Joined on Aug 28, 2012


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On article Rough and ready: Olympus Tough TG-4 review (266 comments in total)
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lem12: This cam. loaded with features useful for any outdoor adventurer not just under water photography. But unfortunately its 1/2.3 limits its use for any other outdoor photography.. Some of these new cams. come loaded with features but with tiny sensors - small enough to limit all its photo features. I would buy this cam. but with 1/1.7 sized sensors at least.

1" or bust!
With such cam you don't need huge zoom, but you need a good DR

Direct link | Posted on Aug 11, 2015 at 08:03 UTC
On article Capture One Pro 8 software review (316 comments in total)
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Shangri La: How do you apply same adjustments (WB/Lens correction/etc) to several images, like you can 'Sync' in LR?

I know you can save the adjustment as a preset and then apply to the images, but that way you have to go through each and every image manually. Unlike 'Sync' in LR, where you can one-click apply. Thanks.

Also: ctrl-shift-C (to copy adjustments from one picture) and ctrl-shift-V (to apply adjustments to all the other selected images). Note that it will apply all the adjustments (crop, healing brush, local adjustments), as opposed to LR's selection of the adjustments you want to sync.

Direct link | Posted on Jul 23, 2015 at 09:49 UTC
On article Capture One Pro 8 software review (316 comments in total)
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Akpinxit: I could never manage to sharpen my photos in C1 without producing additional (unwonted ) artifacts . LR has a really high edge in it .

My experience is totally opposite. Maybe it's the way these two applications deal with Raw files of different camera producers. I hate the way LR is sharpening (adding grain to borders). I did it manually in PS before. C1 does it great and "structure" tool deals fabulously with textures. I have Sony a6000, and I think Sony and PhaseOne work close together (C1 is the first, and currently the only software that can read a7rII raw files), which might be the reason why this works so good on C1.

Direct link | Posted on Jul 23, 2015 at 07:21 UTC

These go to eleven, man!

Direct link | Posted on Jun 2, 2015 at 12:18 UTC as 33rd comment
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Peter CS: Note to Canon - 50MP might sound great, but landscape photographers are just as much interested in great dynamic range, and this is why almost all serious landscape photographers have migrated to Nikon! I have held on to my L glass and love the new 11-24mm and 16-35mm, in hopes of a serious Canon rival to the Nikon 600,700,and 800 series. Also, I greatly appreciate the fact that Canon is bolder than Nikon in clearly labeling which lenses are weather-resistant. I hope that the 5s does have better dynamic range than it sounds like it does - and certainly better than 5dIII! I can only imagine trying to create HDR images from these huge image files - what a pain! (and may need/require necessary and expensive computer resources/upgrades!).
Canon, please just give us a 24mp or higher, high dynamic range camera so I can finally dust off my L lenses in storage and permanently retire my 5d and problematic Nikon FX equipment for good!
Lastly, thumbs up to Nikon for the 750 pivoting screen!

I have almost no experience in landscape photography, but couldn't Sony's A7 line save your L lenses? It also gives you the opportunity to use smartphone/tablet as "freely pivoting" screen (I guess a small lag wouldn't hurt when doing landscapes)

Direct link | Posted on Feb 10, 2015 at 08:46 UTC
On article Enthusiast mirrorless camera roundup (2014) (316 comments in total)
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Rashkae: Where's the A6000? It's a fantastic little beast.

... AND it is smaller than all the cameras above (including V3, which is smaller 2mm in height, but bigger 11mm in width!). NX1, on the other hand, is not even small - it is comparable to D7100 (4mm lower and 3mm wider)
Talking 'bout "small and powerfull"....

Direct link | Posted on Nov 28, 2014 at 10:51 UTC
On article Enthusiast mirrorless camera roundup (2014) (316 comments in total)
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Rashkae: Where's the A6000? It's a fantastic little beast.

Really don't understand the lack of a6000. It's, arguably, better or at least on par with all these cameras, and price-wise it looks like this (todays bh prices):
- NX1 (body) $1,499.99
- X-T1 (body) $1,199.95
- GH4 (body) $1,497.99
- E-M1 (body) $1,299.00
- V3 (with kit lens) $1,196.95
- A6000 (body) $448.00
More than $1000 difference between GH4 and A6000????

Direct link | Posted on Nov 28, 2014 at 10:17 UTC
On Preview:sony-cybershot-dsc-rx10 (722 comments in total)
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Sean Nelson: The price is in line with what this camera offers over and above an RX100M2 - namely a built-in EVF, top LCD display panel, and a very long range, constant-aperture f/2.8 zoom. Trying to get that combination in any other camera with a sensor at least this large would be a lot more expensive.

The price is OK in the Sony's own twisted world. Canon 60D + 18-200 3.5/5.6 costs $1,099. Yes, you will get 1.5 stop less light in longer range, but you'll also have much better pictures with higher ISO. And if you want smaller camera body, I guess that Nikon and Canon entry level DSLRs are of similar dimensions...

Posted on Oct 16, 2013 at 07:44 UTC
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wansai: for the price of admission, surely any sane person would get one of the more recent and VASTLY superior mirrorless cameras like the Nex 5R, which incidentally is about the same size roughly (possibly even smaller). the price is about the same and you have some connctivity options as well as options to change your lense specific to your style of shooting.

these phone cameras, the thing is, you must work around the tool. i have always felt tat the tool should work towards my needs, especialy if i'm going to spend half a grand upwards for it.

the quality of the picture is poor even by modern phone camera standards and the price high for a poorly performing superzoom.

what i don't understand is, why are mobile photographers not more discerning or critical about their tools? i think it's a valid form of photography and i enjoy viewing it, but one should not be so dismissive about the critical flaws of a product you're about to spend money on.

This particular camera is maybe not worth that kind of money, but if it paves a way to the whole new format of cameras, then it's very important. I can't wait for Sony to create such camera-phone with 1" sensor, and I'm pretty sure they are capable of doing that (rx100 + phone/3G).

Direct link | Posted on Dec 18, 2012 at 13:05 UTC
On Sony NEX-5R Hands-on Preview (145 comments in total)
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eivissa1: The designer of Nex cameras should be fired. Really silly and unbalanced form!

Well, call me silly and unbalanced, but I like the looks of this camera very much. I think of it as of a sticker at the bottom of the lens, so it doesn't bother me that the lens is bigger than the camera. I like that the design is not "retro" (I'm pretty much fed up with retro looks, instagram and such hipsteria). Ergonomics is also very good for such a small object (i have relatively meaty fingers). Anyway, much better than all the p&s cameras that I had before. Also, I can put this camera and 4 lenses in my bag, and I think that I could put no more than 2 lenses if I had d5100 or similar dslr.

Direct link | Posted on Aug 30, 2012 at 08:34 UTC
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