Tungsten Nordstein: 'Nikon's *freshly-revived* flagship APS-C line'
you make it sound bad - like it was on the verge of expiring or something.
@maximme the D500 is the flagship of it's aps-c line The D5 is the flagship of it's full frame line.
Calvin Chann: I'd be interested to see how many of these they sell. It's not the typical Fuji users lens.
calvin you may want to try the new Fuji XPro2.. Heres a clip that shows no blackout during high speed shooting.. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HN3H3Lh0dwU
pacnwhobbyist: I hate the photos that the iPhone 6s Plus produces so much, I am considering going back to the original 6 plus. So much better IQ in every way.
check what settings??
interesting tripod... looks heavy.. how old is this? and what make and model?
cmantx: This is a wasted shot. Who takes a shot of a pile of sticks in real world?
Artists like taking these types of photos... be grateful nobody takes photos of dog and bird poop! lol
WushuMR2: looks like a soft light pointed directly in front of her to soften the face, a hairlight just behind her right shoulder and a hairlight just above her left eye both pointing downwards at 40 degrees and a fill light pointed upwards to light up her neck
trees says: mine now! you can't have it! na na na lol
andywhoa: What camera did you do this review with? When I attach my XF14mm to my X-T1, the focus distance display disappears from the camera's display. However, in your review, it is still present.
he used the fuji x-pro 1 as indicated in the gallery samples...
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wow very nice!
"there's not a lot of photography-specific value in our subscription products" ... BULLS*T.. Winston onlys smells money and cares only for business and MONEY... He knows diddly squat about photography
oh great anonymous guys in those facemasks.. if you can hear our pleas for help.. please help us by jamming adobes servers indefinitely til they surrender and change their stupid subscription policies please and thank you and much appreciated - from all of us...we salute you..
gl2k: Hard to imagine that any serious pro photog would ever use an iPad for assessing critical sharpness. I mean ... even the process of uploading a full 36mp image to the iPad takes an eternity. Not to mention you wanna download 200 images to pick the best one.The iPad is a nice toy but definitely not more, when it comes to photography.
we pros don't use the actual raw 36mp photos on ipads.. we send the jpgs to the ipad to check color, focus, framing etc and clients can review the photos live as they are being taken..(the 36mp raw photos are kept in another card for post viewing when we return to the studio).. ipads can also be used to remote control the settings, snapping the photos directly from the ipad and using the ipad as a livescreen monitor in tight situations where you can't see the back of the camera's lcd.. there are many uses for ipads with cameras where you have no idea to begin the many opportunities ipads can do for any photographer be they pro or amateur.
cassano: It's kind of amusing to see people are worrying about touch-screen cameras here. Touch-screen on camera is lame, but in many other areas, it shines. smart phones, tablet PCs, car's console, ATMs, POS machines. I went to a local medical center a few days ago, they have huge touch screens near every entrance -- for you to navigate inside the building, find you doctor, etc. I have also seen touch screens in book stores, libraries, subways, etc.
Touch screen forces UI designers to design simpler UI, software developers to hide details and only expose the essential APIs. It frees the user from overly complex menu systems. It only makes our life easier, faster. Of course, touch screens cannot replace buttons on a DSLR, or keyboard/mouse for a PC -- for complicated tasks.