LukeLT63

LukeLT63

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On Nikon D750 Review preview (1902 comments in total)

I still do not understand why the manufacturers of cameras integrate Wi-Fi into their bodies and not the GPS which I think for most photographers (especially naturalists, landscaping, street and holiday) is much more useful ... .I find it hard to think that the Wi-Fi is more required than GPS ...... I hope will have their right motivation market ...

Direct link | Posted on Apr 13, 2015 at 07:49 UTC as 67th comment | 2 replies

I still do not understand why the manufacturers of cameras integrate Wi-Fi into their bodies and not the GPS which I think for most photographers (especially naturalists, landscaping, street and holiday) is much more useful ... .I find it hard to think that the Wi-Fi is more required than GPS ...... I hope will have their right motivation market ...

Direct link | Posted on Apr 13, 2015 at 07:47 UTC as 22nd comment | 1 reply
On Nikon D7200 First Impressions Review preview (859 comments in total)
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LukeLT63: Nikon has come out with a decent D300 replacement for my opinion. The 1.3x crop mode will work perfectly for sports and give us 7 fps. It has a larger buffer. The D7200 now has the buffer capacity that surpasses all previous-generation DX cameras from Nikon. With a continuous shooting speed of 6 fps, la D7200 Nikon at 14-bit will last 3 seconds before the buffer starts filling up and if you choose 12-bit lossless format, you are looking at 4.5 seconds of continuous shooting, which is usually plenty for most situations as someone pointed out.
Then there is to say that the AF Performance of D7200 has the industry leading low light AF performance of the D750, down to -3 EV.
The Video of D7200 inherits the full video capability of the D810 which includes auto ISO, and which again is a significant enhancement.

David Vella
I agree with you that Nikon seems to have abandoned the idea of a body semi-pro in DX but I was referring in my speech to the performance of the camera body. I'm not a sports shooter but in my opinion just wanted to point out that in the end the D7200 could now be used for better photos than the previous action D7100 (with very small buffers) and then now could be considered a viable substitute that can bridge the void left for a replacement D300S. For lens there are also Sigma and Tamron which often offer a viable alternative to Canon-Nikon.
CRAPhoto
The term "leader" was reported in only one field production Nikon not in total of all brands. I know Pentax. I think Pentax better than Nikon innovations in its exceptional macchima bodies (such K-3 / K-5). I think you've misunderstood what I meant, or I was not clear in writing.

Direct link | Posted on Mar 10, 2015 at 07:18 UTC
On Nikon D7200 First Impressions Review preview (859 comments in total)
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LukeLT63: Nikon has come out with a decent D300 replacement for my opinion. The 1.3x crop mode will work perfectly for sports and give us 7 fps. It has a larger buffer. The D7200 now has the buffer capacity that surpasses all previous-generation DX cameras from Nikon. With a continuous shooting speed of 6 fps, la D7200 Nikon at 14-bit will last 3 seconds before the buffer starts filling up and if you choose 12-bit lossless format, you are looking at 4.5 seconds of continuous shooting, which is usually plenty for most situations as someone pointed out.
Then there is to say that the AF Performance of D7200 has the industry leading low light AF performance of the D750, down to -3 EV.
The Video of D7200 inherits the full video capability of the D810 which includes auto ISO, and which again is a significant enhancement.

Good and happy shot at everyone.

Direct link | Posted on Mar 4, 2015 at 08:35 UTC
On Nikon D7200 First Impressions Review preview (859 comments in total)
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LukeLT63: Nikon has come out with a decent D300 replacement for my opinion. The 1.3x crop mode will work perfectly for sports and give us 7 fps. It has a larger buffer. The D7200 now has the buffer capacity that surpasses all previous-generation DX cameras from Nikon. With a continuous shooting speed of 6 fps, la D7200 Nikon at 14-bit will last 3 seconds before the buffer starts filling up and if you choose 12-bit lossless format, you are looking at 4.5 seconds of continuous shooting, which is usually plenty for most situations as someone pointed out.
Then there is to say that the AF Performance of D7200 has the industry leading low light AF performance of the D750, down to -3 EV.
The Video of D7200 inherits the full video capability of the D810 which includes auto ISO, and which again is a significant enhancement.

There is the wireless and its features are another major achievement and provide incredible convenience (personally for the use that I do my photography it is useless and I would rather have a GPS that I consider to be the most helpful). The Image Quality seems to be superb but expect to see some tests. Yet it's a DX camera we are talking about. Probably you will be able to take stunning pictures at ISO 6400 and this is no small feat for a DX camera. And all in 24MP. According to my opinion for its features, the D7200 can be considered in all respects a good replacement for the D400. These are my personal opinions of course. I take still happy with my D90 (D300 equal in images to but not equal to the shutter speed and the tropicalization) that are the real unique fundamental differences of the two machines. If one day I were to buy the D7200 I would be definitely go on another planet with features fully improved in all the performance and also requires shooting speed.

Direct link | Posted on Mar 4, 2015 at 08:35 UTC
On Nikon D7200 First Impressions Review preview (859 comments in total)

Nikon has come out with a decent D300 replacement for my opinion. The 1.3x crop mode will work perfectly for sports and give us 7 fps. It has a larger buffer. The D7200 now has the buffer capacity that surpasses all previous-generation DX cameras from Nikon. With a continuous shooting speed of 6 fps, la D7200 Nikon at 14-bit will last 3 seconds before the buffer starts filling up and if you choose 12-bit lossless format, you are looking at 4.5 seconds of continuous shooting, which is usually plenty for most situations as someone pointed out.
Then there is to say that the AF Performance of D7200 has the industry leading low light AF performance of the D750, down to -3 EV.
The Video of D7200 inherits the full video capability of the D810 which includes auto ISO, and which again is a significant enhancement.

Direct link | Posted on Mar 4, 2015 at 08:34 UTC as 70th comment | 6 replies
On Halfdome Moonrise in the Telephoto Landscape challenge (18 comments in total)

Wonderful! My compliment. Congratulations cjf2.

Direct link | Posted on Jan 29, 2015 at 07:36 UTC as 8th comment
On Nikon D750 First-impressions review preview (1418 comments in total)
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helltormentor: @ Barney

I noticed that you removed "Real-world test: Nikon D750 at the Museum of Flight" video from youtube. I found this video when I was at work today but didn't have enough time to watch it(lol). Now, I cannot find it. Why did you decide to remove the video?

? ..... It is here!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KSCVRsaNx5c

Direct link | Posted on Dec 14, 2014 at 11:11 UTC
On Readers' Showcase: Portraits and People article (220 comments in total)

My favorites: Good work in the 2 and 8....2 for the moment capture...8 for the bokeh....my opinion of course! Congratulation to all at the end.

Direct link | Posted on Dec 2, 2014 at 13:26 UTC as 4th comment
On 'See Impossible': Canon counts down to... something. article (1656 comments in total)
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Jylppy: Hi all angered Canon fans (myself included). The campaign is Canon _corporate_ brand marketing initiative and since Canon is in multiple businesses, such a campaigns are vague considering from single business perspective. The problem is that once everyone saw a post at DPReview, they associated it to Canon's camera/lens business and were expecting some product announcement.

Canon marketing team's grand mistake was to use countdown to launch ... a marketing initiative. That raised expectations. In case they want to do corporate/brand marketing, they should have just launched the campaign without such a expectation-ballooning-countdown.

And if anyone at Canon camera business side is reading this, I am still expecting you to launch semi-pro-focused (APS-C) mirrorless with fantastic EVF and fast AF. Once that is out, I will buy it as my secondary camera. I use it along side my 5DII to cover wider focal length range when traveling.

Make "Fuji X-series" with your superb camera UI.

This is a good write! I agree!

Direct link | Posted on Oct 8, 2014 at 19:36 UTC
On 'See Impossible': Canon counts down to... something. article (1656 comments in total)
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LukeLT63: I state that I use Nikon and then part out! I do not understand the disappointment of many users who were expecting a new camera or a new lens. How was this possible? If there had been any news would be released at Photokina which ended recently. It was clear that whatever was the subject had to relate to anything. (maybe a printer or a videocamera or other) So I do not understand many of the complaints written here.

I understand those who say instead that this was a bad publicity. It seemed to announce some great news when in reality it was a simple publicity as there are so many without anything particularly interesting. But if the intent was to talk about then the marketing of Canon hit the mark. However, even according to me it was a very bad publicity. In the true I have never heard their voices even in Nikon. In my land is said: "So much smoke and no fire!" Smoke salesmen are the marketing men of whatever society they are. Fan of Canon - Nikon - Pentax - Fujifilm - Olympus - Panasonic - Sony - etc. ..... do not listen to your marketing and think of fun with your cameras! Come on people!

Direct link | Posted on Oct 8, 2014 at 19:28 UTC
On 'See Impossible': Canon counts down to... something. article (1656 comments in total)

I state that I use Nikon and then part out! I do not understand the disappointment of many users who were expecting a new camera or a new lens. How was this possible? If there had been any news would be released at Photokina which ended recently. It was clear that whatever was the subject had to relate to anything. (maybe a printer or a videocamera or other) So I do not understand many of the complaints written here.

Direct link | Posted on Oct 8, 2014 at 19:28 UTC as 88th comment | 1 reply
On 'See Impossible': Canon counts down to... something. article (1656 comments in total)

Also here: http://www.canon.it/gateway/index.html

Direct link | Posted on Oct 7, 2014 at 09:45 UTC as 514th comment
On 'See Impossible': Canon counts down to... something. article (1656 comments in total)

All this noise to show two videos? I hate marketing!
Come and see
There are two video commercials for the new Canon EOS 7D Mark II
Names video:
TECHNICAL - Gladiators FOOTBALL
Site: http://www.canon.de/

Direct link | Posted on Oct 7, 2014 at 09:40 UTC as 515th comment
On Nikon D750 First-impressions review preview (1418 comments in total)
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LukeLT63: In 2008, for those who wanted to buy a full frame SLR Nikon had only two alternatives, including assessment of: the expensive, professional Nikon D3 or the more affordable but still powerful Nikon D700. Then there were the D300 Semi-Pro (for those in need of speed) and the D90 (for the amateur photographer is not sports). Only four cars between FX and APS-C. All different from each other but with a gradual improvement continues from body to body according to need (D90 - D300 - D700 - D3).

Please! My comment did not want to start a war between fan-boy Canon Nikon Pentax Fuji or another. Here there is no talk as to which brand camera is better (everyone chooses what he likes), but as the production market has changed in recent years (in the case of Nikon - see the article in the DPR referred to by Nikon D750 production). Customers Nikon (I am one of them) certainly can not complain given the total choice and I do not understand their complaints. Perhaps ironically eras better in 2008 when the choice of a machine body was only limited to a few models, but very different between them.

Direct link | Posted on Sep 13, 2014 at 16:10 UTC
On Nikon D750 First-impressions review preview (1418 comments in total)
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LukeLT63: With so many possibilities between new and used how is it that they do not find a good compromise?
Maybe they spend too much time on how to unnecessarily spend their money and little time to take pictures.

Listen to me, Nikon !. Go back to do no much cameras and all different in every feature (as in 2008). Many people will buy for their own use and for their convenience and there will not be more controversy. Also ... dear Nikon .... you will knock down the cost of too many useless productions. Maybe ..... or am I wrong?

Direct link | Posted on Sep 13, 2014 at 09:34 UTC
On Nikon D750 First-impressions review preview (1418 comments in total)

With so many possibilities between new and used how is it that they do not find a good compromise?
Maybe they spend too much time on how to unnecessarily spend their money and little time to take pictures.

Direct link | Posted on Sep 13, 2014 at 09:22 UTC as 213th comment | 4 replies
On Nikon D750 First-impressions review preview (1418 comments in total)

In Europe currently is on the "new market", this series of Nikon camera bodies: (D3100_D3200_D3300) (D5100_D5200_D5300) (D90_D7000_D7100) (D300S_D600_D610_D750 "soon") (D DF) (D800_D800E_D810) (D4) for a total of 18 camera bodies (9 entry level, 8 semi-pro, professional 1. Are you new to buy a camera? Can choose how you want! Do you want an upgrade? Warning! Make sure that it is really an upgrade! You are not satisfied with the new model? Continue to take with your old camera and expect to change in the near future something new! Still not satisfied? My friend ...... then learn how to build a custom camera ..... life is also often a compromise!

Direct link | Posted on Sep 13, 2014 at 07:08 UTC as 216th comment | 3 replies
On Nikon D750 First-impressions review preview (1418 comments in total)
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LukeLT63: In 2008, for those who wanted to buy a full frame SLR Nikon had only two alternatives, including assessment of: the expensive, professional Nikon D3 or the more affordable but still powerful Nikon D700. Then there were the D300 Semi-Pro (for those in need of speed) and the D90 (for the amateur photographer is not sports). Only four cars between FX and APS-C. All different from each other but with a gradual improvement continues from body to body according to need (D90 - D300 - D700 - D3).

That is correct! In Europe currently is on the "new market" this series of camera bodies: (D3100_D3200_D3300) (D5100_D5200_D5300) (D90_D7000_D7100) (D300S_D600_D610_D750 "soon") (D DF) (D800_D800E_D810) (D4) for a total of 18 camera bodies (9 entry level, 8 semi-pro, 1 professional .... on the "used market" list is much longer. I still do not understand what advantage this brings exasperated "fake innovation" that produces so many models (economic deduce?) but not rational in terms of the logic of purchases for the photographer.

Direct link | Posted on Sep 13, 2014 at 06:36 UTC
On Nikon D750 First-impressions review preview (1418 comments in total)
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LukeLT63: In 2008, for those who wanted to buy a full frame SLR Nikon had only two alternatives, including assessment of: the expensive, professional Nikon D3 or the more affordable but still powerful Nikon D700. Then there were the D300 Semi-Pro (for those in need of speed) and the D90 (for the amateur photographer is not sports). Only four cars between FX and APS-C. All different from each other but with a gradual improvement continues from body to body according to need (D90 - D300 - D700 - D3).

In 2014, six years later, the situation has changed and the choice has become more difficult especially for full-frame. In the FX the assumptions are in fact become five: the already available Nikon D610, Nikon D810, Nikon DF and Nikon D4S is now added the Nikon D750. I see so many reflex to market different yet the same, or better to say, too similar. It was better to have only 3 different machines all over each other with a continuous gradual improvement (as in 2008) rather than a mixture (assembly) of bodies, sensors, otturattori, performance, etc ... many pixels? Much body and maybe too much confusion. Much Body and without a gradual improvement continues from body to body according to need. Good memories series D3 - D700 - D300 - D90. here is my opinion. (http://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/54369312)

Direct link | Posted on Sep 12, 2014 at 19:24 UTC
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