jujuman

jujuman

Lives in Singapore Singapore
Joined on Aug 15, 2007

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jujuman: Good informative comparison how ever I personally don't see the need for the exposure compensation dial to work with or without auto iso in manual exposure mode. After all in manual mode you can simply compensate all you want by simply changing the shutter speed or aperture dial and the exposure meter will automatically show you how many stops you have compensated.

Well thats true of shooting video or film but if you're going to be changing the ev values, i.e. by controlling exposure compensation, as you film won't the footage be suddenly going to go brighter and dimmer instead of having a consistent look and feel to it? Frankly I think that it just gives the filmmaker a whole different set of issues. At the end of the day if you're going to be shooting in manual mode then don't you want to control the lighting in your scene rather than use the exposure compensation dial which simply causes everything in the scene to go brighter and darker as you are filming. Won't that simply make the highlights and shadows go brighter and darker as you are filming the scene?

Direct link | Posted on Aug 11, 2014 at 07:59 UTC

Good informative comparison how ever I personally don't see the need for the exposure compensation dial to work with or without auto iso in manual exposure mode. After all in manual mode you can simply compensate all you want by simply changing the shutter speed or aperture dial and the exposure meter will automatically show you how many stops you have compensated.

Direct link | Posted on Aug 5, 2014 at 04:26 UTC as 135th comment | 4 replies

Ok I have a question.....

If they are re-imagining the camera then can someone tell me why it still looks like a camera???

Direct link | Posted on Jun 20, 2013 at 18:20 UTC as 45th comment | 1 reply
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Stanchung: The 800mm is very nice but is not for everyone.

The 18-35 is a for people who want less weight? Seriously?

Nikon never followed up with a better DX zoom after 17-55. A little more range on the longer end would be nice. Stick to 77mm diameter, no variable aperture zoom please. [There's the 16-85 already.] Choose what's possible-f2.8. 3.5 or f4. VR optional.

Make it a keeper- no excuses Nikon.

I've got the 16-85 DX lens. I think it came out after the 17-55 and its pretty darn good for the price........

Direct link | Posted on Jan 30, 2013 at 13:06 UTC
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