hey everyone ! I hope you are all doin well out there in the world today
wanted to pick your brains if I may for some suggestions on filters/brands that I can use for sharper and defined images for my canon t7, or do you have suggested settings that I can program my camera to...
cheers all !!
You're going to have to better describe what it is you're asking. The subject title is "Lens Filters", but you want "sharper and defined images". And your last sentence is cut off.
sentence is indeed complete in regards to asking what settings cant I put to my t7 for the best image quality and definition, I have also been seeing filters that are attached to the end of the lens.. trying to find out what would be the best .. my primary use for this camera is for military airshows .. the lens I am using is the 75-300
Your last sentence was "settings that I can program my camera to... ". Program your camera to what, exactly?
Lens filters can be very useful. I personally use three types:
If looking at filters, do avoid very cheap ones. The last thing you want to do is add an inferior piece of glass on your lens that could degrade image quality. I personally use B+W filters. Can be very costly, but I've never had any issues in degraded quality.
forgive me for not being as specific , this is all very new to me, wanting to learn as much as I can to get some good images ... as far as settings go, shutter speed, sharpness.. things like that..
FILTERS are thin glass things that screw onto the front of a lens. They are used to protect the front of a lens, to polarize light, and for special effects. They do not "sharpen" an image or "improve quality" unless they are being used for a special reason.
If you are talking about screw-on lens attachments, these are not filters. There are screw-on telephoto adapters and wide-angle adapters to change your lens's field of view. But they are junk and their use is not advised. The can even do damage to your lens because of their weight. And they don't sharpen or improve quality. Actually they can negatively affect images.
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