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https://witharsenal.com/

 

 

sure seems to make it easier. 



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I’ve been following this for a while and it’s still not working at the advertised level but it has been improving. I’m still interested in it due to the focus stacking feature that it’s supposed to have. There are some other controllers that have some of the same features (Pulse), but not all.

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is this cheating?

sure seems to make it easier. 


There are two ways to travel:

  1. getting to destination
  2. enjoying the way to destination

There are two ways to get a bite

  1. make it for yourself
  2. get ready made

There are two ways to photos

  1. take'm
  2. make'm

Is it cheating? it depends on what you are… and what you want to be!



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There are two ways to travel:

  1. getting to destination
  2. enjoying the way to destination

There are two ways to get a bite

  1. make it for yourself
  2. get ready made

There are two ways to photos

  1. take'm
  2. make'm

Is it cheating? it depends on what you are… and what you want to be!

Very well said. My question was more rhetorical than anything else. I don't see a big difference between Arsenal and shooting auto. It just seems to take the human factor out for me.



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Nikon Shooter

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I don't see a big difference between Arsenal and shooting auto. It just seems to take the human factor out for me.


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Go on then I will go against the grain, anything that promotes photography via cameras rather than phones with new users is great with me.

 

The mass market for cameras is no longer such a mass, we need to catch the imagination of potential photographers that want the results with out the work.

 

I don't care how others do it so long as they do it, just because its available i dont have to buy in, though plenty of cameras now offer auto focus stacking.



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Go on then I will go against the grain,

Sure, Mike…

there is always the rebel teenager that rings the cracked bell!  rofl.gif

It is like having less knowledge, talent, hard work and investments
but having the means to BUY a diploma!