white shadow

white shadow

Lives in Malaysia Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Works as a Travel writer, photographer, creative consultant
Joined on May 9, 2013

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  • @ nutraman

    Why would you want to replace your 24Mp T6s with a micro 4/3 camera? If one require more Mp one should use s bigger sensor. I think 24Mp is about the highest amount of pixels one...

  • @ nutraman

    Why would you want to replace your 24Mp T6s with a micro 4/3 camera? If one require more Mp one should just use bigger sensor camera. I think 24Mp is about the highest amount of...

  • @ nutraman

    Why would you want to replace your 24Mp T6s with a micro 4/3 camera? If one require more Mp one should just use a bigger sensor camera. I think 24Mp is about the highest amount of...

  • It is very strange for people to always complain that the 16mp sensor is "old" and thus not adequite. What is more important is the quality of the pixels. If the pixels are too small, noise will...

  • It is very strange for people to always complain that the 16mp sensor is "old" and thus not adequite. What is more important is the quality of the pixels. If the pixels are too small, noise will...

  • Commented on Panasonic Lumix DMC-GM1 Review preview

    If you do not need an EVF then the GM1 should serve you fine. Now that the GF7 with the same lens and sensor is available at a lower price, you may want to consider that as well.

    The other...

  • @ 5inchfloppy

    From my experience with Micro 4/3, I would not use them pass f/8. Beside the signs of diffraction it is also unnecessary as the depth of field is sufficient if one is shooting...

  • Actually, if you are really into landscape photography, using full frame would be the best compromise. Of course, if you can afford it, then medium format would even be better.

    Micro 4/3 or even...

  • Actually, if you are really into landscape photography, using full frame would be the best compromise. Of course, if you can afford it, then medium format would even be better.

    Micro 4/3 or even...

  • Actually, if you are really into landscape photography, using full frame would be the best compromise. Of course, if you can afford it, then medium format would even be better.

    Micro 4/3 or even...

  • Actually, if you are really into landscape photography, using full frame would be the best compromise. Of course, if you can afford it, then medium format would even be better.

    Micro 4/3 or even...

  • This special edition model is really for Olympus fan.

    It would have been better if they are improving on the tracking focus of the EM5 Mk2 instead.

  • @ 5inchfloppy

    You are right. 4/3 sensors are actually 1/4 frame. At 16Mp, it is having a smaller pixel pitch than the Canon 5DS, so if it goes any higher it will just generate more noise at...

  • Commented on Olympus OM-D E-M5 II Review preview

    Despite what other cameras I am owning now, the G12 remains one of my favourite and dependable camera. The other is the Ricoh GR if you can live with a 28mm angle of view.

    If I am going for a...

  • If one is using a Canon APS-C body, the EF-S 24mm f/2.8 STM is very capable lens and offers best value for money. It is very strange that Voightlander decide to make such an awkward lens.

    What is...

  • Commented on Readers' Showcase: Steve Badger article

    Lots of excellent opportunities for landscape and country shots in Oz. Try the Kimberly area in North-western Australia. Tasmania also provide a variety of opportunities from forest to seascapes...

  • They can copy the shape and design but is the optics the same or better. If it is better then many would welcome it.

  • Interesting development. Lets wait for a test report from Photozone once these lenses become available in the market. Maybe DPR should do one earlier.

    Finally, now I can consider buying a Sony...

  • This particular Zeiss lens is probably the best for this kind of effect. It is not just soft but has a 3D effect not obtainable with other lenses. Check out some sample images from people who have...

  • For photographers who love a dreamy effect, the best lens to use is the Zeiss ZE/ZF 85mm f/1.4. The price may be not so cheap (about $1000) but the rendition is excellent, soft focus with a 3D...

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