HFLM

HFLM

Joined on Nov 5, 2013

HFLM's recent activity

  • Exactly. Especially when considering the fact that Sony A7-line gives you 11bit files after compression only, and nobody thinks their IQ to be bad.

  • As a German, I have to say that Chip.de doesn't have high credentials, similar to colorfoto.de amongst the photographers I know. Mostly, they only use JPGS for measurements. The A7 models where ...
  • @TrojMacReady: Be careful. In the center the Canon is on par, the corners are difficult to compare as the lens is adapted, tilt is there, microlens+cover glass could be an issue. Nevertheless, it's...

  • Exciting news, but remember, still 12-14% share of Sony compared to 33% of Nikon and 40% Canon.

  • lacikuss: Looking at an overall score is meaningless, since data is weighted and weighting coefficients are arbitrary. But looking at the measurements over real ISO is very useful and gives a very...

  • HAR: Even if there are other factors, their measurement curves are very close to the findings of many reviewers and bloggers (not the overall score) and therefore useful, as they try to equalize...

  • @Einstein. Agree, for those using Legacy glass they are really great. Nevertheless, Sony probably could gain more market share if alternatives (native) are provided.

  • @ Zeisschen:Possible. But I would like 36MP at most, 50MP would be really a lot for longer shooting sessions. But why not having 16MP, 36MP and 50MP bodies as options?

  • @RaghavBaijal: A6000 is still not there yet. Look at reviews at IR or T. Northrup or others; when light is non-optimal, no linear motion is there, objects approach you directly, etc. you run into...

  • @austin design: No, not really. A D810 or D750 including the whole system is still ahead in many aspects, like handling, accessories, sealing, robustness, battery, C-AF, shutter shock, green...

  • Sony A7 series has AF-lenses, but mostly slow ones, so far (55/1.8 being the exception). Of course you can manually focus many other lenses and brands with adapter, but many don't like that and it...

  • @Zeisschen: His two points are certainly valid and don't make him a troll, even if you disagree. For e.th. where motion or tele is a non-issue, the A7x-series is very nice, especially if you like...

  • True. But the 85/1.4 is announced for next year. Great to use on the FF and gives you 135/2.1 on a a6000. So this should be a nice lens.

  • @Usee:It is possible, that an inferior lens produces better and sharper pictures on FF than on APSC, since 1.5 times higher lens resolving power is required to achieve the same lp/ph. Sensor...

  • http://www.samsungcamerarumors.com/rumor-samsung-nx1-price-drop-coming-january-due-lower-expected-preorders/ reports a price drop, since preorders seem to be too low. Could be just a rumor.

  • http://www.samsungcamerarumors.com/early-impressions-nx1-autofocus/
    gives you some numbers. Quite good, but I expected a little more, after the initial marketing. Nevertheless, the 85/1.4 interests...

  • @Howaboutraw
    Samsung lenses are good, but saying they are better than Nikon lenses by a good bit is a little over the top (unless you mean DX lenses only). The Nikon is not only likely a better...

  • @Menneisyys: If you have a different spacing between individual photodiodes, the Shannon sampling theorem dictates the maximum spatial sampling frequency. Since the spacing is different for Xtrans...

  • The NX1 has an even higher Pixel density, so the glass argument applies to the NX1 especially. What I've seen so far is mostly JPG engine comparisons. Let's wait for raw files being fully ...
  • Look at imagine-resource.com for samples and comparison. NR is very strong in some parts of the image compared to the Nikon. Problem is, people are comparing JPG-engines, which makes it difficult...

Activity older than 12 months is not displayed.
Total messages 11
Threads started 0
Last post 2 days ago
Total comments 206
Total likes 356
Last post 17 hours ago
Total reviews 0
Entries 0
Votes cast 0
Photos uploaded 0