kjh7

kjh7

Lives in Japan Soka-shi, Japan
Joined on Dec 15, 2011

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On Fujifilm XQ1 Preview preview (161 comments in total)

This looks like a very nice alternative to the Canon S-Series. I liked the S-series, but after the problems i.e the 'Lens Error' , it's hard for me to trust another one whether it's the S100, 110 or 120. I think I am going to check out the Fuji XF-1 or XQ1. The sensor is also much bigger than the one in the Canon. I can pick up this camera today in my area for $400, but I will wait for a full-review and the price to go down a little before I buy.

Direct link | Posted on Oct 22, 2013 at 05:30 UTC as 34th comment
On Canon Powershot G15 Preview preview (246 comments in total)
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kjh7: Had a chance to check out this camera. Why are people complaining? The fixed display lowers the weight, and it very clear. It's much easier to hold for longer periods because it's only 310g. The lens is bright and fast, and menu system is typical Canon, which is good. I would have liked a dedicated ISO button, but no biggie. Just waiting for the price to go down a bit.

Sorry, it's 352g with battery.

Direct link | Posted on Oct 14, 2012 at 04:17 UTC
On Canon Powershot G15 Preview preview (246 comments in total)

Had a chance to check out this camera. Why are people complaining? The fixed display lowers the weight, and it very clear. It's much easier to hold for longer periods because it's only 310g. The lens is bright and fast, and menu system is typical Canon, which is good. I would have liked a dedicated ISO button, but no biggie. Just waiting for the price to go down a bit.

Direct link | Posted on Oct 13, 2012 at 09:20 UTC as 27th comment | 5 replies
On Mirrorless Cameras: A Primer article (183 comments in total)
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likesfilm: My first time here.

As a long -time photographer (decades), it is frustrating to read so often that the weight of a full-size camera is such a frequent disadvantage. I have been fortunate to be able to use cameras of all sizes and weight over the years, both digital and film based. The bulk and weight of the larger cameras has always felt better and more stable in my hands.

Of course there is a valuable place and usage for all sizes of camera, but do the majority of experienced amateurs and pros who read this magazine really believe full-size camera weight is as bad as the reviewers would have you believe?

I don't get it. Is it an age thing?; because I still like viewfinders, too. Is it manufacturer driven, as I might believe? Do the majority of reviewers and writers have enough years behind a lens to really know the advantages of a heavier weight camera. Are we just getting lazy?

Do any of you agree with me? Thank you.

Viewfinders-that's one thing I miss on a lot of cameras. A bright, high resolution vf is much more useful than a high resolution display!

Direct link | Posted on Dec 16, 2011 at 03:41 UTC
On Mirrorless Cameras: A Primer article (183 comments in total)

I "upgraded" to an Olympus E-PL2 from a Nikon D40. I love my Olympus! My Nikon was just too heavy(though the lightest DSLR), so I rarely put it in my bag and missed a lot of pic opportunities. Now, I can take my PL2 with me all the time. The image quality is excellent, it's light, and it has some really cool features. I am so glad I bought a mirrorless camera. I highly recommend them!

Direct link | Posted on Dec 15, 2011 at 23:53 UTC as 76th comment
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