MatsP

MatsP

Lives in Sweden Stockholm, Sweden
Works as a architect and urban planner
Joined on Dec 5, 2011

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    I had the kit lens 12-50. I was never friend with it. It promised more than it was capable of. Now I have the 12-40/2.8. This lens always deliver, in any situation. I can trust it fully. It never ...
  • I sold my 9-18 when I got my 12-40/2.8 thinking 12 mm would be wide enough for architecture and landscape. But...I might reconsider. Now I just need a project to justify the 7-14...
  • If you don't use a bag travelling in the US, why should you do that in Europe? I see no reason to change your habit only because you're crossing the Atlantic.
  • Recoverd after Valborg and 1 May I read this. Interesting reading Anders. Sharpness is a complicated thing. I guess it's the combination of resolution and contrast. Or "micro-micro-contrast" ...
  • Yes the Pana 7-14 is definitely an option. It has a reputation of giving purple flare on Oly bodies, but maybe it's a lesser problem.
  • Yes it was tested on an aps camera. The mft sensor is indeed smaller but not that much smaller that we can be sure there's a significant difference regarding edge sharpness. Otherwise it seems to ...
  • The Samyang 10/2, 8 is very sharp in the center but quite soft at the edges according to lenstip.com. That's a pity, it makes it less useful for architecture and landscape.
  • No I really don't think they will either, I'm just speculating for my own fun about the possibilities and what they could do if they want to. If they do they will have to develop a new line of FF ...
  • Sure, on a mft, but not on a FF camera which this thread is about.
  • They probably only shoot brick walls themselves, that's their conception of architectural photography :-). Nice photos. High res is a nice option but not necessary for a good detailed photo. 16MP ...
  • A FF Olympus with sensor-shift AF would make it possible to use all the OM lenses out there. And other legacy MF lenses getting AF. But they won't do it I guess, though it would be technically ...
  • Yes as I wrote in another post I've travelled a lot and never anything happened. Probably because I'm aware of the risks and act a little carefully without thinking too much of it. But at home ...
  • I've been to Madrid a couple of times and visited Sevilla last year. I felt as safe as in my home city. Walked around as I use to with my camera on my shoulder and my wallet in my front jeans ...
  • Just wondering, do never the Rio inhabitants take pictures themselves, and thus are being carrying cameras? Don't they go shopping and have to carry some valuables now and then? How do they do it?
  • The easy way: In LR 5, go to help menu, look for upgrades, you'll be directed to Adobe upgrade site and offered a standalone LR6 for a reduced upgrade price. If I remember right you have to scroll ...
  • If you upgrade from within LR5 you'll automatically get it for the reduced price. No problem, I just did it. I'm not sure I really need it, but to that price there's no reason not doing it anyway ...
  • The upgrade was quick and easy. When I opened it for the first time I got directly to where I had been working in LR5. LR6 seems to work fine on my Surface 3 Pro with i5 processor, 8 GB RAM and ...
  • I just loooked for upgrades in LR5.7 on the "Help" menu and then I was directed to the Adobe Swedish site and there they offered LR6 as a standalone program for downloading. And as I already have ...
  • It is the 70-200 version without IS (that you don't need anyway if you have an Olympus camera) that goes for that price. It's a real bargain for a weather-sealed L lens. Another lens that could be ...
  • Because of cost maybe, the FT lenses are expensive. In my currency the 50-200 is 14 000 SEK and a 35-100 is 28 000 while a canon EF 70-200/4L is 6 500 (divide with ten to get it in euros or ...
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