D800 - a dying species

Started Feb 9, 2012 | Discussions thread
MM1 Senior Member • Posts: 1,504
Re: D800 - a dying species

Great,. Now tell me how are you going to minimize that 85/1.8 into thumb-sized accessory while keeping the possibility of the shallow DOF. Please, exclude gaussian blur in the firmware.

Mat Miller wrote:

If you notice sensors are getting smaller, smarter, cleaner and thinner. FF/FX - ASPC will all be a thing of the past. when you have a + - 32MP sensor the size of a pinky nail or smaller with the ISO of a D3s or better Its going to be a very compact system. Even then it will continue to evolve. Lenses will become smaller sharper possibly more like the lenses on a rangefinder. Or even set closer to the sensor to get even faster, like Cinema lenses. Yes, live view will become the norm but articulated screens will not. external monitors that attach to the camera are more conventional than something that is attached. You have noticed that the D4 will output to apple products with the WIFi dongle. Imagine if all that is built in. it could be easily done but the but those phat Kats want money for accessories....

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Cheers,
Martin

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