the compression ratio is impressive!!
may ask 2 questions?
1) is the gimp the only software that can save in BPG ? (seeing the gimp and BPG are open source)
2) how many website can host files in BPG ?
0MitchAG: The difference is basically null on the average display.
hii don't think soi'm watching the photos on a 4 years laptop and a new laptop and i can see the jpg is sharper in some photos
other photos looks the same
hi they did miss you review the viewfinder ,didn't they
hiI'm really enjoying real world test too!will be uploaded the photos too?
thanksreally aprreciate it a lot!
Timbukto: So many bashers...first of all does anyone realize that a EF lens that can shoot sharp pictures on a 20MP 1.6 crop is a pretty strong endorsement that the affordable 16-35 F4L IS will handle future FF sensors for years to come? Second Canon jpegs since recent DIGIC processors have long moved over to a more analog look. People who made up the term 'pixel level detail' hate this look and prefer an ACR rendering. Canon's default is more like Capture One which is also more analog looking and less about seeing individual pixels and more about the picture. Finally the 18-135 kit lens is doing its job...anyone pixel peep the Pentax 18-135? Nikon's new 18-140 is good too, but most likely the STM focuses rather quickly, and is pretty much comparable with the Nikon. How many camera's will give you better jpegs in backlit shadow heavy scenes anyhow? Your iPhone? Prove it. These comments are just a case study of confirmation bias due to DxOMark scores. Lets see Nikon's 16-35 shot on crop
why , can you use capture nx-d with canon raw files?
Quote :"I've tried DPP and Capture One, but not DxOMark so can't comment on the latter."
hi i can see what do you mean
about dpp do notice differents between v4 and v3?i can't use v4 because i own a 5d mark 2 , so i can't even try
thanks for the photos , really
i would really see photos taken with medium quality EF lenses
the 24-70 2.8 II is amazing sharp , i haven't tried the new 16-35 f4 II
but would really interesting see how the sensor work with medium quality EF lenses like the 17-40 or 24-105
will be added in the future?thanks
George Veltchev: here’s a compilation of the best selling DSLRs based on Amazon Reports, where Canon has managed to convince the users with 11 models, Nikon 4, Pentax 1 and Sony with a single model .... Long live 7D MarkII ...the rest is just a fudge.
1 Canon EOS Rebel T3i 2 Nikon D3100 3 Canon EOS Rebel T2i 4 Canon EOS Rebel T3 5 Canon EOS Rebel T1i 6 Nikon D5100 7 Canon EOS 60D 8 Nikon D7000 9 Canon Rebel XS 10 Nikon D3000 11 Pentax K-5 12 Canon Digital Rebel XTi 13 Canon Digital Rebel XT 14 Canon EOS 7D 15 Canon Digital Rebel XSi 16 Canon EOS 5D Mark II 17 Sony Alpha SLTA33L
hibut is the Canon EOS 5D Mark II still on sale??
quote :"Canon's default is more like Capture One which is also more analog looking and less about seeing individual pixels and more about the picture."
are you talking about canon digital professional , capture one and dxo that give images more analog look?
mantra: hi but is at least water sealed ?????
can't understand the choice of the sensor 1.6 , it's only good for sport (iso between 100 and 400) above..if it's like the 70d is not usable for me
a sensor 1.3 would be really awesome , the image quality of 1d mark III or IV is still amazing
i tried the 70D and r it's more noisy then the 20D :(
well ,i will wait the full reviewi was waitining for a 3d or even a medium format but...i will save my money
Danieli own a 1d mark IV , and my friend own a 70Dplease....
"The 70D is also far superior in IQ to the 1D mkIII,and I would say equal or slightly better then the 1D mkIV."
sorry , a questiondo you own a 1d mark 3 or 4 ?
are really 61 all cross type focusing points?
because the 1dx and 5dmark 3 have 41 cross type focusing points
hifor sure better then a 1.6 crop sensordid you shoot with the 1d mark 3 or 4?did you see the image quality ? and the noise
by the way what's the meaning of UWA?cheers
hi but is at least water sealed ?????
3DSimmon: This is good news. Lightroom did some weird stuff to one of my 7d files one time, canon saved the day with a perfect render. Looking forward to giving the new version a spin.
hibut we don't know about the new featuresi don't think dpp4 will have the same acr/lightroom 4/5 features
Stollen1234: this is fantastic news...is it free for all users? including canon 7D owners
well it would be really a sad and ungrateful behavior!i mean i still have 5d mark 2 and 5d , i love them with all my canon lenses
the next move? makes ddp3 disapear?
blackwiggle: Even if LR 6 was released in two weeks, the information given in this video would still be relevant.That's unless Adobe has changed the filing system from previous versions of LR yet again. [LR Update problem from 3/4 to 5... filing system got changed slightly, could result with users thinking that all files were lost .... not a happy state to be in ]
hisadly when adobe will release lr6 , it will maybe buggyneed some time (maybe) to be stable with good performances
hii still have lightroom v4 64bit ,for it permorms better then v5honestly i did not find new v5 feature to push me to buy v5
is really v5 more powerfull then v4?is worth to upgrade?
by the way thanks for the video!
Henrik Herranen: MTF for the EF-S 10-18:http://www.usa.canon.com/cusa/consumer/products/cameras/ef_lens_lineup/ef_s_10_18mm_f_4_5_5_6_is_stm
Are my eyes deceiving me or does the MTF look seriously impressive for a 300$ lens?
And although it was posted earlier, here's a reposted 16-35/4 IS link:http://www.usa.canon.com/cusa/consumer/products/cameras/ef_lens_lineup/ef_16_35mm_f_4l_is_usm
hi i have never understood the mft chart :(
i'm talking about the EF
hihope will better then 16-35 2.8 II
i would love a 12-24 EF , in short a super wide EF lens...
but can't wait to test the new 16-35