I'd like to have an SLT-mirror that flips up during the shot

Started Oct 1, 2012 | Discussions thread
theswede Veteran Member • Posts: 4,009
Re: Here are sample pictures with, and without an SLT mirror

Dirk W wrote:

You can look at the dpreview samples. What leads to less detail in good light, obviously leads to more noise in low light.

Indeed. AA filters, processing differences, focus differences, white balance differences, exposure differences and amount of light differences all contribute to differences in detail and noise. Oh, and SLT as well, of course, but good luck isolating that.

Slamming out wild assumptions without any proof is not very helpful:

Oh, how fervently I wish you actually believed in this.

Where is your proof that the mirror has changed?

Sony has stated this. You mean you haven't even read the technical specifications of the cameras you're proclaiming expertise on? Rather astonishing.

Where is your proof that the loss of detail is misfocus?

In the images. Focus is visibly different.

Where is your proof that lens change contribute to less detail?

There was no assertion this is the exact cause. Only an observation of what commonly occurs with these lenses, added to the observation that the tester provides no explanation of how he avoids this problem, leading to the conclusion that this problem is not compensated for and therefore cannot be discounted as the cause of the difference.

You have a very strange view on evidence, seeing this as you providing an assertion going against the laws of physics, supporting this with uncontrolled data, and then demanding that others prove the data is uncontrolled.


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