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Yuvalm

Yuvalm

Joined on Mar 8, 2012

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  • @Richard Butler - The attached link in 'the examples on this page' is somewhat misleading, because the term 'Equivalent Aperture' and it's implementation is meant to "overcome" the physical reality...

  • @Richard Butler - The attached link in 'the examples on this page' is somewhat misleading, because the term 'Equivalent Aperture' and it's implementation is meant to "overcome" the physical reality...

  • @Richard Butler - The attached link in 'the examples on this page' is somewhat misleading, because the term 'Equivalent Aperture' and it's implementation is meant to "overcome" the physical reality...

  • I second @jefrs, and as for @ SmilerGordon - indeed 5Ds is noisier than it's predecessor.
    Until the emerging new Graphene Sensory bares commercial fruit, it looks like current CCD and MOS...

  • Ditto

  • Ditto, Mond.

    The best camera will produce crappy pictures, using crappy lenses.

    Not surprisingly, the best, ideal camera, will in fact, highlight the faults of a bad lens, rather than subdue thos...

  • Ditto, Mond.

    The best camera will produce crappy pictures, using crappy lenses.

    Not surprisingly, the best, ideal camera, will in fact, highlight the faults of a bad lens, rather than subdue...

  • Exactly

  • It's all physics. Problem is that in our day and age, most people have difficulty dividing science from faith. For most people, something is true if you believe it, or in other words, reality is a...

  • Why Pixel-Size matters in terms of Picture Quality?

    CPUs don't sample sensors, but instead, they sample long arrays of individual pixels we may call "A sensor" referring to the whole array.

    On...

  • Why Pixel-Size matters in terms of Picture Quality?

    CPUs don't sample sensors, but instead, they sample long arrays of individual pixels we may call "A sensor" referring to the whole array.

    On...

  • The light intensity allowed by, say, an f/2.8 aperture, will remain the same light-intensity, for a smaller ot a bigger snsor, which is merely a designated area on the sensor-plane.

    It's obviouse...

  • The light intensity allowed by, say, an f/2.8 aperture, will remain the same light-intensity, for a smaller or a bigger snsor, s sensor which is merely a designated area on that sensor-plane.

    It's...

  • No, what I meant was that the lens is the main picture-maker for me, and my main aim for investment.

    The camera body is there, to take the best part of the image, i.e: central third - according...

  • No, what I meant was that the lens is the main picture-maker for me, and my main aim for investment.

    The camera body is there, to take the best part of the image, i.e: central third - according...

  • Not according to your bizarre claim.

    If you would state your claim as "Smaller sensor-pixels require higher resolution lens" I could easily agree, because it's within context;

    However, according...

  • Not according to your bizarre claim.

    If you would state your claim as "Smaller sensor-pixels require higher resolution lens" I could easily agree, because it's within context;

    However, according...

  • In our current interest is the greatest separation we can achieve, between the weakest signal-level, and the strongest noise-level.

  • @ Klarno,
    Although I use APS-C camears, most of my 50 or so lenses are FF lenses from the old film day, and some are modern AF.

    Whaen I use, say, a 28mm or a 50mm FF lens on my APS-C camera, I...

  • @ Klarno,
    Although I use APS-C camears, most of my 50 or so lenses are FF lenses from the old film days, and some are modern AF.

    Whaen I use, say, a 28mm or a 50mm FF lens on my APS-C camera, I...

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