It is NOT a "gun."
Martinka: Post about photography: 12 comments.Preview of camera: 300+ comments
This is a marketing site with a mission to drive sales to Amazon.
exdeejjjaaaa: used spectrophotometer can be found for $100-200/hr and read a reflected spectrum... this is a colorimeter and apparenly similar to the one reviwed here = http://www.argyllcms.com/doc2/smcube/smcube1.htmlm by Graeme Gill of Argyll CMS fame
so this device from AU is a total waste of money... shame on dpreview for peddling such things
I don't know that it brings any shame to DPR -- they're pretty shameless peddlers to begin with. I appreciate the link though, interesting and pertinent info.
cdembrey: Now-a-days photography seems to be more about Conspicuous Consumption, than the making/taking of photos.
Snarky? You must not know what that means, Mr. design.
There's no such thing as a "flash gun." Please stop using this silly, outdated term.
It's the wealthy dilettante's dream. No more to it than that.
wetracy: A flash unit is not a gun. Stop calling it that!
Nowhere that I've seen on the Metz site do they refer to a flash as a "gun." Manufacturers do not want any association with that term as it may carry legal implications. For photography, I consider it a colloquial term that is unprofessional. It is mostly out of fashion, but once in a while I see someone dredge it up for who knows what reason. Please write more carefully.
I remember that goodbye, more than anything else for the whole seven days. She was my girlfriend in '68. We never got married, but still see one another.
A flash unit is not a gun. Stop calling it that!
I don't see the value of this. His forte is obviously not presentation. He's probably fine at standing there answering questions and carrying on conversations with people. He missed the most important feature when talking about the viewfinder -- the combining of EVF and OVF providing a focus preview focus box -- this is probably the most distinguishing feature of this camera from the X100S. And finally, the woman holding the microphone could not look more bored.
RichRMA: It's going to be a dead, dead, dead show if you into cameras. However, if you want phones, TVs, etc, it should be good.
Yeah, that Canon 7D2 won't be any news at all!
Nothing more than glorification of war and war machines.
Sounds like major league BS to me.
“The whole point of taking pictures is so that you don’t have to explain things with words.”
That's what I thought when I saw these images several years ago when I worked in prisons and wrote about them. They could just as well be night shots of oil refineries out on the plains. Hardly seems a good way to "illuminate" the prison disgrace of the U.S.
However, I'm not surprised it's coming from an "editor" for whom I have such low regard. And yes, you don't have to remind -- that's MY opinion (as is everything else I've ever said in my entire life!).
RobertSigmund: I knew this movie. A pity he died so early. Maybe because of his big fat belly! :-(
He died of cancer.
cmosse: Its also known that the famous Robert Capa Spanish Civil War "falling soldier" photo is a fake
Please stop spreading this nonsense. Capa had talked about exactly how he took that picture.
"...at a price rather lower than the camera manufacturers' equivalents."
It's just "lower." What's the "rather lower" claptrap?
I think what you really want to say is that it's significantly lower, but your ad sales people will not tolerate that. And you can't bring yourself to go with the simple and straightforward, "at a lower price." So you make yourself feel better with a silly and superfluous "rather" tossed in.
I'd rather read honest copy.
The power of a camera and someone who sees things! No wonder people get afraid when they see someone with a camera!
Nothing like a pedestrian "street photography" piece to provide a good spike to the traffic line.
Great image -- nice to see some other folks recognized how good it is!! Congratulations.