T3

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  • Commented on Sony: An eye on focus article

    "Don't do the easy part of telling us how it works with a standard lens -- all systems are perfect with that type of test."

    Really? All systems are perfect with that type of test? LOL.

    Besides,...

  • Commented on Sony: An eye on focus article

    "Don't do the easy part of telling us how it works with a standard lens -- all systems are perfect with that type of test."

    Really? All systems are perfect with that type of test? LOL.

    Besides,...

  • Well, it's true: not everyone wants full frame. And your point about 35mm film cameras is neither here nor there.  35mm was the standard film format because it offered adequate quality, and an ...
  • Commented on Sony: An eye on focus article

    Yeah, that happens with a Canon EF-mount Sigma lens at very shallow DOF using a very small focus focus zone, just like it would happen with a lot of other cameras that aren't able to differentiate...

  • Commented on Sony: An eye on focus article

    Yeah, that happens with a Canon EF-mount Sigma lens at very shallow DOF using a very small focus zone, just like it would happen with a lot of other cameras that aren't able to differentiate...

  • Commented on Sony: An eye on focus article

    MF is great if you or your subject aren't moving during the portrait shoot. Not so great if you or your subject are moving.

  • Commented on Sony: An eye on focus article

    Eye tracking only works with native E-mount lenses, not adapted lenses.

  • LOL, sure, comparing a 1DX to a Rebel is totally a "like vs like" example!  Hahaha.  It's clear that your perception of reality is quite unique.
  • Haha, you're throwing the baby out with the bath water, my friend.  You're not understanding the fundamental concept, or are stubbornly choosing to ignore it.  The numbers from the article were ...
  • I'm starting to think that this Lanidrac character is nothing but a troll, and this is nothing but a trolling post.
  • Yield rates are yield rates, pal. No exaggeration there. You can only get a fraction of the number of FF sensors off of a wafer as you can with APS-C sensors. Just a small fraction of the yield. ...
  • First of all, there's still profit in those cheap Rebels.  Secondly, how many more Rebels are sold for every 1DX that is sold.  Probably hundreds.  1DX sales volume is tiny compared to all the ...
  • Commented on Sony: An eye on focus article

    Facial recognition AF and eye AF show the power of on-sensor AF. The sensor is simply smatter and can resolve more information from a scene than an off-sensor phase-detection unit like those used...

  • The passage of time doesn't change the fact that you can only get a fraction of the number of FF sensors from any sized wafer compared to APS-C sensors off of the same sized wafer.  Any given size ...
  • If you want to obsess about a single figure in the white paper, while ignoring the overall concept of why FF sensors are always going to be more expensive than APS-C, then fine.  Whatever floats ...
  • They absolutely use APS-C DSLRs to defray the cost of FF. There may be a bit more margin in FF cameras, but they simply do not sell enough of them to offset huge volume of APS-C DSLR sales. FF ...
  • Costs have come down.  But the proportional yield differences between APS-C and FF still exist.  In other words, APS-C still holds a tremendous cost advantage over FF simply from the fact that you ...
  • LOL.  Yes, it was a question , and someone gave you an answer , but you didn't like the answer so you just want to ignore it!  Nice.
  • BTW, the irony is that you ask "Why don't camera makers make all new dslr cameras the old 35mm 'full frame' size once and for all?" but when someone delivers you the answer, you just want to ...
  • Hey, I'm just getting you to face the facts of sensor manufacturing. Sensor yield rates are real and objective. Nothing "personal" about them. Some people just want to ignore these facts and claim ...
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