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Old Jul 9, 2004, 5:02 AM   #1
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Hey guys!

I'm just wonderin' why Canon removed the "multiple exposure" feature to their high-end DSLR's that's available to their film counterparts? Although they think its a digital media recording, that can easily be done through computer manipulation, it's still looks natural or much better than doing it thru PhotoShop. So that means less time. Thus, still using your creative skill in taking fotos.

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Old Jul 9, 2004, 6:05 AM   #2
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Just a thought...

If the camera was to do the "multiple exposure", it would have to "PhotoShop" inside the camera anyway. :idea:

The CCD (or CMOS) is a charged transfer device. It does not hold its charge cumulatively (ie after each shot), but need to transfer each frame to memory... beside you won't be capturing the pictures at the sensor optimum range, ie low EV (with high noise level) for each shot!

--> PhotoShop is better since you're combining each picture @ their highest quality level after the fact... People do this all the time to extend the dynamic range of the camera in overlaying mutiple exposures pictures at different EV
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Yours doesn't do double image?


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... yeap, but "it's still looks natural or much better" if the opacity is lowered just like faking films
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- NHL wrote:

If the camera was to do the "multiple exposure", it would have to "PhotoShop" inside the camera anyway. :idea:

Yep-yep! that's what I have in mind dude! nifty! :-)

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