AndreaV

AndreaV

Joined on Feb 12, 2013

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  • Yeah, maybe you can look to the 16-35mm f2.8 and the 14mm f2.8... they sounds quite similar to a 14-24mm f2.8. Does nikon has a 17mm tilt & shift lens for instance? Come on! In your country miles ...
  • Absolutely! Give me a camera that doesn't need a photographer!! @69chevy: you should definitely consider upgrading your cat to a sharper one! Maybe you can still return it and get a new copy of it...
  • I had the same experience. I used to shot JPEG only for about 4 years when I switched from film to digital. I still think it totally make sense if you don't do any post processing. Anyway, after ...
  • No highest resolution, ok, but as for the ISO I was having a look at the noise at 25600ISO and I would say that the Canon 6D perform better than the Nikon D800 with it's famous great Sony sensor:
  • Beside that they are renewing many of their lenses with new optical designs and serious improvements (like the 24-70 f2.8L II). For what matter digital in general they are the first that released ...
  • I hope many more than 24000! My Canon 350D passed that number long time ago and it's still working great!

  • I'm 32, but my camera is staying as it is too! :)
  • What if I use the same physical lens on different formats (thing that I regularly do)? which numbers should be written on the lens barrel since they would be suddenly dependent on the body they're ...
  • As I said... get a Fuji and it's already implemented! ;)
  • My Fuji x-pro1 shows the distance and the DoF in the viewfinder, exactly as you're proposing! :) Unfortunately the DoF is calculated on a pixel-to-pixel sharpness basis and this make it way too ...
  • On most DSLRs there is a button called DoF preview that simply close the lens to the set aperture and allow you to see exactly what is in focus and what's not... and this at least since the 70s! ;) ...
  • Ok, but this sounds quite complicated to me! And I don't see the advantage in actual shooting... I know my lenses and my cameras and I don't need equivalent numbers to know how I get the same DoF ...
  • I think I didn't explained myself very well... I just meant that for the cameras I'm using I know which is the maximum ISO value for which I consider the noise acceptable (2000, 2000 and 800 ...
  • Sorry... I don't understand your reply... what do you mean...?
  • I think the most important parameter is if the photo is correctly EXPOSED or not. In this case the actual system is the simplest! Take whatever camera, from a view camera from the '20s till the ...
  • Quite a lot of hypothesis here! I shoot 3 different cameras, 1.5x, 1.6x and 1.33x, one produced in 2004, one in 2007 and one in 2012. Guess what? For both the 1.5x and 1.33x the highest ISO that ...
  • But still I don't see how it would improve your photography! It would just mess up the definition of a certain lens, basically pretending that the same physical  lens is changing depending on ...
  • Replied in Not a fan.
    Exactly! I use my lenses on both FF (film), 1.33 crop and 1.6 crop. Should I change the definition af focal length and aperture of the same lens mounting it of different cameras?? My 50mm f1.4 is ...
  • Leica M mount was born on 35mm film more than 60 years ago...has always been FF!
    Isn't f1.4 on cropped format not enough shallow DoF?? Really? What do you need to shoot?

  • Yes, exactly. You lose the TTL automation of your flash, but you can shot with mixed brands (I did it with a friends: he was shooting nikon, me canon, triggering at the same time a few canon and...

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