Jan Kritzinger

Jan Kritzinger

Joined on Jun 6, 2012

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Baxter Bad: At $1,500 - new product segment.

At $2,800 - publicity stunt.

It will sell. It's wonderful enough.

Direct link | Posted on Sep 12, 2012 at 17:03 UTC

My only complaint is that the lens is slightly bulky for the body form factor - give us a 23/2.8 APS-C RX10 the size of the RX100, for $1k! Come on Sony, Do it!

Direct link | Posted on Sep 12, 2012 at 16:54 UTC as 83rd comment | 10 replies

The more I think about it, the more this makes sense.
Sensors have gotten good enough that it isn't necessary to upgrade bodies every 3 years (hell, my 5D Mark I is still going strong).

35mm on FF is my favourite focal length by far, and my first choice for a fixed focal length camera.

Direct link | Posted on Sep 12, 2012 at 16:51 UTC as 84th comment | 3 replies
On article Nokia Lumia 920 promises PureView, but it’s no 808 (182 comments in total)
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Henrik Herranen: Funny how Nokia always used to have the best mobile phone cameras, from the first camera phone right upto and including the 41 MP monster camera of the PureView 808. And how ever since Nokia started running the Microsoft operating system their cameras have regressed because the operating system seems incapable of handling esotheric and modern hardware like good cameras and QWERTY keyboards.

Actually, strike the word "Funny". "Tragic" is closer to home. After all, the original PureView camera unit was designed only a few hundred meters from where I work, and it's so sad seeing how Elop destroyed that superb product and product line by refusing to sell and support it.

I meant let's wait and see how the 920 stacks up. If it's as great as I am expecting it to be, then your criticism is baseless, and Elop took the right route (even though it might have been a detour) all along.

Direct link | Posted on Sep 6, 2012 at 04:46 UTC
On article Nokia Lumia 920 promises PureView, but it’s no 808 (182 comments in total)
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Joe Ogiba: Nokia has to be the dumbest run smartphone company on the planet. They are bleeding red ink like a fire hose yet they don't want to take advantage of their 808 camera.

The 808 is for enthusisasts - this will do battle with the iphone, teh samsung galaxy, the HTC One X, etc.

My next phone will be a 920.

Direct link | Posted on Sep 6, 2012 at 04:43 UTC
On article Nokia Lumia 920 promises PureView, but it’s no 808 (182 comments in total)
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Samuel Dilworth: I have to say, Windows Phone 8 looks absolutely gorgeous (and that Nokia isn't bad either). I’m typing this on a Mac, but I like the look of Microsoft’s new operating system. What a difference from the ghastly amateurism of the Windows 7 user interface.

I have no idea if it works well, of course, but the new design is very beautiful.

And after a few weeks you end up only using it to take calls and photos anyway... So I'd rather have something with a great camera.

Edit: AND A DEDICATED SHUTTER BUTTON

Direct link | Posted on Sep 5, 2012 at 19:35 UTC
On article Nokia Lumia 920 promises PureView, but it’s no 808 (182 comments in total)
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Jan Kritzinger: Nokia is back.

For HONOR and GLORY, that's why!

Direct link | Posted on Sep 5, 2012 at 19:33 UTC
On article Nokia Lumia 920 promises PureView, but it’s no 808 (182 comments in total)
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Henrik Herranen: Funny how Nokia always used to have the best mobile phone cameras, from the first camera phone right upto and including the 41 MP monster camera of the PureView 808. And how ever since Nokia started running the Microsoft operating system their cameras have regressed because the operating system seems incapable of handling esotheric and modern hardware like good cameras and QWERTY keyboards.

Actually, strike the word "Funny". "Tragic" is closer to home. After all, the original PureView camera unit was designed only a few hundred meters from where I work, and it's so sad seeing how Elop destroyed that superb product and product line by refusing to sell and support it.

@Henrik, how about we wait and see?

Direct link | Posted on Sep 5, 2012 at 19:25 UTC
On article Nokia Lumia 920 promises PureView, but it’s no 808 (182 comments in total)

Nokia is back.

Direct link | Posted on Sep 5, 2012 at 18:40 UTC as 51st comment | 2 replies
On article Nokia Lumia 920 promises PureView, but it’s no 808 (182 comments in total)
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D1N0: it's a phone.

give the man a prize

Direct link | Posted on Sep 5, 2012 at 18:39 UTC
On article Nokia Lumia 920 promises PureView, but it’s no 808 (182 comments in total)
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magneto shot: just one question....what is the sensor size...

it's only 1/3", but it's BSI and it's got a max aperture of f/2.
Early reports indicate it blows the Galaxy S3 and the iphone 4s out of the water.

This will be my next phone.

Direct link | Posted on Sep 5, 2012 at 18:37 UTC
On article Nokia Lumia 920 promises PureView, but it’s no 808 (182 comments in total)

F/2, 1/3" sensor, IS. #SOLD.

Direct link | Posted on Sep 5, 2012 at 18:35 UTC as 52nd comment | 2 replies

I really am very interested in a fixed lens, large sensor compact, but I doubt Sigma have the capability to offer AF functionality comparable to that offered by Sony.

If this camera were made by Sony, and if it were 23/24mm, and if it had all the modern Sony features (Hybrid AF, focus peaking, etc etc etc) then I'd definitely be interested.

A fixed lens, 35mm equivalent RX100 would be just perfect.

Direct link | Posted on Aug 31, 2012 at 12:57 UTC as 89th comment | 3 replies
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Jan Kritzinger: Needs a much bigger sensor, less zoom.

The problem is, Samsung asks clueless people what they want during market research, and they all want lots of zoom and a trillion megapixels, but they don't care how big the sensor is. They really should rather do their market research in DPR comments.

Well duh.
All I'm saying is that that approach results in a poorer camera.

Direct link | Posted on Aug 29, 2012 at 20:30 UTC

Needs a much bigger sensor, less zoom.
The problem is, Samsung asks clueless people what they want during market research, and they all want lots of zoom and a trillion megapixels, but they don't care how big the sensor is. They really should rather do their market research in DPR comments.

Direct link | Posted on Aug 29, 2012 at 20:11 UTC as 75th comment | 2 replies

Needs a much bigger sensor, less zoom.

The problem is, Samsung asks clueless people what they want during market research, and they all want lots of zoom and a trillion megapixels, but they don't care how big the sensor is. They really should rather do their market research in DPR comments.

Direct link | Posted on Aug 29, 2012 at 20:10 UTC as 28th comment | 4 replies
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Anadrol: Making a camera with 3G and Android... but that doesn't make calls, how stupid is that !

I hope that Cyanogen mod will be ported to it !

the 3g is for Facebook, Instagram, Dropbox.
It would look a bit silly making phone calls on your camera.

Direct link | Posted on Aug 29, 2012 at 20:07 UTC
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Devorama: Wouldn't your thumb be resting right on the touchscreen when you hold the camera normally?

No, the strip on the right only looks narrow - remember, this thing has a 4.8" screen!

Direct link | Posted on Aug 29, 2012 at 20:00 UTC
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AZBlue: Samsung is good at two things: 1) stealing, and 2) throwing lots of darts hoping one of them sticks. This company can't think its way out of a cardboard box. I will never buy anything they make. Con artists.

6/10 average troll

Direct link | Posted on Aug 29, 2012 at 19:13 UTC

Would've been nice if it had less zoom and a larger sensor.
Guess I'll have to wait for Sony to bring out an Android version of the RX100.

Direct link | Posted on Aug 29, 2012 at 19:04 UTC as 91st comment
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