Question about Fuji FinePix S3 Pro Digital Camera
Shouldn't that be relatively easy to do with the S3 CCD? Since it already has lowlight sensitivity sites, by reversing the "combining curve" of the software (i.e. make the low sensitivity sites the prime sites and the high sensitivity the less incorporated sites) it would seem like that should be possible. It certainly should be doable if shot in raw with the software afterward, but while taking the picture you would need some special setting I would guess to let the system know it is okay to use a large aperture in this light. Not having an S3 (or S2 even - stuck with my S1!!) would it be possible to set one of the user controlled setings for that and then tweak things in raw processing?
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Since the S3 doesn't support FP flash,(???) do you guys/gals find yourself using ND filters for bright sunlight?
Posted on Sep 04, 2005
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