I like Crêpes more.
Sie haben das 17/2.8 ja als Kit mit anderen Kameras auch in Deutschland verkauft.With other Cameras they sold it as a Kit in Germany allready. Why they don't sell these Cameras without Lens? What...
Sie haben das 17/2.8 ja als Kit mit anderen Kameras auch in Deutschland verkauft.
With other Cameras they sold it as a Kit in Germany allready. Why they don't sell these Cameras without Lens? What...
It is also neither very much better than the kit-zoom nor very much smaller. Nobody nedds it and nobody wants it. I have the Panna 20/1.7, the Oly 17/2.8 and the first Oly 14-42 Kit-Zoom and I...
They don't have a color I like...(If black is not a color)
They don't have a color I like...
(If black is not a color)
They built the Auto 110 end of the 70th. That was very similar. SLR with interchangeble Lenses for 110 film. Unfortunatly it was fully automatic.
The guys from metabones did not managed to build a reducer with factor 0.5. They say that is to much. About 0.7 was all they could do.
If I remeber it correctly the 1/2.3"-sensor of the Q was the first backlit sensor and was better than most 1/1.7". Making baklit sensors was difficult then and they did not managed it to make a...
Do you realy know how small this camera really is? It is not thin but very small.
They allready have an fisheye. They need a rectilinear lens. Somewhere around 4 to 5 mm.
There is an 18-85 1.8 from Fuji:http://www.fujifilm.com/products/optical_devices/cine/35mm_pl/hk_premier/#hk47x18 the problems with this one are the weight of 6.9kg and the price of 87,300.00 $.
I have the LCDVF from Kinotehnik. This solution is quite good if the screen is apropriate. If the resolution is too low you see excellently sharp pixels.
Kodak introduced the pocketfilm 110 in 1972. My father made lots of slides in kodachrome with his Pentax Auto 110 (SLR) until they stoped produktion in 1982. That was 2 years fun with kodachrome...
"wider dynamic range for professional films" Do you really think so? Look at this: http://www.clarkvision.com/articles/dynamicrange2/index.html
@Vadimka: Oberkochen@Mescalamba: Hasselblad is made by Fuji.
@Mescalamba: Hasselblad is made by Fuji.
I had a Minolta Weathermatic ones. (No wait! It is still there.) That is a yello tank (armoured) wich uses 110 cartridges. That thing was fun.
Pentax allready did that: http://www.dpreview.com/products/pentax/compacts/pentax_optiors1500