Cheezr

Cheezr

Lives in United States Palm Beach County, FL, United States
Joined on Dec 16, 2005

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On article All about that lens: Sony Cyber-shot RX10 III review (375 comments in total)

I am curious on the studio comp tool, what zoom length do you test at? It would be nice to see the Sony vs the Canon at 600mm.

Link | Posted on Jun 22, 2016 at 03:47 UTC as 66th comment | 1 reply
On article Benchmark performance: Nikon D810 in-depth review (255 comments in total)
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aramgrg: I hope you understand is not another PEN from Olympus with the same sensor. This is one of the most wanted, third highest rated camera according to your website. I hope D500 review will not follow the same fate.

Apologizing for the delay is just throwing raw meat to the trolls! Sigh.

Link | Posted on May 12, 2016 at 18:11 UTC
On article Canon announces budget-friendly EOS Rebel T6 (1300D) (895 comments in total)
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Christopher2222: Without even thinking a 1300d would be released, this is what I would have thought a T6 might have been - 24Mp digic 6, no movie capability, no wifi and no flip screen and no Anti-Alias filter would make it a sharp image that would probably justify it's existance :)

Canon should have asked dpreview users. Doesn't Canon browse this site for insights?

People get hung up on Mp. Heck 10Mp is enough for many people, nothing wrong with 18Mp really, but they could have made it a real good budget DSLR if they sold it for $199.

In a few months it probably will be $199.00.

Link | Posted on Mar 10, 2016 at 22:49 UTC
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Nuno Souto: Dentists do snorkel.
Finally, the proof!

When they are not killing lions!

Link | Posted on Jan 22, 2016 at 08:09 UTC

Samsung have "Osborned" the NX line and right before the Holiday season, someone in product management should be fired.

Link | Posted on Nov 19, 2015 at 19:27 UTC as 255th comment | 2 replies
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cdleon: I'm sorry but a 12.000 $ System in this economy!?!?! really, what's the justification for a camera like this at this price? does the leica look images cost that much?...REALLY!!! sorry don't whan't to sound like a troll but I'm just in shock.

Fear not they are only planning to sell this to your overlords.

Link | Posted on Oct 20, 2015 at 18:29 UTC

ATTENTION SONY!!

I only have 2 kidneys.

Thank you.

Link | Posted on Oct 14, 2015 at 20:53 UTC as 84th comment | 4 replies
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cgarrard: So tempting....

I don't see it on the US website..

But I like it, I am a sucker for Orange..

Link | Posted on Oct 1, 2015 at 02:09 UTC
On article Bang for the Buck: Olympus OM-D E-M10 II Review (712 comments in total)
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darngooddesign: "With your eye to the viewfinder you can use your finger on the touchscreen LCD to move the focus point around. It's a handy feature that lets you keep a firm grip on the camera instead of having to move your hand to use the four-way controller."

How does this make your grip any more firm? You are still moving your thumb around. Having to shift the camera so your nose, pressed against the screen of the camera, probably is more awkward than just manipulating a right-side d-pad. I think it would make more sense on the GX8 where your nose is out of the way.

Ignoring those issues, I do think the process of doing this with the screen is smoother and faster than the d-pad.

You are missing the point. You move the focus point with your nose! No additional fingers needed.

Link | Posted on Aug 26, 2015 at 07:06 UTC
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faithblinded: Wow. Adjust focus point with the LCD while looking through EVF. Go Olympus. I've been jealous of Panny users with that feature for a while now. Not a bad refresh of this cam at all.

@olivemoonstudio
I am left eye dominant and a few years ago i bit the bullet and started to use right eye and after a few days my brain accepted the habit. no more smudges!

Link | Posted on Aug 25, 2015 at 16:14 UTC

Of course the new 'E' lenses can only be used on mirrorless cameras at full aperture making a system switch much less convenient (for now)..

Link | Posted on Aug 4, 2015 at 20:16 UTC as 28th comment | 1 reply
On article Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX8 makes leap to 20MP (168 comments in total)

Impressive, cant wait for that 20MP!

Link | Posted on Jul 16, 2015 at 04:35 UTC as 47th comment
On article Nikon D810A: An astrophotographer's perspective (116 comments in total)

Thank you for the commentary, very interesting and educational.

Link | Posted on Jul 7, 2015 at 18:02 UTC as 22nd comment
On article Panasonic Lumix DMC-CM1 camera review (259 comments in total)
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seeblue: Although I often find a good smartphone to be a great substitute for a camera, I doubt this good camera makes a great substitute for a smartphone.

For the size and battery-life alone, I wager NO ONE will (or will manage to) use this as their single smartphone. Thus the single device argument falls flat. This is a large sensor compact camera trying to look and act like a smartphone. In the end, it’s an expensive, moderately powered device, with average handling and speed, designed for a handful of pixel-peeping RAW and resolution enthusiasts.

The smartphone which will come closest to conquering photography will come from Apple or Samsung; not from a camera maker. Apparently they’re taking their time. In a few years we’ll look back at the CM1 as a kludge.

I am hardly an apple fanboi, (galaxy nexus, nexus 5, LG G2, LG Flex, Nexus 6, Nexus 7..) but my comment to Rapi was that if you are going to trash someone at least make some tiny effort to have the facts. That is all I said. Anti-Apple fanbois are every bit as insane as their counterparts. To sh*t on apple's board which has 2 women when you consider that Samsung's board has always and will always be all korean males is a bit hypocritical.
So, please troll with facts! Thanks.

Link | Posted on Jul 5, 2015 at 19:42 UTC
On article Panasonic Lumix DMC-CM1 camera review (259 comments in total)
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seeblue: Although I often find a good smartphone to be a great substitute for a camera, I doubt this good camera makes a great substitute for a smartphone.

For the size and battery-life alone, I wager NO ONE will (or will manage to) use this as their single smartphone. Thus the single device argument falls flat. This is a large sensor compact camera trying to look and act like a smartphone. In the end, it’s an expensive, moderately powered device, with average handling and speed, designed for a handful of pixel-peeping RAW and resolution enthusiasts.

The smartphone which will come closest to conquering photography will come from Apple or Samsung; not from a camera maker. Apparently they’re taking their time. In a few years we’ll look back at the CM1 as a kludge.

I know, I forgot to read the sign "Do Not Feed The Trolls".
Sigh!

Link | Posted on Jul 5, 2015 at 00:06 UTC
On article Panasonic Lumix DMC-CM1 camera review (259 comments in total)
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seeblue: Although I often find a good smartphone to be a great substitute for a camera, I doubt this good camera makes a great substitute for a smartphone.

For the size and battery-life alone, I wager NO ONE will (or will manage to) use this as their single smartphone. Thus the single device argument falls flat. This is a large sensor compact camera trying to look and act like a smartphone. In the end, it’s an expensive, moderately powered device, with average handling and speed, designed for a handful of pixel-peeping RAW and resolution enthusiasts.

The smartphone which will come closest to conquering photography will come from Apple or Samsung; not from a camera maker. Apparently they’re taking their time. In a few years we’ll look back at the CM1 as a kludge.

Please spend 5 minutes researching before making your claims. Andrea Jung was on the board since Jan 2008. The other one since 2014.

Link | Posted on Jul 1, 2015 at 17:45 UTC
On article Panasonic Lumix DMC-CM1 camera review (259 comments in total)
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seeblue: Although I often find a good smartphone to be a great substitute for a camera, I doubt this good camera makes a great substitute for a smartphone.

For the size and battery-life alone, I wager NO ONE will (or will manage to) use this as their single smartphone. Thus the single device argument falls flat. This is a large sensor compact camera trying to look and act like a smartphone. In the end, it’s an expensive, moderately powered device, with average handling and speed, designed for a handful of pixel-peeping RAW and resolution enthusiasts.

The smartphone which will come closest to conquering photography will come from Apple or Samsung; not from a camera maker. Apparently they’re taking their time. In a few years we’ll look back at the CM1 as a kludge.

Actually 2 of the 7 members of Apple's board are women and the first widely commercially available tablet computer was (scarily) made by AT&T (before the breakup).

Link | Posted on Jun 27, 2015 at 03:00 UTC
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