princewolf

princewolf

Lives in Turkey IZMIR, Turkey
Works as a Research Assistant
Joined on Mar 3, 2009

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On Price released for Brikk's 24k gold Nikon Df article (154 comments in total)

I like silver better ;)

Direct link | Posted on Oct 30, 2014 at 20:13 UTC as 68th comment
On First Hasselblad in space goes to auction next month article (38 comments in total)

Let's be reasonable and settle for 1000 EU plus shipping.

Direct link | Posted on Oct 30, 2014 at 16:13 UTC as 5th comment

Now that IS interesting!

Direct link | Posted on Oct 29, 2014 at 18:41 UTC as 15th comment
On Tune in to DPReview Live this Thursday and Friday article (238 comments in total)
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Eleson: Interesting dpr-talk on user interface. Aren't we all very conservative in terms of the look and feel? - Due to conservative users.
Some of the cameras that have tried to change the approach have been more or less slaughtered and dismissed as cameras for non-photographers.
No photog's in their right minds would invent the Sony QX series!

It reminds me of when japanese motorcycles was introduced in europe. It was by many not looked upon as real bikes as they didn't leak oil, you didn't need to know that much about servicing a bike.
But it turned out that the new riders was more interested in riding that servicing.

Many iPhone shooters want better pictures, but couldn't care less about f-stop, (t-stop), and totally strange shutter speed options, and something called ISO (the gain setting of an OP-amp ??? plz ...) . Oh, and sensor sizes.
- Some actually think that a 1" sensor is 1" in atleast one direction!

Today, it's a lot like only F1 drivers and servicemen review cars...

I'm sorry I was thinking he was serious. I never said knowing f-stops makes you a photographer, but not knowing them makes sure that you are not one. And I cannot agree that one can be a great photographer without knowing f-stops. It's like me calling myself an F1 driver just because I can drive a car. What I will agree on is that there are a lot of people out there who want to invest little time and effort to get the best results. Unfortunately, that will never happen. Yes, there are people who expect to buy expertise and knowledge in the box together with their camera, and with all due respect they can snap away all they want with their smartphones and call themselves photographers. I personally and politely don't agree.

Direct link | Posted on Oct 11, 2014 at 10:06 UTC
On Tune in to DPReview Live this Thursday and Friday article (238 comments in total)
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Eleson: Interesting dpr-talk on user interface. Aren't we all very conservative in terms of the look and feel? - Due to conservative users.
Some of the cameras that have tried to change the approach have been more or less slaughtered and dismissed as cameras for non-photographers.
No photog's in their right minds would invent the Sony QX series!

It reminds me of when japanese motorcycles was introduced in europe. It was by many not looked upon as real bikes as they didn't leak oil, you didn't need to know that much about servicing a bike.
But it turned out that the new riders was more interested in riding that servicing.

Many iPhone shooters want better pictures, but couldn't care less about f-stop, (t-stop), and totally strange shutter speed options, and something called ISO (the gain setting of an OP-amp ??? plz ...) . Oh, and sensor sizes.
- Some actually think that a 1" sensor is 1" in atleast one direction!

Today, it's a lot like only F1 drivers and servicemen review cars...

FYI a stop is basically a step that allows you to take twice as much light in. And for shutter speed and ISO you can check the web that explains it in eloquent simplicity. It's not rocket science, but if you are adamant about not learning those and still want to call yourself a photographer, I wish you good luck. I'm really curious to know how you would print your pictures for an exhibition without knowing the sensor size. I can go on an on, but frankly, I'm surprised you take the trouble to post on this website while you cannot be troubled to learn the absolute basics of photography.

Direct link | Posted on Oct 11, 2014 at 09:36 UTC
On Tune in to DPReview Live this Thursday and Friday article (238 comments in total)
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Eleson: Interesting dpr-talk on user interface. Aren't we all very conservative in terms of the look and feel? - Due to conservative users.
Some of the cameras that have tried to change the approach have been more or less slaughtered and dismissed as cameras for non-photographers.
No photog's in their right minds would invent the Sony QX series!

It reminds me of when japanese motorcycles was introduced in europe. It was by many not looked upon as real bikes as they didn't leak oil, you didn't need to know that much about servicing a bike.
But it turned out that the new riders was more interested in riding that servicing.

Many iPhone shooters want better pictures, but couldn't care less about f-stop, (t-stop), and totally strange shutter speed options, and something called ISO (the gain setting of an OP-amp ??? plz ...) . Oh, and sensor sizes.
- Some actually think that a 1" sensor is 1" in atleast one direction!

Today, it's a lot like only F1 drivers and servicemen review cars...

"Many iPhone shooters want better pictures, but couldn't care less about f-stop, (t-stop), and totally strange shutter speed options, and something called ISO (the gain setting of an OP-amp ??? plz ...) . Oh, and sensor sizes."

And these are exactly the people who are not photographers. And I cannot imagine how they want better pictures without knowing these. It's like me buying a canvas and oil paint set and then call myself a painter.

Direct link | Posted on Oct 11, 2014 at 09:07 UTC
On Tiny fps1000 high-speed camera boasts 18,500fps article (137 comments in total)

Finally some innovation... I am currently using 44100 fps with a line-scan camera, so this is still not suitable for my academic studies, but certainly a move in the right direction. Bravo!

Direct link | Posted on Oct 9, 2014 at 10:19 UTC as 54th comment
On Tune in to DPReview Live this Thursday and Friday article (238 comments in total)
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Mark Banas: You've got the names of all the photographers to be interviewed, and of the industry reps expected to chatter on about their wares... but what of the all-important list of DPReview staff that will be appearing?
Will Rishi expound on his ultra-macro work?
Will Simon make an appearance in between meetings?
Will Barney stroke his facial hair thoughtfully?
Will Allison be the hand model for a 1Dx?
And what about the coffee??!!?

I might just have to tune in...

I'm looking forward to Allison's hands...

Direct link | Posted on Oct 9, 2014 at 08:55 UTC
On Tune in to DPReview Live this Thursday and Friday article (238 comments in total)
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Sir Canon: Cant they do this on the weekend.

I will watch 100 times... if it will it earn me a DSLR kit :)

Direct link | Posted on Oct 8, 2014 at 21:09 UTC
On Tune in to DPReview Live this Thursday and Friday article (238 comments in total)
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SKPhoto12: I am astounded by all the requests for " a small, portable, mirrorless, rangefinder style" medium format camera!! It is an oxymoron. Why not ask about the continued trend to smaller, simpler, high quality, mirrorless bodies that produce IQ more and more like the big DSLR's? Fuji, Olympus, Sony, Samsung and Panasonic have been trendsetters and it would be so nice if Nikon and Canon would follow.

We will all see together. I guess you are happy with your smartphone and there's nothing wrong with that. Some people are not. Remember the days when sensors smaller than APS-C sold for thousands of dollars. Now they are in kids' hands.

Direct link | Posted on Oct 8, 2014 at 21:08 UTC
On Tune in to DPReview Live this Thursday and Friday article (238 comments in total)
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SKPhoto12: I am astounded by all the requests for " a small, portable, mirrorless, rangefinder style" medium format camera!! It is an oxymoron. Why not ask about the continued trend to smaller, simpler, high quality, mirrorless bodies that produce IQ more and more like the big DSLR's? Fuji, Olympus, Sony, Samsung and Panasonic have been trendsetters and it would be so nice if Nikon and Canon would follow.

"small portable body" is a very relative term. How small is good enough for you? A mirror less camera will be smaller than a mirror box camera. AFAIK there is no mirror less MF digital in the market right now, people are right to demand it (OP says he is astounded by the requests) and the first company to make it will score a great success.

Direct link | Posted on Oct 8, 2014 at 17:12 UTC
On Tune in to DPReview Live this Thursday and Friday article (238 comments in total)
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SKPhoto12: I am astounded by all the requests for " a small, portable, mirrorless, rangefinder style" medium format camera!! It is an oxymoron. Why not ask about the continued trend to smaller, simpler, high quality, mirrorless bodies that produce IQ more and more like the big DSLR's? Fuji, Olympus, Sony, Samsung and Panasonic have been trendsetters and it would be so nice if Nikon and Canon would follow.

I will have to politely disagree. MF is coming, like it or not. It is the future. As technology advances, larger sensors will fit into relatively smaller bodies, see RX1 with FF sensor. If you wish to go simpler and smaller, I can argue why not use your 41MP smartphone. I agree that Canikon are falling behind the technology race, but I differ in the reasons why. And you can get more and more like all you want, an APS-C will never be as good as FF, and FF will be never as good as MF. Your choice of APS-C may be the best for you, but don't try and justify it by saying that MF is a waste of time.

Direct link | Posted on Oct 8, 2014 at 13:52 UTC
On Tune in to DPReview Live this Thursday and Friday article (238 comments in total)

"current technological advancements"... I'm sorry, I don't see any.

Question to be asked to Fuji and Sony: MF mirror less-fixed lens...

Direct link | Posted on Oct 8, 2014 at 09:53 UTC as 57th comment
On 'See Impossible': Canon counts down to... something. article (1666 comments in total)

It's impossible to open the site even though the clock has run down to zero, therefore we see impossible...

A webpage that is impossible to access... original idea, Canon...

Direct link | Posted on Oct 7, 2014 at 09:00 UTC as 525th comment
On 'See Impossible': Canon counts down to... something. article (1666 comments in total)
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Ramesh: It was mentioned in "Canon Rumors" that the campaign originated in following IP addresses 216.146.46.11 , 216.146.46.10,both of which are hosted on the same server as Phaseone.com!. Probably canon is entering MF by buying Phase One!

There are rumors since God knows when about Canon entering MF and while I would love to have that to be the case, I highly doubt it.

Direct link | Posted on Oct 6, 2014 at 18:16 UTC
On 'See Impossible': Canon counts down to... something. article (1666 comments in total)
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fnrlampa: Canon is goin to annouce that they are goin into the washing machine business

Might do well for them too :)

Direct link | Posted on Oct 6, 2014 at 13:03 UTC
On 'See Impossible': Canon counts down to... something. article (1666 comments in total)
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DPhotoWriter: Medium format compact mirrorless camera - woot

I wish it, but I don't expect it :(

Direct link | Posted on Oct 6, 2014 at 08:28 UTC
On Post-Photokina polls - Tell us what you think article (198 comments in total)
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ManuelVilardeMacedo: I voted "full frame or nothing", though I don't really appreciate the implication of fanaticism that sentence contains. Having used 4/3 for years and dipped a toe or two in APS-C, and having a substancial experience with the real full frame (135 film), I believe full frame is the only way for digital to go. It's better at everything compared to smaller formats. As demand increases, chances are we'll see truly affordable full frame systems very soon.
Of course one could go over the top and vote for medium format, but are our computers up to handling such large files? Full frame is actually more sensible than it appears to 1", 4/3 and APS-C users - as long as one doesn't go bananas and buys 36 MP cameras.
Some months ago I had the chance to sort a Nikon Df. I fell in love even before holding it. It's such a capable camera! I wish people would look at it without prejudice.

Look! A user posted an opinion! Let's burn him at the stake...

Direct link | Posted on Oct 4, 2014 at 15:45 UTC
On Post-Photokina polls - Tell us what you think article (198 comments in total)
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Rick Knepper: I voted for medium format. I would think anyone who has inspected a RAW from this format in recent years and are not blind would have to admit that the IQ is unparalleled by any sensor smaller. Of course, there are many valid reasons to reject MF: price & other costs, capabilities such as high ISO, fps, or portability, and the poor man's complaint: file size.

That makes two of us... while many seems to disagree, affordable relatively compact 50MP fixed-lens camera would be a killer. I think they can build it, just holding it back until they can sell more of their conventional cameras.

Direct link | Posted on Oct 4, 2014 at 15:19 UTC
On Photokina 2014: Quiet but significant article (165 comments in total)
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alkaabi: i beg to differ; I don't see what is so significant in this show. all old technology in new cases. We where expecting big news; such as new Medium format camera from sony with fixed lens. or new advancement in lens technology or size. or new Leica M (yeh yeh there was new Ms that no one will buy). I mean, nothing, zilch, just another show that adds nothing.

True, I don't like their IQ enough. And what should I use within a price range of less than 5000 USD, might I ask? I think you assume everybody can cash out 10000 on a camera. So many of the users ARE forced to buy APS-C or FF. If Sony or Fuji could come up with an affordable mirror less fixed lens camera THAT would be big news. I feel strange I have to explain it, it's not so hard to understand.

Direct link | Posted on Sep 29, 2014 at 16:49 UTC
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