alxdava

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alxdava: Nikon shoot them selfs in the margin sales :))). Canon was smarter. The price is big, also the discounts in near future, not to mention accesories which can be shiped with. In the long term, prices will be almost the same, but the cream will on the Canon cake.

you are wrong. Canon will drop the price, but will be on par with Nikon. you thing that people who own Canon glass will swich for 200-200$ or Euro? at this time nobody has an idea how those camera works in real life. the hit or the fail will be in the 30 days after first sales. why? becouse you have return policy on your side and if you don't like the camera you can send it back.
just wait and see.

Link | Posted on Mar 28, 2012 at 06:54 UTC

Nikon shoot them selfs in the margin sales :))). Canon was smarter. The price is big, also the discounts in near future, not to mention accesories which can be shiped with. In the long term, prices will be almost the same, but the cream will on the Canon cake.

Link | Posted on Mar 27, 2012 at 07:35 UTC as 49th comment | 3 replies
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itsmeavi: I was really thinking of upgrading to full frame (from D80) and was waiting for D800 release and this price increase is final blow to that thought :)

... Frankly after reading previews and going through samples i wasn't really seeing any compelling reason to buy D800 as i don't go above ISO3200 and picture size of 8MP is sufficient as of now. I think with release of Nikon D800 and Canon 5DIII both companies have followed each others path instead of their own.

Well i will wait for Nikon D900 now and hope Nikon doesn't disappoint me then :) ... until then will buy Nikon 70-200VRII and learn more.

you're funny!!! :)))))))) you wanted to buy an almost 3000$E item, and for 200 more you stoped?!!!!how ridicolous!!!:)))))

Link | Posted on Mar 26, 2012 at 17:25 UTC
On article Olympus OM-D E-M5 low light high ISO sample series (283 comments in total)
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Anastigmat: Anyone who expects good high ISO performance from a sensor that is half the size of a full frame model is a fool, and a fool and his money will soon part company. If high ISO performance is of paramount importance, look instead at full frame cameras like the Canon 5DMKIII and Nikon D4.

man, i think you are at least a fool. people don't need a Ferrari to drive on the highway. if is not the best that doesn't mean that is not enough for the majority MORON.

Link | Posted on Mar 10, 2012 at 20:25 UTC
On article Just Posted: Nikon D4 Studio Test Samples (309 comments in total)
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Sdaniella: D4 fares poorly for fine details as it hits ISO 1600 and beyond:

@ISO1600
D4 vs PowerShot G1X vs Sony NEX-7 vs 645D
http://tinyurl.com/87eod5r

in exchange, as D3/D3s, before it, because of less details to worry that NR will smooth out (gets it mushy), it can afford to do very nice NR until way up in the higher ISO ranges

it would be expected for any system where coarse details left intact are more important than fine details intact; so the lo-res clean hi-ISO for minimal noise at the expense of such fine details is a well understood tradeoff

it all depends on your objective when capturing a subject

going up to higher ISO 6400, is where Nikon has fared much better for clean NR with least noise, albeit at even less fine details retained

at ISO 6400, the 645D sample wasn't available from DPR, so i replaced it with the D3s, which did well before

@ISO6400
D4 vs PowerShot G1X vs Sony NEX-7 vs D3s
http://tinyurl.com/7mfkaea

higher Mp offers more details and more noise even if NR used

Canon watch DOG!

Link | Posted on Mar 3, 2012 at 08:02 UTC
On article Canon EOS 5D Mark III hands-on preview and video (270 comments in total)
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Mark2012: It just confirmed my decision to switch to Sony. The price is too high, lack of in body IS sucks, frame rate sucks ( i got used to Sony’s numbers), no swivel screen, overall not much for a LOT of cash. If Sony A99 can match it in terms of ISO performance, it'll be a no brainer. If not, d800 is a better option.

in a system, lenses are the value. for a true pro, changing systems is a very hard thing to do, becouse, in real terms, diferences in IQ between the cameras at the same level are small.
big diferences between D300s and 7D?!!! nope. between D700 and 5DII?!!! nope. just in futures on the paper and in ergonomics. in real life not too much, under 3%. sooo, for 3-5% is good to sell and buy another set of lenses that you don't know how it works, ho won't give you money until you'll learn how to used?

Link | Posted on Mar 2, 2012 at 07:48 UTC
On article Canon announces EOS 5D Mark III 22MP full-frame DSLR (488 comments in total)
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Sdaniella: Seriously, i waited about 80 minutes just to see all the predictable goons come out (let's see how many?)

how much s..t can you eat for Canon?!!!! just asking...

Link | Posted on Mar 2, 2012 at 07:01 UTC
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eyefuse: So independent filmmakers and amateurs will still use their ~2000€ cameras for anything they do.. Nothing new here.. An expensive piece of equipment that other broadcast manufacturers have provided for years.. I don't see the point?

nope. 20K$=20k Euro

Link | Posted on Nov 4, 2011 at 18:45 UTC

great job!

Link | Posted on Feb 4, 2011 at 19:31 UTC as 2nd comment
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