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AntDX316
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If you dilate your eyes with drops, can't you see better during low-light and at night because the opening to eye is bigger?  Also, I'm not entirely sure but is our depth of field shallower?
11-8 14:20
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Hi, thank you for sharing your insights regarding aperture. If your goal is to make an image with shallow depth of field, where the subject appears sharp while the foreground and the background appear blurry, then you should use very wide apertures like f/1.8 or f/2.8 (for example, if you are using a 50mm f/1.8 lens, you should set your lens aperture to f/1.8). Thank you for your valued support.
11-8 14:47
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DJI Paladin Posted at 11-8 14:47
Hi, thank you for sharing your insights regarding aperture. If your goal is to make an image with shallow depth of field, where the subject appears sharp while the foreground and the background appear blurry, then you should use very wide apertures like f/1.8 or f/2.8 (for example, if you are using a 50mm f/1.8 lens, you should set your lens aperture to f/1.8). Thank you for your valued support.

I meant our own eyes like, human eyes.
11-8 17:53
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My God, I'm contributing to this Forum since 2015, but I've never seen that much absurdity posted recently ...
11-8 22:20
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Matthew Dobrski Posted at 11-8 22:20
My God, I'm contributing to this Forum since 2015, but I've never seen that much posted absurdity like recently ...

At times, I don't even remember what I post.  I do many things that people won't believe or care for but matter.
11-8 23:46
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Posts and replies in this forum get points and points mean prizes, so to get thousands of points you have to post and reply as much as possible.
11-9 02:34
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Eyes are different from a lens + camera system.
Since there is a brain connected that interprets the image.
You can find a lot of info on this online.
11-9 04:40
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fans48f0c1a5 Posted at 11-9 02:34
Posts and replies in this forum get points and points mean prizes, so to get thousands of points you have to post and reply as much as possible.

You will get more money from flipping burgers than by earning points.
But it is a nice bonus of course!
11-9 04:42
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Interesting question so I turned to my old friend, Google. From what I could find, the answer is no because of how the rods and cones in your eyes work differently at different light levels.
11-9 10:33
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fans48f0c1a5 Posted at 11-9 02:34
Posts and replies in this forum get points and points mean prizes, so to get thousands of points you have to post and reply as much as possible.

Points gathering can't be a lone excuse for posting rubbish or meaningless comments like "Nice photo, congratulations!", "Thank you for sharing this information with us!". Only a mentally challenged person may consider posting threads like the one above 36 times, only to gain $1 bonus at DJI Store!!! And later replying endlessly with equally senseless comments to gain another 2 points for each??? C'mon ...

BTW, just checked my Forum points (for the very first time since 2015) ... Over 12.5K! Wow, that's $70 ... Yay, I'm rich!!!
11-9 11:38
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AntDX316 Posted at 11-8 17:53
I meant our own eyes like, human eyes.

Hi, thank you for clarifying. I am sorry for the confusion on my part. I hope our DJI members provide the best information for your post. Thank you.
11-11 08:08
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questions like this are why Ant needs to take basic and advanced photo classes...not online.
11-11 08:13
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Sick Dawg Posted at 11-11 08:13
questions like this are why Ant needs to take basic and advanced photo classes...not online.

You mean, questions at the eye doctor's office.
11-11 16:16
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AntDX316 Posted at 11-8 17:53
I meant our own eyes like, human eyes.

you can google this:

https://curiosity.com/topics/how ... mplicated-curiosity
11-12 10:49
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Sick Dawg Posted at 11-11 08:13
questions like this are why Ant needs to take basic and advanced photo classes...not online.

It’s a definite cry for attention, but in this case I would avoid going down that road, sometimes lost causes are just that .
11-12 11:08
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There is no need to complicate things.  I was just asking if dilating eyes would increase night performance significant so that when you are wandering the forest, you don't take a twig to the eye from not being able to see, require medical attention, deep far in the forest, lost, bleeding out, trip and roll down the hill breaking bones, struggle to breathe from cracking ribs, in pain, become a missing person, starve, die, get buried or not, etc.

The easy way is just to not do it or go alone but imo, the risks of the creatures messing you up in the wild just doesn't make it worth it but some people do that and sail the open waters no problem.

Maybe I should always add these things to my question post.
11-12 15:54
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