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waitformee

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akjos: Olympus has officially lost their mind... no matter how cool and awesome the camera may be, m4/3 sensor is m4/3 sensor and will NEVER match full frame ones. $2000 price is insane when you can get awesome new in box FX D750 for example( which i own) for 200 less now...
I shot and owned just about any sensor size cameras my current kit is d750 and bunch of lenses, g7 and 5 lenses and nikon j5. Sold 2 fujis .
No matter how good the m43 camera is IQ will never equal full frame . The dynamic range and iso performance is just not there. And never will be.( physics) .
Dont get me wrong i have fun shooting with just about anything even with my j5 but olympus may have set their ambitions and prices little too high this time. Market is very competitve...
Would i like to have it? Sure... but would i sell my fx nikon and spend same money on this camera ? No freaking way.

I like the idea of FF is FF but seriously, it is not every situation that FF is better then m43 or should I say bigger sensor is better then smaller sensor. If better is better then why do you not see all PROs carrying Large Format camera?

I give you a challenge, if you use omd-em1 with adapted minolta MD 50mm f2 shooting at base ISO vs Sony A7 with adapted minolta MD 50mm f2 shooting at base ISO, having the rest being the same. OMD may not lose.

If you want to know what situation will this happens then this may be a landscape shot.

Link | Posted on Nov 2, 2016 at 10:03 UTC
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Michael_13: Who will buy this lens?
... and who wants to look at these terribly distorted pictures?

i love fisheye too.

Link | Posted on Oct 21, 2016 at 00:49 UTC
On article DxOMark confirms Canon EOS 1D X II sensor advances (217 comments in total)
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Lea5: Do people really take this DXO thingy serious?

Usually when you are lost, you will tend to put more trust on rumors. DXO has done their work to present facts and data that they have gathered. However, the person whom prepared the data may be know more then you.

I personally trust DXO and DPR very much. I am one of those people whom are "lost".

Link | Posted on Jul 1, 2016 at 00:59 UTC
On article DxOMark confirms Canon EOS 1D X II sensor advances (217 comments in total)
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miggylicious: Didn't think that my 4 year old A99 would still perform better (in good light) than Canon's latest beast.

@Boomanbb, A99 will not win, but it does not means anything.

Link | Posted on Jul 1, 2016 at 00:55 UTC
On article DxOMark confirms Canon EOS 1D X II sensor advances (217 comments in total)
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Frank C.: just tied the D3X... nice going Canon!

maybe he managed to mount ef lenses on D3X

Link | Posted on Jul 1, 2016 at 00:49 UTC
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Marksphoto: so if it's equivalent to 24 mm on full frame, what does that make the f-stops equivalent to 3.5?

So back to why FF is better.
All know that FF is better.

Think about this.
With a person standing at the same place and the photographer standing at 10m away. U will need a 24mm on a FF to get the same picture (angle of view) as a 12mm on M43.

In this simlar picture taken, the FF is has a different DOF because FF is using 24mm while M43 is using 12mm.

DOF is due to the lenses difference. not because of the sensor!

Link | Posted on Jun 17, 2016 at 08:27 UTC
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Marksphoto: so if it's equivalent to 24 mm on full frame, what does that make the f-stops equivalent to 3.5?

@the decent exposure

Consider this
DOF is the distance between the nearest and the furthest objects giving a focused image.

With the same experiment, use a7 mount any lenses. place a measuring tape on the floor (example 1 metre measuring tape). Tilt downwards mounted on a tripod and just focus one point on the measuring tape (maybe at the 50cm mark). then finally take a photo with both FF and Crop mode.

U will realised that the area in focus for both the full frame and the crop is the same.

This will point out that DOF has nothing to do with the sensor size.

So DOF for a 12mm on a m43 and a 12mm on a FF is the same.

Link | Posted on Jun 17, 2016 at 08:22 UTC
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Marksphoto: so if it's equivalent to 24 mm on full frame, what does that make the f-stops equivalent to 3.5?

@fmian, if you know that then it is good. if the reverse happens, then apc-s will receive more light? I think you can try a simple one by shooting at a plain white wall. Anyway. I never believe too until i own the a7 and tried out this experiment.

Link | Posted on Jun 17, 2016 at 08:11 UTC
On article D500 owner formally accuses Nikon of false advertising (473 comments in total)
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CameraLabTester: This error, while they may be pooh poohed by luddites who won't be using WiFi, is a BIG lapse in QC and Advertising honesty.

Nikon users are going to be angry.

The worst is Nikon having their loyal following feeling tar and feathered.

.

Hi Alan, If you remote to your TV is faulty, will you consider this a QC issue?

Even if there are switches on your TV itself, I believe most of us will consider for a return.

Link | Posted on Jun 17, 2016 at 07:55 UTC
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Marksphoto: so if it's equivalent to 24 mm on full frame, what does that make the f-stops equivalent to 3.5?

We leave the maths aside. try to shoot with a FF that has a CROP mode. Mount the camera (same lenses) on a tripod and do not change any settings (ISO, aperature, focus, etc) other then FF mode and CROP mode. Then u compare the 2 photos. U will realised that the exposure is the same. Which means that this f1.4 m43 lenses is not equal to a F2.8 FF lenses.

If u r still have doubts then try a crop lenses on the FF and repeat the same experiment again. Result is the same.

Try Sony A7 with FE55F1.8 and SEL1018.

Learn that F number does not change with the sensor size.

Link | Posted on Jun 16, 2016 at 05:56 UTC
On article Back to the action: Nikon D500 Review (1104 comments in total)
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Retro1976: Ugh Nikon colors are terrible.

I use nikon DF. I used to have canon. To be fair, canon render better skin tones

Link | Posted on May 26, 2016 at 01:17 UTC
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Boss of Sony: Unfortunately, as this is not full-frame, it's not capable of taking good photos.

U r wrong. only large format takes good photo. LOL. My baby takes better photo then u, more pro then u, as she has a large format film camera in her toy box.

Link | Posted on Mar 22, 2016 at 01:02 UTC
On article Little beauty: Nordin Seruyan's macro images (352 comments in total)
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Pixnat2: Very creative and beautiful, I enjoy it.

The comments about torturing insects are hilarious !
I guess those who made those comments never smashed a bug :-)

Hypocrisy at its paroxysm.

We do kill many insect and animals sometimes but it was never an evil intention. If you killed a frog that is poisonous, it may be still fine but if you killed a frog just for photography then it is evil.

Link | Posted on May 12, 2014 at 01:48 UTC
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forpetessake: Before people start cheering and celebrating, they need to understand that Sony (just like other manufacturers) mislead the ignorant public providing equivalent FLs and conveniently forgetting to convert the f-stops to FF as well. So they would advertise RX-10 lens as 24-200mm f/2.8 equivalent, while it's 24-200mm f/7.6 equivalent.
Same with these lens designs, they provide an equivalent FL and 'forget' to provide an equivalent f-stop.
If you look at the actual equivalent numbers, like the first design is 26-112mm f/5.1-9.0 you'll be a lot less jubilant. The lenses are quite dim, no faster than they were in the compact 35mm film cameras of yesteryear.

hi forpetessake,

They are correct about your comments. But you are correct about yourself.

Link | Posted on Apr 29, 2014 at 03:54 UTC
On article Nikon D4s First Impressions Review (1033 comments in total)
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arhmatic: Oh, bubbly cameras...
Why everything these days look more and more like a melted bar soap?

By contrast, Fuji, Olympus - well done!

well said.... haha.... do you need to take into account of lens weight, flash weight etc to finally determine ergonomic...

Link | Posted on Feb 25, 2014 at 05:45 UTC
On article Nikon D5300 Review (310 comments in total)
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Zeisschen: With the a6000 news just prior to this, it's hard to believe both product pictures are made in the same year 2014. Compared to the modern Sony design this camera just looks like a cheap plastic tool from the 90s.

to Zeisschen, 1 like for your post.

Mirrorless today is no lack of lens. There are so many adaptors to choose from. I think it is only correct to say that more than 90% of the lenses in the world will fit an mirrorless camera or E Mount Camera.

Link | Posted on Feb 13, 2014 at 01:43 UTC
On article Olympus PEN E-P5 Review (500 comments in total)
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Elite83: It's a nice device, but I can't see spending that kind of money on an ILC that wasn't even APS-C.

A camera is not just about the sensor size.

Link | Posted on Oct 4, 2013 at 03:51 UTC
On article 5 Reasons why I haven't used my DSLR for months (593 comments in total)
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bgbs: Do you shoot professionally? I do not bring a mirrorless to any of my client work, and they certainly don't expect me to. But I agree, mirrorless is my go to camera when I'm shooting around for pleasures sake.

what has shoot professionally to do anything with the camera?
U think small camera cannot be more expensive then a DSLR?
or small camera cannot produce a better photo then DSLR?

Link | Posted on Aug 1, 2013 at 06:05 UTC
On article 5 Reasons why I haven't used my DSLR for months (593 comments in total)
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HawaiiVolcanoes: This article is meant to get attention..nothing more...sooo you've succeeded, this time. I believe that this article is short-sighted and irresponsible. You keep shooting with whatever you please..and I will continue to shoot with my 85 1.2L and 5DmkIII and amuse myself at the end of each day with a glass of rum, my images on my 27" iMac...and the ramblings of another so-called "photographer" that for some reason thinks that his opinion matters...all of these crummy little Pen Cameras and Mirror-less this and that cameras are meant to draw people away from Cellphones...Amen

Actually. what define a PRO is what photo they produce. U do not define a PRO just by having a expensive DSLR. A lot of PRO does not like small cameras but it is true that camera are getting smaller and better. It is really not about the camera. It is about the photographer.

If you insist on your thinking then is medium size is more PRO then full frame?

Link | Posted on Aug 1, 2013 at 06:03 UTC
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whtchocla7e: What is the point of this campaign? To get some likes on Facebook?

I need way more motivation than that to get away from the computer and actually do something. I doubt the Internet is the right medium to transmit this type of a message.

Just to share my experiences.

There is this charity event which ask for donation to buy chairs for a school who cannot afford new chairs. So I paid for a furniture company to deliver the 50 chairs to them. Something that shocked me is that the furniture company tells me that the organization ask for a refund and demanded to return the chairs and in turn refund the money to the CHARITY organization.

It really makes me mad.

@Impulses may just be correct for most of the campaigns.

Link | Posted on Jul 3, 2013 at 05:27 UTC
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