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Real Basilica di Superga

La Basilica di Superga, nota anche come Real Basilica di Superga, sorge sull'omonimo colle ad est di Torino. Fu fatta costruire dal re Vittorio Amedeo II come ringraziamento alla Vergine Maria, dopo aver sconfitto i francesi che assediavano Torino nel 1706. Il progetto è del messinese Filippo Juvara e risale al 1715. Alla cappella, posta alla sommità dell'omonima collina, si può giungere attraverso strada o servendosi della Tranvia Sassi-Superga.

la Basilica dista poche centinaia di metri dallo Studio Fotografico Enrico Scarsi

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Commento da Alessandro MP Fotografico su 23 Ottobre 2011 a 13:13
trepiede ? no solo ben poggiato sul tetto della macchina che ha anche fruito da specchio x quello il riflesso è distorto ;)
Commento da Alessandro MP Fotografico su 23 Ottobre 2011 a 13:09

1/13s

f/3.5

ISO 1000

-0.67 eV

28 mm

Commento da Alessandro MP Fotografico su 23 Ottobre 2011 a 13:02
Grazie ;)

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Digital Camera Reviews

Nikon releases D4S firmware C:1.10

Nikon has issued a firmware update for the D4S. The long list of improvements included in this firmware version are mostly minor bug fixes and tweaks to menus and camera operation. See the full details and get a link to download the latest D4S firmware version. Read more

Sony adds XAVC S support to Cyber-shot DSC-RX10

The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX10 is a video powerhouse, and Sony is now giving it the same XAVC S codec found on its RX100 III and a5100 models via firmware update v.2. This allows for 1080p/60/30/24 and 720p/120 resolutions at a bit rate of 50Mbps. Aside from the new firmware, a SDXC card is the only other thing you'll need to get started. Right now the update is only available to Windows users in Europe, but we expect that to change shortly. Find out how to get it.

Week in review: 8 things we learned

It's been a busy week and as we head into a long weekend here in the US, it seemed like a good time to take a look back at everything that's happened in the past seven(ish) days. With new products from Fujifilm, Olympus and Ricoh, Photokina fever is definitely taking hold. And the week wasn't without an oddball moment or two, including the emergence of Sony's Asia-only 'perfume bottle selfie camera.' Relive the highs, the lows, the weird and the wonderful with us, in this slideshow.

Metabones launches Canon EF to Micro Four Thirds Smart Adapter and Speed Booster

Lens adapter manufacturer Metabones has launched a pair of long-awaited Canon EF to Micro Four Thirds lens adapters. The first adapter is the Smart Mount version which allows electronic control of the aperture in a Canon lens from a Micro Four Thirds camera, as well as correct recording of EXIF information and activation of Image Stabilization where present. Also debuting is an EF to Micro Four Thirds Speed Booster. Read more

A new Mix: Adobe updates Photoshop Mix for iOS

In June Adobe announced Photoshop Mix, an image organization and manipulation app for the Apple iPad which can sync with Photoshop CC for desktop computers and Lightroom Mobile via Adobe's Creative Cloud.Today the software maker has released Photoshop Mix 1.1, the first major upgrade to the new app. Improvements include support for large panoramic images and PNG fields as well as the option to open files directly from Dropbox. Read more at connect.dpreview.com.

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