bolador

Joined on Oct 8, 2012

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bolador: Actual AF-S 70-300 ED G VR is not sharp enoguh at 300mm until f/11..
Will this be better??

Not from the phone ..when you are likely to need it most... :p

Link | Posted on Jul 11, 2017 at 20:01 UTC
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bolador: Actual AF-S 70-300 ED G VR is not sharp enoguh at 300mm until f/11..
Will this be better??

enough
(dpr should implement an "edit option)

Link | Posted on Jul 11, 2017 at 16:54 UTC

Actual AF-S 70-300 ED G VR is not sharp enoguh at 300mm until f/11..
Will this be better??

Link | Posted on Jul 11, 2017 at 16:52 UTC as 15th comment | 6 replies
On article Review: Nikon D7500, speed and capability (449 comments in total)

In the phone.. When in page 10 you still can touch the next buton and get a 404 error...
Call your webmaster...

Link | Posted on Jul 6, 2017 at 04:22 UTC as 53rd comment
On article Adobe acquires Mettle SkyBox suite of VR plug-ins (2 comments in total)

Should acquire Fast Raw Viewer or something to speed up culling at Lr.. can't understand why can't Adobe make this faster ...

Link | Posted on Jun 26, 2017 at 16:50 UTC as 2nd comment
On article Before and after photos show Big Sur landslide (21 comments in total)
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RedFox88: Don't see any pics there. Post them in this article

You have to wait for it to load the picture. . I saw the same at the beginning. ..

Link | Posted on May 28, 2017 at 13:47 UTC
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LegacyGT: For anyone else confused by how a single lens camera can capture a 360 view.
I did the extra investigation and discover this camera has a 220 degree FOV wide angle lens that is designed to be pointed straight up... so it has a 360 degree in 2D.

Most other "360" cameras (Ricoh Theta, Nikon KeyMission, Insta360 Nano, Samsung Gear360,etc) offer a 360* in 3D (i.e. spherical view) via two ~180 FOV lenses stitched together.

If you thought "well obviously," sorry I wasn't so quick on the uptake as you.

A 220° vertical AOV (I suppose it is a circular FOV)leaves you with 20° each side below the horizon.. equivalent to a 40° vertical fov if you discard the ceiling/sky above you.. that would be equivalent to a 33mm lens in Full frame.. using the border of the lens. . I'd like to see some examples

Link | Posted on Dec 6, 2016 at 00:28 UTC
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Pritzl: Umm... shouldn't we be looking at 80D as well or did it miss the price cut-off?

Same about the D7200 that won twice this same roundup. . Perhaps dropped in price... great cameras both indeed. ..

Link | Posted on Nov 7, 2016 at 17:09 UTC

Is this the new little bigma ! ?
1.5kilograms. ..
Nahh

Link | Posted on Mar 11, 2016 at 11:45 UTC as 18th comment | 2 replies
On article DxOMark Mobile report: Samsung Galaxy Note 5 (16 comments in total)

How about handling.?
Is Api camera 2 fully implemented yet? With speed control an manual focus? Is there any control over the jpg development ala "pictute control"?

Link | Posted on Dec 30, 2015 at 11:52 UTC as 4th comment | 1 reply
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Debankur Mukherjee: Can anyone make a low cost 6MP APS-C sensor with the same low light capability ??

You don't need them to.
Downscale your picture to 6mp and SNR will go up as you want..

Link | Posted on Sep 12, 2015 at 21:20 UTC

That would be the fastest regular zoom in draining wallets terms...

Link | Posted on Aug 5, 2015 at 11:55 UTC as 18th comment
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bolador: I Had a FZ200 and then a D90 and a D7200.. with a 70-300 f4.5-5.6mm lens that costs the same as the new FZ200 you don't have the same reach nor light/noise. Or may be just about at 3x price and 4x weight using ISO 400 f/2.8 vs ISO1600 f/5.6 I the DSLR.
at the tele end FZ is hard, heavy and expensive to beat.
Yes a better, same size sensor would be helpful. . But still Panasonic camera is full no features an controls that coolpixs don't want to provide. ..

Is not what I ve said. I fact I ve sold the Pany. But is really portable and always handy. What cheaper tele can get more light than ISO 400 f/2.8?? At f/5.9 you need ISO1600 an that's a lot ISO for apsc DSLR just as workable as ISO 800 in a FZ..

Link | Posted on Jul 16, 2015 at 15:17 UTC

I Had a FZ200 and then a D90 and a D7200.. with a 70-300 f4.5-5.6mm lens that costs the same as the new FZ200 you don't have the same reach nor light/noise. Or may be just about at 3x price and 4x weight using ISO 400 f/2.8 vs ISO1600 f/5.6 I the DSLR.
at the tele end FZ is hard, heavy and expensive to beat.
Yes a better, same size sensor would be helpful. . But still Panasonic camera is full of features an controls that coolpixs don't want to provide. ..

Link | Posted on Jul 16, 2015 at 13:32 UTC as 56th comment

I Had a FZ200 and then a D90 and a D7200.. with a 70-300 f4.5-5.6mm lens that costs the same as the new FZ200 you don't have the same reach nor light/noise. Or may be just about at 3x price and 4x weight using ISO 400 f/2.8 vs ISO1600 f/5.6 I the DSLR.
at the tele end FZ is hard, heavy and expensive to beat.
Yes a better, same size sensor would be helpful. . But still Panasonic camera is full no features an controls that coolpixs don't want to provide. ..

Link | Posted on Jul 16, 2015 at 13:31 UTC as 57th comment | 4 replies
On article 2015 Superzoom Camera Roundup (193 comments in total)

No one has matched FZ200 f/2.8 lens yet. Don't forget it's bokeh. . And full pro characteristics..
Yes it's not 2015 and "only" 25-600eqmm. ..
can p900 do some long exposure at 400 or 800 ISO. . Others Pxxx can't. ..
coolpix are a bag of can'ts. .

Link | Posted on Jun 18, 2015 at 06:36 UTC as 58th comment | 2 replies
On article Nikon D7200 Review (640 comments in total)

As a former D90 waiting for this release to upgrade. I studied the prices and boght a D610. :D

Link | Posted on Jun 5, 2015 at 11:28 UTC as 82nd comment | 2 replies
On article Opinion: The myth of the upgrade path (1624 comments in total)
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Average User: Richard and others:
I like the article and also many of the comments. I think you were giving advice to relative new comers, to try to choose rather early, the system they want to go with, and then try to maximize that system.
You were saying that the upgrade path doesn't really work well in many cases because ff lenses aren't as good a choice for dx systems, as dx lenses, and visa versa. From an economic perspective, it is good advice.
But the commentary shows that the "upgrade path" is not nearly as linear as an orderly mind might conceive it. Rather it is more like a meandering path defined as we go along, by the unique specific needs and our "discoveries" as we learn. It's part of what makes phtography such a great hobby. There's just no end to what we can learn about how to get better. When I was trying to decide on direction, I finally put together two "idealized" packages: one ff and one dx. By way of example here they are

Yo can use tour Tokina 11-16 @ 16mm in a FF with no mechanical vignheting. Just like 11mm on Dx. So you wont need a new UW angle with a new FX.

Link | Posted on Jan 10, 2015 at 22:59 UTC
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