Bhima78

Lives in United States Sacramento, CA, United States
Works as a Outreach Director
Has a website at www.paulfdesign.com
Joined on Mar 27, 2010

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  • While it can have some shutter shock issues with certain lenses (the PL45 likely not being one of them), I find the G7's ergonomics, size and overall handling to be superb. Honestly, if it had the ...
  • I've been shooting my kids for a few years with the original E-M10. The S-AF is so fast, and with touch to focus/fire, its quite easy to get great shots of the kids in action... much better than ...
  • Replied in Love it.
    Good choice of shutter speed here. Just enough blur to accentuate motion and pull focus to the singer, but not so much that you lose context of the surrounding. Really great shot, thanks for sharing.
  • The results look great, with corner sharpness not very far at all from center sharpness. Also very low aberations all around. It is as close to a perfect 300mm F4 lens as you can get. ...
  • Honestly cant tell the difference at 100% of your your crop which is a 200% crop to begin with.
  • I'm quite curious as a friend of mine loves to Kayak and he was thinking of getting a better camera than a point and shoot for some of his trips. He is considering getting the EPL7 and spending a ...
  • All three of those lenses have specific pros for each of them: The Oly 25mm is quite sharp, the Oly 17 focuses faster than fast and has a good feel/manual clutch, the PL15 has that classic ...
  • My son has become my favorite subject as of late... mainly because he just doesn't move that fast and he doesn't care that there is a camera in his face ;)
  • Yes, they grow up fast! One of these might go into a shutterfly book. My wife does a great job curating the photos and making books out of them and giving them to the family.
  • Hey thanks! Its the old EM10 with the Nocticron. The noct has been glued to my camera since I got it, only going in the bag once in a while for the PL15 or if I'm hiking, then its Oly 12-40 all day ...
  • The custom menu with its sub menus actually make sense. They tell you what features are within the submenu, whereas Panasonic has a C-menu, and then just pages and pages of options with no way of ...
  • My 2-year old son decided he didn't want to walk... especially since his sister was riding a bike. So he grabbed his plastic 4-wheeler and scooted himself roughly a mile down a bike trail.
  • Replied in LR and ACR...
    LR and ACR just do not know how to actually expose an m43's image. On my old Nikon D7000 and even older Canon 20D, I could use auto expose in LR or ACR and get great results and tweak from there. ...
  • That looks to be about it in terms of differences. Some reviews have the Panny being pretty meh wide open, and it requires being stopped to F2 to get good results, though this could also be a case ...
  • Then I understand what the user is complaining about. The EC dial on the GX8 is really way too stiff, and takes a much more conscious effort to move than any other dial I've ever used on any other ...
  • Commented on article Hands-on with Hasselblad X1D

    @Clint Dunn Really? That seems extremely far off from what would be a reasonable cost for a company to pay for a sensor... regardless of size. Do you have an evidence to back that claim up?

  • Commented on article Hands-on with Hasselblad X1D

    There is literally no world in which a MF camera needs video. I don't even think there is a pro video camera with a sensor that large... I mean, a Red Dragon is smaller than a FF sensor at 6K with...

  • Commented on article Hands-on with Hasselblad X1D

    @HenriAntoine
    Great description of the difference between what an OMD image versus this camera would be. I agree completely, and I say that as an exclusive m43's user. MF has that extra something...

  • Commented on article Hands-on with Hasselblad X1D

    I'm of the opinion that there really is a difference between what you get out of a MF image versus a FF image. Its subtle, but there is just something about it... be it tonality or blur gradiation....

  • Commented on article Hands-on with Hasselblad X1D

    @Fotogeneticist
    Oh... I know what I'm missing :(. I actually have an engineer friend that is creating a very powerful, portable, wireless continuous LED light just so I can not have to deal with...

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