the detail looks really sharp (even at 100%) but somewhat these images look kind or dull (as if the highlight is suppressed).
The photographer is not not as skilled as Danny MacAskill.
I would prefer more interior space than bulky built-in rain cover.
Cane: And it looks like every other camera backpack. Very cutting edge.
you mean cutting cost?
nekrosoft13: 'every day I'm saying 'speed up!''
then the whole company doesnt listen to him.
Choice of less clattered foreground, combined with subtle graduated exposure reduction (perhaps by gradient or ellipse tool in the ACR) to emphasize the center of attention.
The unforeground is not just about the vacant foreground, but more of a technique to create a focul point.
YiannisPP: Those "I own it, I want it, I had it" numbers are like a statistical distribution of people's ability to perform the simplest of actions, i.e. press the correct central button ("I want it"). It seems that about 10% of DPR users fail to control their fingers/mouse so as to push the right button. That is pretty surprising, 10% is a lot.
or could be pathological lying.
Zoron: A5100 with the tiny 16-50 zoom is a better option for daily & casual snapping....
well... actually Ebola is bad.
This camera reminds me of blowfish.
Sdaniella: the iso 1600 seems grossly underexposedthe person working under dark skies can evidently see fine under the bright night skies (city lit or dusk lit after sunset?) with back turned from the fire
if the moon was out (it didn't appear so from lack of harsh shadows, unless it was overcast: stars not visible means it is overcast skies) it would be very bright blue skies identical to midday sun on a clear day.
likely video was captured well after dusk with enough light to see without fire (as the busy person shown indicates) on an overcast evening, rather than full moonless clear skies starry night. any civilization nearby means overcast evening skies quite bright to see without fire. distant lights on horizon tells us it's at least dusk (after 8 - 8:30pm)
it will be awhile before SONY catches up to Canon sensors, which already can capture on video in realtime both flying fireflies or shooting stars (in the dead of night without moonlight or city light)
if the outside is really that dark, the guy can't tie the fishes to the rack.
somewhat the brightness of the fire stays the same... may be tat brighter but almost the same.
This is great tip for bygone photojournalists.
Kim Letkeman: Wow ... the one manufacturer that seems to have figured out how to make superior lenses for a very good price takes a bullet from what used to be my favourite manufacturer. Sheesh ...
Nikon should have learned from Specialized's Cafe Roubaix case.
This case is just severely damaging corporate image.
smaller company that sticks up gets hammered down by larger corporation.
Wow, look at the Film Plane Indicator, it's almost in the lens!
reminds me of the Photoshelter used to be...
strangely, no one on the video uses camera strap.
Steve Bingham: Nicolaus, can you tell us what software you used? I think I see some Ken Burns effect, but that might simply be the slider. I am guessing PS CS6 plus some other software. You probably already stated this, but there are so many comments it is hard to find.Thank you.Steve Bingham
Is there any particular reason using the LR instead of the ACR in the After Effects for raw process?
This lens weighs 425 g (much lighter than Canon's 85mm f1.2, 1025g).