wpstl

wpstl

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Joined on Oct 18, 2013

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  • That is simply not true. It's all about market share. There are simply not enough 4K TVs and cameras with 4K support to entice these companies to make it a priority. But that's changing. TV, ...
  • Most of us already have a workflow in place with other tools and have no intention of adding another app and another step. I'm sure Samsung's RAW converter is fine but it isn't a professional ...
  • Nice images. I'd like to have an NX300 but I can't justify spending money on another body and getting another 20-50 lens. Now, if anyone would like to trade their NX300, I have some Samsung stuff I ...
  • Not exactly. These are refurbished, not new.
  • I'd like to see Samsung and every other lens manufacturer provide or make available for download lens profiles as soon as they are shipping so we don't have to wait for a software upgrade. Who ...
  • The NX300 used to have a kit option that included the 20-50 lens. Since there are Refurbished and not new cameras, I assume these are refurbs of the older kits.
  • With that attitude, you'll be waiting a long time. Samsung doesn't have enough market share right now to encourage Adobe to make profiles for Samsung lenses as soon as they are released. That's ...
  • The 30 f/2 is so small I haven't needed stabilization.
  • And how many portraits will you shoot of moving subjects? Moving subjects are not what the 85 is for. Yes, it's slow to focus but when used for its intended purpose, it's fine. It's still a great ...
  • I think it's clear by now who the stupid one is here. Post after post by others proves you wrong and every single post of yours has "inaccuracies" or outright lies. But hold on to your delusions ...
  • Indeed. His prices are a joke, he compares some third party vs. OEM (OEM is always more expensive), and at least one of the lenses doesn't even exist. Examples: The Samsung 16mm is $500? It's ...
  • Outstanding IQ but a little slow to focus at times.
  • I posted this in another thread but think it might be better here. Markins had an L-bracket available in Europe but not in North America. So I asked them about it: I spoke to Markins about making ...
  • Just an FYI for those of us in North America... I spoke to Markins about making this bracket available for sale via their NA website and they assured me it would be available this afternoon. And ...
  • You know what they say about arguing with a fool. It's always best not to feed the trolls.
  • Your comparisons are terrible. Nikon and Canon don't make a lens comparable to either the 16-50 S or the 50-150 S. If they did, they would be as expensive. But not better. No one makes a zoom like ...
  • Exactly. I don't know how Samsung feels about the Japanese making products for their cameras but I would understand the hesitancy. That said, I still think it''s a business decision by the third ...
  • Possibly because it's Koreans and Japanese. I was skeptical of this at first but I'm beginning to wonder...The only third party making lenses for the Korean Samsung is another Korean company: ...
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    You are either living in the past or are just a brand snob. Sigma now makes lenses as good as or better than Nikon, Canon etc. There's no comparison between the new Sigma 50 1.4 Art and the Nikon ...
  • A 16-80 f/4 is a 24-120 equivalent on the Samsung cameras. The Nikon 24-120 is made for the FX line. Starting a zoom at 24 on an APS-C sensor doesn't make a lot of sense because it just doesn't ...
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