The Alice in Wonderland and Spaghetti looks like photoshopped photo to me.
"five full days of continuous use"? What's their definition of "continuous use"? With the screen off 80% of the time?
Since they are manual lenses, they can fit on the Sony E-mount/NEX as well using a cheap adapter, likely with some vignetting.
Finally. A winning photo that does not involve killing people!
Looks decent for ISO 6400.
joe6pack: Used infrared "to reduce the hazy effect of pollution and keep land formations in the distance visible. "
Okay, I don't get it.
Pollutions in National Parks? It is not Los Angeles we are talking about here. How does all the other landscape photographers "get by" without infrared?
How is comparing photos between B/W and Infrared not apple-to-orange?
I'm sure someone will start saying how badly our National Parks are polluted, etc. But this is not my point.
I live in a big city which by many people would be considered as "heavily polluted". But I don't have any trouble with landscape photos. Granted, there are haze caused by natural fog and cloud.
To me, using IR is a lame excuse for "I couldn't wait for the fog to clear up".
Used infrared "to reduce the hazy effect of pollution and keep land formations in the distance visible. "
$10 lens? Really? Looks pretty sharp to me, especially at wide open.
You don't need an A7 to use legacy lens. You can pick up a NEX-3N for $289 and use the same legacy lens and mount. And depends on whether you are half-full or half-empty kind of person, it could be a bonus because the soft corners are cropped out by the APS-C sensor.
And yes, the focus peaking oftentimes give false positives.
But I think something missing from the article is that there may be additional PP needed when legacy lens is used because the camera cannot compensate the lens w/o knowing what it is.
Stop the press! A vendor has just made an add-on to a camera! No one has ever done that before.
Coming up next: A camera bag that fits Panasonic GM1. Imagine that!
LensBeginner: Astonishing!How'd he manage to move the frame? camera movement on a slow-moving rig or PP?
When there were perspective change, it must be a (slow) camera movement. Otherwise, I would guess PP.
Given that the QX lens have frequented liquidation sites just months after release. I would say the market for smart lens simply isn't there.
I was really looking forward to see the actual backdraft in full 4K, slow motion. But there isn't a "backdraft" in the scene.
Does it mean that I can apply Oly color to pictures taken with my Sony?
Pricing for the desktop receiver? They really think they can charge for this?
How long does it take for them to be taken down because they were shopped? Seems all too common these days.
2.3x faster AF refers to the original or latest firmware of EOS-M?
Very impressive. I like to see people hack up old gears to make something fantastic.
24mm with a camera as big as NX20? It must be a very noisy place to not getting noticed.
EX-10:Weight (inc. batteries) 384 g (0.85 lb / 13.55 oz)Dimensions 120 x 68 x 49 mm (4.72 x 2.67 x 1.91?)
XZ-2:Weight (inc. batteries) 346 g (0.76 lb / 12.20 oz)Dimensions 113 x 65 x 48 mm (4.45 x 2.56 x 1.89?)
XZ-1:Weight (inc batt) • 275g / 9.2oz. (incl. Battery and card)Dimensions 111 x 65 x 42 mm (4.4 x 2.6 x 1.7")
Some how CASIO managed to make the camera even heavier and bigger!