I just purchased the camera today.How could I get a wide angle look out of the camera. Standing about 2 feet away I am only able to barely see all my face. My son has a webcam and at the same distance I could see up to both shoulders. Please advise if us anything I could do to get a wider look of me with this camera. My e-mail is : [email protected] Thank you, Carlos Corona del Cid
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That's the design of the projector -- some are designed to be "narrow", such as the projector in the back of a movie theatre, and some are designed to be "wide", like a teacher standing at the front of a small classroom, placing the projector a few feet away from the projection-screen.
Buy a different projector that suits the dimensions of your room.
Yes, you should be able to use them. Be aware, moving to digital there is a 1.6 crop factor. The means your 100 mm lens will have the field of view (FOV) of a 160 mm. No, it does not mean it is a 160 mm it is the fFOV is the same as a 160 mm. Also, at the other end is were you will most want to purchase a wide angle lens.
Example: your 28 mm film lens now has the FOV of 44.8, not wide angle. As you can see wide angle is where the move to digital crop sensor cameras lose out. To get back to wide angel you would need a 17 mm lens, that would give you 27.2 mm FOV.
To figure FOV take the lens multiply it by the crop factor. On a Canon it is 1.6, on a Nikon it is 1.5, the 4/3 sensor is 2.0.
Yes. You won't have the same macro focussing ability at all focal lengths.
But usually the important thing is that it's not how close the camera can focus, but how large the image is, so you'll often find that a longer focal length (i.e. not wide angle) will produce a larger image of the object even though the camera has to further away to achieve focus. This also results in less distortion as extreme close-ups in wide angle produce extreme perspective distortion. It's why a wide angle close up of a face results in an exaggerated nose and mouth.
If your flash has worked properly in the past, the camera may need to be serviced. If your subject is within 6 - 8 feet and is not being properly illuminated, something needs to be adjusted or replaced.
By specification, your flash will only adequately illuminate subjects out to 14 feet (wide angle) or 10 feet (telephoto). If you're trying to shoot subjects further away than that, the flash is not bright enough.
It may be that your subject is too far away. The range of your internal flash is 12 feet if you have the ISO set for Auto, or 23 feet if the ISO is set for to 1000. You may get
acceptableresults with the ISO set to 1000 without the flash, but you should put the camera on a tripod (the shutter speed could be as low as 1/8 of a second) and use set the zoom for wide angle (the lens lets in almost 8 times the light as it does in maximum telephoto.)
There are lenses available to add with an adapter ring. I have the wide angle lens (which I LOVE) and a 2x telephoto lens. The wide angle lens allows me to macro from several feet away. It is an amazing lens. The telephoto lens is something you really need to use with a tripod. But yes, there are lenses you can add to your camera.
Hey Osfan, I will start by saying concert photographs are some of the hardest images to capture successfully. The first thing you probably should do is set the iso to the highest setting possible which on this camera is iso 800. Since it sounds like you want to stop the action I would have the camera set to shutter priority mode or manual mode so you can control the shutter speed yourself. I would have the flash on at all times, and with this camera at iso 800 the flash should cover subjects 27.9 feet away at the wide-angle setting to 18.7 feet away at the most telephoto setting. I hope my suggestions help! Sincerely, Allan Go Ahead. Use Us.
Dropping a camera is no laughing matter. I assume you have severely damaged the wide angle lens, and the only solution I have it to purchase another one. Certainly if the front element fell out that is serious and there are probably other things wrong with the lens, and continued use of it could damage the camera body. Just be more careful and chock it up to experience and buy a new lens. Sorry to hear about your accident. Good luck.
DOP decreases with longer focal lengths. This means you would want to stand further away from your subject and zoom in, instead of standing close and taking a wide angle shot. The macro mode is still a good idea, though.