rainydiary

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Francis85: Interesting and certainly to follow the technology behind it. However I have heard more or less the same story when the CD, then DVD, then Blu-Ray's were introduces. In the end they turned out not to be that data safe as they said it was.

M-Disc DVD and Blu-Ray could last 1000 years.

https://www.mdisc.com

Link | Posted on Nov 2, 2021 at 23:25 UTC
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ZeroOne01: $2500? It seems too much for this kind of a camera.

I'm sensitive to the price.

A7IV price should be same S5 and Z6 II.

Link | Posted on Oct 21, 2021 at 15:56 UTC
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ZeroOne01: $2500? It seems too much for this kind of a camera.

I haven't said Made in china product is low quality. Why you are so sensitive ?

Becasue it was Made in China or Thailand and labor cost in there is lower than in Japan Sony should not give high price for it.

Link | Posted on Oct 21, 2021 at 15:24 UTC
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ZeroOne01: $2500? It seems too much for this kind of a camera.

It accaptable for R6 has $ 2500 because it was Made in Japan.

No way for A7 IV Made in China or Thailand has same price as R6.

Link | Posted on Oct 21, 2021 at 15:06 UTC
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Kelvin_Woooo: I think it is good to have such lawsuit as it could happen on any model of camera and anyone who take photography as their job or hobby. It is because no matter how this case result in, it will remind camera makers to make sure their claims is accountable and offer a better solution when the product fails to meet their claims.

In addition, I think it is common for something to fail quicker than someone would have expected when it is made in China. As it is commonly know that China is a place that provides cheap labour for factories. I personally don't think they would do their best when they are usually paid with minimum wage. Hence when something is pricing above $1000, I personally would avoid made in China product as much as possible.

Shutter failure also happend to a7 III made in thailand.

Link | Posted on Apr 6, 2021 at 19:08 UTC
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rainydiary: If we are combine all of canon, nikon, panasonic, leica, sigma full frame cameras sales would be same as a7 III number of sales.

How many of those brands full frame cameras has shutter failure ?

I found nothing.

I mean full frame mirroless camera and not DSLR.

Link | Posted on Apr 6, 2021 at 19:03 UTC
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rainydiary: If we are combine all of canon, nikon, panasonic, leica, sigma full frame cameras sales would be same as a7 III number of sales.

How many of those brands full frame cameras has shutter failure ?

I found nothing.

I had search google and found nothing.

Link | Posted on Apr 6, 2021 at 06:57 UTC

If we are combine all of canon, nikon, panasonic, leica, sigma full frame cameras sales would be same as a7 III number of sales.

How many of those brands full frame cameras has shutter failure ?

I found nothing.

Link | Posted on Apr 5, 2021 at 09:08 UTC as 35th comment | 4 replies
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JTSV: What did they expect? Sony is a consumer goods, not a real camera company. Sony = sensor dust as well, still as of the A7RIV.

What Canon and Nikon product defect do you mean ?

Link | Posted on Apr 4, 2021 at 04:05 UTC
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Kevin DiOssi: I like that this is being done because, if we’re being totally honest and realistic here, estimated shutter life is similar to a powertrain warranty on a car. You get a car that has a 3-year 36,000 mile warranty and then the powertrain and some other components are covered for 5-years and 75,000 miles. When you buy a camera, these companies can always say “rated for 200,000 photos” or “400,000 photos” and then the camera is only covered for 1-year. There is no liability to the manufacturer beyond that 1 year that it knows very few people will even come remotely close to their shutter ratings. If there are a lot of people experiencing shutter failures on a camera just after a year of ownership and the camera was rated for 150,000 more images why should these camera companies not be liable to cover the replacement and repair?

It wasn't only buttefly keyboard. Apple also give free repair for other faulty.

https://support.apple.com/en-nz/service-programs

Link | Posted on Apr 2, 2021 at 04:12 UTC
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rainydiary: Maybe sony installed low quality shutter to some of their a7 III to saving cost.

Maybe. Never heard shutter failure on other sony high end cameras like a9, a9 II, a7R IV, a7s series.

Link | Posted on Apr 1, 2021 at 03:48 UTC

Maybe sony installed low quality shutter to some of their a7 III to saving cost.

Link | Posted on Mar 31, 2021 at 23:01 UTC as 97th comment | 2 replies

It's time for sony release a7 IV with 4K 60p.

R6, S5 and now Z6 II already have 4k 60p. Current a7 III unable competing with them all.

Link | Posted on Feb 21, 2021 at 03:54 UTC as 9th comment | 6 replies
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astroste: I really think Fuji's cameras should be included in these reviews. Fuji is not making full-frame and so their X's series are not any strip-down version. For example, at $999, we get a last-gen top-of-the-line x-T3 vs an entry-level FF like Canon RP.

A7-iii is a 2-year-old model. Canon R6 has low pixel count. At this price range, Fuji's x-t4 is definitely a competitor and worth mentioning.

If we compare winning images taken by full frame and APS-C mostly is full frame.

Link | Posted on Dec 1, 2020 at 04:48 UTC
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astroste: I really think Fuji's cameras should be included in these reviews. Fuji is not making full-frame and so their X's series are not any strip-down version. For example, at $999, we get a last-gen top-of-the-line x-T3 vs an entry-level FF like Canon RP.

A7-iii is a 2-year-old model. Canon R6 has low pixel count. At this price range, Fuji's x-t4 is definitely a competitor and worth mentioning.

In future full frame would be cheaper and better.

Fact is most of awards winning photographers using full frame.

Link | Posted on Dec 1, 2020 at 01:11 UTC
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astroste: I really think Fuji's cameras should be included in these reviews. Fuji is not making full-frame and so their X's series are not any strip-down version. For example, at $999, we get a last-gen top-of-the-line x-T3 vs an entry-level FF like Canon RP.

A7-iii is a 2-year-old model. Canon R6 has low pixel count. At this price range, Fuji's x-t4 is definitely a competitor and worth mentioning.

APS-C camera has no future. Each years new full frames camera became cheaper and one day it all would be replaced by full frames it was like CRT TV been replaced by LED TV.

Link | Posted on Nov 30, 2020 at 05:53 UTC
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rainydiary: No third party lens support for z mount would be no future for nikon.

New user would not interest buy Nikon Z due to lack of lenses. New user would not interest buy the camera and buy adapter except nikon user who already had many nikon DLSR's lens.

If Nikon Z already have third party lens it would gain intersted by new user and nikon user.

Link | Posted on Nov 8, 2020 at 01:13 UTC

No third party lens support for z mount would be no future for nikon.

Link | Posted on Nov 6, 2020 at 23:50 UTC as 78th comment | 24 replies
On article Nikon Z6 II review (1271 comments in total)
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IsaacG1975: comparing Z6II to A7iii seems this is a much better camera;
Faster shooting speeds (20% faster)
Better EVF
10bit HDMI
CFExpress
Top display
BSI CMOS
4K 60p

The only cons of Z6 II is no third party lens.

Link | Posted on Oct 15, 2020 at 05:09 UTC

In some countries price of R6 is expensive.

I think the price should be same as RP.

Does R6 is RP successor ?

Link | Posted on Oct 9, 2020 at 03:29 UTC as 52nd comment | 1 reply
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