Nikon D300Nikon 50mm 1.8G AF2x SB-28SB-26SB-24
smallLebowski: Wow - compared to A7R - there's 1,5 or even 2 stops ISO difference in favor of Sony A7R. And A7RII is 1 stop better than A7R. So it's up to 3 stops advantage for A7RII over 5Ds/r. If in DR this 5Ds sensor performs as poorly - then it's a Dead on Arrival.
As a Sony user, that's simply not true. Maybe .5 stops better at most.
How does this not have any comments? THANK YOU for sharing this knowledge.
Lovely, I bought this program for $20 and now there won't be any updates. Thanks, Google!
gladmatt: Does anyone know if it's possible to alter the depth of field of the focus, as well as the focus point? IN theory it should be possible, I would have thought
You can add areas that you want to be in focus. Check out the Asia D video where they demo their software.
Sdaniella: downside... it is distinctly a shallow dof only effect... no high dof effect to be permitted... :Pit has maybe 4 max? (not 5?) focal zones permitted?very nearnearmediumfarand... that's it? (and only the very near distinctly focused, while all the rest farther out... 'kind of focused'?
Actually, it allows stacking of the photos to create complete sharpness throughout depth - while still having the benefit of shooting at a large aperture.
nofumble: Is this just a Focus Stacking in high speed?
No, it is not. I also had this suspicion until I saw their parallax movement demo. Very impressive and not achievable with focus stacking.
tfeltz: With high frame rates (10+ fps) becoming more common on conventional cameras, focus bracketing could become an option for non-Lytro cameras. Via software similar to HDR (high dynamic range), the areas of focus can be selectively determined during post processing, including extended depth of field.
Perhaps - but at Asia D Lytro demoed parallax movement that could eventually create true 3d images with a single shot - no amount of FPS can recreate that.