miggylicious

miggylicious

Lives in Philippines Metro Manila, Philippines
Works as a Enterpreneur
Joined on Jan 9, 2009

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Alphaville: Incredibly negative comments.. This seems to be an amazing camera.

woah! might be the same sensor but everything else has been improved! altogether, this new a7r3 looks to be a massive upgrade! sony is out for blood! looking forward to the a7r3 vs D850 war

Link | Posted on Oct 26, 2017 at 03:15 UTC
On article Google Research explains the Pixel 2 portrait mode (80 comments in total)

Woah! Computer-simulated bokeh tech is amazing! Can't wait for this tech mature! Large sensors cameras have yet lost another big advantage! Maybe soon we can also start doing long-exposures and zooms in smartphones.

Link | Posted on Oct 20, 2017 at 05:13 UTC as 6th comment | 3 replies
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p51d007: No matter what they do, it's still a PINHOLE sensor. Granted, they don't do too bad of a job for a pocket camera, but, until the industry starts making the SIZE of the sensor larger, along with a REAL glass 5-10X optical zoom lens, nothing is really going to change.

@chibachan agree. huge market demand will force smartphone tech to evolve very fast. doesn't sony supply majority of smartphone sensors?

Link | Posted on Oct 18, 2017 at 06:15 UTC
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p51d007: No matter what they do, it's still a PINHOLE sensor. Granted, they don't do too bad of a job for a pocket camera, but, until the industry starts making the SIZE of the sensor larger, along with a REAL glass 5-10X optical zoom lens, nothing is really going to change.

massive processing power and far more advanced software algorithm are huge advantages of smartphones. it really closes the gap in terms of image quality. as for bokeh/dof, we're getting there soon thru computational simulated bokeh. as for zoom, smartphones now have dual cameras in them. its not the same as a real zoom lens but it works even though the range is very limited.

Link | Posted on Oct 18, 2017 at 02:39 UTC
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mckracken88: yeah fake pics, with low image quality, no thanks.
My d800 could be 3 times as heavy and i would still use it instead of a pocket phone.

The smartphone has already killed so many devices. Smartphone tech is evolving very fast whether we like it or not. It's already killed digicams. I won't be surprised if it kills DSLRs in the future. And I think it's already happening as software-simulated bokeh is the next big step. It may not be that impressive now but given enough time it will be. Everyone wants a convenient device that can do everything. I know I would.

Link | Posted on Oct 13, 2017 at 02:22 UTC
On article Sony Cyber-shot RX10 IV sample gallery updated (182 comments in total)
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Lee Jay: $1,700 for a fixed-lens camera. That's about three times what I'd pay, no matter how good it is.

Maybe I'll get a used one off ebay in a year or two.

@Lee Jay don't be stubborn. just try shooting ff and apsc with the same lens with exactly the same settings and then tell me if the image's brightness changes. its an easy test that anyone can do.

Link | Posted on Oct 11, 2017 at 05:26 UTC
On article Sony Cyber-shot RX10 IV sample gallery updated (182 comments in total)
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Lee Jay: $1,700 for a fixed-lens camera. That's about three times what I'd pay, no matter how good it is.

Maybe I'll get a used one off ebay in a year or two.

@Lee Jay have you taken a shot on both ff and apsc camera using the same lens? have you noticed that the focal length and dof will change but the brightness remains (more or less) the same?

Link | Posted on Oct 11, 2017 at 01:37 UTC

Excellent! Very helpful! Thanks Jesus/DPR!

Link | Posted on Sep 29, 2017 at 22:53 UTC as 24th comment
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Stigg: It amazes me that many here would viciously attack virtually any "point & shoot" camera with a "small" (typically 1/2.3) sensor, yet with these camera/phone combinations, there are comparisons with APS-C cameras that would have drawn hellfire in the past.

@larrytusaz get ready to be frustrated. the latest smartphones can take fantastic shots for day to day use.

Link | Posted on Sep 26, 2017 at 23:35 UTC
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Peter G: I preferred the Canon colors in a lot of those shots. The Alexa seemed to have bit of greenish tinge.

To my untrained eyes, the Alexa has fantastic dreamy colors. I did not feel much for the Canon colors.

Link | Posted on Sep 26, 2017 at 23:33 UTC
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jessedacri: Good comparison, but there are so, so, so, so many better choices on the market than any of Canon's DSLRs, especially the APS-C ones. For video, they're bottom of the barrel and I'd hope someone looking to shoot on a $3000 budget does the research to end up with a much more capable camera for the money. All other competitors have vastly larger dynamic range, better features for the operator, better low light performance and more resolution/framerate options. Not to mention vastly more detailed 1080p if you're comparing side by side. The Sony A7s and A7sII, A6300 and 6500, Panasonic GH4 and GH5, even the A7RII are all vastly better choices for very similar money.

@John C Tharp is the A6500 bad in holding focus?

Link | Posted on Sep 26, 2017 at 23:30 UTC
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Stigg: It amazes me that many here would viciously attack virtually any "point & shoot" camera with a "small" (typically 1/2.3) sensor, yet with these camera/phone combinations, there are comparisons with APS-C cameras that would have drawn hellfire in the past.

@larrytusaz nothing is more readily available and convenient than a smartphone. its also the same reason why smartphone tech is the fastest evolving tech. do you really need a big sensor to get 'serious' with photography? i would think that it is the shot that defines the photographer... not the tool.

Link | Posted on Sep 26, 2017 at 01:06 UTC
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jessedacri: Good comparison, but there are so, so, so, so many better choices on the market than any of Canon's DSLRs, especially the APS-C ones. For video, they're bottom of the barrel and I'd hope someone looking to shoot on a $3000 budget does the research to end up with a much more capable camera for the money. All other competitors have vastly larger dynamic range, better features for the operator, better low light performance and more resolution/framerate options. Not to mention vastly more detailed 1080p if you're comparing side by side. The Sony A7s and A7sII, A6300 and 6500, Panasonic GH4 and GH5, even the A7RII are all vastly better choices for very similar money.

@jessedacri exactly! They should have at least used the A7s2 / A6500 for a more competitive comparison especially when talking about video IQ.

But color science is a different story and Fuji might be better in this regard.

Link | Posted on Sep 25, 2017 at 23:52 UTC
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Stigg: It amazes me that many here would viciously attack virtually any "point & shoot" camera with a "small" (typically 1/2.3) sensor, yet with these camera/phone combinations, there are comparisons with APS-C cameras that would have drawn hellfire in the past.

small sensor = toy to a lot of ppl. what they don't understand is that these small sensors not only enjoy the latest sensor tech, but, are also coupled with powerful processors and software in a smartphone body thats always with you whereever you go. this is the future.

Link | Posted on Sep 23, 2017 at 07:41 UTC
On article Fujifilm X-E3 Review (752 comments in total)
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WT21: Nice camera!

Please drop the x-trans

owned the XT1, X100T and now the X100F. i did not really see or feel the sharpness/resolution advantage that a lot of people claim. but the colors (especially from OOC JPGs) are hands-down amazing.

Link | Posted on Sep 8, 2017 at 02:44 UTC

looks like you don't even need a camera to be photographer nowadays ;)

Link | Posted on Sep 7, 2017 at 02:51 UTC as 15th comment
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Michael1000: I have a Note 2. Fantastic phone. It still has features some new phones don't have. Finally, after almost five years, it has a problem with the audio jack, but the original battery is still going strong, and everything else works. It's finally time. I'll be getting the Note 8. I'm looking forward to the new cameras and 4K video.

@DingieM i think the note 8 can perform just as well... at least when your em5 is paired with just a kit lens :)

Link | Posted on Aug 28, 2017 at 03:08 UTC
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mpgxsvcd: You lost me at "We shot JPGs".

@Bombastic a sports shoot is completely different from a portrait shoot. you have way more control in portrait shoots. :)

Link | Posted on Aug 28, 2017 at 03:05 UTC
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Michael1000: I have a Note 2. Fantastic phone. It still has features some new phones don't have. Finally, after almost five years, it has a problem with the audio jack, but the original battery is still going strong, and everything else works. It's finally time. I'll be getting the Note 8. I'm looking forward to the new cameras and 4K video.

same boat. my note 2 is still running and kicking... even with a cracked screen after dropping it several times on the pavement. i still love my note 2 very much but it has become so unbearably slow. too slow to run most apps. might be time for an upgrade!

Link | Posted on Aug 24, 2017 at 02:45 UTC
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mpgxsvcd: You lost me at "We shot JPGs".

@mpgxsvcd looks like you completely missed the point. raw and jpgs both have their pros/cons. but sport photogs need to shoot fast and upload fast. and for their workflow, jpgs might just serve them better.

Link | Posted on Aug 24, 2017 at 02:38 UTC
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