LFPCPH: Does Sony produce a DSLR (non SLT) APS-C camera anymore, or is that all over ?
Nikon is producing enough DSLR Cameras (equipped with Sony Sensors) for both Sony and Nikon. Sony is the No.1 Sensor manufacturer in the world producing compacts, SLTs and mirrorless cameras only.The market is wisely divided for products like DSLR, Mirrorless (withEVF) and the retro look rangefinder mirrorless.
Andrew Elliott: Come on Leica, it's not even April!
Well !!!! This year we'll celebrate April's 1st just before Christmas.
Georgeee: The battery is cute!
for a car
It looks like it is ...
Petrogel: The whole world was expecting an article like this one, THANK YOU DPR for sharing it with us .....
Neither Good Nor Bad, Ironic !!!!!
The whole world was expecting an article like this one, THANK YOU DPR for sharing it with us .....
Great photo!!! this one reminds me of "Pisoderi ski slopes"
It was about time FAA should do something about it .
photomedium: Boy what a dead week this was!
Dear Just a Photographer I'm afraid that your are absolutely right, unfortunately most of us (myself included) we are here to talk more about our gear, than what we really can do with it.
P.S Both my cameras (Canon EOS 400D and Nikon D5100) had about 4 to 5 years life expectancy
Make it a month !!!
Petrogel: If the price will be similar to the IQ, then i'm sure it'll sell like hot cakes......LOL
It's not me the one who can not follow, but please go on i'm having good time with you
It's really amusing talking to you
Let me remind you what you have posted on your second post under my comment: "...It's not cutting off information from the sensor. One could argue a RGB filter does that...."
Dude you don't know what you are talking about
It is obvious you do not know what you are talking about.- The problem is not your ignorance, but your persistence on coming with posts repeatedly, trying to convince -who knows whom- maybe your own self , that colour wavelength spectrum is not an information.
Well dude !! I am sorry but you are wrong.-
No colour layers, No colour information
@howaboutRawIf posting more isn't going to make you correct, then why you still posting?
You remain so profoundly wrong about how sensors are inherently B+W that you're not going to get taken seriously until you address this failing.
@ Revenant- When you stop using CFA coating on a sensor, for example, you cut colour information off."..Chrominance information was never there.." as CFA was never there, again cutting information off.
@ HowaboutRawOh no mate, you are wrong !!!On the contrary my friend i know where exactly the "sensor circuitry" is situated -ON a sensor- and where to point the differences between a BI and a FI sensor. (you probably have missed the LOL sign at the end of the sentence)
@ both of you Sensors are like films: Colour film contains three layers of emulsion, like for example Foveon x3 sensors have three layers of pixels or the typical CFA sensors that have one actual layer of coloured pixels that can capture only a part of the colour. In any case you won't add or even remove the colour layer/s you cut off colour information .
- That's how colour sensors work, all except Foveon and Leica's Monochrome
- "........ the circuitry powering/controlling the sensors is in a different place...." yeah maybe next to the battery LOL