JamesD28

JamesD28

Lives in United Kingdom Hampshire, United Kingdom
Joined on Jun 1, 2013

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  • ISO could reach up to 400,000 on any camera if the manufacturer put that setting there.

  • Submitted a challenge entry Snowflake
    Placed 34th in the challenge.
  • Commented on Natural Shadows #2 challenge

    I agree completely. For hosts, it is probably the most annoying thing to see in a challenge, since it is very easy to spot, but there is no way of knowing who the sandbagger is, and no way of...

  • Submitted a challenge entry The Milky Way
    The Milky Way passing through the summer triangle. Vega, Deneb & Altair form the vertices of the triangle.
    Placed 16th in the challenge. The Milky Way passing through the summer triangle. Vega, Deneb & Altair form the vertices of the triangle.
  • Could be very interesting then since these are front mount converters...... I'd be amazed if a 16mm F/1.1 could produce usable images, given that even 24mm F/1.4 lenses aren't great wide open.

  • So, does the 28mm F/2 with the fisheye converter turn it into a 16mm F/1.1? Or is the converter designed so it stays at f/2?

  • "with my small experience I believe that FF will offer me, greater image quality".

    No. It will offer you more ways to take a low quality image.

  • Even greater.

  • Commented on Where Nature Meets Technology challenge

    Other everyday occurrences such as sunlight or clouds do not apply to this challenge either.

  • Commented on Where Nature Meets Technology challenge

    Nature encompasses a massive variety of subjects, but please try not to be too vague or broad with the term nature; large-scale natural influences such as gravity on man-made things or air...

  • Commented on Nikon D750 Review preview

    The key word here being "rumor".

  • Commented on Nikon D750 Review preview

    16-3200mm f/0.95: "Meh."

    28-30mm f/8-16 Pro: "OMG that sounds like an incredible lens!" :D

  • Commented on Nikon D750 Review preview

    Buy a Canon, you won't know the difference.

  • Submitted a challenge entry Milky Way - 60 images
    The Milky Way passing through the Summer Triangle. Vega, Deneb & Altair form the vertices of the triangle.
    Placed 49th in the challenge. The Milky Way passing through the Summer Triangle. Vega, Deneb & Altair form the vertices of the triangle.
  • Commented on Nikon D750 Review preview

    Canon released the marginally-improved 7D mark II. We won't be seeing anything more from them until 2025.

  • Commented on Nikon D750 Review preview

    24-1200mm f0.95-1.8? That's not good enough!

    I want to get video of the Milky Way at ISO 100!
    I want to have a 20µm depth-of field!
    I want to go from a 360° fisheye to close-ups of Jupiter without...

  • Commented on Nikon D750 Review preview

    No.... NO! We want to shoot 72 megapixel raws at 18fps with a 600 raw buffer! We want to have internal 4K at 120p! We want mirrors and shutters which use acoustic sorcery to be absolutely silent...

  • Submitted a challenge entry 4 Flowers
    Despite being a summer plant, these 4 beautiful flowers are still clinging on to life in the cold northern winter.
    Placed 43rd in the challenge. Despite being a summer plant, these 4 beautiful flowers are still clinging on to life in the cold northern winter.
  • Commented on Canon EOS 7D Mark II Review preview

    Actually, it is. The D7000 sensor has a dynamic range of 13.9 EV at ISO 100, whereas the D7100 is slightly behind at 13.7 EV.

  • Commented on Canon EOS 7D Mark II Review preview

    Actually, it is. The D7000 sensor has a dynamic range of 13.9 EV at ISO 100, whereas the D7100 is slightly behind at 13.7 EV........

    Both of which have around 2 EV better DR than the Canon 7DII.

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