Remko Westrik

Remko Westrik

Lives in Netherlands Netherlands
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Joined on Jun 14, 2008

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On Canon EOS 100D/Rebel SL1 Hands-on Preview preview (353 comments in total)

I like it. Now I would like a line of pancakes to go with it please.

Like a 24 or 28 equiv, couple that with the 40 and maybe a longer pancake. Then I would be happy since it can also take my existing canon zooms and primes.

That does make a lot of sense to existing canon eos owners, maybe more so than investing in another system like mu4/3.

Direct link | Posted on Mar 21, 2013 at 20:41 UTC as 79th comment | 2 replies
On Ricoh to make 16MP APS-C GXR zoom module article (136 comments in total)

Yes, I have been waiting for this module to complement my GXR kit.

Since I'm sure it's a collapsable lens it will be sufficiently compact. That combined with the excellent handling and adjustable GXR body. Bring it on.

I don't care about the 16MP versus 12MP, both are fine for my use.

I understand that the GXR is not everybodies favourite camera (it's one of mine) but there is no use bashing about that. Then just move on and buy something else.

Direct link | Posted on Nov 29, 2011 at 07:52 UTC as 18th comment
On Preview:panasonicdmcgx1 (318 comments in total)

Another interesting M4/3rds camera. Before I also wanted this type of body to include the EVF. Now I'm not so sure, since there are other options.

When looking at the NEX-7, the EVF sticks-out significantly. Size wise I then see the G3 as a viable competitor. With the more compact lenses of the M4/3 (the pancakes and the foldable zooms) the G3 should be comparable to smaller then the NEX.

I also think that an external EVF is no shame either. Allows you to take a smaller package when you want to. (I do that with my Ricoh GX and GXR). This price tag however is a bit hefty on the external EVF's.

Choices, choices.... All in all I see the M4/3rds platform making nice progress (good variety in lenses and bodies)..

Posted on Nov 7, 2011 at 09:32 UTC as 94th comment | 2 replies

Nice options with the 2 lenses and sensors. Would love to see a hands-on review on this one. I'm curious as how easy the UI is, setting 2 different zoom levels etc...

I would think that having 2 sensors could also come in handy for HDR.

Next how about shallow depth of field? That should be possible with some image processing of the 2 stereo pictures I would think.

First Fuji now Panasonic, who's next?

Direct link | Posted on Nov 7, 2011 at 09:07 UTC as 14th comment
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