I'll give it a hot:
Zeiss 24mm/f2 ZA: fast, sharp and good contrast
Minolta 28mm/f2: fast, sharp although not quite as sharp as the ZA but very close and the perhaps warmer in the sense of the...
So I will give a little bit of perspective. I went to Antartica in 2002/2003 and did the Falkands/South Georgia and numerous spots on the Pennisula.
There were 86 of us on that trip and there were,...
Now that the A7r and a few native lenses have been out in the wild for some time and many of you have vast experience with 3rd party glass, what would you seriously recommend is the one...
Understand your point!
I orginally bought my Nex (now 5n) for that exact purpose as a digital back so to speak!.
However, what I have found out is that I have migrated from the concept to using the...
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The price is outrageous. Who buys a A99 with $11500?
Someone who thinks of it as a jewel, rather than a tool.
i have been wrestling with the same question myself.
There are 1900 x 1200 digital frame around but they are expensive >$400 and generally of unknown quality.
In my case, I wanted something...
most expensive hobby
Wives and GF's
I have had 3 of the former and several of the latter. No contest!!!
Sorry couldn't resist
Yes I get that! What I was exploring was whether the entire sensor data was read to the card and cropped in post processing via some flag set in the metadata. Not so!
I went out and did the test and
Image A (APS-C in auto mode) file size is 24,800 KB
Image B (APS-C in ON mode) file size is 11,296 KB
so it does seem the camera crops the image before...
I am thankful for everyone's suggestions and here is where I am at
1. I tried IDC and the image properties shows 39xx by 26xx so it does not appearto recover the lost data
2. I went into rawdigger...
Thanks for the suggestions. Will give IDC a go then the exit toolTim
Thanks everyone! I did figure it out
Now for the confession, the damn camera was set to APS-C mode.!!!! I had been playing around with it prior to travel just in case I needed extra reach and...
This is probably a question I should know the answer to but there you are! I apologize in advance if I'm am wasting your time but I'm somewhat befuddled.
So I just returned from a trip and...
Got to tell ya, CC, that Pitts is one of my favorite airplanes.About 20 or so years OK, got a chance to wring one out. loved doing hammerhead stalls:-) A very photogenic airplane too. Nice shots...
Joe McNally has one, unfortunately I cannot remember the title
Galen Rowell did something similar
To each his own, I guess! My point was simply that one does not know or at least I'm not willing to finalize my judgment based on pre-production firmware.
The Canon 70d is indeed impressive,...
Well I have the 100mm/f2 and the Zeiss 135/ f1.8. In so far as sharpness is concerned, there is not a lot of difference between my two. I will admit the micro contrast of the Zeiss is better.
What surprises me about the latest DPR comments is the "finding" that AF on the a7 is slower than on the a7r. From all accounts I've read, the a7 is supposed to have...
Yepminolta 200/2.8 apo with la2 . Add the 1.4x tc and you got a 280/f4 that is really good and quicktim
I have just quickly scanned this thread and maybe this solution is already...
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