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I assume that you know how to take apart and put your cameras back together with your eyes closed and your hands tied behind your backs, thus I have a question.
Lets say you set your favorite picture as camera's boot logo. After a long time, you find a need for space in your camera, thus you delete some of your photos, along with your favorite one. But after further inspection, the said camera still has that image as a boot logo. The question stands, is that image still recoverable? If so, how does one recover it? Camera's model is Olympus FE-340
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I took these with a ghetto setup using a compact camera (Casio EX-S200) full optical zoom on macro setting and a magnifying glass to refocus.
I'm wondering, am I at the limit of what a compact camera can do? I can't afford a DSLR nor accompanying lenses, so I'm trying to make due with what I have, using whatever tricks I can to maximize the potential of this shitty little machine. Are these ok images? Passable? Cancer? AIDS? Cancer with AIDS?
Probably will try with 2 magnifying glasses next time, fucking ghetto telescope that shit.
Out of the 90 or so images I took, these three happen to be the best focused and/or most detailed/interesting. Seems to be ok simple desktop wallpaper on larger resolutions.
Ok, /p/, do what you do best a flame away.
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