Danielvr

Danielvr

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Joined on Mar 14, 2007

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  • Replied in SAMPLES.
    About the Nikon D7100 vs Oly E-M1 comparison: I think the differences in development are too large to make a good assessment. The Oly version looks sharper and more detailed (check the eyebrows) ...
  • Replied in SAMPLES.
    Hi Loga, Thanks for clarifying the issue with some samples. Where coarse gradations bother me most is in blue skies rather than in skin tones. My Oly E-510 was pretty bad with skies.  In those ...
  • Do you happen to have (or know of) a sample portrait that demonstrates this problem? I'd be very curious to see it. Is it a JPG-only problem? I hadn't heard of it before, or noticed it myself, but ...
  • Replied in Adobe statement:
    Lens profile support | Lightroom 6, 5, 4, 3 | Photoshop CS6, CS5 | Camera Raw 9, 8, 7, 6: "For Panasonic and Olympus cameras, automatic lens profile correction is supported on all raw files from ...
  • Is Autofocus active at all?
  • I found this beautiful little video (from Japanese TV, I think) about a man who repairs classic cameras. Wonderful to see him repair a worn-out shutter mechanism and clean an old lens inside and out. ...
  • I would disagree there. The first major limitation in JPG is that it only has an 8-bit per channel color depth. The second is compression, which results in loss of detail and increase of ugly ...
  • I don't think it's a concern at all. The 50-200 is a weather and dust sealed lens. Mine is still clean after many years of use. Dust might be a concern if you're going to use it intensively in the ...
  • I have the E-M1 and 50-200mm, but no TC. From what I've read over the years (mainly in the Olympus SLR Talk section) most BIFfers seem to prefer the TC14 teleconverter because of its higher speed ...
  • Replied in Misconception
    Your observations have nothing to do with the raw files (either Canon or Olympus), but everything with the raw processor and its settings. Raw files aren't sharp or unsharp. They're just pixel data ...
  • Interesting, and very nice that you could make the PDAF sensels stand out like this! In their review of the E-M1, E-Photozine showed a photo of the sensor surface itself, which under the right ...
  • For handheld movies, put IBIS in Movie mode.
  • I wouldn't go longer than 50mm if you want to do half/full body portraits! You could play a little with a focal length calculator like this one on Cambridge-in-Colour: http://www.cambridgeincolour. ...
  • Replied in Missing link
    http://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/55585619
  • It should work just fine provided that you've entered the correct focal length (that is, the FL printed on the lens, not its M43 equivalent). Also, for some applications you should use a special ...
  • It's manual focus, manual aperture, which I'm afraid would disqualify it for sports nowadays. Optically it's very good though. The Canon-mount version was tested by a Korean magazine: https://trans ...
  • In that case you've probably been looking at the wrong value (EXIF-tag). You should look for Focal Length, not LensInfo or Focal Range (or a similar name) which reports the whole zoom range of the ...
  • Here on DPR your first image is shown as having been shot using a 85mm focal length, so it looks like the lens is reporting the correct value. You could simply load your images into a few ...
  • Replied in Missing Link
    Field test: Shooting Roller Derby with the Olympus OM-D E-M5 II (DPReview)
  • Replied in Link
    Thanks for the hint. It's not about Oly or sensors but mainly about how Kodak is increasingly trying to make $$ off its large patent portfolio. Online edition: http://www.nytimes.com/2015/03/22/bus ...
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