wombat661

wombat661

Joined on Sep 21, 2013

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  • I was thinking the same thing when I found that picture. Didn't know such a lens existed.
  • Wow, what is your problem. Can't do comparison shopping? Are you uncomfortable I am showing a DSLR with a pancake lens when someone said there are no pancake lens for DSLR. DSLR offer focus ...
  • A forum member, Wheatfield7 said I left out Pentax. Looking thru the page, Pentax makes a few pancake lens for their DSLR. Their pancake lens includes 21mm f3.2, 40mm f2.8, and 70mm f2.4. Size ...
  • This is another post that is going to cause confusion for some people. First two pictures are fine, APS-C Sony a6000 is thinner than APS-C Nikon DSLR. As mentioned before, weight difference is ...
  • This is where you are going to cause confusion. You are holding a full frame Canon zoom lens, and comparing that with an APS-C zoom lens. You cannot make a statement that DSLR lens is bigger when ...
  • I noticed the same thing also, with wide angle prime lens, you will have substantial weight saving. From your numbers, at 60mm, there is no weight savings. If you were to put together a kit with ...
  • Forgot to post the prime lens table. I try to keep the same focal length and aperture. 20mm are all f2.8. 35mm are all f1.4 and two f1.8. 45-50mm is f1.8. 85mm is f1.4. Just added Pentax as ...
  • Yes, thanks for the catch. Sony 16-50 f2.8 is for alpha mount. Don't see any f2.8 midrange zoom lens. Too bad because f2.8 lens is the one I like to use most. Guess the reason Sony don't offer ...
  • I wanted to discuss going from APS-C DSLR to APS-C sensor size mirrorless camera, and what the advantage is. The last post I started got out of hand with many people jumping in to talk about Micro ...
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  • Per DXOMark, SL1 ISO performance is slightly better than E-M10, and will probably do focus tracking better than the A6000. So you give up some, but gain some. If you are into sports, then SL1 will ...
  • Only problem with micro 4/3 is that physics said you will get more noise at high ISO. Unless these websites can violate the laws of physics. Micro 4/3 is going to get you more noise. There is no ...
  • I am comparing APS-C to APS-C. No M4/3, and I specifically mentioned that I am not comparing different sensor size because I want the high ISO. I want to keep the same APS-C sensor size advantage.
  • Re:   T3, Ontario Gone, neil holmes, P5freak, RaymonR All of you bring out the Micro 4/3 as an example to compare against APS-C sized sensor DSLR. You will have no disagreement from me or anyone ...
  • Sony A6000 is not 285g, but 344g per dpreview here. D5300 is 480g, so the savings is 136g, about 1/3 lbs. The charts are pretty clear how much savings there is. Most of the lens are about the same ...
  • In almost every conversation, it is always brought up that Mirrorless is lighter than DSLR. You can save weight by going mirrorless. Quick search of the forum will show many such advise. I have ...
  • I used the 17-55 for two years now with D7000. Don't think is too big a deal to take it on hikes. The skinny Peak Design leash really helps by not trapping heat and sweat. Accept the fact you will ...
  • Kids running around the park far away, many cameras can focus. Kids running towards you in the house, only the best DSLR will work. Is very difficult for the autofocus to focus on an object coming ...
  • I attach one to the non-grip side of the camera and one to the bottom. The balance of the camera will result in the grip facing your hand when you reach back without having the strap obstructing...

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