It just shows it can be done.
Does anybody here know the relative price of these MF sensors to the FF sensors?
Pretty yes, but oh so dull music!
If we could just get some water there, coupled with a few packets of seeds, we'd have it up and running.
Maybe send a fleet of water tankers now, so as to ready the planet for future generations.
NASA you really need a new PR team.
I had no idea you were doing this and I go back to the Gemini program.
An inspiring video Barney and wot no rock music!
Blimey this camera just gets better and better.
So there you have it, pixel-shifting really works.
But it's ironic that in this digital age that we still have to resort to mechanical engineering to improve resolution.
Flashback: As an electronics engineer, I really appreciate all those beautifully crafted components inside. Such a shame to have hidden them in that 'girly' case:-(
Come back Samsung, all is forgiven. . .
It was pretty enough to buy for your girlfriend. Don't you agree?
As an electronics engineer, I really appreciate all those beautifully crafted components inside. Such a shame to have hidden them in that 'girly' case:-(
#1 so good, it could be forgiven to have the look of staged shot.
My eye is darting all over it looking for something new. Excellent stuff. . .
Despite all that's evolved in last 10 to 15 years, the very mention of Hasselblad, still maintains that promise of absolute quality.
M4/3 boasts a broad selection of bodies, complemented with a beautiful selection of lenses.
It just requires a step up in sensor technology, to stop the FF juggernaut.
It's always rock music!
Next time, if not Abba, Perry Como please:)
Flashback: It's probably a Sony sensor, if truth be told . . .
>RichardYes, I doubt it too. However some camera manufacturers are suspiciously coy when asked who makes their sensors!
It's probably a Sony sensor, if truth be told . . .
Gorgeous. . .
Very nice, although some of the images are surprisingly noisy.
Sony could learn a thing or two from Fuji's colour science.
Flashback: Another set of annoyingly good Leica images:-)
KEG posted a very patronising reply to my first comment, but I think he is too proud to back down.
I was mightily impressed with what you achieved with a 'difficult' 28mm. What ever you are doing, just keep doing it.
Well I respect your opinion, but how you can fail to appreciate the atmospheric first image and that lady with the saucy smile, is beyond me:-(
Strangely enough yes.
Perhaps you would like to elaborate on why you question it?