jeremyclarke

jeremyclarke

Lives in Canada Montreal, Canada
Works as a Web Developer
Has a website at http://jeremyclarke.org
Joined on Dec 13, 2013
About me:

Jeremy Clarke is a human web developer from Montreal. Studied media/cinema in college but just got my first DSLR in 2013. Excited about bokeh.

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  • Commented on article Fujifilm X-T10 Review

    I love how the silver+black version looks, so we disagree only in that I like both colors :D

    Personally I liked the rangefinder format of the X-E1 better, and wish the X-T10 was a bit wider, but...

  • Commented on article Fujifilm X-T10 Review

    Fair point about contextualizing the emotional aspects of a review, but it seems to me they are already doing that. You pointed out that they admit the Sony is more capable, what more do you need?...

  • Commented on article Fujifilm X-T10 Review

    Webm agree with what you're saying, though "equivalent in its market segment" isn't really the important question, since the market segments are vastly different in size. Maybe there are thousands...

  • Seriously. 3$ isn't enough to be upset about losing, but this app is a stinker.

    The article and concept are the interesting part, the app is too poorly done to enjoy.

    I was hoping to get a...

  • Commented on article Fujifilm X-T10 Review

    @xeriwthe My impression is you are joking around and trying to point out that all the cameras can "review" images on the LCD by going into playback mode. Is that right?

    If so my impression was...

  • Commented on article Fujifilm X-T10 Review

    Revenant you are right about the X30! Sorry I didn't think they used X-trans on the 2/3 sensors, must have been thinking of the X100 or something.

    Also agree that saying "people don't buy Fuji for...

  • Commented on article Fujifilm X-T10 Review

    X30 just might have BETTER video than the X-T10 because it doesn't use the X-Trans array on the sensor, it (along with the X-A2) uses a standard bayer array. At least you won't have toxic moiré...

  • Commented on article Fujifilm X-T10 Review

    :)

    If anything I'd recommend you keep it nice and short. Part of the transition is getting used to the fact that you ALWAYS "chimp" with the EVF, rather than deciding for each photo whether to...

  • Commented on article Fujifilm X-T10 Review

    Don Sata no not at all, not sure why you would even ask that question. I'm an enthusiast which is why I bought the X-T10 not the X-T1.

    Any camera can be used by a Pros of course, but I think what...

  • Commented on article Fujifilm X-T10 Review

    FWIW It's funny but not surprising that tech support considers this a common complaint. You're certainly not the first person I've heard complain about this, and I bet it's a common conclusion for...

  • Commented on article Fujifilm X-T10 Review

    You'll get used to it! The feature you want isn't really needed by users of the camera, the only reason they would include it is to satisfy DSLR converts who aren't used to EVF yet.

    How would it...

  • Commented on article Fujifilm X-T10 Review

    All that said, here's the one set of settings I found useful in "Save Custom Settings": Manual flash settings for use with my YN-560 manual flashgun.

    ISO: 200
    White Balance: Daylight

    In the end...

  • Commented on article Fujifilm X-T10 Review

    The "Custom Settings" feature is pretty useless in Fuji cameras unfortunately, because it can only save a few settings and they are mostly the JPG-only ones that have no effect on RAW files (DR,...

  • Commented on article Fujifilm X-T10 Review

    I was using an X-T1 and X-E1 side by side and never even noticed the difference in the EVF. The main reason to care is if you make heavy use of the picture-in-picture manual focus aid, which is...

  • Commented on article Fujifilm X-T10 Review

    There's something embarrassing about knowing that my brand new camera can't actually take better pictures than my out of date X-E1, it just feels wrong.

    On the other hand I loved the photos from...

  • Commented on article Fujifilm X-T10 Review

    Nice. All I'll add is that once you try one of Fuji's wide primes you may re-assess the quality of the 18-55mm :P

    The 16mm f/1.4 is neither small (it weighs more than the X-T10) nor cheap (it also...

  • Commented on article Fujifilm X-T10 Review

    X-E1 also has great build quality IMHO, when I first got mine I could hardly believe I could afford it (it was after X-E2 came out and really cheap by that point). Compared to my old Rebel it felt...

  • Commented on article Fujifilm X-T10 Review

    I agree completely about the 18-55mm dissuading me from buying the cheaper primes, it's so good that I'd rather make do with it than switch out for one stop of light.

    If the kit lens was...

  • Commented on article Fujifilm X-T10 Review

    >You see, if Fuji sales were hurt because of poor video they would have definitely put their efforts in improving it. On the contrary, good sales numbers tell them their customers don't care a whit...

  • Commented on article Fujifilm X-T10 Review

    BURST!

    Yeah I don't think they are going to fix the buffer depth (assuming that's what you meant?) with firmware, it's probably caused by a cheaper I/O component and the same cause as the lack of...

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