backayonder: And the award for the inability to release the camera that the owners of the D300s want goes to.....
MrTaikitso: In 1995 or so whilst living in California, I had a Logitech Pixtura digital camera (740 x 648 resolution). I flew my mum out from the UK for a once in a lifetime holiday where we hit Yosemite. Took some amazing photos, 144 in fact, filling up the in built memory. In all my life as a photographer, the most amazing shot was of a chipmunk staring direct into the lens at 1" or so.
I wanted to take one or two additional photos on our last day, so hit the erase frame button to delete a few of the most recent images and free up the in built memory. (There was no built in preview display, just a mono LCD frame counter.) After hitting [Delete] the hourglass remained on the screen for quite a while, which was odd. It then finished erasing what I assumed was the last picture I had taken.
To my horror, the frames remaining counter showed 144/144.
I plugged the camera into my PowerBook and there was nothing on the memory in the camera. I had hit [Erase All] in error losing ALL the photos. Cried.
You can still recover them even if you "delete" them
Hellstrom: I wonder why (for all these phones) maximum storage card sizes are always given as 64GB or 128GB when there's a 200GB microsdxc card out there. The 200GB card usually does work, but it's never in the official specs.
The limit is 2TB actually, if you can get that card.
Tonkotsu Ramen: yea but you'd be supporting a company started by a guy that was part of the chinese communist party.. and most likely still has ties to them.. you really wanna risk that over a phone?
Don't know about that. The truth is they are all fake communists. They grabs money as fast as capitalists.
My Nexus 5 is about to run out 32GB memory. I can delete some files, or buy a new phone. I actually like Moto X pure edition or LG G4 both have microSD slot to add more storage.
Jun2: One hand with camera, another hand with iphone or ipad. Not for me.
I need two hands with camera or phone sometimes. The setup of one hand with camera and another with phone is not my style.
One hand with camera, another hand with iphone or ipad. Not for me.
Marksphoto: no af, no sale, except for the fisheye
If you don't use f1.2, don't buy. There are people using it. Canon made fd version 50mm f/1.2, no AF.
studio shots, posing, modeling shots will be fine. Don't shoot action with 50mm f/1.2, even with AF.
noflashplease: At some point, you have to wonder about the relative value of a German prestige brand against Samyang and Mitakon?
If you have good physicists/material scientists, you can design good lenses, then some good coating.
The focus is always on the things that can't be recovered instead these can be recovered.
RichRMA: Even if the residual spherical aberration (which is the main problem with fast lenses) means the image is worse than Olympus's 25mm f/1.8 until stopped down to f/2.0 or (more likely, f/2.8), there could still be a use for fuzzy yet "fast" image capture.
We don't know yet.
Jefftan: Is it possible to use F0.95 for landscape by focusing on infinity?or the razor thin DOF made it impossible?Anyone knows? Thanks
"F0.95 for landscape" creates low contract and flatter curve image.
KameraFever: $400 for a f/0.95? I hope I'll be pleasantly surprised by it's performance;however, I doubt it considering it's price. Sharpness probably suffers at the wide end. But who knows? I'll cross my fingers.
It will be fine. Their other lenses are quite decent,
Henry Richardson: I wonder if Panasonic is moving to the Adobe CC model where you only rent the camera from them for a monthly fee? Give them your credit card and they will keep charging you. Stop paying and the camera stops working. Just wondering.
Apple just starts to do that with new iPhones. They charge monthly fee for using the phone and promise new phone upgrade every year.
Prixnobeldefoot: you guys handle the best cameras in the world, but still make no efforts at all to shoot interesting pictures...
Make sure nobody wants to steal their pictures
happypoppeye: Would probably still buy the 25 f/1.4.
NZ Scott, You are right. I was thinking something else.
It's actually 1 stop of difference.
just Tony: Odd math from what I see in the exposure info displayed:
Sony ISO 102400 1/125s f/1.4 = EV-2Nikon ISO 51200 1/40s f/1.4 = EV-3Canon ISO 12800 1/40s f/1.4 = EV-1
Yet this was called an EV -3 comparison... and the only one competing was the Nikon?
<-5EV for Sony, right ?
At the official website, in 'm43' mode, the lenses become the heaviest and biggest of all of the different mounts. Not to mention the least useful focal lenghts.
Camera is on a shooting rig. Size is never an issue