R Vaquero

R Vaquero

Lives in Spain Spain
Works as a Photographer
Has a website at www.ramonvaquero.com/en/
Joined on Dec 29, 2006

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Any chance to use it with Nikkor lenses?

Direct link | Posted on Feb 7, 2016 at 02:40 UTC as 21st comment
On article Nikon releases D500 4K UHD sample video (203 comments in total)
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R Vaquero: Ok. Now we want stills samples! :)

Great video by the way

Direct link | Posted on Jan 21, 2016 at 21:18 UTC
On article Nikon releases D500 4K UHD sample video (203 comments in total)

Ok. Now we want stills samples! :)

Direct link | Posted on Jan 21, 2016 at 21:16 UTC as 34th comment | 1 reply
On article Here at last: Nikon announces D500 (1173 comments in total)
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R Vaquero: "For further durability, the D500 excludes a pop-up flash"...Why? Does it have anything to do with durability??

Maybe it's better to get it sealed...and cheaper to build.
So the D800/810 shouldn't have pop in flash...

Direct link | Posted on Jan 5, 2016 at 21:24 UTC
On article Here at last: Nikon announces D500 (1173 comments in total)

"For further durability, the D500 excludes a pop-up flash"...Why? Does it have anything to do with durability??

Direct link | Posted on Jan 5, 2016 at 21:01 UTC as 277th comment | 9 replies
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R Vaquero: Good images, but obviously things like this are not a real wedding work when they are not shot in the same celebration day. Not this case though...

Easy: if the wedding day is just ONE day, previous or after sessions are not wedding photographs. I know this point of view is not shared by a lot of wedding photographers, but many should understand what I mean...
That said, the work from this post is fantastic...and obviosly risky

Direct link | Posted on Jul 27, 2015 at 12:58 UTC

Good images, but obviously things like this are not a real wedding work when they are not shot in the same celebration day. Not this case though...

Direct link | Posted on Jul 24, 2015 at 23:22 UTC as 16th comment | 2 replies
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R Vaquero: Nobody has realised how ugly it is... For more than 3000 bucks they should have designed much better...

So, since this day do we have to throw our DSLRS away?
Will your images be much better with more megapixels and less mirrors? Small body with big lenses? New industry invention to keep on selling more cameras? Will I buy one finally? 😄

Direct link | Posted on Jun 10, 2015 at 23:33 UTC
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R Vaquero: Nobody has realised how ugly it is... For more than 3000 bucks they should have designed much better...

:) The iPhone is a good idea! It's mirroless as well. And cheaper.

Direct link | Posted on Jun 10, 2015 at 21:05 UTC

Nobody has realised how ugly it is... For more than 3000 bucks they should have designed much better...

Direct link | Posted on Jun 10, 2015 at 20:41 UTC as 223rd comment | 7 replies
On article Fast and full-frame: Nikon announces 24MP Nikon D750 (406 comments in total)

Wi-fi, it was about time! Why don't the D810 have any?

Direct link | Posted on Sep 12, 2014 at 08:23 UTC as 50th comment | 9 replies
On article Nikon D810 First Impressions Review (1620 comments in total)
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TBImages: The answer to this question may be obvious to those on this forum exceptionally familiar with the engineering details of the D810, not so much for me....

Is there an impact on dynamic range, noise, etc. when using the D810 in something other than full resolution mode? 20 megapixel or 9 megapixel mode for example?

At least noise is less visible shooting with lower resolutions, don't know about DR

Direct link | Posted on Aug 23, 2014 at 01:32 UTC
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sandy b: Nothing new, except Nikons new policy to react proactivly when an issue comes up. Your D800 as well as many other cameras would exhbit the same dots. I would suggest the Mansurovs test their older cameras too.

http://scottreither.com/blogwp/2012/07/01/nikon-d800-e-long-exposure-issues-problems-2/

Yes ideed, the D800 has the very same issue, but it's shown at 24 x 36 full format. You don't need to set it to 1,2X...

Direct link | Posted on Aug 21, 2014 at 00:09 UTC
On Connect post Samsung Galaxy Alpha comes with metal body and 12MP camera (85 comments in total)
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R Vaquero: Copying Apple as usual...

iPhone 4 didn't work really well? Whatever you want, but I will never spend money on a crappy imitation loaded with the complicated Android OS.

Direct link | Posted on Aug 16, 2014 at 00:36 UTC
On Connect post Samsung Galaxy Alpha comes with metal body and 12MP camera (85 comments in total)
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R Vaquero: Copying Apple as usual...

Rinkos , every smartphone is a more or less cheap copy of the iPhone, maybe more things inside but worse user experience- build quality, OS, etc.
BTW, an iPhone 4 working fine for more than three years of heavy use...

Direct link | Posted on Aug 15, 2014 at 23:09 UTC
On Connect post Samsung Galaxy Alpha comes with metal body and 12MP camera (85 comments in total)

Copying Apple as usual...

Direct link | Posted on Aug 14, 2014 at 10:29 UTC as 9th comment | 13 replies
On article Nikon D810 First Impressions Review (1620 comments in total)
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SushiEater: Who cares about D810, we already know what Nikon is capable of.
I just shot with 2 D800e over 3000 photos in 4 days in really lousy conditions and not a single photo is out of focus!!!!! Two years ago I was doing the same with Canon 5D2, 5D3 and 7D and I had lots OOF.
So there is absolutely no reason making any complaints about D810 because it should be even better.

The D800 hasn't a really accurate AF, not bad but it should be better, as the D810 would surely be...

Direct link | Posted on Aug 2, 2014 at 10:42 UTC
On article Nikon D810 First Impressions Review (1620 comments in total)

I see a good improvement in high ISO performance compared to the D800.

Direct link | Posted on Jul 27, 2014 at 18:10 UTC as 142nd comment

"There is a rule in the cruise ship business that you never go on a vessel’s first voyage..."
Sometimes, a lot of us can't wait to replace -let alone two long years- our camera for a really important reason: being a pro and the need to replace our main tool to work with. Therefore we have to deal with the very first versions of a new camera. It's not the best choice if you don't really need the upgrade, but we have to do it when our main camera body gets overused.

Direct link | Posted on Jun 30, 2014 at 16:28 UTC as 22nd comment
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Gosman: I love this article and seems to come out of my own mouth. Indeed I'm the one on the Nikon forum that pinned the name "Guinea Pigs" upon the early adaptors of the D800. I urged everyone to wait. What I didn't know was that it would take Nikon 2 years to upgrade and make the must needed changes. It is a huge lesson to all of us about product life cycles. This is why I decided to stay with Pentax and the K-3 which is now at the height of the crop sensor life cycle. I decided to stay away from full frame for awhile and see where the product cycle takes it along with the mirror less cameras. And yes, I am a Kodachrome baby and it is the first thing I thought of when I saw the ISO (we called it ASA) was 64!

Sometimes a lot of us can't wait to replace -let alone two long years- our camera for a really important reason: being a pro and the need to replace our main tool to work with. Therefore we have to deal with the very first versions of a new camera. It's not the best choice if you don't really need the upgrade, but we have to do it when our main camera body gets overused.

Direct link | Posted on Jun 29, 2014 at 11:26 UTC
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