FDecker

FDecker

Lives in Germany Germany
Works as a Physicist
Joined on Jan 10, 2010

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  • ...and you captured it absolutely well. Thnx for sharing!
  • .... its a great picture.
  • A great picture as always.
  • Thank you for your comments. I am happy that at least two people liked my pictures.
  • Of course, you are right as well. Jaggies are a digital artifact. (Strictly speaking, I wouldn't call it aliasing which is an artifact of periodic structures, but that's not important here.) But, ...
  • The first picture is pretty sharp, isn't it? My experience is different from yours. I just went through about 200 pictures from a trip to Paris. I only had the 18-35mm A and my SD1 with me. About ...
  • All pictures using SD1 and 18-35mm A. More than 200 shots and only about 4-5 with AF problems. Not bad. 3 layers of pictures! An exhibition of pictures of old men holding pictures of their youth. A ...
  • Yes, I still find it soft. Don't get me wrong, please. It is a very good picture and a little softness is not bad in portraits (even though that nice young lady doesn't need the mercy of optical ...
  • Replied in CMOS, CCD
    Ja, ja, ja, I know all of this. As I wrote, I may be something subtle which can be done with CMOS as well. It might also be due to the fact that MF cams and the Leicas (with the Leica glass, of ...
  • I don't think that there will be complaints about beautiful pictures in any of the fora. BTW, you can find a lot of CCD afficionados in the Leica forum. I like the rendering and color reprodution ...
  • You are right. But Kendall is right as well. The base ISO for the M and Q is 200. So, at ISO100 the camera allows for some potential overexposure and pulls back the RAW numbers by a factor of 2 in ...
  • Replied in Ups,...
    sorry, my fault, both have the same resolution. It is just CMOS with high ISO capabilities vs. CCD.
  • Right! Seems like a good option. A high resolution CMOS at a higher price and a lower resolution CCD at a more "reasonable" price. I played around with both at Photokina. Very impressive. Large and ...
  • ....but what a pity. Especially because they do hold their legs in a very synchronized way. It would have been a great picture without that stupid post.
  • Identifying a digital camera by just looking at a picture...? Come on!
  • Its baseplate is attached to the tripod mount. It offers an integrated mount for the tripod, so you can use the viewfinder for the LCD screen with or without a tripod.
  • ...at the Photokina. One of the best experiences I had. It felt very good in my hands. Beautiful viewfinder. Very good AF. Of course, I can't say something about IQ. Anyways, It was a pleasure to use.
  • I know these moments quite well. A lot of people will not like a weather like this. But I enjoy it very much. It is silent, calm and contemplative. I am in Switzerland close to Zürich several times ...
  • No, not really. The outer shells are almost always kind of plastic, right? For me, it felt Pretty good. I am just thinking about which camera I had in hand before the NX1. These things sometimes ...
  • "Something nobody else has" was the question of the interviewer. Not his words. I think his answer was just a kind way to say that he won't talk about it even if the interviewer insists. I believe ...
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