Well putting LR on subscription would certainly be the end of it for me so ...good
Beautiful shot, really is. And taken on a Canon with it's supposedly poor image qualityBut it's not quite as simple as that is it? Why is there a highlight on the far hills if there's only one moon and it's facing the other way? The shadows aren't where they should be.
'crop' dslr's exist because back in the early 2000's full frame sensors were very expensive to produce so camera manufacturers invented a new format the same way they did with 110 and half-frame 35mm film.
Lenses are lenses and cameras are cameras. Buy what suits you best.
Many a great photo was taken on a 'crop' camera. It's just another photographic format.
bigdaddave: Well as long as Canons do it too it's not a fault. The Nikon bias here stinks.
Not sure you get irony
Well as long as Canons do it too it's not a fault. The Nikon bias here stinks.
More fool the idiot who paid the money. One born every miunte, you just need to know how to find them.
I'll probably get suspended again but frankly the final result wasn't worth all the bother
Great review and nicely done. Proves it's actually hard to buy a poor digital camera these days
Numbers 6, 7, 8 and 9 won something?
I must dig out some of my rubbish shots and submit them
Once again an Emperors-new-clothes camera from Leica.
Pretends to do all sorts of special things but is in reality an expensive, mediocre offering.
I would find it very difficult to respect anyone who really wanted to buy this monstrosity
bigdaddave: The camera is genuine but I doubt the lens is, the black Planars didn't arrive until much later, they were all silver back then
Yes, it does
Yes I read that but the 'facing' presumably refers to the camera body
Anyone who knew and used Hasselblads in the 70's wold know this
Yes, it's possible as on close inspection it doesn't appear to have the T* coating. However all the photos I have ever seen of the early space Blads had silver lenses, Planar Distagon and Sonnar
The camera is genuine but I doubt the lens is, the black Planars didn't arrive until much later, they were all silver back then
An interesting perspective from an actual pro. However I still think it is a bit sad that 10 frames per second is enough however 8 isn't. There's a lot of spraying and preying going on. How did pro's ever manage with 4-5 FPS and 36 exposure rolls or even 250 shot backs? They picked the moment.
Certainly shows Barnaby's level. Bit dull and lacking imagination? You really want to show these to the masses?
bigdaddave: This article utterly proves my point about the Fuji X100 series being an utter waste of money.
When you can get this sort of IQ in a small camera WITH a zoom it makes no sense whatsoever to limit yourself forever to a 35mm lens equivalent.
This is not 1950.
I can get an Eos M and a 22mm for peanuts PLUS I can then change lenses, the IQ is if anything even better