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» ND Stopshop


Rating: awaiting 3 votes
Summary: Photography - Calculator for Neutral Density filters with built in timer



Arrived: Jul 12, 2010
Found under: photography, filter, calculator, timer

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» ND Stopshop Description
For example:-
take a ND110 - 10 stop filter

first take a shutter reading in the camera using aperture mode without the filter. Take the shutter speed and select it in the application on the top left drop down menu and then select your filter on the right drop down menu.
Compose your photo before placing the filter on the lens. Anything over 30sec shutter setting on the camera which is the longest a camera will allow before you having to switch to bulb mode and the timer will automatically appear in the application with a go button.

Once the camera is set up with the filter on, press the shutter release button and timer go button(if present) on the app at the same time.

Not in all cases, the timer will appear. Only if you need to use the shutter over 30 seconds.

Don't forget to use a cable release button to prevent movement of the camera during the exposure and ensure a crisp sharp photo.

To abort the timer simply press abort on the left and then confirm on the right (new addition since version 1.1 due to accidental cancelling of the timer)

To use the timer again after a shot, simply hit go again (new addition since version 1.1 due to crashing)
Good luck!!!

Version 1.2 bugs have been removed in this version but please let me know if you encounter any.
Example photos at:
www.clearinnervision.co.uk Developer: Daniel Butler Website: http://www.lymweb.co.uk/









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» Comments

Sun-20-Nov at 1:47 am
foffo wrote...
superba grazie.
Tue-24-Aug at 3:49 pm
Mike wrote...
It's a great app. I do have, however, one suggestion for the next version. It'd be useful to have more shutter speeds on the list like e.g. 1/3200 and 1/2500 or 1/6, 1/5, 1/3 or 1/2.5 seconds...
Mon-12-Jul at 8:19 am
ree voo wrote...
very nice
Sun-11-Jul at 7:22 pm
paul scozzafave wrote...
great
Sat-10-Jul at 12:31 am
Christian Meyer wrote...
nice app. Easy way to find the shutterspeed you will use

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