Allan Olesen

Allan Olesen

Joined on Jul 14, 2012

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  • It is fortunately not that bad. The f/44 was the FF equivalent number. But your Nikon is not FF. So it would be more correct to say that f/22 on your Olympus will give the same diffraction as f/30 ...
  • Correct. Even if you don't use the word "dude" to emphasize your message.
  • A 14 bit raw file contains 14 bits of information per pixel. A 16 bit TIFF file contains 48 bits of information per pixel - 16 bits in each of the three colour channels. Both are equally ...
  • That is very strange, since I never had a flash issue and never wrote that I had. I have not written anything about Laredo closing either.
  • Strange reaction. I just told you about it. Are you accusing me of lying? You should read the thread about overheating Sony flashes. There were some real horror stories about exactly this.
  • Well, I can't help wondering how much is Sony's fault and how much is Precision's fault. From the stories in this forum, it doesn't sound like Sony did much to manage a smooth transition. To the ...
  • Correct. The processing order in Lightroom is always the same, independent of the order in which you applied the settings. (Of course assuming that you do not export from LR to another piece of ...
  • Oh, so DxO is also applying tone changes before saving as linear DNG? So now we have two lossy operations, demosaicing and tone changes, instead of just the one we were discussing. You seem to be ...
  • You convert your original raw to a demosaiced, linear DNG. Someone comes up with a better demosiacing routine. But you have lost your original, unmosaiced data, so you can't benefit from this ...
  • The sensors used in Sony RX100 and the Nikon 1 models use this nomenclature: They are described as 1". They are 3:2 aspect ratio. (But I have no idea if 1" is actually one of the original vidicon ...
  • Is it more weird than some people insisting that 24x36 mm sensors should be referred to as "35 mm", just because the width of the film rolls originally used for that frame size was 35 mm?
  • Which has nothing to do with what I said. ...and that statement is exactly the kind of naivity I am referring to. You can win an armed war against a country. You cannot win an armed war against an ...
  • But still you reply... This is not a thread about the understanding of aspect ratios. We very well understand what an aspect ratio is. We are talking about the origin of the naming of a sensor ...
  • It is a natural consequence. Unfortunately, many US citizens seem to think so. Just as they think you can win an armed war on terrorism. It is so incredibly naive that I have no words to describe ...
  • Note that it says "emphasis on", not "name comes from".
  • Exactly. And on top of that: Even if they committed terrorism after being released, it could hardly be considered a proof of them being terrorist before their capture. If I were an innocent person ...
  • Well, isn't that what you are using when exporting from DxO? Without even knowing DxO, I can tell you that there are logically two options: (1) You are exporting to normal, non-linear DNG which ...
  • Strange. In that page I can only find one place where the origin of the name is described, and it says this: The name of the system stems from the size of the image sensor used in the cameras, ...
  • I understood that the first time you wrote it. And I gave you a reply which you have not responded to. So I try again: If all you need for adequately exposing 1 pixel is 5 seconds of light, why do ...
  • With ISOless you still need the same amount of light to get the same result. So you can't just shorten the exposure duration. Now you will say: "But I will get the same amount of light - per pixel!". ...
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