Tim Gander: If I've understood this correctly, Getty is complaining that Google have destroyed the professional photography industry far more efficiently than Getty could. Genius.
A bit like choosing between if Hitler or Stalin was more destructive to the world...
So Google has a better business plan than Getty's...Karma's a barch Getty.
Photoman: What about on a Sony A7X body???
I meant like a A7/A7R/A7MII/A7RMII. It would work best with the A7RMII I would imagine.
What about on a Sony A7X body???
Will it improve AF speed on the original A7/A7r?
Man I use to sell pallets of this stuff back in the day. Sad really. I read the Fuji US will still make it. They must have a separate plant then Fuji Japan.
Boss of Sony: I remember a photography forum thread complaining about people interacting with nature and spoiling the photographers' ability to get a good shot. About 20 obsessed photographers were lining up to photograph a beautiful river somewhere in the U.S. Some tourist jumped in and had a swim, and all the photographers were annoyed because it ruined their shot. To me this shows the insane obsessiveness and hypocrisy of some nature photographers. I would have ignored the photographers and had a swim too (except not in the U.S, because every second person in the U.S. has a gun).
@jrn145 He meant to say, EVERY person has an average of 2 guns each ;)
@junk1 "Out of 330m Americans, very few die from guns." I believe the figure is around 30,000 gun related deaths and yes this figure is small compared to 330m...except to the 30,000 that died a violent death.
What about Spinpod. Seems better value, as it can take a phone, GoPro and even a DSLR with a small prime.
Didn't see this coming. It seems a better use of the 1" sensor instead of the stupid V series cameras.
Will be hundreds more than the normal one?
Photoman: One day someone will come up with a app for flash metering, as long as the hardware is there in the phone.
Thanks for the links.
One day someone will come up with a app for flash metering, as long as the hardware is there in the phone.
dr8: Certainly - as long as you repair the all too soon electronic breakdown of the lens (silver solder can grow whiskers & short out easily in micro-connections) - of course you can use it forever. However, my mechanical Zuiko & Nikkor lenses have required NO repairs in the 40 years I've had them. I would think that this is more what comes to mind when people think of using something "forever"...
Is that because there is no lead in solder anymore? I believe NASA is still allowed to use lead in their solder.
Canon announce a new camera - 300 comments.Sony announce a new camera - 800 comments.
What do you read from that?
Will the teleconverters work on the FE 70-200mm f4?
HaroldC3: DPR you should of titled it..."Oh Wow Still No Touchscreen!"
You can always touch yourself ;P
Goodbye A6000...Hello A6300!
Nicholas128: Only waterproof to 10m :-(
Can you breath without equipment down to 10m/33ft?!