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On article Nikon D850: First full-res sample images (362 comments in total)
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Nikonandmore: :
So, every time a new FF camera comes out, here come the unleashed comments "wow.. its near medium format quality".

I've been hearing the lavish stupidity of new FF cameras being near "MF quality" for well over 10 years now. And here we still are. Is shocking that in a decade some people haven't taken a couple of minutes off from their "busy pro photographers life" to ACTUALLY look at some ACTUAL MF images and grasp that it's a whole different ballgame.

The D850 is as near MF quality as mobile phones sensors are to "..DSLR quality", which now has become the new idiotic marketing hype.. from Apple to Samsung to Huawei and their "Leica partnership". Somewhere along the road, all notion of reality that actually resembles reality, got lost.

So, if DSLRs are now "near MF quality" & if mobile phones are now "near DSLR quality", I guess it's time to do the equivalence & assume the new world order that mobile phones must now too be "near MF quality"!

We life in fantastic times!

One of the reasons for those type of comments is the fact that so many people view all their images on mobile phones...

Link | Posted on Aug 25, 2017 at 08:18 UTC
On article Just posted: Sony Alpha NEX-6 Review (330 comments in total)

heh so many negative comments as usual.... I've owned all Nikon and Sony. Nikon DSLRs and Sony whatevers... And this NEX 6 is the closest I've come to a do it all camera. As with all mirrorless, the autofocus leaves something to be diesired, but otherwise it's a swiss army knife of cameras. First thing I did was sell the lens. Would rather use primes and already had the 18-55.
Crying about the menus is pointless. The quick navi and the fn button take care of that. Hardly any need to go into menus. Love that I an use my triggers with the hot shoe. Love the wireless. I shoot in my little studio and just hit send to computer. Love it. WONDERFUL CAMERA!
Touchscreen lol. Use your cell phone then. No real advantage imho. Actually it seems a handicap if you ask me. Turned it off on the 5n after a few weeks. However, I can see no reason why they couldn't have included it for the gadget crowd. So ok, minus half a percentage point.

Link | Posted on Mar 27, 2013 at 12:52 UTC as 30th comment | 11 replies

Well there you go. When this becomes available, the Facebook lemmings will be able to show every single boring thing they do.
Pathetic. I want to buy stock in this company... Retards give us money.

Link | Posted on Jan 28, 2013 at 09:19 UTC as 12th comment
On article New image viewing options for forums (152 comments in total)
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wStudios: This is cool, but mobile forums is what I really need. Like many other people I only visit this site on my phone.

Seems odd for someone to ONLY visit a photography site with a phone. Looking at images on a phone screen seems pointless.

Link | Posted on Jan 6, 2013 at 23:01 UTC
On article Time magazine showcases Top 10 photos of 2012 (147 comments in total)

Photos of misery always seem to get high praise... Any dimwit with a camera phone could have gotten those. Nothing special about any of them. Just some a'hole who gets paid to capture someone else' personal tragedies. Gross.
Time should have waited. I'm sure there are many pictures of the parents of children massacred in the Conn shooting available for Time magazines consideration. "Moved them the most" What a joke. Shouldn't even have a category like that.

Link | Posted on Dec 15, 2012 at 15:10 UTC as 30th comment | 4 replies
On article Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX1 preview extended (280 comments in total)

Would buy an RX1 if there was a built in viewfinder included at this price. I am not into carrying around a geeky DSLR anymore, so I absolutely love the concept of a high quality FF sensor and 35mm lens in such a small package.

Link | Posted on Nov 28, 2012 at 14:56 UTC as 64th comment
On photo Golden Gate suspension cables in the Perspective: Vanishing Point challenge (2 comments in total)

That is unbelievably cool! You have an eye for photography that most do not possess. I haven't seen any of your other photos, but this one is indicative of someone who has a gift for seeing.

Link | Posted on Nov 11, 2012 at 23:25 UTC as 1st comment
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PhotoTrevor: It's a bit disappointing that given the amount of glass in use that they couldn't include a little more and get an aperture like oh I dunno F2 or F1.8 god forbid F1.4. Why do these turkeys think that 2.8 is fast enough or is going to provide a shallow enough DOF?

Because everyone cries about size. Especially the MFT crowd. However, I agree with you.

Link | Posted on Jan 10, 2012 at 01:15 UTC

Why don't they just name them as they are? For example on the E mount, call them 28.5mm and 45mm.

Link | Posted on Jan 10, 2012 at 01:14 UTC as 31st comment | 1 reply
On article Just posted: Our Sony NEX-7 in-depth review (338 comments in total)

Shouldn't have gotten that number considering the auto focus system/price. Autofocus is fundamental. It should be considered as one of the most important features, just behind image quality. The rest is icing. Especially when you are reviewing a 1300 dollar system. The camera doesn't deserve that number. 81 and gold my azz.

Link | Posted on Dec 14, 2011 at 01:09 UTC as 94th comment | 10 replies
On article SLR Magic announces 23mm F1.7 for Sony NEX's E-mount (60 comments in total)
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ProfHankD: Aside from the little irony that "SLR Magic" now mostly markets lenses that don't work on SLRs, I think it's good to have more lens options for NEX. Even if it should turn out to be a re-labeled industrial or CCTV lens, they are still providing a service by finding one that doesn't vignette, etc. The 12 aperture blades are a distinctive feature I haven't seen on simple re-labeling candidates.

The fast 24mm I lean on now is an old Vivitar/Kiron f/2.0, which is small and has good IQ. However, it's 3" long with an MD-to-NEX adapter -- this 23mm f/1.7 claims under 2" (although the photo doesn't look like it is wider than it is long, as the specs say). We'll have to see if it has the IQ to work like a fast 35mm FOV lens, i.e., grabbing shots wide open in low light and capturing crisp landscapes when stopped down.

12 circular aperture blades and no need for an adapter. I personally hate the adapters... Might even be able to use shooting modes other than A and M. Heck I couldn't care what the name is. It could be made by Mattell but if it is excellent quality for $379, I'm in for sure.

Link | Posted on Dec 10, 2011 at 14:36 UTC
On article Sony unveils four lenses for A and E mounts (37 comments in total)
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zackiedawg: Just a curious note on the wording "first telephoto lens available for the E-mount system' under the 55-210mm lens. Wouldn't the 18-200mm that has been available from the beginning also be a telephoto lens, though with a much bigger range on the wide end?

Why isn't it classified as a telephoto... geezuz... who cares.

Link | Posted on Nov 14, 2011 at 10:53 UTC
On article Sony NEX-7 high-end APS-C mirrorless camera first look (355 comments in total)

Everything about this camera looks so awesome. I want it. Really do wish they had used the 16mp sensor...
Hope the IQ and high ISO performance impresses.

Link | Posted on Aug 25, 2011 at 00:52 UTC as 66th comment
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