DesmondD: People taking photos for a living should be able to get their settings close enough for decent jpegs anyway. Too many people [not all who shoot RAW but still many] use RAW as a crutch for bad technique.It has its benefits but if your settings are so bad you can't salvage a jpeg for a newspaper then you're in the wrong job.
also cameras see with massively more contrast than the human eye does. a lot of the raw adjustment people are doing is making the image appear less contrasty in mixed lighting situations to greater reflect they way that the eye sees
the reason this annoys people who take photos for a living is not because they can't his the exposure but because now they have to have a separate workflow just to take care of these guys now
kind of annoying because now you have to shoot raw + jpeg if you have any thought that you may want to submit an image reuters. you will also have to establish a different work flow for the images submitted to them.
fatdeeman: Hmm I bought something very similar to this on ebay for about £10 a few years back it used halogen GU10 spotlights. I just swapped the bulbs for LED equivalents that cost about £3 each. It hasn't let me down once. The halogens can be put back in at any point for better quality of light. The LED's allow for unlimited operation without heat problems.
This would have to be pretty special to justify the expense!
no he implied it h separate spotlights
you guys its for shooting table top work. and the reason it is uniques is the lighting is built in
what makes this uniques that it is portable and has the light integrated
Carlos Loff: 450mm = 45cm - Another box, lol - Where is the studio ? Or was it a mistake and it´s 4.500mm = 4,5 meters ???
its for table top work not for shooting people you idiot
Kodachrome200: if you took the lens and sensor of something like the rx100 or the ricoh gr you might have something intresting if not bulkier if it snapped to an iphone. the problem with this is that the iphone 6 is amost a hilariously good camera already. either step it up to aps-c or offer a zoom lens. a 1 inch sensor fixed lens camera is going to only be marginally better than the built in camera
I'm just curious what makes me an idiot. thinking the iPhone 6 is a great camera or because i want something more similar to the lens sensor combination of the rx 100. the first is true and the second would surely be preferable
if you took the lens and sensor of something like the rx100 or the ricoh gr you might have something intresting if not bulkier if it snapped to an iphone. the problem with this is that the iphone 6 is amost a hilariously good camera already. either step it up to aps-c or offer a zoom lens. a 1 inch sensor fixed lens camera is going to only be marginally better than the built in camera
Hugo808: What's the EQV focal length on micro 4/3s?
it doesn't matter crop factors like that are based on 35mm equiv. the lens is 2450 on EVERY camera the 4900 mm is merely a 35mm equivalent for m/43
he creative cloud 9.99 deal is great. i honestly prefer it to the old way
The prize is not a camera the prize is you are loaned a camera and you produce images for hasselblad that i am sure the fine print says they can do as they please with. So the prize is you work for free for hasselbald.
Kodachrome200: People still use filters?
Polarising i can do more precisely in post. Grad nd i can do in post. Slowing the shutter speed down i need an filter but seriously how often does this come up?
People still use filters?
damn at that price if its any good its gonna be a huge success
cntlaw: I am a subsriber of CC running on Win7 64-bit . Currently LR 5.7.Reason I subscribe to CC is I will get latest updates of everything.Question is do I get LR 6 without paying extra?
jjlmoose: Had the D750 for a couple months now...this review doesn't even do this camera the justice it deserves. Having shot with the D70, D90, D7000, D7100, D300, D700, D3 and D800E I've witnessed the evolution of the DX and FX lines and the improvement of the sensors with each new model. With the amount of information that can be extracted from the D750s RAW files, it really is in a class of its own in that I've never seen a larger singular improvement. Other features like an orientation sensor that senses whether you're shooting in landscape or portrait mode and remembers and automatically changes your focus point for each, customizable auto ISO with a focal length dependent min shutter speed, being able to set the OK button to snap to a 100% crop of your chosen focus point all help to make this one of the best cameras I've owned. Great Job, Nikon.
the incredible shadow detail goes even further back to D800
yeah i am sorry this is a very old feature. its great. under utilized i think people don't know how to do this. but its been an option for ages
nikon has had the ok button snap you to a 100 percent crop for like ages
this is to much camera to make and then not have basic controls like postioning af points be easy and something you can do on the fly. this is the problem with a lot of mirrorless cams too. My iphone has this figured out.why cant cameras made for enthusiasts realize that this is important