Hello there! I wish my first thread were about other topic but it's not :(
As a lot of people I've been one of those that didn't buy the D600 at the time because of the oil/dust...
I've got the same combo. Whilst I haven't noticed that there's highlight clipping (well, it happens with any lens if your settings at off, and I've noticed...
If you're not shooting at night, or don't need the more shallow DoF, you might well skip both the 17/1.8 and 45/1.8
And if you don't need 600mm equivalent, maybe get a 40-150/45-150 or...
Thanks for all the suggestions.
Simply put, I'd define minimalism as the least number of lenses that you can get away with, to cover the widest variety of situations. I know this is a...
Any thoughts on the best bang for buck minimalist lens setup for EM1...?
In other words, if you were on a desert island, which lenses would you take...?
I was thinking:
I wouldn't say it was a heated debate. Some people (many people) like to win an argument here on DPreview. Nothing wrong with that...
In very simple terms, the 17mm is an ok lens, which meets...
Ok... I didn't read through all the posts.
I'd recommend the K-5 mk2 with a set of Limited Pentax Primes.
- Very good sensor (no AA filter)
- Small, but decent grip (perhaps the easiest small...
How much are you willing to pay for this lens, if it existed?
I think that is part of the problem for companies like Olympus.
In the end, you have to decide your customer base and what set of...
Do I want a better EOS M camera to use...? Better AF, lenses, user interface, etc.? Sure!
(I doubt any new EOS M will be priced at $299...!)
On the other hand, I'm not too sure what this has to...
I'm not too sure about the goal of this post.
Maybe you could articulate what specifically you are trying to achieve, discuss or obtain consensus? (I seem to remember this discussion from several...
Thank you all for the thoughtful suggestions and comments.
Right now, I think I'm leaning towards Option 1, which is sticking with the EOS M for the time being and perhaps purchasing the 11-22 by...
- I agree! $1450 for the EP-5 system is on the high side (relative to something like a D7100).
However, some of the M43 primes don't seem too bad price wise...?
- I definitely see where you are coming from. The EOS M as a "one and done" proposition is not a bad choice for me, as it was only $299. I still like the camera and would be ok to keep it as...
I have to say, after using my $299 EOS M on vacation, I'm hooked on small, mirror-less system cameras. Although my D700 is still an extremely good camera, even by today's standards, it will be...
- As others have said:
1) It depends on what look or style you wish to achieve for your pics.
2) It depends on what your clients (audience) may want.
- To me, "film like" could mean several...
Appreciate your comments. I think you bring up a very good point above.
If you are doing critical or work that is important to you, capturing the image in RAW allows you to keep all the...
I must apologize for bringing up the topic. I really had no idea that there was such controversy over RAW versus JPEG.
- That being said, I believe that there is some value in knowing that JPEG...
Any danger of it scratching the camera body...? Looks pretty hefty.
Cool...! Which strap are you using with it?
Appreciate your thoughts!
It sounds like you have a minimalist approach, which is what I'm hoping for (regardless of using Jpeg or RAW).
The toughest part for me may be deleting the weak shots....
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