Louschro

Louschro

Joined on Nov 10, 2012

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On What is equivalence and why should I care? article (1717 comments in total)

What is the advantage of using a camera with a larger sensor? You can take any (!) equivalent picture, that a camera with a smaller sensor can take. But additionally there is the potential to take (non equivalent) pictures with less DOF and less noise, which cameras with smaller sensor can't take. You have decide: Is this potential so important for you, that you would accept the burden to always carry the larger and heavier system?

Very often larger sensors have more resolution. How does it affect equivalence? In this case the equivalence of noise is not given. Instead the pictures will have more noise due to the smaller pixels.

Direct link | Posted on Jul 11, 2014 at 22:17 UTC as 40th comment | 5 replies
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Louschro: Reading the description my understanding of the 5-axis-stabilisation is, that the claimed 5 stops advantage is gained from a combination of optical stabilisation (2 stops) and combining multiple shots from a burst (3 stops). There is no stabilization by sensor shift like mentioned in the specifications. The website of casio proofs this.

What can we expect from this new technology?

May be we will get strobo effects of moving objects.

Direct link | Posted on Aug 8, 2013 at 12:57 UTC

Reading the description my understanding of the 5-axis-stabilisation is, that the claimed 5 stops advantage is gained from a combination of optical stabilisation (2 stops) and combining multiple shots from a burst (3 stops). There is no stabilization by sensor shift like mentioned in the specifications. The website of casio proofs this.

What can we expect from this new technology?

Direct link | Posted on Aug 8, 2013 at 11:02 UTC as 23rd comment | 2 replies

@Alumna Gorp:

When you say "f2.8 is a f2.8", then you have also to say "ISO 400 = ISO 400". But: Is there any law, which states, that comparisons are only valid with identical ISO setting? We are living in a modern world, where ISO can be changed nearly as easy as the shutter speed.

Direct link | Posted on Feb 2, 2013 at 23:15 UTC as 33rd comment
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