since the lack of innovations from dslr,
What on Earth are you talking about, 'lack of innovations'? What do you want, atomic nucleonic image tranducers? And tell me about the...
PAUL TILL wrote:
See if your F200EXR can resolve detail this much...
Judge for yourself, it's a 6MP Size M image though.
You have HS50 mush.
PAUL TILL wrote:
Click and view both Joms image and mine and look at 100%, The HS50 image looks like it was taken with a $99 toy camera in comparison.
I'm not a Fuji owner and have no interest in...
Call me old school but a phone is to make and receive phone calls and a photo camera is to take photos.
Sorry, probably too old for this type of gadgets.
I have an iPhone and an...
Daily I consider a switch to Canon because I admire the SOOC skintones of 5DMK3 but frankly ... I can't see myself in the legion of Canon snobs and with Canon there seem to be a...
atv rider wrote:
trying to get a good setting for taking pictures in winter. just got canon t3i with 18-55 mm lens. took some pictures yesterday but they all came out to bright or they looked grey....
I´ll waiting funrther comments/rekommendations.
I used to shoot a 50D, then tried to upgrade to a 7D when it came out. However I simply could...
Leonard Migliore wrote:
I never heard of auto-cropping. How do the camera know what I want to keep in the frame? Did it read Payne's book on composition? What does it do about the...
I've found a really great alternative to gaffer tape for covering logo. Dymo embossing tape!
I picked some...
All good points.
I don't really care about theft or being stealth or care what others think.
I like to cover up the logo because I think it is aesthetically more...
Over on the pro forum, a few wedding photographers have posted they tape over the logos to reduce the number of times guests come up and say things like "Hey you shoot Nikon,...
Simon Elwell wrote:
Understand why someone might want to hide a leica logo to make their camera less attractive to a thief, but why cover a fuji logo? Outside the photographer...
To their credit, B&H has chosen the first method. They do it the hard way, by identifying their problem customers, then putting a return restriction on them. And even then, they...
General Orders wrote:
Could this be a spam post from Mr Henry Posner of B&H?
Not likely. I've always seen his posts as professional and adult. Not that I don't enjoy a good bit of sarcasm...
read my friend's story here: http://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/52650306
I'm not going to reveal private details of your friend's transaction history in public here but I...
I had the misfortune today to returning a shipment of 29 Nikon D800 cameras at B&H Photo and having them tell me that I should have purchased one to evaluate it first!!...
Someone had to go and give this neat photo a 1/2 star vote, indicating a photo that is as bad as it could be - which it certainly is not. I like this shot, pretty nifty stuff with a good slightly...
For years we had to put up with big, bloated, oversized, heavy dSLRs.
Mirrorless came along and produced cameras that were the size of SLR cameras of the past.
If the major...
Its a good article with a bad title. Trust me. DSLR will last forever!
as long as people want to tracking moving subjects likes (birds, toddlers)
as long as there are professional...
David Hull wrote:
My daughter sent me this article today. Interesting reading but I doubt the demise of the DSLR is eminent. Mirrorless cameras are interesting but I...
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