T3

T3

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  • Joris1632 wrote: Post processing has always happened but the main reason has hardly ever been artistic. On the contrary, that's really the main reason images were, and are, post-processed. It's to...
  • MaxTux wrote: Yes, photographs have been manipulated (or, to use current term, "post-processed" in the age of wet photography too. But two facts about that "post-processing" should not be...
  • fcheh wrote: Just food for thought in the good old days we had Photography: Are we at the Tipping Point of "Imagery" where we PS the F* out of the image and call it Photography? I would love to...
  • TrapperJohn wrote: FF is generally accepted to be a 24x36 sensor, even though larger sensors exist - how about that new Pentax 645? What do you call it? Triple Dog Dare Frame? Back in film days,...
  • Kabe Luna wrote: Thanks for correcting me. That's very interesting. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Video_camera_tube 4/3 and m4/3, however, still are not beholden to, or derived from, the 35mm...
  • Commented on Hands on with the Pentax 645Z news story

    Yes, given the enormous size of the reflex mirror in an MF body, necessitating a cavernous mirror box, a mirrorless MF body design would result in a pretty substantial reduction in body size. ...

  • bosjohn21 wrote: your way to interested in making an argument where there is none. calm down. We all use the term full frame these days to mean the coverage of a 24 x 36 frame. We do however differ...
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    bosjohn21 wrote: I never thought of it as a contest. I pointed out that the use of the word full frame to mean 24x36 is quite new as we never refered to that as full frame in the more distant past....
  • Kabe Luna wrote: I'm unconvinced. If that's the case, why are non-full-frame lenses designed with image circles smaller than the 35mm frame, just large enough for APS-C-sized sensors? Meanwhile,...
  • Commented on Fujifilm X-T1 Review preview

    @D1N0- Hahaha, it's you who's the one against a difference in opinion! Don't you see, Fuji has made a "different" camera than what you narrowly define as acceptable, and as a result you think this...

  • Commented on Fujifilm X-T1 Review preview

    @D1N0- Haha, it's you who's the one against a difference in opinion! Don't you see, Fuji has made a "different" camera than what you narrowly define ("in my "book") as acceptable, and you see this...

  • Commented on Fujifilm X-T1 Review preview

    @hydrospanner - no, I'm just suggesting that people open their minds and eyes beyond the status quo (in this case, regarding OVF and top LCD). As I said, there are a gazillion cameras with OVF's...

  • Commented on Fujifilm X-T1 Review preview

    @hydrospanner - no, I'm just suggesting that people open their minds and eyes beyond the status quo (in this case, regarding OVF and top LCD). As I said, there are a gazillion cameras with OVF's...

  • Replied in Simply put...
    Kabe Luna wrote: bosjohn21 wrote: it utilizes the full image circle potential only of lenses designed to cover 24x36 lenses whos image circle is smaller will leave space and lenses whos image...
  • Kabe Luna wrote: Luke Kaven wrote: Lumixdude wrote: Kabe Luna wrote: ...full frame describes an image format/size that makes maximum use of the image circle created by lenses designed natively...
  • Commented on Fujifilm X-T1 Review preview

    D1N0, there are a gazillion cameras out there that have OVF's and top LCDs. Not *every* camera has to fit the same exact mold. Something tells me that D1N0 is the kind of ultra-conservative...

  • Commented on Fujifilm X-T1 Review preview

    D1N0, there are a gazillion cameras out there that have OVF's and top LCDs. Not *every* camera has to fit the same exact mold. Something tells me that D1N0 is the kind of ultra-conservative...

  • LOL, Akpinxit is complaining about the artistic merits of a demo video. Yes, it's a "technical" demonstration. But I'm quite sure that once it gets into the hands of true artists, it'll produce...

  • @aruk5 - as the technology continues to progress, the acceptable ISO range at which we choose to shoot at continues to expand, and as a result, the lighting conditions at which we are able to shoot...

  • @aruk5 - as the technology continues to progress, the acceptable ISO range at which we choose to shoot at continues to expand, and as a result, the lighting conditions at which we are able to shoot...

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