Photography Calculaters

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Photography Calculaters

Postby SharpShooter10D » Jan Wed 10, 2007 10:06 am

John in another thread back in July was needing help figuring out FOV of different Lenses and I am really no help in that area. I did come across a web page how ever that has just about every sort of Photography related calculator their is.

I don't know if any of these will help you John or any one else for that matter but I thought I would at least point them out.

PHOTOGRAPHY CALCULATORS

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Postby SharpShooter10D » Jan Wed 10, 2007 10:35 am

In the process of searching for calculators I came across another web page that has sevral and one being a calculator that actually gives you FOV info from the EXIF information.

The EXIF calculator is the last one on the page.

FOV from EXIF INFO

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Postby SharpShooter10D » Jan Wed 10, 2007 10:46 am

For WINDOWS users I found an actual software program on Bob Atkins website that you can download and use for free. You may need to download a VBrun300.dll file if your system doesn't have it. I would think that if your running WIndowsXP you should have it on your system.

Best of all it's free for non commercial use.

Bob Atkins DOF Software

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Postby TonyK » Jan Thu 11, 2007 6:37 pm

I have one for my Palm PDA. Don't use it often but it is there if I need it.
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