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ali sangari: Fujifilm X100, with d800 operation ! , x100 body is a dream come true !!

Fuji X100 with a true manual focus would do it for me. Throw in a lil focus peaking and it's all over.

Link | Posted on Oct 20, 2012 at 04:51 UTC

That train photo is incredible. Absolutely incredible.

Link | Posted on Oct 4, 2012 at 04:17 UTC as 9th comment
On article Quick Review: Apple iPhone 5 (217 comments in total)
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pumeco: I'm starting to wonder if you guys are on some sort of commission (and I'm not the only one). You've given this "product" no less than four news plugs in less than a month - the same product.

Meanwhile, despite another member pointing out to DPreview that there is no mention of the new CASIO models on the news page, it still hasn't been put there.

I wonder how many people are aware that these Apple devices you keep plugging, are already causing manufacturers to pull their products? How many people know what is happening with CASIO?

Do you even remember who brought the first consumer digital camera to market?

I'll give you a clue, it wasn't CRAPPLE, it was CASIO, so you need to show some respect and stop leaving them out cold in the "plugs" department while you repeatedly plug a damn phone.

The world needs CRAPPLE like a jockey needs piles. So again, the CASIO releases need plugging an the front page seeing as they're actual cameras and that's what we're here to read about.

Well, it is a camera. More people own this camera than any other on the planet. A lot of people are wanting to know if this is the one that will replace their point and shoot. It deserves some attention.

Link | Posted on Oct 2, 2012 at 02:43 UTC
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Sergiusbr: IMO most of those pics would be better without the WA adapter. I have the X100 for a month and is great not worring about lens, adapters, etc. Take it and go! It is an wonderful machine as it is.

I have to agree. Even when I shoot dslr, I tend to grab my 50mm 98% of the time. After a while you just get to know if so well that you don't really want to be switching. The X100 is still one of my favorite all time cameras. No one does color like Fuji.

Link | Posted on Sep 25, 2012 at 20:31 UTC
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Craig Atkinson: 5 vs 5d3!

I'd like to see dcurt take some comparison photos indoors. No, the IP 5 does not stack up well against a 5d-M3...unless your target audience is a 5x4 cm facebook post.

Link | Posted on Sep 24, 2012 at 23:26 UTC

I have not had a chance to try many of these phone cameras but i can say that after spending a lot of time with my wife's iPhone 4s, I have to say that I am completely underwhelmed. If you are outside, in good light and your target is stationary, then yeah it can rival a cheap point and shoot but we are light-years from these things replacing a dedicated camera.

Try taking an iphone it to your next indoor gathering and let me know if you agree. It feels like shooting ISO 1600 a decade ago.

Link | Posted on Sep 24, 2012 at 23:19 UTC as 62nd comment
On article Hasselblad responds to Lunar criticisms (613 comments in total)
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OhioPhoto: I've been involved in some difficult product launches. And here's what typically happens.

80% of the people on the team are frustrated or disheartened by the response. A lot of genuinely professional and well-intentioned people have a lot on the line here. And I feel for them.

20% will insist that the product is the photographic equivalent of Stravinsky's Rite of Spring -- people rioted when it first came out, but over time it was embraced as a classic.

I hope for Hassy's sake the 20% are justified in their optimism. Great company. Great tradition. But this is a tough one. They know the photo community can be brutal.

Hasselblad has a long history of incredible engineering. Even though their mechanical cameras were a bit boxy, they had their own industrial funkiness that most including me thought was beautiful. Add to that great ergonomics and it is no wonder that so many pros gravitated to HB cameras. This...thing... is at the complete opposite end of that spectrum and looks desperate.

Link | Posted on Sep 20, 2012 at 21:25 UTC

Yikes. I'm all for innovation but if this is really being considered, it may be time to change the bong water.

Link | Posted on Sep 19, 2012 at 00:56 UTC as 200th comment
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Dan: Why would you buy this over a D800? I'm seriously asking this because I would like to know.

Well, it is capable of shooting at ISO 1600...so there is that.

Seriously though, Leica makes some of the worlds best glass but once the cameras went digital I can't understand why someone would pay this kind of money. They have gotten a lot of milage out of their old, sturdy mechanical rangefinder's reputation. Purely an emotional purchase.

Link | Posted on Sep 19, 2012 at 00:48 UTC
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tkpenalty: Love all the spec-sheet warriors here, because totally, having a max sensitivity of ISO1600 means that the camera is worse than a D800.

Okay sure, it is very expensive and maybe a bit overpriced. But seriously? Comparing it to a D800?

I totally agree. If you have a D800 why would you ever consider spending 4 or 5 times more money on this.

Link | Posted on Sep 19, 2012 at 00:43 UTC
On article Just Posted: Hands-on Nikon D600 preview (376 comments in total)

This is a pretty exciting camera. $1000 less than the D800 but still packing a great feature set.

Link | Posted on Sep 13, 2012 at 15:40 UTC as 52nd comment | 3 replies
On article Just Posted: Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 review (373 comments in total)
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Peter Gaunt: Interesting looking camera. Why though does this site, and some others, persist in giving sensor sizes in rather bizarre fractions of an inch such as 1/1.7 (there's even mention of 1/1.63 somewhere in the article). It's so difficult to visualise. What's wrong with simply saying 15mm or 0.6".

I totally agree. These fractional sensor sizes are meaningless to anyone. Everyone can grasp 13.2 x 8.8mm. That being said, I too would like to thank DP for adding the aperture range chart. For me it is the most useful spec when assessing these cameras.

Link | Posted on Aug 29, 2012 at 01:26 UTC
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Tape5: What a great compact beautifully designed affordable light and capable piece of garbage.

LOL. thanks! That really made be chuckle.

Link | Posted on Aug 23, 2012 at 00:14 UTC

Microscopic sensor, no viewfinder. Another disposable camera.

Link | Posted on Aug 21, 2012 at 17:34 UTC as 33rd comment | 2 replies
On article Just Posted - Sony NEX-F3 review (129 comments in total)
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IcyVeins: I think DPR loves my contributions to these review threads because in this one for example I am still singlehandedly responsible for one third of the posts, and this is only the apetizer, I guarantee you I'll be in full bwon attack mode when the RX100, NEX-5R, and NEX-6 reviews come out, I'll be ripping Canikon and Samsung to shreds for the inferiority and general ineptitude.

Yeah, and spam makes up 90% of my inbox but you won't see me giving those creatures high-fives. Seriously IcyV, you can't make categorical statements like that without coming off like a flake. DP reviews are unique in the industry and I think they do it without bias and with us, the end users in mind. This review in particular nailed it. Nuff said.

Link | Posted on Aug 17, 2012 at 03:59 UTC
On article Just Posted - Sony NEX-F3 review (129 comments in total)
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Is there not a link somewhere that will allow me to send IcyVeins a good shock or at least a book on managing puberty?

Link | Posted on Aug 16, 2012 at 20:56 UTC
On article Editing on the road (114 comments in total)
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Camediadude: Thanks .. most intriguing to see other's habits and techniques. (I'll pass on the overpriced and over-hyped apple devices though)

I would hate to re-awaken an already tired argument but in spite of the costs, the Apple systems speed up my workflow in every way. Professionally I have to work with PC and Mac systems but if getting it done quickly and properly is essential, the Mac's will always get my vote.

Link | Posted on Aug 13, 2012 at 19:57 UTC

I totally agree. AA batteries are essential for cameras like this.

Link | Posted on Aug 9, 2012 at 06:40 UTC as 27th comment
On article Nikon addresses 1 V1 and 1 J1 flaws with firmware v1.2 (39 comments in total)

I had a friend complain about this phenomena just last weekend. She will be glad to see this update.

Link | Posted on Aug 9, 2012 at 03:17 UTC as 8th comment
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Sam Carriere: It would be wonderful is Dpreview left this NASA boondoggle to the newspapers and concentrated on matters of interest to photographers.

A story about NASA's sensor choice is completely appropriate.
You have become jaded Sam.

Link | Posted on Aug 9, 2012 at 03:11 UTC
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