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  1. vibhash bhardwaj

    can you please explain how to blurr background from digital camera like nikon b700..

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  2. Liza McGuinness

    my 8 year old boy and I are watching your videos to learn photography with his new camera! Thank you for the videos

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  3. Günter Vitting

    thank you for this inspiring Video!i got a Coolpix L31 pocket shooter , great to have always a camera around , i found already nice Scenes down town but also nice landscapes regards from GermanyGünter

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  4. marthe pier siquijor

    thanks for sharing this video i mean uploading matt my name is matt tooooo

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  5. Gurpreet Singh

    Can i shoot in raw format with my point and shoot camera..? sony DSC w830 to be specific…

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  6. Pranay Kinjawadekar

    Hi,
    First at all thanks for the information. I have a question, Can I use or synchronise my point and shoot camera (Canon SX160IS) with external flash? If yes, please suggest me a good flash.

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  7. Hari Krishnan

    Can we get the same kind of video we get in a dslr after editing the video?

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  8. tarstarkusz

    Can you recommend a really good camera that is pretty old (in computer terms, like 2004 or so)? I just picked up an OK camera 5MP for $3 at a thrift store. It was a decent P&S at the time, but I was frustrated to find out it doesn't allow you to shoot uncompressed pictures (it's a Cannon PS A95, yeah, I know it's not great, but it does have a glass lens and a decent quality CCD and is MUCH better than a cheap P&S you can get today for < $50. So long as it is at least 4 or 5 MP, I really am not worried about MP, I want a decent lens and a high quality CCD and SD or CF slot. Also, something that has a very fast response time would be good. I don't like the full second between pushing the button and the picture, I'd like a response time in the milliseconds. I want to go old just to save money and I would rather buy something that was very good at the time, vs a cheap modern camera. Electronics loose their value no matter what very quickly.

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  9. zuheyr alsalihi

    Thank you very much. Very useful hints. I would appreciate some video hints as well though. Particularly fps, aperture etc settings. 

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  10. Mr Chin

    sometimes using the pop up flash actually makes the picture darker and flat because the camera goes for a higher shutter speed cause it thinks that the light from the flash would be very bright. it just happens sometimes… i could be wrong though

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