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Graham Lacdao

Graham Lacdao

Has a website at http://www.lacdao.com
Joined on Feb 8, 2012


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Brilliant!! Although it's a been long time coming I've actually got used to manual focus without focus peaking for pro use. They could always bring back the in body focus motor to keep the lens size down, but I'm not one to complain as I think these lenses are awesome. Love to see an AF version of the Voigtlander 35mm f1.2, this lens is amazing with my A7s and the size is small compared to the CZ 34mm f1.4

Direct link | Posted on Feb 16, 2015 at 13:04 UTC as 7th comment
On Ryan Brenizer on how to shoot engagement sessions article (72 comments in total)

Nice!!! The guy is a legend. Been a fan of his work since 2007.

Direct link | Posted on Apr 19, 2014 at 21:42 UTC as 21st comment
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3dreal: f1.8 APSC=the same lightgathering like f2.7 on FF.
so comparing both formats at iso 100 and 1/30 apsc-lens at 2.7 shows darker image than ff-lens at 2.7? i dont get it. discussed here endlessly.
that would mean an external lightmeter must be recalibrated whe switching from FF to aps-c? very strange. fstops- no matter on which formats are all the same in relation to Evs.

f1.8 APSC=the same DOF like a f2.7 on FF
Light gathering of a f1.8 lens is always f1.8

Direct link | Posted on Apr 18, 2013 at 08:36 UTC
On Review: Nokia 808 PureView article (349 comments in total)

OMG I am blown away, I wonder what a Full-Frame version of this sensor would be like :)

Direct link | Posted on Aug 4, 2012 at 11:05 UTC as 45th comment
On Nikon D4 & D800: What do the Professionals Think? article (391 comments in total)
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fuxicek: Ken Rockwell said: if you already have a Nikon D40 (or FE or SP), there's no need to buy a D800



Direct link | Posted on Feb 25, 2012 at 12:42 UTC
On Nikon D800 preview (1106 comments in total)
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daiviet: I am rather bemused by the preoccupation about noise and ISO settings evidenced in this discussion thread. The way that sensor technology is evolving along with image processing software, I believe that ISO-less photography has arrived. On my Nikon D90, I have shot pictures at ISO 3200 that are perfectly usable after processing through Lightroom 3.6. I always shoot with Auto ISO turned on, and so far it has worked for me. I expect the D800 will deliver a significant improvement over my D90.

Now I had the D7000 and that is more than acceptable in low light situations up to ISO6400 with 50mm f1.4 glass.. And some situations I've shot even higher iso be it wedding/event photography.. Btw cool YouTube link.

Direct link | Posted on Feb 17, 2012 at 06:24 UTC
On Nikon D800 preview (1106 comments in total)

Really? whats not to like about the D800.... I've got the D700, S3 Pro, EPL-1 20mm f1.7 and the D5100... And all are great camera's

Well I'm saving up for mine slowly.. Can't wait !!!...(But in no rush since the brain op) I mean 36mp thats the realm of Medium Format (and they rarely shoot over ISO 400 for advertising).

If you need to chop the chroma noise at high ISO skip down to 12mp on the D800 (But I guess to this not necessary due to improvement in technology)..

I do not think it is envy and consumer ignorance... I mean the Leica M9 cost twice as much as D800 and I wish I could afford one (cannot fault any Leica Lens and a M9 is damn sharp at 18mp), but I find it practical to spend it on a D800 (invested on Nikon Lenses). So on that note I think Nikon is selling the D800 at really good price considering you got 36mp, 1080p video and 100% Viewfinder. What more can you want.

Just check this out:

Direct link | Posted on Feb 17, 2012 at 00:40 UTC as 158th comment | 1 reply
On Preview:olympusEM5 (1362 comments in total)
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Archmikus: I can't believe I'm saying this, but I think I'm finally going to sell all my Canon gear and move to the OM-D. I never would have considered Olympus in the past 10 years (though 20 years ago I did grow up using an Olympus film camera). I've been a Canon guy ever since I laid my hands on the D30. However, I do a lot of hiking and city exploration and weight is a big issue. The Canon 60D + 15-85 lens weighs in at 1330g, whereas the OM-D with 12-50 lens is less than half of that (636g). I'm hopeful the OM-D gets reviewed positively, because if so, I'm jumping into Micro Four Thirds!

Yep I can relate to that!!! It all depends on the review, but all seems hopeful with the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 positively reviewed already... I think it can better it...

Posted on Feb 14, 2012 at 14:25 UTC
On Preview:olympusEM5 (1362 comments in total)

It's perfect... I can't wait ;-)

Posted on Feb 8, 2012 at 06:43 UTC as 379th comment
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