Opperdienaar

Opperdienaar

Joined on Apr 21, 2012

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On Nikon D3200 preview (181 comments in total)
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Opperdienaar: If you put the spot on the circle with white and black radial lines (in the middle of the picture below the + and the playing cards), you can see a strange vertical line in both D3200 and SLT-A65, which is not there in EOS 600D or D3100.
If you take the D5100 it has a strange horizontal line there.
Like multiple images are glued together.
The Sony Nex-7 has both a verticle and horizontal line.
Do they make big sensors by glueing together smaller sensors?

when I refresh I get the crop spot also reset and when I move it back the lines are still there. But apparently due to my setup.

Direct link | Posted on Apr 30, 2012 at 17:23 UTC
On Nikon D3200 preview (181 comments in total)

If you put the spot on the circle with white and black radial lines (in the middle of the picture below the + and the playing cards), you can see a strange vertical line in both D3200 and SLT-A65, which is not there in EOS 600D or D3100.
If you take the D5100 it has a strange horizontal line there.
Like multiple images are glued together.
The Sony Nex-7 has both a verticle and horizontal line.
Do they make big sensors by glueing together smaller sensors?

Direct link | Posted on Apr 30, 2012 at 09:56 UTC as 24th comment | 2 replies
On Nikon D3200 preview (181 comments in total)
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DMillier: Something weird in the test shots.

The Paul Smith watch in the bottom right corner seems to morph between shots.

For example I compared the K5, G3, NEX 3 to the D3200 and every camera seems to have a different opinion as to whether the minute/hour markers are solid white lines, double bars or solid white lines with a black bit in the middle. They don't even seem to be sure whether the markers are the same at the top and bottom of the face.

Can someone from DPR say what it is supposed to look like?

I don't understand, how can this be? I think the solid white is what is really there. Even for the cameras that show the mystery line, it is gone for the hour markers at the lower halve of the watch.
Some side effect of noise reduction?

Direct link | Posted on Apr 30, 2012 at 09:46 UTC
On Nikon D3200 preview (181 comments in total)
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jscat1: Does anyone know if the wireless adapter requires a wireless network? or does it function ad-hoc? sorry for the double post

usually with wifi you connect to a router, get an ip adress and become one of the devices on the router visible to all other devices. But wifi also allows a dedicated link with single other device without a router, it would surprise me if that is not supported

Direct link | Posted on Apr 30, 2012 at 09:28 UTC
On Nikon D3200 preview (181 comments in total)
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Dpreviewmember: I'm not a pixel peeper but I like clear images.
If you come from the small sensor bridge cams, like myself, you are probably looking for something that gives you a true extra punch in low light photos, since at ISO100-200 there seems to be no big practical difference, and kit lenses are not faster than fixed bridge lenses I'd look for something that produces good clean pictures at ISO6400.

Comparing all at ISO6400, I agree with the comments below that Cannon T3i looks better and even the D3100 in some cases, so it doesn't seem like a big upgrade in image quality, I'd still stay with the T3i tilt screen.

It seems to me that Sony's NEX-5N and NEX-7 are the big winers close with the PENTAX K-5, considering the differences from 16, 18 and 24MP, their images just look cleaner and with less noise than the the D3200.

For similar size the NEX-5N seems like a better buy and even
the Fuji X10 looks unbelievable good for it's sensor size, price
and all in one kind !

If I compare D3200 with D3000 like kewlguy says, D3000 looks mare cleaner. That means a better image for less money? Or is it an optical illusion?Could you proces the 24M image down to 10M en get a D3000 quality image?

Direct link | Posted on Apr 29, 2012 at 08:31 UTC
On Nikon D3200 preview (181 comments in total)

Is it just me or do the 600D and D3100 look better at 100 ISO raw than both D3200 and A65?
put the spot on the blue watch right bottom side. Or is that because of a different magnification?

Direct link | Posted on Apr 28, 2012 at 22:55 UTC as 38th comment
On Nikon D3200 preview (181 comments in total)
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highwave: Raw files from Nikon D3200 and Sony NEX-7 look pretty much identical to my eyes. D3200 just slightly less exposed but same everything else. (IMHP)

Is it just me or do the 600D and D3100 look better at 100 ISO raw than both D3200 and A65?
put the spot on the blue watch right low. Or is that because of a different magnification?

Direct link | Posted on Apr 28, 2012 at 19:12 UTC
On Samsung NX20: First Impressions article (83 comments in total)
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ProfHankD: This is in several ways a step ahead of Sony NEX, but still misses on a lot of the basics. Samsung's been learning a lot from Sony; let's see if Sony can learn a little from Samsung and start to support the "connected camera" concepts... at least allowing USB tethered control (like they should have all along!).

I wonder if there is a long delay with storing raw images like with the nx200

Direct link | Posted on Apr 22, 2012 at 12:24 UTC
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