Dougbm_2: Very interesting article Rishi and co. Thanks!
I feel the bridge image could have been processed a bit more ... seems a bit flat. See my version in my gallery…http://www.dpreview.com/galleries/9311784622/photos/3203776/rizalbridge-d810-v4-fullsizeWhat do you think?
@Rishi:Yes I thought car light trails would have helped.Guess I am too used to processing real estate photography : ) but I thought more foreground interest helped the shot. Hey it is your photo so of course you prefer your processing. I just thought it was a little flat and only spent a few minutes tweaking the image. Maybe the foreground should have actually been darker! Cheers
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Very interesting article Rishi and co. Thanks!
My God there is a lot of noise all over the image. I downloaded the file and a modest amount of noise ninja does help a lot but I would take a D810 or D750 over the 5Ds for this type of high dynamic range work. Bet the RAW was dark. Looks to be lifted about +3 EV.
ashokvashisht: A thought occurred to me on the U1/U2 bottons....these are custom user settings...right ? Then why not give users the option ..say U1- U5 by having a single U button and then making a selection of U1/U5 by rotating the command dial. Will that be a good option or user would always want an fast option i.e just two buttons ?
Similar to Panasonic Lf1. C1 and then C2a,b,c,d. Works well.
Dougbm_2: Maybe it is all the camera most of us really need. If only it was a 1inch sensor.
Yes I know but the 1/17 just doesn't cut it these days. If this was 25-125 and 1" I would certainly be looking at it.
Maybe it is all the camera most of us really need. If only it was a 1inch sensor.
Dougbm_2: How curious that it can't match the Nikons in RAW. Is it a different sensor or is the RAW 'processed' deferentially and Nikon has the magic dust for that?
@ theprehistorian - how is the sensor different?
cheetah43: Design: that grip, horrible, stuck on [looks as if] with sloping shutter! Forget this. Can one hope for a larger RX1, ILS camera with EVF? No silly grips, please! C'mon Sony, you can do it. The a7II looks awful.
I didn't find it that comfortable without the grip when I handled it in the shop. Body a bit short.
How curious that it can't match the Nikons in RAW. Is it a different sensor or is the RAW 'processed' deferentially and Nikon has the magic dust for that?
ollieye: I am wishing to downsize equipment. I mostly take people pictures inside, low light and from a distance. I have a Nikon D7000 with several lenses now. Any suggestions? Maybe this new P900?
Sony RX10 or Panasonic FZ1000 for a bit more reach.
81% and only Silver seems pretty mean. Should the score and award have some sync? eg Gold over 80% Silver over 70%
arndsan: love my x100s but... options and feature are agains the approach of the camera.If I want to use f2 with more then a 1000sec I need to change ISO or switch on the ND filter or the electronic shutter, how is that intuitive. Give us a 2000sec at least. When I do my setting and learn then that I'm with 1300sec overexposed and I need to think about a other strategy to get around this, I found it very confusing and not engaging. If the electronic shutter is as good as the leaf shutter why not just go for this one. Same with all the soft buttons - after picking up the camera I need to check all the settings over and over again. The flash just fire, the ND filter is on because it's on the FN button and so on... And please make the battery meter more reliable...That's what is missing. Putting a little screen into the OVF is not really a update - if the manual focus is on wire, I will not use it anyway.so far
Seems like you want a Custom settings button as per Canon DSLR
mpgxsvcd: I absolutely love the Direct Aperture, exposure compensation, and Shutter speed control dials. However, I can get those exact same things on the Panasonic LX100.
What I can’t live with is a fixed focal length lens. At 16 Megapixels you aren’t going to be able to crop enough to overcome the fixed focal length.
This appears to be an excellent camera that I would never ever even consider buying simply because the LX100 fits my needs so much better for less money. However, I will say that their implementation of Auto ISO looks to be outstanding. I wish other companies would do the same thing.
b0k3h: i want AUTOMATIC ND filter if shutter speeds exceeds camera limits. Ricoh GR has this.
dont want to map a button for ND filter because other functions are mapped to it (e..g ISO)
So agree with this.Same for macro, why doesn't it automatically switch?
fmian: I loved the entire concept of the X100 series. The hybrid finder is the only thing in the last several years of camera releases that has excited me.Good to see this release tweaking the usability of the camera.My only personal wish would be for the lens to be a little easier to control. I'd be happy if it was slightly bigger with the aperture ring and focus ring more prominent. Also a good focus ring travel distance that stops at either end of the scale so pre focusing can be done without looking at the camera.Basically more tuned for manual focus use.But... still tempted to get one of these.If only I didn't just order 20 rolls of Fujifilm...
A great an idea as the hybrid viewfinder is and as nice as the view is though it is no competition for a DLSR viewfinder where you get an accurate view of your composition. The Fuji's framing lines are approximate. As a result I use the EVF a lot.
Fredy Ross: why no articulating LCD? I think that is a minus and not menioned
Maybe it it neither a minus or a plus as this is not a pocketable P & S type camera but for those who like viewfinders and maybe a more considered approach. Not to mention adding an articulated LCD adds weight and complexity to a simple and elegantly conceived camera.
bigdaddave: I cannot believe the 'Cons' section doesn't mention the elephant in the room - IT ONLY HAS ONE FOCAL LENGTH
In the days when even a compact camera the size of a pack of cigs has a reasonable zoom this 1950's throwback might appeal to the well-heeled but as an actual tool it's far far too limited
But DP love Fuji so they've overlooked the obvious again
Hah! But maybe that's a plus!