OP and MIKE_PEAT are right according to this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/135_filmThe term "full frame" was misused by high-end digital camera manufactures because 135 standard (35mm) was the...
OP and MIKE_PEAT are right according to this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/135_film
The term "full frame" was misused by high-end digital camera manufactures because 135 standard (35mm) was the...
I can imagine a Nikon employee using exact same pivoted result to show their bosses, hahaha.
I think it is great to have tools such as Lightroom and Photoshop. They give people MORE creative freedom. With even a basic camera one can already take artistic photos, in the old days through...
It does have a Sony sensor....
Agree, for average consumer like me it is Best value for the buck.
It is normal for the owners of those expansive and heavy lenses to feel threatened because resale values are dropping fast. More and more people are dumping their mid to low end DSLR systems.
If you installed quicktime then you don't need to use the rename trick.
I had this problem before trying to import E-M5 video file into Premiere CS6. I don't have Quicktime installed on my PC and was getting the same error as you and then I tried renaming the file to...
Great series of photo. Thanks for sharing.
I hope Olympus would correct lateral CA in camera like Panasonic does and for videos too.
For me the 3rd photo gives the most miniaturized look. While the 4th one is good as subject isolation.
That is a powerful portrait.
Great series of photos. Like the action shots, good skills for the panning one at 150mm. I also like those interesting terrain features.
Love those almost 3D like look of their scales especially the last photo.
Thanks for sharing these very interesting photos. Things that I don't see very often.
Nice photo. The eldest one didn't seem to get as much reflected light. What is the size of the reflector your have I am thinking about getting one too.
Great shot, clever use of lens flare.
Thanks for the mini review and your fine photos. Really wish there are fogs near where I live to pratice those sort of shots... I probably won't be able to wake up that early :)
I agree for people with a limited budget like me, it is definitely a lot more fun to be able to buy a m4/3 camera plus a few good native lenses for the price of a D800 body.