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Nice strap. Not sure what all the fuss is about. A photographer has produced a nice strap and is charging money for it.

Direct link | Posted on Feb 12, 2016 at 08:26 UTC as 7th comment
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prtsmnn1: What a waste of brain space ! Not going to waste my time here.
Many companies make leather items for a lot of different purposes, nothing new here. Where do you suppose all the leather comes from.
Many boot companies use Bision . You can order Bision boots and belts From LL Bean .
You can go out to many upscale restaurants and order Bision to eat.
I pay for what I want with my money so if you don't like it then what is that to me?

I reported it as inappropriate yesterday, it's still here though.

Direct link | Posted on Nov 16, 2015 at 13:03 UTC
On article Video: Capturing nature with the Canon EOS 7D Mark II (203 comments in total)

Awesome review! Much better than the typical DigitalRev videos. Can we expect more of these?

Direct link | Posted on Nov 12, 2014 at 20:11 UTC as 51st comment
On article Canon announces EOS C100 Mark II (278 comments in total)
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Bhima78: This looks good for professionals that are already shooting with lots of Canon glass... to the budding professional, this price point puts it squarely against the A7S with the 4K addon. Pretty sure the A7S with that addon will absolutely mop the floor with this though. Of course, maybe the A7S has more rolling shutter and this has none. Someone that is actually a videographer, chime in as to why you would buy this other than owning Canon glass already, over the alternatives (especially the A7S with the add-on).

Surely a "wannabee amateur" is a pro?

Direct link | Posted on Oct 23, 2014 at 10:21 UTC
On article Portfolio: Photography student Luke Evans (174 comments in total)
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pew pew: @dpreview rather show the portfolio of some dpreview members, theres some excellent photographers on the forums, then this pseudo wannabe artsy photos.

This is how all arguments should turn out on DPR. Though very few actually do sadly.

Direct link | Posted on May 27, 2014 at 08:03 UTC
On article Portfolio: Photography student Luke Evans (174 comments in total)
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Kodachrome200: who the heck cares about this. thousands of photo students a year graduate with work this nice most better. if you want to highlight photographers work on this page why not do movers and shakers in the industry.

Love them! Very clever. This is DPR so not really surprised lots of people are being spiteful with their comments.

Direct link | Posted on May 27, 2014 at 07:53 UTC
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Zigadiboom: The price is very reasonable as I believe paying a premium for a Hasselblad over a Pentax is well worth it... but the lack of wifi is a deal breaker for me as I need ready access to facebook and instagram to upload pictures of my kids and pets running around.


Direct link | Posted on Mar 4, 2014 at 08:42 UTC
On article Richard Franiec creates custom grip for Panasonic GM1 (48 comments in total)
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joe6pack: Stop the press! A vendor has just made an add-on to a camera! No one has ever done that before.

Coming up next: A camera bag that fits Panasonic GM1. Imagine that!

Actually I appreciate the post, I bought one for my S90 because I saw it on DPR, didn't know it existed before then. I think DPR should report on more quality accessories.

Direct link | Posted on Jan 21, 2014 at 21:42 UTC
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yabokkie: small sensor doesn't necessarily mean lower quality in low light. 4/3" should be able to compete with 35mm format with f/1.4 zooms (12-35/1.4 and 35-100/1.4) and f/0.7 primes (18/0.7, 25/0.7, and 43/0.7). someone will make them for us, Pana, Oly, Sigma, or Tamron.

but still from these shots we can see the image qualities are not good at base ISO. smaller sensor means lower quality in adequate light (same ISO means shallower wells on smaller sensors, thus more noise, lower quality).

shoot at ISO25 with a 43/0.7 lens on a 4/3" camera,
when will we be able to do it?

What's wrong with 16MP? Isn't the D4 16MP? The 1Dx is 18MP. Someone on the Fuji forums just posted a picture taken with a 16MP sensor that was blown up to 18' and put on the side of a building!

Direct link | Posted on Jan 9, 2014 at 08:59 UTC
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nerd2: Even with misleading f1.2 aperture the DOF control (or lack thereof) looks worse than lowly 50mm 1.8 on APS-C camera. If you're after portrait, save your money and go to larger format period.

You know that APS-C is closer in size to m43 than it is to FF right? I keep seeing posts by APS-C users talking about the 'tiny' sensor in m423 cameras and how they'll stick to their "huge" APS-C sensor.

f1.2 on m43 is like f1.4 and a bit on APC-S. Not sure the difference would be noticeable at any focal length.

Direct link | Posted on Jan 9, 2014 at 08:51 UTC
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Neodp: One day perhaps the m43 sensor will be better than the best APS-C sensors today. That day, is not today. I can not abide the water color smeary noise at 1:1, at real world lighting (including shadows in any contrasting light) high IOS's. I'd say the goal is zero noise; at ISO 3200. This camera is way over priced. It's fine lenses are also way overpriced, comparatively (think 35mm Nikkor AF-S). I'm all for better carry sizes(and pocket camera progression); but it's just not worth it, now.

I've not used an APS-C sensor that I can say is definitively better than the newer m43 models. I have an X100s and an E-M5 and don't notice any discernible difference in IQ below ISO 3200 between them.

Direct link | Posted on Nov 21, 2013 at 08:09 UTC
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arbuz: L-Fn button - so Olympus now copies Samsung NX solutions? Well, well, who would have thought...

I don't know who was first or second, but I do know my Oly 12-50 has the same button.

Direct link | Posted on Sep 10, 2013 at 10:07 UTC
On article Photoshop CC: Adobe responds to reaction (1852 comments in total)

A really poor interview. For instance the question about the price hike was brushed aside with a comment about Lightroom pricing! How was that relevant to the question? Did you pursue it? Did he refuse to answer?

Direct link | Posted on May 8, 2013 at 19:18 UTC as 298th comment
On article Olympus m.Zuiko 17mm F1.8 first impressions and samples (255 comments in total)
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Dave Knadler: Wish I had waited a bit longer before buying the 20mm f/1.7. Now I suppose eBay will be filling up with the Pannies.

I'm also putting my Panny 20mm up for sale. I bought the 17mm the other day and it's a really good lens, especially the IQ.

Direct link | Posted on Feb 8, 2013 at 08:17 UTC
On article Olympus m.Zuiko 17mm F1.8 first impressions and samples (255 comments in total)
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Sergey Borachev: What's the point of a shiny metal lens with fancy focus ring and high quality looks (and price) when its performance is just adequate? This lens should have been made cheap in plastic like the 45mm, if at all (since there is another olympus 17mm lens that does not impress already). And there is also a good Panasonic 20mm. So, why bother? Any wonder why this lens is such a disappointment to most? 35mm equiv is the most essential lens, the lens that most would pick is they can only have one single prime. Yet, with all the lenses already in its range, Olympus chose to release another somewhat better 17mm but expensive lens after the failure in the earlier version. You excited by this lens?

Where did it say it was "adequate"? I saw it say it's not as sharp as two of the sharpest lenses available for m43, the 45mm and 75mm.

I've got both the 17mm and the Panasonic 20 and will be selling the 20mm, the 17mm is sharper and the AF much faster.

I've also got the old Oly 17mm and there's no comparison between the old and the new, not "somewhat better".

Direct link | Posted on Feb 8, 2013 at 08:01 UTC
On article Best Camera of 2012: And the Winner is... (1412 comments in total)
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Ronald A Yorko: Editors choices, not the readers. All fine cameras- but so were many others. Issue for Micro Four Thirds IS the limited lens choices and their prices- as compared to Sony, Pentax, Nikon & Canon. While the OM-D is a cool camera- I can't say the image quality is up to the level of dslrs.

"I can't say the image quality is up to the level of dslrs."
Does it have to be? I mean, I know a FF DSLR will outperform it, but how many people actually push a modern camera to the limit where the differences become noticeable? Some do, I admit, but the majority probably wouldn't.

I feel it's a bit like PC's. How many people *really* need the absolute fastest CPU? Do people really notice if MS Word opens 0.02sec faster than the next CPU?

I bought the OM-D as it offered pretty much everything my 5D and 1Ds MKII offered in a significantly smaller package. I know the 1Ds MKII is an 'old' camera, but it still produces results that are very impressive, for me.

Direct link | Posted on Jan 1, 2013 at 10:43 UTC
On article Best Camera of 2012: And the Winner is... (1412 comments in total)

I think the most interesting observation to come out of this poll is that a disturbingly large percentage of posters took the poll way too seriously.

Direct link | Posted on Jan 1, 2013 at 09:57 UTC as 397th comment | 1 reply
On article Best Camera of 2012: And the Winner is... (1412 comments in total)
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forpetessake: Unlike boring predictable Canons and Nikons, Olympus OM-D created a cult following, that's for sure, the poll is yet another evidence.

@Pal2012 - a lot of the comments I've read seem to be saying that people voted for the camera they owned, rather than the 'best' camera. Which would suggest that Olympus sold more OM-D's than Nikon sold D800's.

Direct link | Posted on Jan 1, 2013 at 09:35 UTC
On article Best Camera of 2012: And the Winner is... (1412 comments in total)
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tkbslc: Some people are a bit too hung up on the term "Best Camera". They seem to think it means the one with the highest resolution or the fastest fps burst. But that's no more true than saying the "best car" has to be the Bugatti Veyron. Sure it's fast, but it's too freaking expensive, sucks for dirt roads and where do the kids sit? Best just means "best for my set of requirements". The fact that the Olympus won means many people consider the best camera to be one that has good enough image quality, good enough portability and a attainable price. Much like how the Motor Trend 2012 car of the year was the VW Passat. I doubt it has the highest specs in any category, but it's a cool, yet practical car many people can afford.

You must be new. Presenting a logical and well thought out argument won't win you any friends here.

Direct link | Posted on Jan 1, 2013 at 09:32 UTC
On article Dpreview Users' Poll: Best Camera of 2012? (1509 comments in total)
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Boris F: OMD EM-5 is the King!
Look for ISO performance, it is maybe one stop only below full frames.

@Holgs - you forgot to add that at low light the increased DOF is usually a benefit.

Direct link | Posted on Dec 23, 2012 at 23:40 UTC
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