ilsiu

ilsiu

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  • One more thing to note - these two EVFs have 1.44M dot resolution; the DP2Q and DPxM series LCD resoultion is 920k dot.
  • I'm only familiar with the equivalent of this $249 one, which is a step down from your Sony example : http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/709536-REG/Olympus_260058_VF_2_Electronic_Viewfinder_Silv ...
  • BHphoto lists 13 attachable EVFs.  The Sony you linked to is the second most expensive on that list. The least expensive is this Panasonic which costs $120: http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/65 ...
  • I also have an E-M5. I believe you have the option to refrain from pressing the shutter button even if the camera is ready to take a picture. In fact, I believe every camera ever made has this ...
  • That's a tricky question to answer. In terms of sensor form factor and lens FOV, Sigma is in the APS-C category. In terms of low ISO image quality I think it's fair to say that Sigma is very ...
  • This sounds like you feel that Sigma will price their DSLR product relative to what they believe is their main competition - around the same or lower than CaNikon FF. Seems like a similar approach ...
  • Given that the DP2Q launched at 1000 USD and includes an excellent (built-in) lens, how much should a DSLR (body only) with the exact same sensor cost?
  • I have the RRS plate+grip+l-bracket and also love it.  But the RRS plate+grip is still a lot more expensive ($125). If this ebay option had been available last year, I would've gotten it instead of ...
  • Thanks for posting.  It's hard to find any faults with pixel level crispness, especially in #3 and 4. Would you be able to take shots at twilight (before sunrise or after sunset)?  Curious to see ...
  • Thank you for your effort.  Are you planning to do high ISO comparisons?
  • If that's what you believe, then I think the choice is very clear for you.
  • Should the camera dictate what kind of images you create, or should the images you want to create dictate the camera you use?
  • I didn't mean to push this discussion towards the merits and deficiencies of the D800, so let me sum up my primary point: it makes more sense to compare the DP2Q to the DP2M rather than the DP2Q ...
  • For arguments sake, let's say there are no such lenses. But if the situation calls for 14mm or 600mm, will a DP2Q or a D800 with less than its full resolution get you closer to the desired result? ...
  • I totally believe that there are situations where the DP2Q would be better than a D800. Maybe because you only shoot with 50mm (FF equivalent); maybe you only shoot static objects; maybe you need ...
  • I'm not exactly sure what you mean, but I'll try to explain what I meant. There are many differences between the DP2Q and D800 aside from spatial resolution. Here are a few of the top of my head: (1) P ...
  • That's why I really curious about a DP2M comparison - will I be really able to see a "30%" difference, will it be worth the extra ~$400? Regarding the D800 comparison, I guess that's interesting ...
  • I'm really interested in seeing a comparison with the DP2M (currently ~$600 brand new).
  • Open question to anyone: which would you prefer, the upcoming Quattro sensor (20MP top, 5MP middle, 5MP bottom) or hypothetical 20MP Merrill (20MP top + 20MP middle + 20MP bottom)?
  • I see - so your disappointment is with the 16-70 lens and not the A6000 body.  Do you have a chance to try other lenses? As for your question is 20mm more range and 1 stop tele worth $1000 vs $300: ...
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