Triplet Perar

Triplet Perar

Joined on Jul 11, 2016

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  • Raist, first of all, thank you for your civilised response. It is great to read it. I have posed a challenge in term of the manufacturer, not in terms of users. I do know that some people like ...
  • Replied in Civility, please
    My photos are my business; in the age of tracing and tracking everything and everyone, last thing I am going to do is to publicly document my whereabouts in my own time. Forget it. I wrote about ...
  • Most of them, yes.

  • It's not same. GX85 looks like it's been designed by a Committee of Blind Hedgehogs in the Bag. EPL looks like it's been designed by a human artist.

  • CHALLENGE — If one can take a serious photograph with a 9fps 12MP Nikon D3 or 16MP D4 to be on the cover of National Geographic or Vogue, then that person can surely take one more serious...

  • You would be surprised how people react when a great secondhand camera comes to a market. Few years after the introduction, almost brand new Leica Q and also Leica SL, can be obtained now for much ...
  • Video in even the best of current APS-C cameras cannot hold a candle to GH5S.

  • You can say what you want, but smartphones are replacing the GR-like cameras. X100 cannot be replaced, and are still in demand, because it is a real camera, with fast lens, and EVF/OVF. GR is ...
  • You are correct. X100 was an ideal digital camera many advanced amateurs and prosumers have been describing, but only Fujifilm delivered before others (Leica X had attachable EVF) . That meant ...
  • There is a room for both. By crippling the possible range of cameras to just one, and not expanding to 35mm dedicated lens, Ricoh blew it.  Fujifilm proved its enormous success with X100 must be ...
  • That is exactly what happened to X70. People like 35mm more, there is no doubt about it. Nikon's A failed miserably because of 28mm – if it had a 35mm lens, it would have a better fate. GR has ...
  • Thanks for the info.
  • Pentax guys tell there are no Ricoh's camera sales people, nor camera support in the USA anymore. Apparently all has been dismantled, and then outsourced. Who repairs cameras now there, I don't ...
  • … from the camera business? It's easier that way. They can stop pretending in front of other boys, who work harder, who sweat in real effort, who are more passionate, dedicated, and show ...
  • And send some teething toys too?
  • Replied in Meh GRII
    That is not true for Leica X or Coolpix A. They both have their advantages over the GR. Both retracting lenses, and very pleasing results. I mean, the GR is way too overhyped because of its film ...
  • Coming from a Japanese manufacturer, the GR is a decent camera. But nothing truly special. Find a Leica X2 or XE somewhere. No manual needed to understand how it works – it is ultra simple and ...
  • This proves digital photography has to go a loooong way before we can claim it is suited for art photography and portraiture. Digital cameras, and lenses mainly produced these days, are still in...

  • It is the aesthetics, which today is almost forgotten. Modern lenses for DSLRs are clinical, overly sharp and deliver uninterestingly flat results, they kill the magic. Film too is more flattering...

  • 67 wins! It's the lenses – for the medium format, lenses were made to make art quite tangible and light ethereal. Think visual poetry, rather than visual prose. Those are lenses with fewer...

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