Can someone please point me to some full resolution raw shots using the 55mm and 35mm lens and software to try converting them?
Apologies if I missed it, but you mentioned the diffraction reduction feature, but I can't find any evaluation if it. Assume it would be evident in, say, f16 or higher when comparing jpeg to raw?
I think they should stick this offer where the light is -5EV (where the sun doesn't shine) Once again the people who sell make disproportionally more than the people who create.
Does the 6D lack an anti-aliassing filter?
brancaleone: Are we sure that this picture is an inside combustion engine rather than a transmission differential? Nicely done image but nothing tells me that there's a combustion chamber, a piston, a rod, a crankshaft, or valves.Just a thought.
https://www.google.com.au/search?q=Bristol+Centaurus+Aero+Engine&espv=210&es_sm=93&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=B2ekUr3QHsjyiAfyvYHYDA&ved=0CDsQsAQ&biw=1920&bih=1074#facrc=_&imgdii=_&imgrc=OhXQirYkAHpdwM%3A%3BPGef01oZnellRM%3Bhttp%253A%252F%252Fwww.flightglobal.com%252Fairspace%252Fmedia%252Faeroenginespistoncutaways%252Fimages%252F5672%252Fbristol-centaurus-cutaway.jpg%3Bhttp%253A%252F%252Fforums.autosport.com%252Ftopic%252F137848-interesting-1907-engine%252Fpage-2%3B850%3B671 Looks like this picture is of the airscrew reduction gear set on the front of the engine. Is it inside the engine?. Difficult question...maybe it is inside the engine package. Anyway, a nice photo. And this is a photo site not an engineering one!
Meets the rules, nice
Nice...DOES show INSIDE the engine
Yes, this shows INSIDE an internal combustion engine UNLIKE most of the other entries, including the winner in my opinion. And I like the title....darn BMC engines
Pretty girl, beautiful hair, poorly focussed , (where is focus... yikes?), vote distribution appears like a developing normal distribution with second skewed population at high level. Need a statistician to comment conclusively on that!Guess there are more important things to spend lots of time on eh? Vote distribution is good feature to flag "abnormalities" anyway.
Asylum Photo: Using ACR instead of Iridient or Capture One makes the images look softer than they actually are. YMMV depending on raw converter, and I think it's important to talk about that when reviewing Fuji X lenses.
"You can, of course, make images look as sharp or as soft as you like in any RAW converter, just by changing the sharpening settings. "Not sure of the context here, but...Can a soft image from poor optics be brought into sharp focus by changing the sharpening settings??? Surely enhancing edge contrast by software is not the same as a sharp image (from great lens optics) presented to the sensor. just saying. maybe that's not what you meant.
MPA1: Only 15 meters? Not really a Nikonos replacement then when the sport diving limit is generally 40-50 metres - never mind the pro diving limit on mixed gas etc.
Agree with MPA1 , another 5 meters pressure resistance and it's a great camera for thousands of Recreational divers whose PADI certification only permits them to dive to 20 meters anyway. Would you risk a 15 meter camera at 20 meters??? Maybe it's clever. Many might be tempted and if it flooded there would be no comeback on Nikon whereas if it was marginal at 20 and Nikon made the spec 20, they would have big problem...no company would risk that. AS- is looks like mainly for snorkellers and yatchmen etc market which already has cameras available. Perhaps not with the same IQ etc ..
ConanFuji...Just click on the first photo and a new window will open with loads of photos to see 8-)
Cute girl in the minox picture....ummmm she has the viewfinder above her right eyebrow and must be trying to frame the shot by looking through the back of the camera.....oh ...she is blonde!(Sorry to all the cute intelligent blonds out there)
For some reason, I'm reminded of a Ford Edstel with wood panel side inserts whitewall tyres (razor blade tread width) and Rodney Dangerfield swanning his way down to the yacht, cigar in one hand and one of these icons of bad taste in the other....
And Ialians design ferraris????
Obscene that people could pay so much for so called style....give the extra money to charity and buy a Sony.
Phew there's some material for controversy ! 8-)
Great British Landscapes: Wow, I have merely one word for this offering; "lol"
That's 3 words!!!
Is the screen 102,400 dots as above or 1040k (1,040,000)as in preview key spec list?
Why is it necessary to make a NEW battery grip necessary for EVERY model? (Other than to extract more dollars of course).
Some cameras have rule of thirds lines superimposed in viewfinder, but do many (any) have major cross focus detectors at the 4 intersection points as well as center? Would it also be helpful to have selectable spot metering options for these points?
bfds89gd looks like spam....get off this site!
jl_smith: Typical corporate corruption at the top (I'm conservative pro-capitalism, but anti-corruption!). Even if the CEO stressed he had no evidence top Olympus officials had received payments, you KNOW that's what's going on...c'mon people. Company pays lots of money for "consulting", which makes its way back to them somehow or another.
As a matter of fact, there is a similar aspect of Japanese business used by the automotive industry - Auto top brass will purchase parts from their own seperately-held parts companies, thereby reducing competition. It's got a name, but I can't remember what it is.
Of course, he starts his questioning, spooks the people involved, and of course they "vote out the Brit" to continue their corruption.
By him outing specific people, it may have been seen as very embarrassing by the presumably mainly-Japanese board members, so the unanimous votes to kick him out aren't surprising.
Set up a subsiduary company in another country then charge it huge prices for your components..offshore company profit down and tax there reduced...profits transferred back to parent company...it is called transfer pricing I think. Not sure if this is what you meant.