DIGITAL SLR CAMERA COMPARISONS : CR2 CAMERA BATTERIES
Digital Slr Camera Comparisons
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No Ed... It Ain't The GRD
I try to keep my photography gears mini
- Digital SLR for when I need the power and controls.
- Film compact for the occasional fun and for something different.
- Digital compact for the everyday snapshots.
So far my so-called everyday "compact" has been my K800i mobile phone. It can take some great shots but I'm increasingly frustrated with its (none) speed. I did a test, from sliding the cover open
to a picture saved and shown takes about 10 seconds or more! Also, despite all the technological advancement the image quality is worse than my 7-year-old almost dead compact which has less megapixels. A cellphone just cannot beat a proper camera, so it's time to look for a better everyday alternative.
I've always been a fan of the Fujifilm F30, I think it's such a cool camera because first of all, it sticks by a lowly 6 megapixels, and secondly, no girls I know will give this camera a second look haha! F31fd is the new model, and they are having a promotion now so I decided to grab it.
F31fd is in fact a very simple point and shoot camera, nothing much to shout about - there is no wide angle, no image stabilization, no RAW support, nothing...
Except... Underneath this unassuming blocky body lies a clever design: big ass sensor + lowly 6MP + clever image processing = absolute image quality! Specifically, image quality in low light. I did some comparison shots with an IXUS and a 350D and I'm honestly amazed at the results. Great little P&S!
Oh Ed, the GRX-D II will have to wait :)
Digital "Infrared" test
This is more of a technical/experimental post, and I'd like to get viewers' opinions of the resultant image quality and technique.
I've seen more and more people experimenting with digital
infrared (IR) photography, so I've be curious to try it myself. Looking at the Digital Infrared group here on flickr, one person mentioned using a long exposure with an IR filter on an unmodified digital SLR. I knew my XTi had an IR blocker over the sensor, so I wasn't sure how this would turn out. I was pleasantly surprised to see the results be close to what seems to be near-IR photography, perhaps not true IR. Especially after running the RAW shot thru Photoshop with an IR b&w layer, it looks similar to what I've seen film IR shots look like.
Your thoughts? What are some of the ways these shots differ from IR or near-IR shots done on IR film or modified/IR-sensitive digital cameras?
Photos, top to bottom, left to right:
* color RAW "infrared" exposure
* b&w (with red "filter") in-camera JPG of the RAW shot
* RAW shot with Photoshop infrared b&w layer, red channel at -20 instead of -40Technical information
* Canon Digital Rebel XTi/400D (unmodified)
* Canon EF 28mm/2.8 lens
* Opteka Infrared filter (I think it corresponds to an R72 filter)
* late afternoon (approx 5:30pm) light in late Summer
* manual exposure: 30s at f/4, ISO 100
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