Most of today’s camera sensors are based on a single design. But besides its benefits, that design also has its negatives, which can end up reflected in your photos. Because of this, manufacturers are always seeking better, more functional alternatives that can cut back on the drawbacks. Read on to find out how their various solutions differ and what you can expect from your sensor.
Photographers often think a lot about numbers, like the ones for aperture, lens, and ISO, while knowing very little about what’s really behind their pictures. Here’s a common-sense look at the critical, yet often quite confusing, relationships among different sensors, lenses, and final pictures.
Dust and grit can really make life hard for your camera. Fortunately there are several tools and techniques you can use to clean its lens and sensor yourself, to remove the grit without having to head in to a shop. We’ll show you what to do.
If you use a camera with interchangeable lenses, you get to enjoy a lot of features that owners of compacts don’t... but you also encounter a special problem: dust. Unlike compacts, DSLRs and mirrorless cameras aren’t airtight. Because of this, dust and impurities sometimes reach the lens. But don’t worry! Any camera repair shop out there can get the dust off your sensor, and as for dust spots in your photos, you can remove these in Zoner Photo Studio.