WushuMR2

WushuMR2

Joined on Nov 16, 2013

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  • Commented on f/22 challenge

    The real issue perhaps is that the photo has to be taken at f/22 instead of the FF-equivalent of f/22. At f/22 a m4/3 sensor or 1" sensor is going to be VERY diffracted compared to an FF sensor.

  • Commented on f/22 challenge

    If doubling of the "sensor" size moves the f-stop for optimum sharpness up by a stop, then it's going to be about f4 for m4/3, f5.6-8 for APS-C, f8-11 for FF, f11-16 for 645, f16-22 for 5x8, and...

  • Commented on f/22 challenge

    If doubling of the "sensor" size moves the f-stop for optimum sharpness up by a stop, then it's going to be about f4 for m4/3, f5.6-8 for APS-C, f8-11 for FF, f11-16 for 645, f16-22 for 5x8, and...

  • The reason the AX could probably get away with that is that the film emulsion has thickness, meaning you can be slightly off in focus and get away with it.  Notice how it's pretty much digital ...
  • Yep, PMed you.
  • Good point; Raist3d basically suggests what I was thinking, which is that it's a heat buildup issue which prevents it from doing more than 15 fps.

  • Guys, if this is the Sony RX100 sensor, that's why. Sensor wasn't designed for 4K video then it's probably harder to add it in later.

    The REAL question you have to ask Nikon is: If you had done...

  • Commented on Corinne in the Linkedin Headshots challenge

    How did you light it, if I may ask?

  • D'oh, forgot the 17-35!   Yeah that one is better than the 18-35 according to Photozone; in fact, it's the sharpest of the wideangles at the wide end.  It also has serious pro build.  I think it's ...
  • I wouldn't turn my nose up at some of the nice third-party lenses like the new Sigmas. If you're in Nikon DX you are virtually forced to dip into third-party lenses in order to get some real ...
  • You're only interested in zooms? The Sigma is interesting but a) doesn't take filters and b) isn't sharp at all in the corners before ~16mm (cancelling out the width benefit to the Sigma). The ...
  • The 24-120 needs to be stopped down at least one stop to reach optimal sharpness. The 12-40 PRO doesn't. You're at f2.8 or f4 with the 12-40 and at f5.6 or f8 with the Nikon. What's the...

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