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  • Nikon | Imaging Products | Specifications - Nikon D70
    1 8 in 130 000 dot low temp polysilicon TFT LCD with brightness adjustment Exposure metering 3D Color Matrix Center Weighted and Spot Exposure control Digital Vari Program Auto Portrait Landscape Close up Sports Night landscape Night portrait Programmed Auto Flexible Program possible P Shutter Priority Auto S Aperture Priority Auto A and Manual M Interface USB Mass Storage and PTP selectable Power requirements Rechargeable Li ion Battery EN EL3

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  • Nikon | Imaging Products | Specifications - Nikon D50
    available LCD monitor 2 0 in 130 000 dot low temp polysilicon TFT LCD with brightness adjustment Exposure metering TTL full aperture exposure metering system 3D Color Matrix Metering II Center Weighted and Spot Exposure control Digital Vari Program Auto Portrait Landscape Child Sports Close up Night portrait Programmed Auto with flexible program P Shutter Priority Auto S Aperture Priority Auto A and Manual M Interface USB 2 0 Hi

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  • Nikon | Imaging Products | Specifications - Nikon D40x
    230 000 dot low temp polysilicon TFT LCD with brightness adjustment Exposure metering 3D Color Matrix Metering II Center Weighted and Spot Metering Exposure modes Digital Vari program Auto Auto Flash Off Portrait Landscape Child Sports Close Up Night Portrait Programmed Auto P with flexible program Shutter Priority Auto S Aperture Priority Auto A Manual M Interface High speed USB Mass Storage and MTP PTP selectable Power source Rechargeable Li

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  • Nikon | Imaging Products | Specifications - Nikon D40
    000 dot low temp polysilicon TFT LCD with brightness adjustment Exposure metering 3D Color Matrix Metering II Center weighted and Spot Metering Exposure modes Digital Vari program Auto Auto Flash Off Portrait Landscape Child Sports Close Up Night Portrait Programmed Auto P with flexible program Shutter Priority Auto S Aperture Priority Auto A Manual M Interface USB 2 0 High speed Mass Storage and PTP selectable Power source Rechargeable Li

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  • Nikon D810A – トップ
    EN JP トップ D810A 天体撮影テクニック 天体写真の仕上げ ギャラリー 一般撮影におけるD810Aの色再現 EN JP シューティングガイド 独自の機能で天体撮影の新境地を拓く Scroll Contents D810A 天体撮影テクニック 天体写真の仕上げ ギャラリー 一般撮影における D810Aの色再現 Term of Use 2015 Nikon Corporation

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  • Nikon D810A - Tips
    red H alpha wavelengths It also includes a number of unique features optimized for the genre as well as those inherited from its sister body the D810 Explore these astrophotography tips using the D810A s custom features The D810A is a versatile astrophotography camera that captures clear images of nebulae that emit red H alpha wavelengths It also includes a number of unique features optimized for the genre as well as those inherited from its sister body the D810 The following tips will be helpful for your smoother shooting Focusing 01 Achieve precise focusing with 23x zoom live view Star field nebulae Composition 02 Adjust focusing and framing with the preview function Star field nebulae 03 Quickly check the camera is level with the virtual horizon Star landscape Exposure Time and Aperture 04 Shoot multiple frames efficiently for compositing while avoiding camera shake Star field nebulae 05 Reproduce smooth light trails in lighten composite photography Star landscape 06 Perform long time exposure of up to 10 minutes without a remote cord Star landscape Shooting 07 Capture the moon s surface sharply using the electronic front curtain shutter Moon surface Post shooting Image Processing 08 The FX format image sensor provides

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  • Nikon D810A - Finishing
    from the image frame results in reduced fixed pattern noise Original image Dark frame After dark frame correction Images captured with a cooled CCD camera are used to illustrate the effect of dark frame subtraction clearly Flat field Correction In daylight photography for subjects such as landscapes shooting at open aperture often results in peripheral light fall off especially at the corners of the frame This effect is noticeable when a fast lens is used at open aperture and can be reduced to a certain extent by stopping down In astrophotography photographic lenses are normally used at the full aperture as the light from galaxies and nebulae is so faint and telescope systems cannot be stopped down because they are not usually equipped with an aperture mechanism Some lenses or telescopes do not exhibit apparent peripheral light fall off but in most other cases flat field correction is performed to compensate for this effect in post processing using a PC Also referred to as peripheral darkening in astrophotography To perform flat field correction use a flat frame image that contains information on light fall off in the peripheral area which can be prepared utilizing the following workflow How to create a flat frame image 1 Preparing images for a flat frame Position the same optical system that you will use for the actual shooting toward the sky at twilight placing a piece of tracing paper or milky acrylic plate in front of the lens or hood to allow uniformly diffused light to enter the lens Take several shots with the same settings focus shutter speed aperture and ISO sensitivity as the actual shooting Note An exposure time of more than a few seconds is recommended as underexposed images do not help achieve high precision in flat field correction Adjust the exposure time while referring to the brightness of the screen so that the peak of the histogram in exposure preview is displayed near the left edge 2 Preparing images for dark frame subtraction of flat frames Take several images with the same optical equipment and settings used in step 1 Refer to Dark frame Subtraction 3 Creating dark frames for dark frame subtraction of flat frames Composite the dark images prepared in step 2 to create dark frames for dark frame subtraction of flat frames Refer to Compositing 4 Perform dark frame subtraction for the original images of flat frame images To reduce noise in flat frame images perform dark frame subtraction for each of the original images of the flat frame images using the dark frame images created in step 3 5 Composite original images of flat frame images To increase the signal to noise ratio in flat frame images composite the original images of flat frame images to create flat frame images for flat field correction Refer to Compositing Flat frame images contain the equivalent information on peripheral light fall off to that of images taken in the actual shooting By utilizing the flat frame image information flat

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  • Nikon D810A – Gallery
    Nebulae Constellations Eta Carina Nebula Telescope focal length Cassegrain 32 f 7 5600 mm Filter N A Equatorial mount 32 Fork Mount Image quality 14 bit RAW NEF Exposure M Sensitivity ISO 400 ISO 800 Exposure time per image and number of composites f 7 300 s x 5 images 300 s x 3 images Johannes Schedler Location CTIO observatory Chile Nebulae Constellations Thor s Helmet NGC 2359 Telescope focal length Cassegrain 32 f 7 5600 mm Filter N A Equatorial mount 32 Fork Mount Image quality 14 bit RAW NEF Exposure M Sensitivity ISO 800 Exposure time per image and number of composites f 7 300 s x 22 images Johannes Schedler Location CTIO observatory Chile Nebulae Constellations Eta Carina Nebula NGC3372 Telescope focal length Takahashi FSQ85 f 5 3 450 mm Filter N A Equatorial mount Piggyback 32 Image quality 14 bit RAW NEF Exposure M Sensitivity ISO 100 ISO 800 Exposure time per image and number of composites f 5 3 300 s x 3 images 8 images Johannes Schedler Location CTIO observatory Chile Nebulae Constellations Rosette Nebula Cone Nebula Lens AF S NIKKOR 200mm f 2G ED VR II Filter N A Equatorial mount Piggyback 32

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