G1Houston

G1Houston

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Joined on Jul 15, 2009

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  • So the ISO will be about 5000 on the D7100 closing the noise gap.
  • The more important question is: do you need the zoom range of the 35-100mm.  If you do, there is no point of asking this question, does it?  You just buy it. The Sigma is a great lens.  Sharp with ...
  • Commented on Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH4 Review preview

    I have the GH1 and its noise performance and most importantly, DR range are just not up to bar with E-PL5. In terms of good values, I would argue E-PL5 and E-PM2 are better than G6 b/c the sensor...

  • Commented on Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH4 Review preview

    (continue from below) I thought the better performance from the Olympus cameras is partially due to the eye priority face detection — if it is good enough to find the eye, it can find the head. ...

  • Commented on Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH4 Review preview

    (continue from below) I thought the better performance from the Olympus cameras is partially due to the eye priority face detection — if it is good enough to find the eye, it can find the head. ...

  • Commented on Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH4 Review preview

    Besides 4k videos, DFD and other AF features are another important improvements that GH4 has presumably brought to the table. However the AF performance section in the review is surprisingly...

  • Commented on Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH4 Review preview

    Besides 4k videos, DFD and other AF features are another important improvements that GH4 has presumably brought to the table. However the AF performance section in the review is surprisingly...

  • Commented on Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH4 Review preview

    "Why isn't there a comparison of DFD performance to phase or on-sensor phase detect?"
    This is done all the time — don't people care when mirrorless can fully replace dSLRs? When people are in the...

  • Replied in She's a goner
    D750 has been widely reviewed and do you know you are the only one observing this?  Why?
  • Replied in Both types.
    The many complaints he has are operational issues, specific for a given camera .  As a Nikon shooter with a D7100, I could shoot a simpler camera D5200 at its default setting but I could not ...
  • "extensive experience" is not true with the D7100. As he stated clearly in the article, upon realizing that the customers want poster size prints, he went out to buy the camera and the lenses for ...
  • Commented on Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH4 Review preview

    How well does the new eye-priority face detection work, as compared to those of the Olympus cameras?

  • I think some of the comments here seem a bit harsh, keep in mind that this is a pocketable rugged enough camera that you can take everyone. Something has to give. When the composition is really...

  • I thought the major strength of the Df is its ability to shoot in low light without paying the D4's price. I randomly clicked through 1/3 of the pictures here but not one was shot in "low light." ...
  • I don't have a D750.  I have a D7100 and am still learning.  How did you set up your cameras for tracking?  For D7100, most will use AF-C, 9 area AF/dynamic area, focus priority, etc.  This must ...
  • Replied in Nice shot!
    This has crossed my mind too when the D750 came out and widely reviewed. However the cost of the FF system will be twice of that of the DX system. When the D7200 finally comes out, it will still ...
  • Mine are two boys, 6 and 4.  As they get older, the velocity at which they travel increases substantially.  With my E-PL5, I use of course AF-S and face detection.  I focus-shoot, focus-shoot and ...
  • Most people love to use the wide angle lens as the "landscape" lens and most use it incorrectly.  Using a wide angle lens to do landscape, you must pay attention to the foreground.  Take Picture ...
  • No camera platform is perfect so I don't see the need to go all in or all out with any system.  I almost did that and regretted.  When it comes to focus tracking fast moving kids, m/43 is just not ...
  • The key to maintain the same IQ in terms of noise and DR with a smaller sensor is to use fast lens. Since the FF sensor has about a 1-1.5 stop advantage, if you get a f4 vs for the FF, you would ...
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