Is DPR biased?

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Bill Ferris
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Re: Is DPR biased?
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celestialemissary wrote:

Bill Ferris wrote:

kiwidad wrote:

biza43 wrote:

No.

Other sports cameras from Canon and Nikon do not have IBIS, but all their sports lenses have image stabilization which works with tripod or monopod.

Even for sports, having stabilization is important, especially with modes that work with panning movements (Canon's mode 2). Also, many sports images are taken without tripod and monopod these days.

name a fuji zoom that doesn't have image stabilization?

Name the Fuji primes and zooms that are equivalent to the 600 f/4, 500 f/4, 400 f/2.8 and 180-400/200-400 f/4 professional sports lenses offered by Canon and Nikon.

That does not have anything to do with the topic

If you truly think that available, native-mount lenses have nothing to do with the selection of a camera for a specific genre of photography - especially the sports & action segment - I humbly suggest rethinking that position. What good is the best "sports & action" camera in the world if there are no (or very few) suitable lenses for the task at hand?

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