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all sorts of conditions
I'd like to ask about the phrase "all sorts of conditions" in the following sentence:
As digital cameras began to replace conventional ﬁlm cameras, circular-shaped optical anomalies were reported to appear in photographs taken all over the world, in all sorts of conditions.
Do I undrestand correctly that "in all sorts of conditions" refers to "photographs" and means that photographs were taken in different conditions of all kind?
Re: all sorts of conditions
All sorts of conditions refers to conditions,such as lighting,angles, at the time of taking photographs.
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