legokangpalla

legokangpalla

Joined on Jan 11, 2013

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On Medium well done: Two takes on the Pentax 645Z article (242 comments in total)

Jesus, why do people expect an enthusiast to be anything more than... an enthusiast.
He's kind of a guy who got a DSLR and goes around taking seemingly random photos with poor composition trying to learn photography, not someone who spends couple of hours setting up a perfect lighting with a pretty model in a nice studio. This is a pretty good estimation of what an enthusiast's point of view.

Also, he does point of few important things:
a) This uber expensive-well for the majority of enthusiasts who owns bodies for under 2Ks- camera is not a magic wand. Enthusiasts should get something cheaper and learn photo until you are worthy of such tool.
b)It looks funny carrying it around and a lot of people do care how they look with a camera-I'm looking at you Leica fan boys.
c)Good for landscape->bad for sport, slow AF and FPS.

Direct link | Posted on Dec 15, 2014 at 20:57 UTC as 6th comment

Hi can somebody help me make a decision?
I have A7R with LA-EA4 adapter. I only have a 35mm minolta for prime lens which I use indoors. I want a 50~55mm prime lens.

I'm stuck between Minolta 50mm f/1.4 RS vs this: FE 55 f/1.8 CZ
-The AF of LA-EA4 is very fast, I would guess that despite the fast auto focusing of the CZ lens, the old A mount lens would focus just as quick.
-The sharpness and distortion wise, the CZ seems to have advantage.
-At low light, despite light loss from LA-EA4 transparent mirror, the larger aperture would compensate some what.

At the moment, I'm not quite sure what I get from the CZ lens by spending extra 500$.

Direct link | Posted on Oct 31, 2014 at 10:49 UTC as 4th comment

Moar MFTs! MOAR!

Direct link | Posted on Jan 31, 2013 at 13:59 UTC as 28th comment
On Fujifilm X100S preview (218 comments in total)
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Sindreste: Why do you think Fuji is using a LCD-viewfinder instead of a OLED? Is it because it costs less, or is the LCD better in any way?

Well, since there are plenty of OLEDs who are thinner and simpler to implement than LCDs, I doubt that;s the case. However, LCDs are far more reflective as a result have greater outdoor visibility compared to OLEDs. If OLEDs want to have that kind of outdoor visibility, it will require much more power for back lighting.

Direct link | Posted on Jan 15, 2013 at 05:22 UTC

If you can make a lens +sensor module, why not make lens module and a sensor module? Is that too difficult?

Direct link | Posted on Jan 15, 2013 at 05:17 UTC as 4th comment

Just one question...DP system looks like MILC...without interchangeable lenses. Do I have to buy all of them as a set or there is an interchangeable lense?

Direct link | Posted on Jan 15, 2013 at 05:15 UTC as 7th comment
On CES 2013: Hands-on with Samsung NX300 article (150 comments in total)
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legokangpalla: Be careful what you wish for people...
"universal" EVF with HDMI interface: http://www.kinotehnik.com/products/electronic-viewfinder/overview
Well, I must admit it is pretty big, but hey you can't have compactness and EVF both...
Just to let you NEX fanboys know, I've used this WITH Nex7, call me crazy, but once you use it, you can never go back to that small thing you guys call EVF...not all EVFs all made equal.
But seriously, stop nagging about all these little features cause you can get them if you really want them.

Whilst I like LCDVF no...I did not buy it for the NX series. It would have been funny-by which I mean tragic-if I did. I got it because the 5inch display on Scarlet is good, but have pi$$ poor visibility outside.

Direct link | Posted on Jan 14, 2013 at 11:41 UTC
On Just Posted: Sony Alpha SLT-A99 review article (498 comments in total)

A99 is nice...I demoed it with a couple of old Minolta lenses that I had. However, as much as I like EVF as much as OVF-I like them both- I do not see the point of "mirror less " camera that has the same form factor as a full sized DLSR...I mean couldn't Sony just make a Nex8 with similar specs? Also, I do not think SLT provide better image quality than other mirrorless cameras, I mean technically those two mechanisms are the same. ie) It is a MILC!

Also, call me cheap, but 2.7grand for body only MILC? That's kinda crazy...

Direct link | Posted on Jan 11, 2013 at 01:33 UTC as 3rd comment
On CES 2013: Hands-on with Samsung NX300 article (150 comments in total)

Be careful what you wish for people...
"universal" EVF with HDMI interface: http://www.kinotehnik.com/products/electronic-viewfinder/overview
Well, I must admit it is pretty big, but hey you can't have compactness and EVF both...
Just to let you NEX fanboys know, I've used this WITH Nex7, call me crazy, but once you use it, you can never go back to that small thing you guys call EVF...not all EVFs all made equal.
But seriously, stop nagging about all these little features cause you can get them if you really want them.

Direct link | Posted on Jan 11, 2013 at 00:31 UTC as 15th comment | 4 replies
On CES 2013: Hands-on with Samsung NX300 article (150 comments in total)
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jj74e: I don't get it. Why is an EVF so desirable in this type of camera, that is to say rangefinder-style mirrorless?

Sony is able to put their EVF in the corner of their body (and not a bulgy hump at the top) because their screen sizes are unconventionally at 16:9 and rather small. Fuji also because, well frankly their bodies aren't very compact anyway.

Personally I don't want a 16:9 screen when most of my photos are 4:3, and I don't want a hump to bulk up my camera- wuah la, cameras like the NX300 might be right for me.

Honestly, if all you want is an EVF, look at a camera with an EVF; it's that simple. How big do you think the market demand is for built in EVFs in this product segment? Considering companies are also catering to point-and-shoot upgraders, probably not very.

Hey, if you want an EVF, there's a camera for you. But don't go writing off other cameras that don't have one because it could be the camera for someone else.

"Whoa, you mean, I'm not the only consumer here?"

I've used NEX-7. Canon "Rebel" D600, and NX-200...most of them had EVFs, but I used attachable EVFs anyway because a) I liked it better, b) just because I had it...the point is:
Almost any camera that anyone can buy that's not ancient supports some form of EVF one way or another, you just need to find it!

Direct link | Posted on Jan 11, 2013 at 00:24 UTC
On CES 2013: Hands-on with Samsung NX300 article (150 comments in total)
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ChrisKramer1: I like the look of it a lot. But without the possibility of attaching an EVF, I will stick with my Sony NEX. The EVF is really useful when you use bigger lenses. Fact is, I couldn't use my Tamron 18-200 without it.

Well, most modern cameras-well that's being generous- have image out function may it be HDMI, USB, etc and can be used with third-party or Samsung EVF kits. I love the EVF on my NX-7 but since my dad wants it, I'm trying to find a new MILC camera. If you are like me and love MILCs, but hate that most of them don't have EVF, wait till the camera comes out and see if there is any compatible EVFs out there. I know for a fact that all Canon DLCRs and MILCs have image sensor out, so you can hook up third-party viewfinders to it.

Direct link | Posted on Jan 11, 2013 at 00:21 UTC
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