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the Olympus TG-2 iHS is an underwater/rugged camera with onboard GPS, a microscope mode which allows 1cm working distances, and an aperture priority mode which Olympus describes as follows:
When the Mode Dial is set to the A (Aperture Priority) position there is an option to use f2.0, f2.8, or f8.0 (f8.0 yields the greatest depth-of-field)
While severely limited when compared to an SLR, this is the only camera of its kind to offer such functionality.
I have not tried that and I doubt I will. Too much fiddling around and I have no patience. I got a Pentax Optio WG-3, unfortunately it’s fully automatic, but with some luck one can get a reasonable snapshot, or select one from number of attempts. The camera records a GPS position and that’s its #1 advantage. It’s rugged and waterproof. It would be nice if one could preselect the f/-stop, but we cannot have everything. Oluna predicted that you will find this shot interesting. Will we see you in Albion?
Adolf & Oluna
Have you ever tried photo (focus) stacking software? I haven’t – yet.
Created: 2014-01-03 22:00:18 CST (-0600)
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