Announced Jan 9, 2012 •
16 megapixels | 3″ screen | APS-C sensor
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This morning I was watching this A7S vs GH4 review https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O76Ci8MDGhI and I was shocked the myriads of mistakes this reviewer made. After learning from Tony Northrup how to do equivalence calculation properly, this reviewer messes up things completely: he simply ignores to do the proper aperture conversion math. Another mistake is that he simply ignores that (pro and advanced enthusiast) videographers don't use autofocus at all, and they are not rely on native lenses;...
Hi, I recently acquired a Fuji X-pro1 for a great price and I am looking at starting my kit. I am splitting hairs over my decision on what to get to start the kit off. My first idea was to solely get the 23mm f/1.4. I am well aware that this lens is absolutely fantastic optically as well as mechanically, and I love the depth of field scale for use of zone focusing. I was very confident in my decision with this lens, but as I started thinking about its size, I got some cold feet, which...
I've been following the development of large-sensored compact cameras as well as mirrorless cameras with a lot of interest, since I've always fantasized about a small and compact camera that can perform similarly to professional DSLR in image quality, response, and accuracy. It seems we're right at the point where this is actually happening, and I'm wondering if it's time I got one of these new breeds of high-end, small-sized cameras. As background, I currently shoot the 5D Mark III as my...
Manual Focus X-E1 vs X-Pro1 I have several Minolta lenses and would like to use them on the E1 or Pro1. I have read that both are very good for manual focusing. My question is concerning the viewfinder and resolution. Is the resolution and actual size of the viewfinder of the E1 better concerning manual focusing than that of the Pro1 ? Any advise is welcome!
Hi, So i'm about to purchase a new camera and i'm still torn between three. 1 Fujifilm X100s 2 Sony A7R 3 Fujifilm X-Pro1 I've borrowed an X100 and really like it, it's a bit slow on the take but the glass is excellent and it fits in with the casual camera that i'm looking to get. i've heard better things about the x100s. The fixed lens might be an issue, but i'd be looking to shoot 35mm primary anyways The Sony A7R ticks a lot of boxes, changeable len's, BIG resolution, good picture...