On Why the D850 is Revolutionary

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Franglais91 Contributing Member • Posts: 678
Re: Some recent revolutionary cameras?

Iain G Foulds wrote:

... Rarely do you get to see a thread go so pointless and irrelevant.

... Don't you people have lives?

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... "The difference between a good picture and a mediocre one is a question of millimeters- small, small differences." Henri Cartier Bresson

I hope you agree with our list of cameras.

I made a list of all the ones that were innovative AND a turning point that defined the norm across the industry for the next few générations (the evolutionary part).

It's not enough to be innovative if nobody follows: the Fuji hybrid display and non-Bayer sensor, the Sony A99 semi-transparent Mirror, the Foveon sensor..

I think that the iPhone was a revolution for smartphones - everyone else then did the same thing. But it's just a point-and-shoot camera.

And to answer your question - I did 9 model shootings last week. I have 3600 images to process on the computer at home with only Dpreview for company. Threads like this one make it bearable

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