Seeing as we're supposed to be comparing APS-C to M4/3s, why not just use DXO in this case.
No, we are not "supposed" to be comparing 85 mm on APS-C. It is a full frame lens...
boggis the cat wrote:
Brian Caslis wrote:
There's more to a lens than just DOF. The 75mm is blistering sharp wide open.
so is a FF 85/1.8, so ?
Well, no, it isn't. Certainly...
You're right. I did have a mild clue about flash when I had cameras without high ISO performance, and I found I could get good (for my needs) indoor results with very simple bounce...
Why is the 27mm 2.8 so expensive?
Because Fuji apparently thinks it will make more money on sales of X100s than lose on undersold 27 mm. Had the latter been faster/cheaper/shorter (like Canon 22...
I don't get it. According to the dprevirew test (performed by DXO?) $500 Sigma 50/1.4 (which has GREAT bokeh!) tested on the same camera (D800) is better than this 58/1.4 at f/1.4, about the same...
Still Image wrote:
The news and info about the Df has me thinking about a second full frame Nikon. I have the D800E, and it is my all time favorite. But there are times I would like a second FX...
Keit ll wrote:
Digital Nigel wrote:
If noise reduction is being applied anywhere in this scenario, it's by Adobe, not Sony. If the camera was doing it, then both RAW converters would see the same...
Beat Traveller wrote:
So it's the same mount, despite the name change? Kewl.
I did. It is very simple:
NEVER USE THIS FEATURE. The implementation is just terrible. You are out of control of the width/angle aspect ration and number of shots, plus it can't stitch well and...
Beat Traveller wrote:
the Pentax 77 ltd & Leica 90/2.
Fuji r just posted the 56 'might' be announced as early as January 6th.
Enjoy your wait.
And how long will you have to wait...
The 56 shouvd've been in the initial release, not that 60. The fact that it's still not out yet... It's bs. When the xpro was announced, I said I wouldn't get one...
i just don't get the A7/r. It's like a cross breed child of nex and rx1. Hideously ugly with no native lenses.
Marketing, I guess. The NEX series weren’t very successful (chiefly...
mr moonlight wrote:
Awhile back Fuji stated that the reasoning behind leaving the the 23mm for later was that they found many x-system users already owned an X100. So why spend resources building...
Bernie Ess wrote:
It doesn't really matter what Fuji does or doesn't. 23 and 56 are too late. I am holding my Fuji X-E1 for now, but not investing in any more glass (18-55 and 32/1.8 Touit will...
Have Fuji left it too late in releasing the 23mm 1.4 and the still unreleased 56mm 1.2 ?
I think that they might well have done and that only some super updated non-X sensor in the...
Raymond Cho wrote:
Plan to get?
Of course not. Just got D610, and I fail to see what this camera brings to the table. If anything, kit looks like D610 stropped off the features (flash, grip,...
I'm in the market for a new camera and I've narrowed it down to these two.
I want something for everyday use and travel using 1 or 2 lenses at most. Street photography and portrait...
Even if it is hype, the real test is if Nikon makes money on it.
I sincerely hope not. I can't wait for this "retro" stupidity to die -- especially in the mirorless world. How...
And let's not just pass on by and ignore the D4 sensor. I own a D800 and I know for a FACT that the D4 sensor has certain low light advantages. As impressive as the D800/D600...
.... allows results comparable to using a larger sensor. (e.g. the 23/1.4 is like a 35/2, the 56/1.2 will be like an 85/1.8)
... at twice the price. Or may be 3 times, depending...
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