Wye Photography: A new Canon film camera?
That was my first thought but elsewere someone reminded of the more drab and higher possibility; A new 19 Mp APS-C camera....
The question is misleading; It asks what I consider appropriate for other photographers (not me). Actual, I know photo enthousiast who do very well with their phone cam while others seems to follow quality rules fanaticly... My advice for the photo enthousiasts fully depends on their ambition and style.
daMatrix: In my humble opinion these test photos show why burst shooting fails compared to well timed & anticipated shutter-click.
The first two images make sense; Nice. The images from burst shooting at 10 fps are all off timed. Add to that the fact that the more multiples increases after editing time; choosing, trying to make a 'almost photo' work and so on.
Sometimes we have to trust our photographic skills. Or accept the fact that if we fail the camera can only give comfort but cannot substitute what an artistic eyes and hand coordination can do.
That maybe so, but that still margins the 7DII to a camera special for shooting erratic animal behaviour... But I'm fine if the 7DII becomes a hit, such will improve Canon industry and hopefully they come with something that really rocks next year.
beenthere: As a Nikon DX shooter, I'm wondering how they will respond to this. They've been chasing prosumers upmarket to FX since the D300s, Canon seems to have called their bluff. The D610/D750/810 is still too pricey and the D7100 is a bit long in the tooth as well as lacking some key differentiators when compared to the 7D mkII.
The cameras you mention are fullframes, the 7DII has a APS-C sensor...Add to that the fact that sensor innovation has become very subtle last decade, thus the 7DII will give the same image quality as other below $1000 APS-C cameras.
In my humble opinion these test photos show why burst shooting fails compared to well timed & anticipated shutter-click.
munro harrap: Capture One is My favourite software, by far. Problem is I dare not use it. Why, you ask.Well I had a full trial of 7. I installed it and used it extensively, growing to love it and prefer it over Photoshop and Lightroom which are trash in comparison.
At the end of the trial I uninstalled it, and when I uninstalled it it deleted 240GB of my own work.
YEP, I kid you not. And that is why I do not use it now.Had I not all this work already backed up on another drive, Capture one would have destroyed forever as many good pictures as there are in the Tate!
Has it improved????
I cannot believe that such thing happened, unless you the user specify to store your photos in the software folder (that is already an achievement) AND at uninstall state click ok to delete the software folder.
MikeF4Black: So it's as big as a full frame DSLR, it weighs as much as a full frame DSLR, but it's got a small sensor.
The client gets more (of what he does not want).
Well that is good news. Better than I calculated to be Canons possible big upgrade; A brand new camera strap.
Not for citzens of New York, Florida, Peurto Rico, rhode Island..
Thanks for sharing with us this time journey.
Even the story behind the photos - a couple on camping honeymoon trip with their uncle and cat- is an eyeopener. What have we become spoiled last decades.
The winning WorldPressPhoto gets 3.71 score.
A blurry pic of cat, without contrast and composition gets a score 3.8A cat that could go public as lolcat gets 4.5. Same cat at older age posing for the camera, in perfect light and contrast and composition, but boring pose gets a 3.8 score.
It seems that the app does not compute : Appealing contrast, color, and composition . The most important factor 'story' is anyhow something we have to make up ourselves (and argue about it amongst each other)
Hmm, the point of this article is use the software that came with product X.
Not helpfulll at all for all those who want to calibrate their camera without something on a cd.If using software that came along on a cd is the point (and not color checking) front news then write an article about the essence of reading the manual and using appropriate software .
Geez no enlargement view?These old images hold much more detail than shown here due to the large negative (glasplate) size.
This is a fine example of totally useless camera;- Camera cannot text, thus average smartphone does a better job for social network contact. (and sphones offer a choice of social networks)- Image Quality will not do for serious photographers who need a upload anyhow now feature .
Overall I'm really getting worried about Canon's future making a statement with such outdated crap.
Sharpness seems to be slightly more fuzzy in Daylight than artificial light (looking the bottle area).
And maybe for pixel peepers a coordinate bar (like in landmaps) to communicate issues one sees in photo.
A bit sad that older cameras will now become uncomparable. (good news for manufacters since image quality improvement seems to stagnate last 2 years )
And one request I would like to see; A test photo with 1 sec exposure bulb light. (long exposure noise at every iso).
But after all the point the test image seems worthwhile the effort to trash older test data. The image makes sense and points of IQ attention are easy seen. (older version was more or less a forest where each and everyone had its own favourite point to inspect)
Why using a phone as trigger device? All you need is flash to blast at certain sound or movement detection...That hardware exist.
Any additional computing to trigger the flash will slow the proces. Yes computing slows the proces. And it shows in the photo; The ball hovers above the ground on way back instead of being flat on the floor.
Having an automated photo capture stream does not mean a result with great photos.
From his selection of photos shown here only nr 1 is good. The other show photographer failure of showing what he wants to express with the photos.
That said the video shows Pierre had a lot of fun at this concert in his own way and therefor the video is more interesting than the snaps.
daMatrix: For what I see the model is as she is and eats well. It is an insult to slim women that they have to justify their proportions over and over again to the main public....
Right on and then there is also a difference in how fast or slow on reaches the chubby 'Rubens'phase. But some may eat what they want but never get into size 40+ ever.
Living in Europe gave me a realistic view on bodymass.
For what I see the model is as she is and eats well. It is an insult to slim women that they have to justify their proportions over and over again to the main public....
nickimay: For a company it's not bad.
A fix cost, fully deductible, helping in assessing your operation's cost and forecast.
Also, for a company/professional the cost is ok. Compared to the total monthly cost of any employee and to what her/his work will be billed it adds peanuts.
Obviously we are talking about the western world. Companies in developing countries who are voted to domestic business would be hard hit, but one needn't to downplay the flexibility and creativity of these societies.They will be getting full steam ahead with new solutions in no time.
Those left behind are the hobbyist/amateurs, for whom the opportunity cost would be hard to justify or just out of reach.
It is true that the most of them use very little from a CS package and could fulfill their needs with simpler and cheaper -or free like GIMP- solutions.
I will stick to LR (with an occasional bent to GIMP) as long as it will be available outside the cloud scheme. Keeping options open just in case...
Hmm I doubt a monthly fee will make it easier. There are a lot of companies that have an occassional need for adobe software. Getting immediate hold of the company creditcard as soon as the task is on the desk is a recepy for trouble, antilust for the product
In many cases it will work like; The boss is in a meeting but I want to continue with a job so I have too look for alternative software to adjust photo/ create design. Or i had already asked for a license last month and I do not feel comfortable to ask again for only 2 photo adjustments. Or wait a second Gimp is free, unlimited, no hassle with how brief or lengthy the photojob is.