D1N0: I see an aps-c 24mp sensor with 19fps capability (so it must also be able to do 4k)
IMX271 24M APS 3.91 19 SLVS 8LaneSLVS-EC 8Lane RGB DSLR Exmor
there are 16 lanes. 8 SLVS and 8 SLVS-EC
I see an aps-c 24mp sensor with 19fps capability (so it must also be able to do 4k)
When my aperture breaks I get out my precision screwdrivers to fix it.
So know they obfuscate shutter speeds?
straylightrun: Retail price should be $199.95 Max.
I had teachers like you that spend most of their time talking about how we would not listen and never came round to actually teaching us anything. By the way, I was talking about where Lensbaby produces it's lenses, not about the specific characteristics of this lens, since I already did that elsewhere. It appears they have a shack in portland where they assemble stuf. Doesn't tell me were they get their parts though.
RichardRE: So, I cannot use the new lenses on my K5-IIs?
probably faster AF with the new firmware
I've been there commander but I might just be too stupid. please demote me to grunt.
Or you could be helpful instead of full of disdain.
Are you sure you used the right jpeg settings? four stars I believe.
D1N0: Do they still smear detail like in my HX9v?
They could at least build in an NR-off mode.
Do they still smear detail like in my HX9v?
Exploiting American workers is better?
You want to exploit those poor Chinese workers even more?
ravduc: Just rub a bit of Vaseline on an old filter and save yourself 500 dollars.
This effect is much more subtle than vaseline which creates a fog like effect, where this creates a soft glow on the subject itself. Digital effects should be applied with care and taste, otherwise it will almost certainly look fake.
The difference between this lens and some older fast primes (50/55mm 1.4 Takumar/tomioka is that it is still soft stopped down to F5.6 or so) giving you more DOF to play with and still have a soft halo over the image.
Stanny1: At current Samsung NX1 pricing, you might as well go full-frame with the Sony Alpha A7.
You presume to know a lot about me sir. Insulting me won't help your point. I will not take your challenge because you get to choose the pictures. Can you tell a MF and a 1/2.3"shot apart? Apparently not. You might as well shoot everything with a phone for that matter and give away your treasured D4s.
Look like Nikon's got too many managers en too little inspiration.
When you don't see it you don't see it alas, By al means ridicule me.
Maybe MF is a bit too expensive :p. Technically it probably has to do with the circle of confusion.
Because aps-c crops out the middle part. The DOF between 85mm and 135mm is different. You get a different diminishing sharpness than with a 135mm on FF. But is is more obvious around normal focal distances 60 to 24mm.
Yes and you have to compare with 135mm. It is much more clear at shorter focal length's.