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hey guys i’m looking for a low quality web camera that i can wear as a go pro for an art project. where should i start looking or any recommendations?

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Aliexpress dashcam
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>>4029881
PS2 eye toy
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>>4029881
denver kca-1330

Home Photography

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>>4029272
For what?
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>>4029790
Layers
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>>4029859
Layers of what
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>>4031507
Kinda self explanatory

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Let me assume, you need LESS?
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>>4030966
legally speaking i cannot answer that
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>he needs glass to take good photos
ngmi
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>>4030963
fat pink zoomer hands
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>>4031760
"elbows too pointy 0/10"
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>>4031775
titties too fat, 6/10 on /pol/, take estrogen

>2022
By now, can we not just have an insert in the shape of a roll of film for any analogue camera that mimics film? A plastic thing with a very good senser in it sitting right up close to the mirror. Or have I missed something?
Just putting that idea out there.
>pic unrelated
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>>4031486
Nice, now make it tiny
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it would have to communicate with the camera's shutter mechanism. it would also have to have a computer and storage to be useful. Hence why size is a limitation. A sensor on its own is not particularly useful.
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>>4031485
what purpose would it serve? even if you figured how to design a sensor unit that is thin enough to fit (and became a billionaire for advancing electronic engineering tech by at least a decade lol) it would just turn an analogue camera into a bad digital one, at like 80% the cost of a proper one. You can get exactly the same results, if not better just by putting vintage lenses on a modern camera.
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>>4031485
It's already been done
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>>4031485
It's impossible to do what you're suggesting because in all film cameras the film sits against the back and the camera is designed with the focal plane coinciding with the film. Any digital sensor is going to be too thick to fit in there and properly focus an image, if it would fit inside the camera at all. You'd be creating a camera that works like a human eye with hyperopia. It will never be able to focus on nearby objects without altering the lenses. To do what you suggest you have to instead build an entirely different back for the camera that accounts for the geometry (and need for processors, batteries, etc.). This has been done and it didn't really work out in a business sense.

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What's your preference; microprism, split-image, or matte area? Why?

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>>4029335
What's the point of matte focusing screens? They just look useless compared to split image and microprism.
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>>4029464
>small format detected
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>>4029335
microprism for portait and very fast need of focusing (only valid on f/8 or smaller)
for the rest split image
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>>4029335
just clean viewfinder, the same that's on DSLR's.
Still easy to focus and nice to frame.
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>>4029335
split image works best for me

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Lunar eclipse begins in 13 hours 48 minutes or so. Totality is reached in 15 hours 44 minutes or so.

That's 03:29:03 May 16 UTC for conversion needs.

I used darktable, hugin, and ffmpeg to put this together last year, and ended up with a much better version that I can't find right now using some maximum area stuff that really blew my dick off.

Regardless of all of this, go out and shoot the fucking eclipse. I've wanted to frame it in-between tree branches, get some nice cloud coverage with a close-up (long lens) going on to get that ominous feeling (especially in a time lapse form), or get a tracked shot where the eclipse fades away to a fully white moon, though I feel like that requires a much higher dynamic range from my camera or a much more asspainy exposure control.

Regardless, happy shooting this year--I'm posting this primarily because I am risking working right in the middle of the action. I might not get anything good.
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>>4030660
The moon isn't it's usual brightness, and desu based on its location in the sky I think that anon is somewhere that the eclipse happened either early morning or late evening when there was ambient sunlight (blue hour), not midnight in pitch black.
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>>4031034
Sorry to post outside the usual format:

https://files.catbox.moe/q3qxmf.mp4 Some slightly "raw" footage, edited so I could test exposures and such. No real exposure matching going on.
Much more fun edit that I plan to make a 640x480 crop out of for some demonstration purposes: https://files.catbox.moe/2v9v3s.mp4

All of the footage you see is the XT1 running with my little external intervalometer on my ball-head tripod. I told my friend, as I had to work, to just keep it in frame. I fucked up and said "ah, maybe try to move it slowly to move it back," and I then corrected myself to say she should try to disturb it as quickly as possible. I think she ended up doing something in the middle. In the middle of my shift, she called me and said she had lost the moon and needed to use the city lights to realign, which I laughed at--I've done the same thing doing other astro before.

Overall, vkdt is the champion here. This is 5800 fucking pictures and I was able to use the motherfucking UI in varying levels of detail for speed of editing on RAW MOTHERFUCKING FILES. The future is here.
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>>4031555
https://ttm.sh/b9r.RAF.cfg
49 keyframes to get the shots to MOSTLY align. I could do some cutting, but fuck that; this looks sick.
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>>4030660
>>4030674
>>4031170

The moon wasn’t that much brighter than the lighting in the foreground, which was fairly dark. I didn’t really have to adjust much in camera besides spot metering on the moon, I did run it through izatope for noise because baby sensor.

White balance did get kinda wacky when i tried to compose with the foreground… I like the look though so i left it. Here’s one where I tried to get nothing but the moon, about a 50% crop?

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>>4031555
>>4031557
Motherfucker. Turns out that nvenc is the worst way to get decent sizes out of my files. I'll be using av1 for most shit going forward--speed is decent and the size is astronomically better.
>>>/wsg/4529928

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Sup, /p/! I have a large amount of freezer-stored soviet cine-film which has KS type perforation, but Arri 435 which I'm going to use is designed for BH. Will it work with KS film?
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>>4031304
I dont understand any of what you just said. I put the camera in shutter priority during the day and I put it in aperture priority at night time. I go click and I look at the screen and I say, yeap, that's a picture.

Here's one I took the other day. Yeah a storm was blowing in alright. It was a comfy day. We bought some potato scallops and ate them under the she-oaks. Then I went home and make a cup of coffee and finished off the last scallop. Yeap. That was a good day.

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>>4031304
no, but most likely a specialized rental house can set it up for you, they usually have the tools and parts
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>>4031304
KS/BH conversion (both ways) are pretty common conversions and a serious rental house will be able to do it for you. It wont work properly without having conversion.
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>>4031304
I’m not a cinefag but if the perforations of KS film are larger than the sprockets on your Arri, it might fit when tensioned up.

But I’d listen to what >>4031488 said as a jam-up could ruin an entire reel or potentially your camera.
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>>4031313
>>4031488
Aight, gotcha

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Do zoomer photogs know who the Bechers were? Bresson? Martin Parr?
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>>4031069
It is a crass attempt to sound superior at something he doesn't do
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>>4031067
Yes, Bresson is my favourite next to Winogrand, but I don't really care what others like.

>>4031069
Like every one else is saying, you won't improve further unless if you develop a sense of visual literacy and that is can only be achieved by looking at other people's work.
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>>4031069
>all the seething this post created
Yep its American hours. They literally can't fathom thinking for yourself.
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>>4031069
>>4031119
Rent free
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>>4031119
I’m not American, that was just a really retarded post by any standards.

My sister's wedding is in a few months, they paid for a professional photographer for the ceremony but also wanted some pictures during the (indoors) afterparty that evening.

I use an M50 but it is pretty terrible in low light, I was thinking of picking up an older Nikon DSLR since those seem to have better performance in the dark, and a D610 can be had for under $500.

Any gear suggestions?
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>>4031428
Iv always told people “I’d rather be a quest than free labor” and almost all of them have apologized (friends were dicks for asking as well) once they heard it worded that. Short and simple.
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>>4031428
I turned down being the 'wedding photographer' per se and they're hiring the same guy that did all of my six siblings graduation photos, I was only asked to do some separate candid photos of people enjoying the party.

Maybe they'll try to change that, but to some degree I wanted to practice portraits anyway and I'll have a lot of people in various degrees of intoxication to play with, potentially
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>>4031462
RIP your love for photography. Dont get caught in the works for free loop
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>>4031462
Dont let them tell people it was for free and dont tell others yourself or it will always be expected
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>>4031428
>Fine, that will be $3000, please.

To anyone who buys a Leica:
How are you okay with being scammed out of $10,000?
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>>4030857
Sorry, not going to spend +10 minutes watching videos of something I don't really care about. Thought it was a simple question I asked, but I guess not.
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>>4028616
Ask my how I know you're a metal gear larper
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>>4030861
Blocked.
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Q2 with 50mm fixed lens will be ideal
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>>4030181

by not shopping on eBay or any of the other hipster magnet sites.

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hey, some of my street photos here in Brazil, more specifically in the south region (porto alegre) a giant and very rich city, however, with several and several scenes like these around. (don't mind my Google translator English).
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>>4031005
Ah, Rua dos Andradas... I used to sit in this exact bar and place. Nice pictures, anon.
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>>4031376
lol
sorry about that i was somewhat disgusted by the pics
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>>4031403
lol
once i used to frequent that area as well
must have some pics of those corners somewhere
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a lot of Brazilians lurking /p/ I see
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>>4031452
br are a lot of ppl

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What are the most Chad cameras?
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>>4030498
guess im a boomer then
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>>4030323
Any DSLR.
>>4030392
based
>>4030408
based
>>4030455
based
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Anything that says Nikon in it
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Olympus SLR (big man with a small camera look silly and fun)
Nikon D40
Pinhole camera
Afghan boxes
Big FF Canon & Nikon (only appliable if you're an old photographer)
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>>4030415
painfully accurate explanation

post movies about photography
picrel is from 1998 and is about an editor at a photo magazine who gets involved with a photographer who has dropped out of commercial work and was based on Nan Goldin

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>>4004284
c-
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>>4028033
based. Antonioni a shit
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>>4016308
Underrated

One of my favourite horror films, the ending was fucking brilliant too
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>>4029396
and the middle segment
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>>4004349
Watched this last night. Holy shit I'd swear off women and live in the mountains with a couple of dogs if I was the main guy in the movie.

Looking at buying this camera, but it's fully manual.
I'm not used to shooting in full manual without being able to see exactly how the exposure will turn out on my camera screen.
How can I quickly the rules of shooting manual on film in order to avoid ruining entire rolls of expensive film?
Or does Fuji make any medium format cameras that have auto exposure with prices that haven't skyrocketed due to zoomer popularity?

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>>4030279
Bought this light meter so I can just keep it on top my camera and it can read the right exposure for me constantly. I'm gonna be very slow with this camera so I'll probably never have to quickly know the exposure of a scene to get a quick shot but it gives me the convenience of not having to whip out my phone or a handheld lightmeter every time.
>>4030289
Yeah look I'm not spending $4,000-7,000 on a film camera. Plus I already bought the GW690II.

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Light meters are retarded, you've got an electronic viewfinder that can give you perfect settings and an exposure preview in your pocket already.
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>>4030574
I've never seen a light meter like this before, looks really interesting. Right now I have two cameras, both of them have a built-in light meter so I don'r really need it though
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>>4028257
Anon you're a literal shitter, go practice on a holga first
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The GW690 arrived today and I shot my first roll of medium-format film with Portra 800.
It absolutely mogs my A-1 but it's still comfortable to hold and carry around.
It was far easier to use than I had anticipated and hopefully my first roll will come back properly exposed assuming my phone gave me the correct information.
Only worry is that it was getting dark early and I found myself shooting at f/3.5 and f/4 even outdoors so I'm hoping I didn't butcher the focusing which is probably the hardest part of using this camera.
My next roll will be Kodak Gold 200, and the day I'm going out to shoot is supposed to be really sunny so hopefully I can stay above f/8

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Micro 4/3 or fullframe? What's your poison?
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>>4031288
No, theyre tiny cameras. I have tried out the new em5mkiii and it was so small I felt like i was gonna drop it and I shoot compact cameras. Its not the size thats the problem, its the fact that it's like a full size camera shrunk down. A compact is easier to get a handle on so it actually feels more substantial. Also the mk3 felt like plastic dogshit. It was the worst plasticy trash I have ever felt in my hands and it was rattling and making all this noise. Liek a fucking fisher price toy or some shit. Dont believe me, go try one out in a store and youll see. Its a horrible camera. The em1 is much better though

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>>4031256
>I don't know why you went for such an expensive standard lens so I changed it

Yes, you've already established that you don't give a shit about lenses and only care about sensor size. I chose the 20mm because I had so much wiggle room in price compared to the A7C kit and picked a high-quality pro prime because I had the money to.

How sharp are your shit plastic lenses wide open? Are they weather sealed? How contrasty are they? Microcontrast? What about focus breathing, barrel distortion, vignetting? Color rendition? Have you ever owned a quality lens in your life?

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>>4031298
I dont even own an interchangeable lens camera. Now that we're bump limit I will say it was fun memeing with you fren. See you next thread.
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>>4031300
>I dont even own an interchangeable lens camera
Same. I only have my RX10M4 which blow the crap out of m43 cameras.
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>>4016410
I feel most digital cameras produce ugly noise
where as film grain is almost a crutch for propping up otherwise boring photos




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