CacoCardoso

CacoCardoso

Lives in Brazil Brazil
Joined on Jul 8, 2008

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magich: Impossible to download. Maybe to mach access requests to the page for downloading.
when someone advertises something on a website, should calculate the expected number of accesses on the basis of the number of people reached by advertising. Otherwise just makes so many people waste time.

Good point..I'm disappointed too.

Direct link | Posted on Dec 11, 2011 at 10:26 UTC

The download didn't work in my case. I tried it several times.

Direct link | Posted on Dec 11, 2011 at 09:56 UTC as 258th comment
On First Impressions: Using the Nikon V1 article (131 comments in total)

Congrats for your "to the point" comments Torn and Katchurian.
I'm one of those attracted by the word Nikon, but the limited DOF control, the large pack with such a small sensor and the Leica-Like price altogether have damaged this camera's appeal to advanced photographers.

Direct link | Posted on Oct 24, 2011 at 15:13 UTC as 25th comment
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Josh152: Personally my only problem with this whole cloud movement is that you lose control of your data to a some third party who you can't even audit to make sure they are respecting your privacy. You have to take their word for it that they aren't sifting through your files or letting others do so. All this "cloud" stuff just seems like a huge data mining scheme to me.

Good point. I would not store any proprietary, confidential data in a cloud service which doesn't provide a firm statement or agreement about how such data will be managed and protected.

Direct link | Posted on Oct 22, 2011 at 20:43 UTC

Horrible press release. Interesting cameras.
The 10 mm f/2.8 looks fine.
At least one more fast and long prime lens like a VR f/1.8 100 mm equivalent is missing.
The zooms may be compact but are too slow, providing almost no DOF control.
IMHO the system has a long way to go. Nikon may run and come with the missing items soon, depending on which market segment they look for.

Direct link | Posted on Sep 21, 2011 at 04:56 UTC as 434th comment
On Preview:canons100 (323 comments in total)

Why DPReview stop publishing the sensor's pixel density in the camera's specs as before?
Pixel density increases may be desired by many but they aren't always a good thing.

Posted on Sep 20, 2011 at 22:52 UTC as 81st comment
On Adobe announces Photoshop Elements 10 article (24 comments in total)

A LR feature is to be a 16 bit software. I guess that at least some of PSE and PS functions require reducing the files to 8 bit only.

Direct link | Posted on Sep 20, 2011 at 10:44 UTC as 8th comment
On Just Posted: Canon PowerShot S100 hands-on preview article (165 comments in total)
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CacoCardoso: I wonder why no top DSLR manufacturer makes a new, compact system camera with:
A good EVF,
An APS size sensor with VR,
A large back LCD screen,
Three fast, compact primes, and compatibility with its DSLR lens system,
State of art autofocus, sensitivity, low noise, etc,
Reasonable prices, around 50% of
Are the likes of the Nikon D7000 the most compact high quality cameras the industry can make?
I wouldn't move from a D7000 to any of the current "mirror less" systems - what an unfortunate name, by the way. But I will add a Canon D95 or D100.

I guess I described a compact Leica-like system camera, maybe an EVIL camera. But it should be 50% or 40% cheaper than a Leica M9 and have a sensor no smaller than APC or APS size. A full frame would be better for DOF control, but could make it too big, as well as the lenses. I'm disappointed by the small sensor of Nikon's new mirror-less system.

Direct link | Posted on Sep 16, 2011 at 18:34 UTC
On Just Posted: Canon PowerShot S100 hands-on preview article (165 comments in total)

I wonder why no top DSLR manufacturer makes a new, compact system camera with:
A good EVF,
An APS size sensor with VR,
A large back LCD screen,
Three fast, compact primes, and compatibility with its DSLR lens system,
State of art autofocus, sensitivity, low noise, etc,
Reasonable prices, around 50% of
Are the likes of the Nikon D7000 the most compact high quality cameras the industry can make?
I wouldn't move from a D7000 to any of the current "mirror less" systems - what an unfortunate name, by the way. But I will add a Canon D95 or D100.

Direct link | Posted on Sep 16, 2011 at 02:41 UTC as 29th comment | 3 replies
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