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    Default Re: What is " pixel-peeping " ?

    Quote Originally Posted by daredevil123 View Post
    Kiasi is wiping the camera every day...
    that one is very extreme lol..

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    Quote Originally Posted by daozhang
    I sometimes read people said "pixel-peeping" in the forum, what does it really mean?

    This may sound silly, but I am new to digital photography.
    It probably means you are secretly watching the pixel "changing".
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    Quote Originally Posted by daozhang
    I sometimes read people said "pixel-peeping" in the forum, what does it really mean?

    This may sound silly, but I am new to digital photography.
    It means looking for ants in the picture

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    Quote Originally Posted by daredevil123 View Post
    Kiasi is wiping the camera every day...
    That's me. I wipe and clean cameras and lenses everyday
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    Quote Originally Posted by fatigue View Post
    That's me. I wipe and clean cameras and lenses everyday
    lol, but not all are belong to you.
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    Peep n check the sharpen of the picture. I do that during photo enhancement. Sharpen the picture

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yutaka Go

    pixel-peeling = QC check on images

    Almost everybody do it when they suspect that their lens or camera is faulty.
    But some people do it because of their obsession with image quality.
    Haha. That is wat I do. Then don know how I tahan for 6 mths then I send my lens for calibration. :x

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