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“Is shooting in low-light situations going to be common?”
“Presented by Jazz South Florida, the evening's only low-light was the lengthy introduction by one of its members who waxed on about his personal life in jazz just a bit too long and reminded us all not to transmit germs by kissing strangers.”
“The phone's other exceptional feature is its 8-megapixel camera, which has an Exmor R CMOS sensor with an f/2.4 lens that helps the camera capture images in low-light conditions.”
“• Sony's WX1 point-and-shoot camera works great in low-light conditions.”
“In The Energy Healing Experiments, I describe a series of experiments my colleagues and I conducted using state-of-the-art supercooled low-light digital CCD cameras.”
“The tablet senses light, and provides on-the-fly image enhancement when the unit moves from low-light to bright lights.”
“Olympus is adding a new high-end compact to its product line: 10-megapixel XZ-1, $500, which includes a bright f/1.8 4x optical zoom lens, a 3-inch LCD with high dot count, lots of manual controls, and a special low-light mode for shooting in dark locations without a flash.”
“Soulful and moody down to the low-light cinematography, the film sustains a nocturnal vibe that rewards patience with a depth of characterization.”
“I currently have the now-very-outdated Nikon D50, and my biggest problem with it is its low-light capabilities.”
“The P300 includes an f/1.8 lens at its maximum aperture, which means that this camera should excel in capturing photos and video in low-light situations.”
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