Wil I be able to split left and right aduio if l buy the Y-adapter and plug both microphones directly to camera?
Do they need to be separate audio files?
I have Nikon dslr 5500. I’m looking for another lease to use. I like to take photos of my niece and nephews and son, as well as some travel photos like landscapes
It's a brand new sd card and i have some pictures and videos on it that i am trying to get on my computer. and it's not reading it yet reading my other SD cards fine this sucks!! what can i do to get them off this defective card?
Every time I take a picture & press the playback button It always shows a blue screen that says no images & I need to use it today for my sister graduation.. Can someone help me ?
Laryngoscope? You could get one of those snakescope (borescope) cameras and see all they way to your intestines. Your next problem would be this - knowing what to look at for exactly. I assume you're not a doctor. Let's see you try swallowing that to the right length to view your vocal chords without gagging.
Your facial features are distorted in photos because you're using a wide-angle lens. I'll be willing to bet any amount that you're having your photo taken with a smartphone. All smartphones use wide-angle lenses that heavily distort the perspective. By "perspective" I mean the size...
I have some old stuff like an empty USB drive, a Flash MP3 player, a digital voice recorder, and a very basic Samsung digital camera, all of which I no longer want, but I don't know what to do with it. I feel like the stuff is too obsolete compared to what's available now for me to consider selling it.
Do I have to physically move the memory chip or is there something else that could facilitate this?
Not at all. That's what the camera is made for. Shooting video is actually less of a burden on the camera since it doesn't put wear on the mechanical shutter used to take pictures.