Camera details

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Offline Wizard of Oz

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Camera details

  • on: December 27, 2009, 04:54:21 PM
This are the camera details from the "last" picture of Mj i alleady posted this in another thread but maby it worth its own investigation...

Is it possible with this camera to make such a "good" picture thru a blinded window in a split second
i have no knoledge about foto camera's

here are the details

Camera: Nikon D200
Lens: 24 mm
(Max aperture f/3.5)
Exposure: Auto exposure, Shutter priority AE, 1/250 sec, f/4.5, ISO 400
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Re: Camera details

  • on: January 01, 2010, 12:45:58 PM
Good support for the investigators.
I think the investigators know it...you can see the photo details in Windows 7 Picture gallery (or whatever it is named) and Epson photo viewer--these are from my small knowledge--I often use these to see the photo details (downloaded from web)--but,if any one phoshops them--the camera details are lost.
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Re: Camera details

  • on: January 01, 2010, 05:00:58 PM
Quote from: "wellwisherdoctor"
Good support for the investigators.
I think the investigators know it...you can see the photo details in Windows 7 Picture gallery (or whatever it is named) and Epson photo viewer--these are from my small knowledge--I often use these to see the photo details (downloaded from web)--but,if any one phoshops them--the camera details are lost.

i've been to 3 photocamera shops in my home town and ask them if i have a camera withe those specs is it possible to make a picture thru a blinded window

1 ste.  Yes but with a good lens
2 e.     with a good lens and photoshop
3 e      almost inpossible

so still know nothing
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Re: Camera details

  • on: January 01, 2010, 05:34:34 PM
I don't post very much here now as my attentions are based on another forum, but I thought I'd give a helping hand on this case.  :)

Sometimes on the odd occasion I like to post on Yahoo! Answers, so I took the opportunity to open up this question on the site. I've gotten a few answers (mainly people telling me to try it out myself  :lol: ), but the best so far comes from a user called fhotoace.

If the camera is in auto exposure, it will choose the correct exposure settings when you take the shot. For it to auto-focus through the blinded window it may focus on the blind instead of the subject.

I don't understand why this situation is effecting you so much. Do you actually have such an image, shot in that way? If you do, it is easy enough to look at the EXIF data on the file and see what the settings actually were a the time the photo was taken

Free program that will read the EXIF data

http://www.opanda.com/en/iexif/index.html


http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index ... 042AA4nyNM

I hope I helped a tiny bit.
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Re: Camera details

  • on: January 01, 2010, 05:58:39 PM
this camera information is taken from the exif data from the ambulance picture
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