Lutz - Luigi Gallerani

Lives in Italy Genoa, Italy
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Joined on Oct 22, 2010
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CERN Computer Scientist, Nikon NPS Photographer


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On article Nikon announces development of flagship D5 DSLR (442 comments in total)
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dwng: No details about any of the product or specifics of improvements. All it tells me is that Nikon wants us not to give up on it, to believe that they are doing something, no there is nothing there yet and we are not even close, but please be patient with us. We will have a new body, a new wireless module and a new flash out eventually, one day.

In fact, it is really disappointing to think an external wireless unit is still the way of life this day and age. How many cameras have wireless unit built in? Why does a pro need to plug in external unit just to be able to transfer work immediately off the camera to a computer. Am I the only one who wants to be able to do that, and may be to transfer pics immediately to my cell phone?

Good point!
I totally agree, a PRO dslr camera should have all the possible connectivity functions available, WiFi, Blue-tooth... to be as flexible as possible without external accessories. Why a 80$ mobile can directly post on facebook and not a D4?

Same for built in integrated flash, (for emergency situation I used many times the built in flash in D700, why It should not be there on D4?)

I will add controls to get per channel curve settings on camera. Can't see why a compact can make "instangram cross processing style jpg" on camera... and not a pro.

Use case: Have you ever shoot 400 photos in clubs/party/disco and have the need to immediately process and post almost live on facebook? I can do with a mobile easily, almost impossible with flagship camera.

Link | Posted on Nov 18, 2015 at 13:27 UTC
On article iPhone video enhanced by rolling shutter effect (92 comments in total)

All bad camera, like webcams, have this problem, nothing special in my opinion.

Another nice effect is to shoot a CRT screen with fast shutter speed (any camera can do this) and see only a small portion of the image in the screen, the rest is black.

It is the classical STROBOSCOPE problem....

Link | Posted on Jul 16, 2011 at 21:53 UTC as 38th comment
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