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Canon users EXPOSED and cucked

No.3404362 ViewReplyOriginalReport
>1500 photographers
>fanbois thought canon, fuji or nikon had the best color science
>blind poll
>sony actually rekt everyone
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Show me your gear collection /p/.

No.3390510 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
Digital, film, modern, antique, instant, P&S.
All are welcome.
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No.3403128 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
Name a more aesthetic camera
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Instagram feedback

No.3399575 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Let's help each other
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No.3404330 ViewReplyOriginalReport
ITT: No-nonsense cameras.
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What is the best book of space images

No.3404441 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Hi, I am looking for a great book of space images. Do you have some tips for wich book to choose ? I already spotted few ones like Cosmos by Giles Sparrow or Expending Univers by Tashen Edition. Do you know others one ?

ETTR - Exposing to the right

No.3400048 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
Does this thing still do anything on modern sensors, or is dynamic range good enough that it has no effect anymore?
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/vid/ - Video General

No.3389150 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
Let’s all buy shitty cameras edition!
>STICKY - https://pastebin.com/vbJV0Wia
>Helpful guide and additional books - https://pastebin.com/kG0gRmTZ

Here we discuss techniques, gear and anything else related to capturing video footage. Please don't pretend to be an expert if you don't know what you're talking about. Kindly leave your ego at the door.
Posting short films/scripts or other work you've done is encouraged.
We tend to use and recommend DSLRs/mirrorless cameras because they provide phenomenal picture quality for their price, have large sensors (ie the same size used in high-end cinema cameras and higher) and have interchangeable lenses.
In contrast, consumer camcorders normally have much smaller sensors and a fixed lens.

>NO ONE CARES WHAT AN EXPERT YOU THINK YOU ARE. IF YOU’RE ASKING BASIC-AS-SHIT QUESTIONS, YOU CAN’T BE ALL THAT GREAT. SEE ABOVE

Previous thread >>3376053
Do you have a “backup” plan?

FAQS
>what’s the best camera available on a “budget”?
The new blackmagic pocket cinema camera 4k, by a considerable margin
>>what’s a good beginner video camera?
Buy a used canon 700d
>Can I use a zoom lens for video?
Yes
>Do I need cine lenses?
No
>Where can I find a good 4k lens?
Anywhere. Your stills have a much higher resolution than 4k. 4k lenses are a meme
>Do I need 4k?
No. It will make your footage look sharper if it’s in focus, and it gives you breathing room in post. But 1080p is still absolutely fine
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No.3402508 ViewReplyOriginalReport
lets see some skateboarding photography
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Depth of Field Question

No.3404247 ViewReplyOriginalReport
So focus distance affects depth of field. Closer focus -> shallower DoF; farther focus -> wider DoF.

For the sake of this question, let's say DoF is how close and how far a certain size of text is readable. Say at some given aperture and with the focus distance/focal plane at 12 inches, text is readable from 9 inches in front of the camera to 15. So, the DoF goes from 75% of focusing distance to 125%.

And if you pull the focus in closer (7 inches for example) the closest readable text and farthest readable text will be closer together (since the DoF will be shallower).

My question is, does that relative size of the DoF change as you change focus, or does DoF stay the same relative to the focusing distance? In other words, does that "text is readable from 75% to 125% of focal plane" apply at all focusing distances, or does it go down to (for example) 90%/110% at close focus distances and increase to 60%/150% at longer focus distances?
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