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Picture flares bright sky makes my picture flare all white

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SOURCE: I have freestanding Series 8 dishwasher. Lately during the filling cycle water hammer is occurring. How can this be resolved

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SOURCE: One of the pictures has a great blue sky but the green tree is very dark and the other one has the green tree and very bright sky?

That is a very difficult situation but if you meter more toward the edge of the light and dark area you can get them both right. You can fix an underexposed shot but not one that the highlites are blown. I use spot meter to achieve that ..but here is the dark photo adjusted.

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I am planning to buy brake flaring tool and need your advice

There are many cheap $20-$30 flaring tools available. If you need a tool for occasional use, you will make usable flares with the cheap set. The flares often will not be consistent, and sometimes you will redo the connections - best brake flaring tool

Jun 15, 2018 | Cars & Trucks

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Nighttime photos have white haze (like a light reflections and not focused

If you have a scratch on the front lens of your camera, this could cause this. Bad light conditions, won't help a camera to autofocus.

But every light that can enter the front lens from a certain angle, can cause flares. Called lens flares. On DSLRs you often see a lens hood that comes with the lens. It is wrong to think you only need them in bright sun light, and put them the wrong way around on your lens. Every light source can cause a flair. So even shooting in the dark, close to a light source a lens hood can help to avoid flares. If you don't have a lens hood, screen the light with your hand.
On Wikipedia, you can read more about lens flares.
I won't tell what brand and what model, but a expensive system camera got white orbs in the picture when shooting in certain (dark) light conditions. So don't think it is only your camera.

Dec 04, 2013 | Galaxy Cameras

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White lines on image however when capturing on dark areas and on video mode, it produce a perfect image

Not clear when you have white lines. While looking on the screen or really on a image.
Lots of camera's produce lines on the LCD, when using the LCD to frame the picture. Special when there are small and sharp lights in the image. But the sensor is not capturing that while making the picture. It is a sort of smear on the screen.
Also, when you try to make a picture in bright lights, you can get flares, but those you can see on the screen and in the picture. To fight flares, most camera's and lenses come with sun hoods. Your camera does not have a hood, so try to avoid shining bright lights on the front of the lens.

Nov 05, 2013 | GE 14MP Digital Camera with 5X Optical...

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2003 santa fe-awd-how to install steel brake line

First, you have to make a new line. The steel brake lines are not available for ANY vehicle. The parts store will have sections of brake line that they can sell you. You should remove the old line and take it with yu so you can be sure and get the correct lenght and diameter.

You will then need either a "Bubble" flaring tool or a "Double" flaring tool depending on which type of flare your vehicle uses. You must look at the end of the original line to determine which it is. The steel brake line that you buy from the parts store will have double flares on both ends. To get the correct length howerver, you will most likely have to purchace a tube that is too long or your vehicle then cut one end off. You will then have to flare the end you cut.

NOTE: if your vehicle is equipped with metric bubble flares, there are also adapters that can be purchased that will screw into the bubble flare on your vehicle and adapt the fitting so that a standard double flare can be used on the tubing.

I recommend replacing the entire brake line from fitting to fitting. This can be very difficult to do, but it can be done. You may have to purchase a "roll" of bulk tubing to get a piece long enough to do this.
Some people do not want to go through all of this trouble, so they find a spot in the line that is in fairly good condition and cut the line. If you opt for this method, then you must now make a flare in the end of the line that you just cut off so the pieces can be "spliced" together.

When joining two pieces of line together, it is imperative that you use a flare union, NOT a compression fitting union. Brake lines must hold an extreme pressure (1100 - 1500 Psi.) using compression fittings is NOT SAFE.

Other than that, all I can tell you about HOW to change the line, is that you may have to disassemble several brackets and holders to get the old line out and the new line in depending on which line you are replacing and where it is routed.

Also see this video on YouTube that shows how to make a double flare: Double Flare Video

Aug 28, 2011 | Hyundai Santa Fe Cars & Trucks

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In certain lighting situations there are spots on the photos. Is there a way to clean the lens to remove these? I think its dirt on the interior lens

No not dirt, what it's called is lens flare. Lens flare is where a sharp/bright point of light enters the lens on an angle and causes the light to refract through the lens elements. This is hard to see happening on a pocket point and shooter and equally hard to prevent. What can be done is you hold your hand above or to the side of the camera out of it's field of view to cast a shadow on the lens and the flare won't happen. However sometimes you get your hand in the pictures. Even on my pro cameras and lens combination this happens even with the use of a lens hood. The good part of this is I can see it happening through the viewfinder. The only other thing I can suggest is to change either the angle of the camera or recompose the scene or subject to the point of light is not causing this flare.

Dec 28, 2010 | Pentax Optio W10 Digital Camera

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Broken brake line in drivers side rear 1997 ford f350 cargo van

You can fix this but you need some specical tools You need a tubeing cutter and a flaring tool you can buy sections of brake line im not suppose to name stores but it begins with an N and ends with an A cut the line back to a point where its sound its easyer if you can remove the other end at a fitting then you;ll olny have to make one flare under the vehicle the flareing tool is about 30 dollars and the tubeing cutter is around 5 -10 dollars thr line is cheap You need to flare the old line to make it work with the new fitting you can;t use compression fittngs there not legal and won;t work if you have a problem getting the fitting end of at the rear wheel try hitting it with a propane torch for a few seconds not to long don;t start a fire or melt your rear wheel cylinder The instructions for the flareing come with the tool don;t try to dubble flare its not nessary but this will be a perminate fix and all you have to do is bleed the rear drivers side wheel cyinder good luck

Nov 07, 2010 | 1997 Ford Econoline

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Are all the flare nuts "double flare" onthe brake lines-must replace them all because of rust---- any bubble flares

sorry only double flared and fittings are allowed on brake lines, not only for security but also by law, a flaring tool is not that expensive and neither are brake lines, what costs the most is the labor time to make and install lines

Sep 18, 2010 | 2000 GMC Sierra

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Crack in 1996 cherokee fuel line from gas tank. how do you replace it

find out what size the fuel line is then purchase two union fittings for that size, aquire a tubing flare tool in order to flare the ends of the 1 ft. length of tubing you will need to buy for the repair,cut out the damaged length with a tubing cutter making sure you have a clean oil drain pan handy because the gas may continue to flow from tank after the breach of the line,make sure there is an almost empty tank before attempting this job if possible, then take the nut and slide it over the cars cut fuel line that is to be repaired then choose the appropriate hole size on the flaring tool clamp it over the fuel line with about an 1/8 of an inch sticking out, then apply the flare making certain the nut is slid over the fuel line before flaring and it is facing the correct direction, after flaring remove the flaring tool and repeat as neccessary on the replacement section of tubing and on the other side of the fuel line to be repaired tighten up unions with two line wrenches at the same time and check for leaks.

Jul 10, 2009 | 1988 Jeep Cherokee

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Pink discoloration and vertical lines in light areas

Possibly a form of flare caused by including the light source in the image.

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Do I need to have my camera cleaned?

Could it be dirt on the sensor or lens flare

Jun 06, 2008 | Canon Rebel XT / EOS 350D Digital Camera

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