inevitable crafts studio

inevitable crafts studio

Lives in Austria vienna, Austria
Works as a 3d
Joined on Jun 24, 2011
About me:

iam building an analog drummachine right now


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AlanG: This is just superficial surface work. A good designer would have figured out how to incorporate a high res EVF.

a great designer that mainly steals bauhaus styled ideas (which i like) that should redesign a bauhaus design-classic like a leica m could do better than that.

i like everything jony ive designed until this leica, probably its because the edges where marc newsons idea, i dont know

technically its boring, ditch the hotshoe on a leica that needs OVFs with wideangles is just plain stupid, sorry.

i know its just for charity but as a designer, arent they proud enough to deliver the best possible product ? ^^

instead of ditching the hotshoe why not the lcd?

i once made an x2 mockup, which probably isnt the best design too, but at least it stays true to the camera^^

Direct link | Posted on Oct 10, 2013 at 17:52 UTC

wow the round edges are ugly, the didnt get the design idea of a leica at all.

and the pentax guy .. come on ...why did they let him in this project anyway ?

i hope they raise some money, probably they are SO clever that they allready know that people witht hat mich money have bad taste ..

Direct link | Posted on Oct 9, 2013 at 20:57 UTC as 68th comment
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fad: I photograph in the streets of downtown Manhattan, around SOHO. A camera this stylish would be very practical for blending in and being accepted.

The camera we will use today is an ugly piece of retro mechanical equipment with a user interface only it's mother can love and software that is careless and no joy to use.

Let us hope that camera designers learn from this effort.

that was sarcasm ..

Direct link | Posted on Oct 9, 2013 at 20:54 UTC
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Alexander St: Camera for women. Not functional for serious work. Marc Newson should do this work alone...........

i could if you want me to ..

Direct link | Posted on Oct 9, 2013 at 20:50 UTC
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Blindphoton: Just think if the Fuji X Pro 1, X20, or similar had NIKON stamped across the top. They'd be absolute winners (note, clearly they are already wonderful - I have both). If Nikon coupled its technical expertise with its old rangefinder aesthetics it would be on to an absolute winner.

thats too late, nikon is still too much in the pro market.

if they would start that trend it would be ok, but while others copy their own classics to make news nikon still produces new classics with their pro cameras.

i mean i think thats how they see the classics trend.

if they would make a new nikon rangefinder i think it would be more designed like a j1/v1 then an actual classic nikon rangefinder.

they are too proud to copy themself and obviously too proud to take some of the competitors ideas even if they are good and people are asking them for it hehe

Direct link | Posted on Oct 6, 2013 at 09:37 UTC

nikon, would you please make a body like the j1 with a standard centered hotshoe and ricoh GRs featureset?

i dont care if its a classic rangefinder design or a modern design as long as it has the looks of the j1 or probably the v1 but i would prefer to use different ovf with every lens.

make a set of primes and special lenses, where is the tilt shift adapter for fmount?

better video, just give us hdmi out and 50mbit and all good :)

i LOVE 1" and super16

i bought a used v1 with 10mm for 250 € a few days ago to replace my gxr 28mm, and i absolutely love it, going to buy the 32mm for sure.

a superfast 85mm nikkor with 45mm closest focus in my pocket with superfast AF is so perfect that all th other problems are none to me :)

people loved or love the ricohs even they lack fast af or good video, and the potential hardwarewise is allready there, i guess they could solve all the critics with just one firmware upgrade. i bet they use it on their private cams hehe

Direct link | Posted on Oct 6, 2013 at 09:24 UTC as 28th comment
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Tal Shachar: the man holding the statue is blurred, it would be more impressing if the photographer used narrow aperture so both would be in focus. Most photographer think that its always good to have the bokeh effect, but it really depends on the background.

and now my respond for the technology:
it seems to me that this technology will also be used for characters in 3d animated movies (maya, daz, poser,blender, iclone etc.) so in future animated movies you will not be able to tell if those are real actors or animated characters based on photos of actors

the first paragraph is funny :) you upgraded from your first camera (galaxy note) to a bigsuperprozoomer last month didnt you ? read about aperture values right ? ;)

about the technologie respond, hehe did you even get whats the point of this ? taking photos as textures or scan reallife models for games is standard for more then 15 years already. the renderengine makes it realistic looking not the phototexture or the model

Direct link | Posted on Sep 28, 2013 at 14:02 UTC
On article Fujifilm X100S Review (492 comments in total)
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lmtfa: Their are more "CONS" listed here than their are in Pelican Bay Prison. And it still gets an 81% + Gold Award. So it has been decided by those in charge, make a "Retro" looking camera and name it Fujifilm and bingo it's a world class winner. I wish I had my Brownie that I got from Kellogg's Corn Flakes box tops. It surely would garner a 83% and don't call me Shirley:-))

i hope this was a sarcastic statement and you all fell for it hehe

otherwise i must be daydreamin ^^

facedetection ???? seriously ?

Direct link | Posted on Sep 25, 2013 at 21:36 UTC
On article Fujifilm X100S Review (492 comments in total)
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mpgxsvcd: At base ISO I really couldn't see how this camera had any better image quality than the Olympus OMD. If you stick the excellent Panasonic 20mm F1.7 lens on the Olympus or the upcoming Panasonic GX7 you would have the same image quality(or Better) for about the same price.

The biggest difference is that you could also then have an interchangeable lens camera. I don't think that the X100S is a bad camera. I just think that the fixed lens compact category offers no benefit over an interchangeable lens compact camera.

@mpgxsvcd : are you sure you got the concept of a fixed lens camera, or should this be somehow sarcastic ? ^^

also i think you didnt get the concept of the x100 at all

Direct link | Posted on Sep 25, 2013 at 21:31 UTC
On article Fujifilm X100S Review (492 comments in total)
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mpgxsvcd: It looks like a good camera in a niche market. If you are shopping for a camera in this market I am sure you would give this camera a nice long look.

That is pretty much the definition of the Gold award. I camera that excels in its particular category. If they only gave the gold awards to the absolute best performing cameras then the only cameras that would get the gold awards would be ones that most of us couldn't afford.

I would never buy this camera because I need a lot more flexibility than it can offer. However, I definitely would recommend that other people who need this particular type of camera look at it.

why do you explane it over and over again ? you wont buy it .. end of story ^^

Direct link | Posted on Sep 25, 2013 at 21:24 UTC
On article Fujifilm X100S Review (492 comments in total)
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iRadio07: I used my Fuji X100s mostly as a "MONOCHROME" camera,
the X-Trans sensor is excellent for B&W.
See some exemples :

i like the pictures, but the 1995 backround image is horrible. made my ipad browser crash 3times

Direct link | Posted on Sep 25, 2013 at 21:12 UTC
On article Fujifilm X100S Review (492 comments in total)
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lordsakana: I'm considering either the X100s or the X20 for casual portraiture with bokeh. Thoughts?

both are starnge cameras for portrait work

not so the bokeh but the angle^^ a 35 as a portrait lens is very close

edit i know the x20 is a zoom, but i wouldnt even consider that camera for even semipro work

Direct link | Posted on Sep 25, 2013 at 20:25 UTC
On article Fujifilm X100S Review (492 comments in total)
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ofquiet: How do you offer a fixed lens $1200 camera WITHOUT image stabilization? Or are you just saving that for the x100s2?

come on ^^ who needs image stabilization?

Direct link | Posted on Sep 25, 2013 at 20:22 UTC
On article Nikon AW1 First Impressions Review (590 comments in total)

see nikon, now we are talking

first mirrorless ever that seems interesting to me

Direct link | Posted on Sep 21, 2013 at 20:45 UTC as 36th comment
On Connect post Ricoh unveils 360-degree, smartphone-controlled Theta camera (59 comments in total)

quality is a joke, but not a good one, for that money

and iam a ricoh fanboy ^^

try microsofts free ios/android app called "photosynth" and then look at the sample of the ricoh again

Direct link | Posted on Sep 7, 2013 at 09:59 UTC as 10th comment

just saw video functions hahahahaha


Direct link | Posted on Sep 4, 2013 at 18:01 UTC as 57th comment | 2 replies

to be honest, iam in drone heaven!

i was thinking about buying an rx100 for usingit with a brushless gimbal, but the formfactor of the qx100 is WAAAAY better.

balancing the roll axis will be a dream hehe

also i generally like the super16 sensorsize

i wonder if they have some sort of manual video though ^^

Direct link | Posted on Sep 4, 2013 at 17:58 UTC as 58th comment | 2 replies
On article Build your own point-and-shoot camera with Bigshot (55 comments in total)
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jjlmoose: I think the point of this camera (which a lot of people are missing) is to get kids excited about going out and taking pictures... How many kids can go and take pictures with a camera they "built"? I think for most, it would be a huge sense of accomplishment to capture and see images from an instrument that they assembled themselves, regardless of the level of complexity. Besides, what 8-10 year old is really going to, or wants to understand focal ratios and depth of field and ISO settings... The best camera is the one you have with you and it's quite possible a kid would be more likely to have this camera with them, purely from the pride they have for it. Ok, now can we have some adult kits please? ;-)

thanks for making that clear, i really thought about selling all my gear for that ...

Direct link | Posted on Aug 8, 2013 at 06:44 UTC
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Tom Caldwell: I am a great satisficer, but with no maximiser instinct we would all be using some plain old cameras.

True maximisers will never be happy.

True satisficers will be happy with anything that takes pictures.

Great article, I like the twist.

I am a satisficer who learned to maximise and is now happily satisfied. Glad the article at least mentioned a Ricoh, the true maximus of street photography, even if only in passing. The satisficers would be happy with the GRDIV, the maximisers are out with their slide rules comparing the GR with about everything else that contains a shutter.

Someone once said that he who claims never to have made a mistake in purchasing has never bought anything. He who takes many purchases back for a refund has never bought anything either.

exactly that

Direct link | Posted on Jul 25, 2013 at 16:59 UTC

thats one fine eyample of futuristic yet classic industrial design !
cant understand all the naggers with their negative approach...

.. oh god who am i kidding iam too offended by its b**t ugly design to be sarcastic, i just lost all my energy by holding my stomache from throwing up hehe

ah and i forgot it looks cheaper then the original rx100, which is also something that is worth mentioning :)

Direct link | Posted on Jul 22, 2013 at 19:14 UTC as 264th comment
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