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If you could invent any photography related item, what would it be?

 
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Apr 26, 2009 18:49 |  #1

If you could invent anything photography related, besides a new body or lens, what would it be and why?

Not only do I think this could be interesting, but you'd be helping me out with my homework as well. :)


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Apr 26, 2009 20:05 |  #2

How about an interface that takes what I see, filters it with what I imagine I'm seeing, & converts it into megapixels? ;)


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Apr 26, 2009 20:08 |  #3

PhotosGuy wrote in post #7809029 (external link)
How about an interface that takes what I see, filters it with what I imagine I'm seeing, & converts it into megapixels? ;)

That.


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Apr 26, 2009 20:23 |  #4

anti dust future..

that works..


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Apr 26, 2009 20:58 |  #5

Sensor with a dynamic range of the human eye.

Selectable focus point and DoF in a RAW file.

Ok those could probably be considered under body and lens.


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Apr 27, 2009 00:45 |  #6

built in manual focus assist beams, like a laser pointer built into the camera so you can see what you're doing when it's super dark.


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Apr 27, 2009 00:45 |  #7

Jaymz wrote in post #7809361 (external link)
Sensor with a dynamic range of the human eye.
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an adjustable dynamic range would be cool


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Apr 27, 2009 00:52 |  #8

mikekelley wrote in post #7810584 (external link)
built in manual focus assist beams, like a laser pointer built into the camera so you can see what you're doing when it's super dark.

The old Sony DSC-707 & 717 had a laser that projected a grid on your subject in low light. It worked really really well!

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Apr 27, 2009 01:19 |  #9

I want something that can capture the images I see in my dreams. Video would be key, I could put Hollywood out of business.


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Apr 27, 2009 02:27 |  #10

JERM wrote in post #7810722 (external link)
I want something that can capture the images I see in my dreams. Video would be key, I could put Hollywood out of business.

Dude, that would be sweet!


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Apr 27, 2009 05:02 |  #11

I need an AED - Automatic Ego Deflater that would enable me to delete all the junk (or at least turn them into jpgs).


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Apr 27, 2009 06:27 as a reply to  @ tzalman's post |  #12

tzalman "I need an AED - Automatic Ego Deflater"
My friend, you have hit on an invention that would solve all the ills of human civilization. bw!


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Apr 27, 2009 09:01 |  #13

+1

:)

Jaymz wrote in post #7809361 (external link)
Sensor with a dynamic range of the human eye.




  
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Apr 27, 2009 09:01 as a reply to  @ egordon99's post |  #14

ISO12800 as clean as ISO100 would be nice too :)




  
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Apr 27, 2009 10:06 |  #15

"I need an AED - Automatic Ego Deflater"

Incorporate it as a virus so we can send it to the measurebaters! :D


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