'why do selfies look weird?' has been asked a million times, but hear me out! I have noticed that all photos of myself in family albums taken with proper cameras look completely normal, but selfies taken on my phone look lopsided and rather unpleasant. This got me thinking: 1. Do... show more
    Hi. I know the question 'why do selfies look weird?' has been asked a million times, but hear me out! I have noticed that all photos of myself in family albums taken with proper cameras look completely normal, but selfies taken on my phone look lopsided and rather unpleasant. This got me thinking: 1. Do selfies look strange just because the image is flipped and we're not used to seeing our face that way? (usual explanation) If this is the case then by the same logic shouldn't photos taken with proper cameras look weird also? Or am I missing something? 2. Or do selfies look strange because either the camera is poor quality, or because the photo is warped in the process of the image being flipped by the camera software?
    11 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • I'm not sure what these are, any idea?

    Best answer: Passive IR motion detector for alarm system or automatic light switching.
    Now common in public restrooms.


    There Is No Camera In It.
    Best answer: Passive IR motion detector for alarm system or automatic light switching.
    Now common in public restrooms.


    There Is No Camera In It.
    6 answers · 1 week ago
  • Where do you store photos since camera is temporary place and external hard drive can eventually screw up. For camera section.?

    Best answer: For digital storage, multiple (as in a minimum of two) external hard drives stored in different locations. A fire safe is a good place to keep one of the drives.. I used to burn DVDs, but now that I'm working with raw files, I've gone to hard drives. I don't leave my backup drives connected to the... show more
    Best answer: For digital storage, multiple (as in a minimum of two) external hard drives stored in different locations. A fire safe is a good place to keep one of the drives.. I used to burn DVDs, but now that I'm working with raw files, I've gone to hard drives.

    I don't leave my backup drives connected to the computer unless I'm backing up. My daily backup drive is left connected to the computer, but it powers down after 5 minutes if not used.
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • What s Sony s equivalent to Canon s Center Weighted Average Metering mode?

    I know Canon has four metering modes but Sony only has three and I ve been trying to figure out what the equivalent of CWV metering mode for Sony is because it doesn t seem to be multi or spot. So question is, which metering mode is it closer to or is it some hidden option? TIA!
    I know Canon has four metering modes but Sony only has three and I ve been trying to figure out what the equivalent of CWV metering mode for Sony is because it doesn t seem to be multi or spot. So question is, which metering mode is it closer to or is it some hidden option? TIA!
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago