ThatCamFan

ThatCamFan

Joined on Jun 28, 2014

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  • Yea I really liked my Pentax K20D, never had another pentax since then and never will because the company does not do much in terms of lenses and it also seems to be completely unsure of the...

  • Cane perhaps because a black camera helps the creativity in photography and is far more USEFUL than a camera everyone notices.

  • "crazy" idea: Perhaps Pentax should stop focusing on COLORING cameras like children at school for 4 year old kids.
    And perhaps they should focus on Innovation, Lens development, Sensor technology &...

  • "I also see that some photos are just a little off in sharpness on the focus point. ( especially at 1.4)" Are you trolling? at 1.4 NOTHING will be sharp, period. The focus area is so tiny you won't ...
  • You cant mimick polarizers on a computer nor a proper gradient filter effect

  • Commented on Olympus OM-D E-M1 Review preview

    Or go with the olympus for travel size and a regular nikon full frame for low light.

  • Commented on Fujifilm X100T Overview preview

    Try olympus micro four thirds with the 45mm 1.8, I used to have it, I have yet to meet a sharper lens sadly, wish it had been made by nikon for my dslr

  • You proved my point thank you, sensor size does matter when it comes to many things you apparently do not realize, depth of field, dynamic range, low light performance & more.

  • Yes but my point was that claiming sensor size does not matter is incorrect. They all have they're advantages and disadvantages and they have certain jobs they can do better than another size so...

  • 8.5% Don't know anything about photography apparently according to the poll.

  • Underwhelmed: Canon + Leica + Panasonic (canon same old, leica same old different color same image quality, panasonic the only thing I can remember is that cellphone which is a bad idea without a ...
  • So according to Fujifilm the most important improvement is a filter simulation according to this Fuji Employee *facepalms*

  • No, the frameline shows you the frame, there is however a small box in the center of the frameline which helps you with manual focusing. Ever noticed those WHITE lines inside a rangefinder?

  • the high ISO is the same but it will be less per say, the smaller resolution the image, the more important is the high iso performance for printing.

    You can have good high iso at 5 megapixels but...

  • audijam you DO get what you see if you use the framing correctly, there are framing lines inside the viewfinder for a reason.

  • The cellphone is a cool idea, downside? no lens cap & we know what happens when dust in your pocket meets a lens or a phone camera, dust inside + scratches.

    The camera is ALSO a cool idea but the...

  • Sorry Canon I jumped ship after seeing no improvements in noise for years. I doubt this camera's image quality will be much different from the 70D if not identical.

    Canon milks the cow by changing...

  • But if you are a skilled photographer you KNOW what you are going to be getting from the film. Because you knew the settings and you did NOT close your eyes when taking the shot.

  • I will NEVER understand why people buy a film camera for 3800$ nor why they will buy a full frame camera for 8000$ when they can get far better camera's for far less a price, let us not kid our...

  • Commented on Fujifilm X100T Overview preview

    Pat well when someone is providing you FALSE ISO information and when ISO 3200 is actually 1600 ISO in real measurements I feel lied to by the company and I prefer not to purchase from liars.
    I...

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