lomoapontaechuta

Joined on Jun 12, 2016

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  • No, because it's a DX lens it's only 18-140mm 18-140 mm it's a great lens and i'm not complaining,  i'm wondering how much better can it be with a better lens, and with a constant aperture but not ...
  • Thank you for the suggestions... but i'm looking for something...different. I'm quite surprised why nikon doesn't have an updated  135 mm prime. while the 105mm (FF) seems ok, the price it's way ...
  • thank you guys. Sorry to respond  late, I didn't choose it yet. I'm trying to look for similar examples in the newer setups regarding the A6400, all the movie profiles are a waste on me, i use the ...
  • Created discussion thread Which lens to have.
    Hi. have a little patience and bear with me please. I have a Nikon D90 and i usually walked around with the 18-140 mm lens, then i stopped during the COVID thing. The other day i took it out, shot ...
  • Created discussion thread Colour science old vs new
    Hi. I finally found an excuse to buy an Alpha6xxxx, the 70-350 mm lens. But i'm struggling a bit to find the right model for me. A6000 A6100 A6400 All boiled down: Colour science, evf, and AF. The ...
  • Ok, ok. Forgive me. IMHO, i think one shouldn't trade familiarity and " work" flow if one's satisfied with the end result, the transition period may affect both for a while. A good lens goes a long ...
  • It depends how seriously are you into photography? Regarding the body Are you pleased with the D3xxxx camera body, regarding functionalities, buttons view finder, etc ? If yes, then the answer is ...
  • You know? I went same way has you, i got a 1" sensor camera (canon g5x MK I)... And i'm disappointed, i'm not liking the experience. Among other things i didn't considered about having a faster ...
  • Yeap. Build quality wise 5 stars. I bought mine HX-50  back in 2014, took a lot of photos with it. Over the years survived a fall, almost drawn in my pocket (i was caught in a heavy rain) a few ...
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    I could be wrong but decades ago in the film cameras era and most probably you wouldn't see much more cameras either. Photography was an expensive and an "artistic" hobby, nowadays Photography ...
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    As you, i too would take my "big guns" to that cruise or similar once in a life time thing and leave the other two at home or better yet as a secondary cam. Normally when i go out, the closest I am ...
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    So, it's the end of photography as a hobby. "Professionals" in one side and selfies in the other corner. Ding, Ding, Ding.
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    I was trying to extrapolate Probably it's enough for most people? even a 42 MP sensor camera it's a considerable jump. Maybe, but even then the new APC bodies have those innovations you spoke ...
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    RX 100 pulverized any competition it had, in each new generation add something to the previous. i guess it just reach an end. It would be nice if they change the body, add a proper viewfinder. what ...
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    In the sense they still are around, being used by people who the appeal of the film look, colour, and texture i think these people don't care for innovation per say Lens, you can see there's a ...
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    As i said, compact cameras and APC cameras will survive, like film cameras did, like Lomography did. And i doubt very much if there will be a shift to FF or phones on part of this all segment users ...
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    That will be a huge mistake in the long run if you ask me. Phones can't replace cameras ( cyber-shots ,HX line and upwards, they simply can't due to several reasons, and i'm not talking about ...
  • I think you will not be disappointed, one can argue that IQ it's equal across the board, D3xxxx, D5xxxx, D7xxxx. what changes is functionalities, Viewfinder (coverage, clarity and how big it is), ...
  • There's two cameras i couldn't decide between them. BTW nice photos perhaps my favourites are the ones with the flowers FZ300 - smaller range than what i'm used to (600mm vs 720mm) but it can go ...
  • Thank you The first is completely out of my reach. the second... i prefer the HX's. Don't test them against an APS-C system because you will be disappointed in many ways other than the obvious ...
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