Johannes Zander: Finally we will get MF drones with wooden grips! That will be a great step forward for drone photography ;)
rebadged 10x cheaper drones joke goes here ........................
cool wallpaper material.
nagi603: Yeah, as if DRM was ever actually a solution. CD? DVD? Blu-ray? Anything online? Any software? No, it never worked. It never will.
i'm looking for an AV receiver. after seeing the HDMI 2.0/HDCP 2.2 mess currently developing, which makes 2014-2015 the worst two years for buying AV equipment, I now have to look forward for this crap? DRM in JPEGs? will it also require HDCP connections to view? sure, let's make it harder for the honest person to enjoy digital content! that'll boost our profits!
Phileas Fogg: Here is the thing for me. The Moon landing hoax fools and their ignorant opinions are an insult to the many people who built America's space programme and ultimately the Apollo Moon landings. From the astronauts, to all the engineers, scientists, astronomers, and the many, many, folks who built, transported and prepared all the gear and rockets to send men to the Moon. This hoax crap is so tiring as its all easily dispelled with even by most educated high school students. It must suck to know that if you are a Moon Landing hoaxer that you are considered to be more stupid on this topic than most educated high school students.
i hear North Korea has a space program that involves shooting people with a cannon. i guess the parts could go into near orbit, or land somewhere, if they do it right.
skysi: The earth is flat says the Flat Earth Society. All this nonsense comes primarily from this group of numbskulls.Guys please do not feed these trolls. They should be completely ignored. You can't prove to them anything no matter what evidence you present.Save yourself some time.
a good trolling each day keeps the boredom away.
GoneMirrorless: Hilarious. I started a thread with a link to this story with no comment of my own in the E mount forum, and a memeber there freaked out. He got the thread locked and now discusing the topic there is forbidden. But now it is on the Front page instead of in the Sony forum.
I think it is a good move. As Sony said it will make planning and implementation faster, and they will no longer need to worry about interfernce from other divisions. Sensors are very profitable now.
heretic! blasphemer! well informed person!
ms18: So they went to moon? Or Dpreview made this post in order to praise the photo manipulation? I don't see EXIF :P
but clearly it's a Sony sensor.
Adrian Van: Google the following - Mythbusters Episode 104 to show why all these photos can actually be all True. They examine all the critics with tests. Including reflectors left on moon by astronauts proven true in a laser test. Interesting read. Video of microgravity test also true and not high frame rate film slowed down for moonwalk, as the motion is different than high speed film slowed down. Love watching the Mythbusters show.
Looks like we made it! or at least a few select astronauts did!
consult a physician if symptoms persist for more than 40 years.
FM1978: The scans are deliberately low contrast, in order to preserve as much data as possible from the film. Photoshop them, and enjoy glorious color and contrast.
the fact that you can photoshop them proves they're fake!!!111
merkaba: These days, I don't know what to believe and do not try to believe either side. Cool photos or paintings I guess.
my favorite line by Master Yoda!
The Name is Bond: I've calculated that if they had got stuck, then it would have taken them, at 50 miles per day (of the typical hard core hiker), about 20 years to walk back to Earth.
yes, and we all know they got back a lot faster than that, so, combined that with the Apollo 13 movie... confirms the conspiracy. it was George Soros all along!
Andystack: conspiracy theory #432- all the moon landing hoax engineers are now working for Volkswagen!!! think about it, NASA back then was dominated by German engineers, coincidence...
obligatory meme: these photos are shopped. i can tell by some of the pixels and from having seen quite a few 'shops in my time.
agentul: men willing to risk their lives to do something great. this is why i doubt we will send astronauts to Mars: the western society is so risk-averse that they will demand 100% possibility of safe return. and no one will dare risk a mission failure.
so probably India or China will go there first.
cool story, bro! tell it again!
you're talking about the past. attitudes about risks were different back then. even children rode bicycles without a single piece of protective gear. today I hear people questioning whether or not playing in the sand pit is "healthy" and "desirable".
according to the car industry, people want self-driving cars. i am not one of them. i actually like driving, even when it's scary.
apparently Google Earth with a Mars map pack will be enough for us.
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men willing to risk their lives to do something great. this is why i doubt we will send astronauts to Mars: the western society is so risk-averse that they will demand 100% possibility of safe return. and no one will dare risk a mission failure.
but now we have smartphones and instafacewitter access in the toilet. THAT's progress, that's what's important!
agentul: Leica created an iphone-like camera with the T. did that work out well? it had all the features: simple controls, shiny, high price, status symbol... what's not to like?
could you please stop it with the Apple-worshiping? not everyone likes overpriced devices with dumbed-down interfaces. the article complains how the manufacturers cater to the north-american aging buyer, but the solution is to still cater to the nort-american average buyer, that can see no further than the apple store. all fine and nice if you have easy money (or like living on credit for your entire life), but i want more for my cash.
please offer some sources for that statement. now we get to "if you break it down by model". so which model of iphone exactly is more used than the Canon Rebel T3i or the Nikon D90?