Enginel

Enginel

Joined on Jun 9, 2011

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On Samsung NX mini First Impressions Review preview (566 comments in total)
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Black Box: I'm getting a bit tired of "yet another" lens mounts. It's not like there are hundreds of camera makers. Can't they all just down, eat some biscuits and come up with ONE lens mount standard for small MILCs? It's getting WAY too annoying.

http://xkcd.com/927/

Direct link | Posted on Mar 19, 2014 at 12:07 UTC
On Sony a6000 First Impressions Review preview (894 comments in total)
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binauralbeats: VGA resolution? Sorry, I know "many reviewers said the EVF is great", but that doesn't change the fact that it is significantly lower resolution. Less is not more. More is more. Personally, I'd like camera makers to spend more on the EVF than the rear screen. In fact, leave off the rear screen and spend it all on the EVF.

@Shamael: GX7 has smaller sensor in larger body, that's why it was easier for them to make faster shutter.

Direct link | Posted on Feb 13, 2014 at 08:18 UTC
On Sony a6000 First Impressions Review preview (894 comments in total)
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Ed Gill: Sony needs to develop a decent shutter. 1/160 flash synch - really? I'll pass.

what's the difference between 1/160 s and e.g. 1/240 s?
no way focal plane shutters willl catch leaf shutters.
Sure it's nice to have faster flash sync, but 90% users won't need this.
Better AF, more shots per battery -- that's what 98% do need

Direct link | Posted on Feb 13, 2014 at 08:08 UTC
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peevee1: 11 fps with C-AF would be perfect for sports, but Sony APS-C E-mount does not have a single decent sport tele zoom. f/6.3 55-210 and 18-200, nor $1500 FE 70-200/4 need not apply.

If they had decent sport zoom, but not a camera with fast AF, you'd complain the lens is utterly useless because it cannot focus.
They have to start somewhere from.

Direct link | Posted on Feb 13, 2014 at 07:51 UTC
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parkmcgraw: 3 of 3

The camera body offerings today, somewhat analogous to how a fledgling and or pretentious cook, as appose to a skilful chef, creates a "what is that" sort of desert, not being knowable or skillful enough in the arts to produce a basic though very high quality cake or seasoned pie with ice cream.

In closing, please STOP removing basic system hardware functions and or options without first insuring that what is being selected to be the replacement item is superior on most all respects to the predecessor.

Do a job, big or small, do it right or not at all.

Park McGraw

Go buy Nikon DF, or even better, Nikon F4.
Do you seriously think that camera makers should not sell small, high IQ cameras to users who want them just because of someone's else faggotry?

Direct link | Posted on Feb 13, 2014 at 07:49 UTC
On Sony Alpha NEX-5R preview (145 comments in total)
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Jogger: someone needs to make an adapter that allows full electronic coupling with Nikon or canon lenses.

Give me adapter that allows full electoric coulping with M43 or NX lenses ! ;-)
30/2 is nice...

Direct link | Posted on Aug 29, 2012 at 16:27 UTC
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ProfHankD: Well that's two excellent E-mount lenses. Pitty I can't afford them ;)

Umm, NEX's 16/2.8 is small and this full-frame Zeiss 15/2.8 is huge

Direct link | Posted on Apr 8, 2012 at 13:52 UTC
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ProfHankD: Well that's two excellent E-mount lenses. Pitty I can't afford them ;)

What for would you use that in E-mount. That would be as large as a SLR lens.

Direct link | Posted on Apr 7, 2012 at 05:27 UTC
On Sony announces DSC-WX30 CMOS-based compact camera article (8 comments in total)
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HopeSpringsEternal: Still no support for RAW recording in any Sony compact sensor camera or large sensor camcorder

...as is every contemporary dSLR.

Direct link | Posted on Aug 1, 2011 at 16:56 UTC
On Sony announces DSC-WX30 CMOS-based compact camera article (8 comments in total)
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Jakob Dam Knudsen: Everything sounds promising except for a few aspects;
- The CMOS architecture is in itself inferior to the CCD. The reason as to why CMOS are used so widely in dSLRs, is lower power consumption, faster (much faster) readout and the possibility to place anti-blooming gates and dischargers and other stuff more directly on the CMOS pixel rows, than the CCD allows.
- 16,2 MPixels. On a ... what, let's guess 1/2.4" sensor at the largest. Our current compact camera leader in terms of image clarity and low noise, is the Canon S9x and G11/G12 with their 1/1.7" CCD which only performs 10 MPixels. So a smaller sensor and higher resolution WILL result in more noise, backlit sensor or not. I clearly remember how the backlit principle should've revolutionized Sony dSLR noise performance, and yet today, Sony dSLRs are STILL the ones delivering the most noise compared to Canon and Nikon competitors.

I use Sony dSLRs myself, but that doesn't mean I always agree with their choises in terms of tech.

Sony has never released dSLR with backlit sensor. Canon's dSLR are years apart from Sony & Nikon (which uses sensors from Sony)

Direct link | Posted on Aug 1, 2011 at 16:54 UTC
On iPhone video enhanced by rolling shutter effect article (92 comments in total)
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role_of_72: This 'effect' is funny. :)

The other funny thing is if this was discovered in some other product it'd be a serious engineering mistake. But since it is in the iPhone this is fun and a killer feature.:D Apple has always been good in marketing.

Every focal-plane shutter camera has this 'mistake'. In first Leicas, it took about 1/25 sec for curtain to travel across frame

Direct link | Posted on Jul 16, 2011 at 11:22 UTC
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AshLee52: How about a body where the sensor moved to focus, leaving the lens in a fixed position? With various adapters you could use Leica R, Leica M, and other brand lenses. You would set the f-stop on the lens and focus in "stopped down" mode, but the image would be bright on a electronic viewfinder.

You don't know what you are talking about.
The amount of focusing movement, if done by moving sensor, is independent on a lens design and equals to square of focal distance divided by minimal focus distance.

Direct link | Posted on Jul 16, 2011 at 02:49 UTC
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AshLee52: How about a body where the sensor moved to focus, leaving the lens in a fixed position? With various adapters you could use Leica R, Leica M, and other brand lenses. You would set the f-stop on the lens and focus in "stopped down" mode, but the image would be bright on a electronic viewfinder.

for 50mm focal length, and that's moderate telephoto for NEX, you only need to move sensor by a few millimeters. That's not much.
And having movable sensor doesn't mean lens cannot have a focusing system (in that case, only telephoto lens would have it, and normal and wideangle wouldn't)

Direct link | Posted on Jul 15, 2011 at 04:20 UTC
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digby dart: Don’t be surprised to see Fuji associated with Leica system somewhere along the line, Fuji’s industrial might would be a fine association for camera sensor and lens manufacturing.

A format between aps-c and full frame makes a lot of sense especially with Fuji’s announced plans to take on Nikon for market share, something Leica would be keen to capitalize on.

Fuji has shown Leica what the x1 should have been by producing the x100, that would certainly not have gone unnoticed by Leica. Both parties would bring a lot to the market in a new venture. Time will tell.

What's wrong with having 18mm flange distance?
And E-mount can accomodate FF sensor and lenses.

Direct link | Posted on Jul 15, 2011 at 04:07 UTC
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Kiril Karaatanasov: I thought Leica is the leading brand for mirror less cameras in the last many many years including both film and digital. M-system AFAIK lack mirror.

Oh no, EVIL cameras have mirror too - it's under lamp which illuminates LCD screen...

Direct link | Posted on Jul 15, 2011 at 03:57 UTC
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