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SHUTTER SPEED: Master it to get the SHARPEST, CLEANEST Pictures

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  1. I like the way you explain everything!!! I have 2 questions: the first one, what would be a good 50 mm lens. for my Canon 70D which is an APS-C 📷 and my last question is: What you think about the Nikon D750 which is a Full frame camera… It is good for video? Thank you in advance.

  2. Correct me if I am wrong… some cameras in auto mode capture movement pretty well. For example, I had an Olympus that I used to shoot photos of Sugar Ray Leonard while he was punching a speed bag at a training session. I had the camera on auto and when I processed the images I had a beautiful action shot with the bag moving in slow motion leaving a trail and his face and body in perfect focus. Wondering if you can comment on this. Do many digital cameras do this automatically? Thanks, Mark 👍

  3. Hi Tony,
    I am a senior citizen and a beginner and for the last 5-6 years and I am using point & shoot cameras for uploding my photos to Facebook but i am not comfortable with the quality and sharpness of my photos. Hence I decided to come out of Auto mode to get the desired results. Recently I got Lumix G7 + 100-400 zoom lens. Can I get tac sharp photos with this gear? Pl. advise which mode should I go for. I am basically doing nature and wildlife [ birds ] photography. I would be happy to get your valuable expert advise.

  4. i love leaf-shutters , i love global/syncron (instead of array wise) electronical shutters

    the processing sometimes can be a little more difficult too
    255*255*255 (8*8*8 bits) = 16581375 or 16 million possible colors
    those should get combined in a RGB modell but that sometimes isnt done well
    a other step to solve this problem is not to use a RGB modell instead the bit possiblitys are used
    that makes 5 million possible red green and blue tones

    its a question of size

    the other classical storerage of 32 bits more 4 billion possible colors
    10 bits would be 1024*1024*1024 = 1 billion possible colors

    they just have to fix the problems with the sensors there are some different modells just to name some methods:
    (CMOSIS, CCD,fronst side (fsi cmos), backside illuminated (bsi cmos), 3d stacked (bsi cmos))

    if that is not possible it can be solved with more wires and a greater transfer bus

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