Digital Reciprocity Failure Charts

Jan 17, 2019 02:11:44 #

Following up on the satirical “Adding Auto ISO Is Still Manual” thread, can someone point me to the reciprocity failure charts for Nikon, Canon, Sony & Fuji digital cameras?

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Jan 17, 2019 03:07:22 #

Shutterbug57 wrote:

Following up on the satirical “Adding Auto ISO Is Still Manual” thread, can someone point me to the reciprocity failure charts for Nikon, Canon, Sony & Fuji digital cameras?

I really need a reciprocity failure chart for digital, but my searches have been in vain. Apparently everyone else knows how to multiply by one.

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Jan 17, 2019 03:18:03 #

RWR wrote:

I really need a reciprocity failure chart for digital, but my searches have been in vain. Apparently everyone else knows how to multiply by one.

I thought you had to divide by one.

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Jan 17, 2019 03:56:59 #

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Jan 17, 2019 05:22:41 #

jerryc41
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Pablo8 wrote:

I thought you had to divide by one.

Well, you're almost right. Digital works with 1s and 0s. Dividing by 1 would get you what you started with. What you must do is divide by zero! As any good mathematician knows, there is something magical about dividing by zero.

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Jan 17, 2019 05:24:27 #

jerryc41
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Shutterbug57 wrote:Following up on the satirical “Adding Auto ISO Is Still Manual” thread, can someone point me to the reciprocity failure charts for Nikon, Canon, Sony & Fuji digital cameras?

I got an email from a diplomat in Nigeria who is selling them for $24.99 each, and they have a Lifetime Guarantee!

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Jan 17, 2019 06:24:17 #

bobmcculloch
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jerryc41 wrote:

Well, you're almost right. Digital works with 1s and 0s. Dividing by 1 would get you what you started with. What you must do is divide by zero! As any good mathematician knows, there is something magical about dividing by zero.

In math class I learned the 11th commandment, "Thou shalt not divide by 0"

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Jan 18, 2019 06:08:57 #

I teach math and it is not thou shalt not divide by zero...it is thou can't divide by zero (technically it is "undefined"). No one has figured out how many zeros fit into something and there are proofs out there only intesting to weird mathemeticians like me that show why it it is not infinite times. This thread is a great lesson on the etymological domain of reciprocity.

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Jan 18, 2019 06:56:55 #

Jimmy T
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"etymological domain of reciprocity" There you go, giving me another headache, grin. JimmyT Sends.

techwolf wrote:

I teach math and it is not thou shalt not divide by zero...it is thou can't divide by zero (technically it is "undefined"). No one has figured out how many zeros fit into something and there are proofs out there only intesting to weird mathemeticians like me that show why it it is not infinite times. This thread is a great lesson on the etymological domain of reciprocity.

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Jan 18, 2019 07:43:12 #

techwolf wrote:I teach math and it is not thou shalt not divide by zero...it is thou can't divide by zero (technically it is "undefined"). No one has figured out how many zeros fit into something and there are proofs out there only intesting to weird mathemeticians like me that show why it it is not infinite times. This thread is a great lesson on the etymological domain of reciprocity.

But if the number you are dividing by zero is also zero, then you can do it, and you can get a real number. It is a lot more fun to multiply zero by infinity.

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Jan 18, 2019 08:02:15 #

BebuLamar
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Need no chart just multiply by 2. Why? Because you need to enable dark noise reduction which would take twice as long when you do a long time exposure.

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Jan 18, 2019 08:18:20 #

bobmcculloch
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techwolf wrote:I teach math and it is not thou shalt not divide by zero...it is thou can't divide by zero (technically it is "undefined"). No one has figured out how many zeros fit into something and there are proofs out there only intesting to weird mathemeticians like me that show why it it is not infinite times. This thread is a great lesson on the etymological domain of reciprocity.

Doesn't sound like a commandment your way, Jesuit school, big on commandants!

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Jan 18, 2019 08:34:40 #

fetzler
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Maybe this is serious. Film has reciprocity failure digital does not.

To the others - I had fun with the jokes! My Ukrainian chart is much better than the Nigerian one but cost twice as much. HI HI

To the others - I had fun with the jokes! My Ukrainian chart is much better than the Nigerian one but cost twice as much. HI HI

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Jan 18, 2019 08:59:30 #

billnikon
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Shutterbug57 wrote:Following up on the satirical “Adding Auto ISO Is Still Manual” thread, can someone point me to the reciprocity failure charts for Nikon, Canon, Sony & Fuji digital cameras?

I used these for film. Unnecessary for digital. At least, I have not gotten any reciprocity in any of my images yet. My longest exposure has been 30 minutes.

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Jan 18, 2019 09:07:50 #

fetzler wrote:

Maybe this is serious. Film has reciprocity failure digital does not.

To the others - I had fun with the jokes! My Ukrainian chart is much better than the Nigerian one but cost twice as much. HI HI

To the others - I had fun with the jokes! My Ukrainian chart is much better than the Nigerian one but cost twice as much. HI HI

Nope, its satirical. I thought I would add a little levity to the group.

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