To take over the world
Pretty amazing piece of optics. If you can make money with it well worth the price. Not something I will ever own but its focal length range and minium focus distance are great on paper.
If I have the camera connected to my computer I can operate it via my phone. So I can neither be at my computer or my camera but rather a third place. Maybe I just need to hire an assistant.
Benarm: Canon definitely won't like Magic Lantern since they're loosing control over what features are enabled or disabled. The 6D is a great example of how Canon purposely handicaps a camera in multiple ways. The question is whether Canon will attempt to block Magic Lantern by a firmware update or make Magic Lantern really difficult/impossible to implement in future cameras. And of course, they can always sue.
Well a Yaris does not have a V8 engine that is using only 6 cylinders because Toyota wants to sell another car for more money. The capability is there in the Canon camera you just haven't had the ability to access it. Big difference. I am not sure Canon can do anything about it except void your warranty. I can put a different OS on my computer, once I own it I can do whatever I want. Just like putting a super charger on a car, if the engine blows its on me. Federal court just ruled that phone companies cannot prevent you from jail breaking your phone if it is yours and not under contract. I cannot see how Canon can prevent me from changing the Camera or prevent a group from helping. It gets even harder since ML is not even charging.
mmitch: He shoots product on white plexiglass and everyone is in awe! This is pretty basic stuff for any commercial photographer that is decent at what he does...once again nothing groundbreaking here.I think it hilarious he uses a ridiculous amount of c- stands! Layers of Light???
I guess you never shot product for advertising and have no concept what that means. I don't get to choose how product is shot, there are: Creative Directors, Art Directors, Marketing Directors, focus groups and clients that all factor into the decision of a products look. The photographer is part of that team but rarely gets the final say. He or she does the best within the boundaries set by other people.
If you actually shot for high end products you would know that is the amount of equipment it takes. When the client asks you to bring up a highlight on the edge of the keyboard you better be able to do it or you've lost a client. You don't say "oh I'll fix that in photoshop" because you just admitted you can't light product.
You know you are done lighting when you used up all your c-stands.
Love to see some images off it. Coming to a drone near you.
Nice stuff. Amazing how it never rains though I did see some snow. I often fantasize about being a diesel mechanic.
I have an opinion on this.
sizzlechest: I find it funny how many comments there are about the content and composition, etc. Regardless of whether or not the images are pleasing aesthetically, the issue is his method of capture. I guess its sorta new how he uses the strobes, but I know I've seen street shots taken from peoples cars; didn't Gary Winogrand do alot of that?
No he did not.
What ever. You can't call them portraits they do not engage the subjects. More like surveillance camera images. The whole process is creepy to me. Visually they are about as interesting as google street view images.
I couldn't watch it without thinking of this.
If you shoot raw (I do exclusively) then I think the Nikon looks great. If you shoot jpeg mostly I would go for Fuji. Fuji is quite remarkable at high ISO so if you are in dark areas frequently could be important. Not so much for me.
Camediadude: This is more like it. Please get back to your roots, dpreview, by sharing more great photo stories like this.
Don't you know photography is about buying the latest gear. If you were busy making pictures when would you buy stuff?
This is good news. More competitors means lower prices for everyone. Lenovo certainly has deep pockets and can put some of that into a new segment for them.
Resistance is futile. We are Google.
Paul Guba: After some comparison of raw files it seemed pretty evident that for less money you can find a camera that will give you very comparable results in the m 4/3 format and have access to some very nice quality lenses. My aging Olympus is not as good clearly but its not so much worse that I would want to buy this camera.
Pull up the E-P3 or the even my old E-P1. Not remarkably different or better. Keep in mind the Olympus test was shot with the kit lens which is actually quite good but not stellar. I am thinking you put the Panasonic 20mm on and your neck and neck. Yeah the Fuji might be better but it is twice the price and I can't change lenses. Personally could care less about high iso rarely shoot in caves. Your free to part with your money any way you wish.
After some comparison of raw files it seemed pretty evident that for less money you can find a camera that will give you very comparable results in the m 4/3 format and have access to some very nice quality lenses. My aging Olympus is not as good clearly but its not so much worse that I would want to buy this camera.
I guess if you want to distribute your high resolution images for free that is great. I am unsure why I would want to do that.
Another reason not to like Michigan fans.
Nice commercial for GoPro thanks. Now lets all go out and buy their product.