photo perzon: Brianj they look good to me. Does the rx100 seem better to you?
Well when you are ignorant there is no reason to be so blatantly proud of it brianj
WTF, no gold?
If you don't want your photo's "stolen" don't put them on the internet. Right click prevention scripts won't save you. Just get the URL from the source. The print screen button can not be scripted away anyway. Stupid greedy photographers who think they can sue anybody over simple instructions to avoid clumsy protection which doesn't even work in every browser are idiots. Put pictures online and get angry when people copy them. That is more moronic than even a baboon could ever be.
webrunner5: God, those are pretty terrible. Imagine going on a vacation of a lifetime and coming back to show the shots to your family, friends. Jesus, who thought this camera was a GOOD idea to make in this day and age?
People have retina screens on tablets nowadays. They can pinch to pixellevel. Who cares about prints.
D1N0: Lacks OVF and top lcd. Cons in my book.
@brycesteiner you really are a wannabee fanboy idiot aren't you
Kevin Sutton: I'm a chemist by training and this doesn't make much sense to me. Fluorine is a gas so do they mean that fluorine gas has been passed over the glass to make a fluoride-glass in situ? I'm assuming that the fluoride-glass is the hydrophobic material they are talking about??? Cheers Kevin
They are probably using teflon (polytetrafluoroethylene), but that doesn't sound good for lenses.
D1N0: Great I like to know when people disagree with me so I can disagree with them.
No you don't!
Great I like to know when people disagree with me so I can disagree with them.
Just Pay 30% more and get a Fuji xt-1
D1N0: F4 is more compact and lighter than F2.8. On Full frame it is adequate on APS-c a bit slow. Price point is a bit high though for a less well known third party manufacturer. I wonder
The same shutter speed but less quality. That's why it is slow. When it was 2.8 it could use a slower iso that would provide better iq.
Calvin Chann: To all those posters who post saying no EVF no sale. Well here you are!
But I'm sure you'll find something else to stop you buying it.
I am just wondering where the "no hot shoe, no sale' people have gone.
Noise difference will not be insignificant once you go up and can get 6400 (barely acceptable) to 12800 (not acceptable anymore).
What is a creative cloud anyway? Sounds like God. When God really is of line we are all in trouble.
Depth of view will be the same when you are at the same distance from your subject, but then your field of view will be wider on full frame, making the depth of field relatively thinner compared to the overall image. When you move backward to get the same frame as FF, absolute depth of field will be wider than the FF image.
On full frame you get twice the amount of light for exposing your image (because the sensor is bigger) so a print from full frame has a stop more light for exposure than one from aps-c so it will have better noise characteristics.
F4 is more compact and lighter than F2.8. On Full frame it is adequate on APS-c a bit slow. Price point is a bit high though for a less well known third party manufacturer. I wonder
ISO 2500 max? That must be a typo.
DaveE1: They say on their site that it is to detect changes to images submitted for competition... "Leave no doubt that your incredible shot was captured in-camera."
Good luck with trying to win any serious photo contest with an image that hasn't gone through some cropping, enhancement or other post processing. :)
In some photo contests it is forbidden to shoot raw?
Volkan Ersoy: Looking at samples in Steve Huff's review, it's sharp enough wide-open in the centre. However it has a strange bokeh character with blurred highlights having a swirling effect. Many viewers say it gives dizziness. Also, the lower parts of bokeh halos are missing, compared to Leica's Nocti. Huff claims it is close to Noctilux and Hyperime in 3D pop and sharpness though bokeh can get odd at times.
Swirly Bokeh FTW ;)
agentlossing: Requires 8GB of RAM...
Welp, I'm out.
i've got it running on four