Why are companies, in 2016, still building cameras with the 1950s-style flappy mirror thingy in them. It's senseless . . . .
deanfuller: I can't believe they're still putting that 1960's flappy mirror thingy in a camera. When will they learn . . .
Probably same FPS for less money if they didn't have to engineer the flappy mirror thingy for such high performance.
I can't believe they're still putting that 1960's flappy mirror thingy in a camera. When will they learn . . .
Michael Ma: It's like Christmas in December. Perfect for new phones like the Galaxy Note 5 that shoots DNG raw with full manual controls. And yes, it's glorious. It feels like the first real camera on a smartphone. I wish I had the cross processing sliders rather than preset filters. It's got all the basics such as contrast, shadows, whites, blacks, clarity, highlights, saturation.
OBI656: Drones should be registered. Period.
Stop trying to round off all the world's sharp edges.
Dear feds: f-off.
deanfuller: Equivalent aperture range "F7.6-10.8".
Ha! The math deniers will surely fume about this. Mathematically, it is true though.
The aperture and focal length cannot be mathematically separated. When you multiply one by the crop factor, you must multiply the other.
So you disagree with the dpreview specifications for this product as listed? Are they not experts?
Equivalent aperture range "F7.6-10.8".
No GPS? I'll still buy it . . . .
I'm so tired of hearing about E Mount.
Instead of "communicating" on a subject that really makes no difference, why not communicate the demand for updated firmware for cameras that are only a few years old, like the a99 and RX1?
EuropaJDM: But you have to multiply the aperture number by the crop factor, right?
Correct. The two cannot be mathematically separated.
The most retarded idea I think I've ever heard.
Rules like this are the whole reason we celebrate U.S. Independence on today's date.
deanfuller: Why do we have to say "price point"? Why can't we just leave off the corporate-speak, and just say "price"?
No different than calling a room a "space". The emasculation of society marches on . . .
Why do we have to say "price point"? Why can't we just leave off the corporate-speak, and just say "price"?
And of course the Sony version will cost the same as Nikanon, even though the lens will not have the built-in stabilization . . . .
I composed a shot of the signs and the street, and just as I pressed the shutter, this little boy stepped in to the frame. I never saw him until he was in the frame . . . we had agreed that we wouldn't photograph anyone in this neighborhood without their permission, for safety's sake. No one noticed.
This young woman allowed me to take her picture twice. The first shot was out of focus. We met her a little further down the street and I asked again. She struck a post, smiled, and that was it.