sdhiker: Does anyone have any idea on how to cut down the vignetting I'm getting when using a Nikon 400mm f/2.8 on my Sony A7M2?
I borrowed this lens from a client hoping to get some great pictures using an adapter with my Sony A7M2, but its extremely hard to get rid of this vignetting even in post processing.
Attached with a Metabones Nikon F to Emount T adapter.
Here is an example after lens correction in Lightroom. https://www.flickr.com/gp/133105792@N04/17Bn9i
I'g guess it is the e-mount which is not open/wide enough for long and bright tele lenses.Another way to look at it, the problem is the shorter camera registration, thus the e-mount opening is too close to the sensor mechanically contributing to vignetting... Best is to use each lens with its camera model and vice versa :)
stromaroma: Why the stupid XQD port? Why no popup flash? Wildlife photographers often find themselves in situations without a flash and the popup can save the shot. Why the low flash sync speed? Does it have auto mode? Sometimes you don't want to / can't think and just want to point n shoot.
Skipping the popup flash is one the best thing Nikon did to this camera -- it made it more solid and professional and for sure helped increase viewfinder's magnification....
fatdeeman: Apple accounts for about 17% of smartphones.....why do these companies keep doing it? Is it because their own designers only use Apple?
In addition to high market share of a compatible iPhone designs and a stable product, iPhone owners are more likely to pay for such accessories.
GPW: Who gives a crap except the few that can afford this niche camera. Nikon you idiots
This is a very rude comment. Yes, it is not a mass audience camera, but targets one of the most beautiful application of photography. The joy it will give to many amateur astronomers and the applauds it will create of their admirers, bravo to Nikon it made the effort to create this camera. And, mind you, for the targeted usage it is actually very good price.
Zvonimir Tosic: This is the 135 format camera that EVERYBODY was waiting for. Even those folks who had FF before. Why?Because whenever it comes to a certain market, be it MF with their 645Z, or crop market with their K-5 and K-3, Pentax redefines expectations.This one will most likely redefine anyone's understanding of what a good FF DSLR should be. Pentax is coming back to the playground Pentax HAS INVENTED, and they will surely punch high.
I've liked your reply because it is just naive. Readiness and experience comes with practice and being "ready . And I mean ready" doesn't come for free. And all of a sudden. It needs iterations, presence on the market, etc. for a while. It is true FF is "a little bit" more than APS and "a little bit" less than MF and Pentax has experience in those, but others haven't been hiding in the caves for all that time. So, when "they are ready" and enter the market of FF it doesn't grant them leading position, they have to win it. And they have highly capable competitors to deal with. Long gone is the time of SMC Takumars, even that one was lost.
gunkan: Nikon 1? really???
Fuji X-A1 is just amazing.
I have both , the Nikon 1 and Fujifilm X-E1. They both can produce excellent images (for Nikon 1 from RAW.) In some occasions equally preferable, in others each with its own strengths. If I have to chose and keep only one of those two, I'll go for the Nikon 1, it is simply unique and very practical.
Photoman: Love that these companies still use weasel bytes. 1MB=1,000,000 bytes. Shold be 1,024,000 for 1MB.
:) Close. The correct number is 1,048,576 (1024 x 1024) 1KB has 1024 bytes and 1MB has 1024 kilobytes, i.e. two to the power of twenty.
rjx: On a lighter note.
This monkey makes better selfies than 99% of the selfies made by humans.
Therefore, it deserves the copyright over Mr. Slater...
edu T: Just a little question I believe no one's posed yet... what good would it be for Mr. Stater to have his (or the monkey's) photo deleted?
I'd guess Mr. Slater didn't think about it as well. The Monkey made him famous, keep it out there..
Raist3d: I am a bit confused about the article take on AA removal note D810- I thought the D800E had exactly that too? OPLF removed and not some weird "canceling" process operation?
Enjoyed the writting style.
Read the original article about D800E at DPreview -- there are even illustrations about it. Having two low pass filters cancelling each other made sense at the time as this was allowing camera construction, internal dimensions and their calibration ( D800 and D800E) be the same.
"... are gearing up for a rare meteorological event" ...That's NOT "meteorological" event! It is, and it has always been an ASTRONOMICAL event.
DPreview didn't bother to fully review D4, finally a chance at least to do it for D4s.
Robert Garcia NYC: they finally got someone that can shoot
+1 as well. Most of their shots in the albums are done by mindlessly pointing the camera in random directions, except some portraiture of models.
Sonyshine: Since when did two turkeys make an apple?
I feel sorry for Nokia - OK they sitting in a mess of their own making but most of us have fond memoies of our first Nokia smartphone - unlike Microsoft where our early memories are of slow computers constantly crashing and the Blue Screen of Death.
I fear this will end in tears for all concerned.
In addition to EXR and X-Trans don't forget Fuji's Honeycomb Super-CCD Sensor perhaps the most unique and film like (with S+R sites) quality one.
phudson126: Its amazing what mobile phones can do these days with the help of different apps. Its also a bit surprising that people are still interested in investing on professional mobile phones in spite of the features available on mobile cameras today. Cameras on mobile phones are definitely a big time threat to stand alone cameras thanks to apps such as the one mentioned above.
> Name a phone camera with a sensor the size of the sensor in the Canon S95?
Nokia 808 pureview - it has 1.2" sensor! -- Name a P&S camera having such sensor, 41Mpix with the flexibility to bin them for low noise and/or good dynamic range...