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Naraly
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Oct 26, 2012 18:26 |  #1

I just discovered this online DSLR simulator, I don't know if it's been posted already on this forum but here's the link:
http://camerasim.com/c​amera-simulator/ (external link)

I thought it was fun, and something beginners (like myself) could make some use of. I still have to practice a lot because it takes me a lot of tries to get the settings right before taking a photo. It's nothing like the real thing, but it does give a pretty good idea for settings combinations I think.

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Oct 26, 2012 21:02 |  #2

Yep it's been posted many times but it's a great tool for beginners.

If you search POTN using the actual URL you'll see it's been cited on many "Help me - I'm a beginner!" type threads.


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Oct 27, 2012 11:01 |  #3

Naraly wrote in post #15173547 (external link)
I just discovered this online DSLR simulator, I don't know if it's been posted already on this forum but here's the link:
http://camerasim.com/c​amera-simulator/ (external link)

I thought it was fun, and something beginners (like myself) could make some use of. I still have to practice a lot because it takes me a lot of tries to get the settings right before taking a photo. It's nothing like the real thing, but it does give a pretty good idea for settings combinations I think.

Cheers

nice little app, android version coming soon




  
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