vrvly

Joined on Nov 2, 2019

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There is definitely need one for lens corrections. Having one for manual lens would be great too, even if I had to do it manually and pay.

Link | Posted on Feb 8, 2024 at 21:16 UTC as 65th comment
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vrvly: Finally can several thousand euro camera shoot 8K with the appropriate performance, not this one tho.
Video stream without jelly effect will be also great for sensor usage in VR headsets to make AR look more real.
I would miss a mech sensor closing up when changing lens tho, cleaning with slow vibrations does not help.
Maybe if they added ultrasonic cleaning with some liquid inside camera, it could do something.
While on it, they could add a water cooling so there are no problems with cameras overheating just after hour. And with global warming its going to get even more hot.
Auto detect human/animal eye, de-fish 4mm laowa inside camera, electronic ND, AI video filters(animated, lagged video, AR video, censored one, ghost town etc.), full spectrum for night photography or visible+UV, visible+IR, UV+IR, only UV, only IR modes... Sony got still a lot to improve.

Great. Cleaning dust is very hard after all, even if its the one thats already inside when buying.

Link | Posted on Nov 22, 2023 at 15:47 UTC

Finally can several thousand euro camera shoot 8K with the appropriate performance, not this one tho.
Video stream without jelly effect will be also great for sensor usage in VR headsets to make AR look more real.
I would miss a mech sensor closing up when changing lens tho, cleaning with slow vibrations does not help.
Maybe if they added ultrasonic cleaning with some liquid inside camera, it could do something.
While on it, they could add a water cooling so there are no problems with cameras overheating just after hour. And with global warming its going to get even more hot.
Auto detect human/animal eye, de-fish 4mm laowa inside camera, electronic ND, AI video filters(animated, lagged video, AR video, censored one, ghost town etc.), full spectrum for night photography or visible+UV, visible+IR, UV+IR, only UV, only IR modes... Sony got still a lot to improve.

Link | Posted on Nov 15, 2023 at 14:18 UTC as 7th comment | 2 replies
On article Sony a7CR review: high resolution in a small package (1162 comments in total)
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vrvly: I got a glasses and shoot at impossible angles, so viewfinder is useless part of camera hw for me.
Fully articulating screen is great tech from years back released now, when we got 8'' foldables and VR devices already.
Shooting 60mp with ''1mp'' 3'' screen on 3000euro device... when years old 5.5'' Sony xperia screen goes for 99euro.
Something feels wrong.

5.5'' was 4K actually.
We should be able to add a screen to camera with the push of cable into the designated connector. Or it could be some practical phone holder with a hinge, I think there is something similar now, but I'm not sure if it got any hinge to act as stock screen replacement.(felt too bulky for me)
Now, even having AR/VR for 1 eye with 4K screen would be like 2023 tech, or just screen roll that you can roll out however much you want.
As opposed to phones, which move to 8'' territory now with foldables.

We shoot stills with phones instead of using cameras in many situations now, they are quite fragile at 1.5K price without case, they offer screen with better viewing experience, like 4 sensors and 4 lens at 1/n of full size camera price.
So the simple Q is,
why such devices have superior experience than more pricy dedicated cameras?

Link | Posted on Sep 4, 2023 at 16:49 UTC
On article Sony a7CR review: high resolution in a small package (1162 comments in total)

I got a glasses and shoot at impossible angles, so viewfinder is useless part of camera hw for me.
Fully articulating screen is great tech from years back released now, when we got 8'' foldables and VR devices already.
Shooting 60mp with ''1mp'' 3'' screen on 3000euro device... when years old 5.5'' Sony xperia screen goes for 99euro.
Something feels wrong.

Link | Posted on Aug 31, 2023 at 08:54 UTC as 105th comment | 7 replies
On article Sony a7CR review: high resolution in a small package (1162 comments in total)

Exactly what I want. I will still cry tho as I do not expect readout speed like A1, which makes electronic shutter harder to use professionally. No word did I read about that speed.
3K or wait for A1II's 8K price. Well, its in thousands anyway and getting something useless at that price is quite bad for mental health.
It will still be quite an upgrade for me tho, a lot will depends on my purse, hope it agrees.

Link | Posted on Aug 30, 2023 at 20:20 UTC as 109th comment | 1 reply
On article DPReview readers' showcase: The cameras you imagined (81 comments in total)

But its really a shame there is no removable IR/UV filters in cameras, as it would be doable.
You got to remove it at 3rd party and its permanent.
Still, shooting at full spectrum you get 125% more light, beautiful night sky shots, out of the world IR shots and some more of UV stuff besides galaxies.
People(or companies) are afraid tho of seeing periodic table under extremely thin black shirt, giving like 10% transparency for body parts, while you can do it with 3rd party anyway.
Cameras are not at fault here.

Link | Posted on May 20, 2023 at 12:56 UTC as 6th comment
On article DPReview readers' showcase: The cameras you imagined (81 comments in total)

ZV-E1 is actually perfect, just not enough of Mp...

Link | Posted on May 20, 2023 at 12:42 UTC as 7th comment
On article DPReview closure: an update (1141 comments in total)

I just wonder what mind decided to close this site, considering it got some value or even it can create some more. Lol, even beginner would be capable of using that.
Anyway, is there some alternative so there is no point?
Really want to know the answer, as I use this site.

Link | Posted on Apr 23, 2023 at 14:08 UTC as 216th comment
On article DPReview TV: This is the best focal length (269 comments in total)

...I agree on 35mm, I got now 35-150mm lens but with apsc sensor so it isnt ideal, but someday I will buy ff it will.
Important is to get people you see in the frame without too much trouble - humanic field of view. Though not so wide, but still enough wide to get it done, but also not too wide to not be able to get farther subject sharp.

Link | Posted on Mar 11, 2023 at 16:32 UTC as 41st comment

Just move telescopes to orbit, so simple.

Link | Posted on Sep 2, 2020 at 20:01 UTC as 10th comment
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gokhankaya: I don't use smartphones because they over-process images. A tiny sensor could be enough if there is enough light. Old P&S cameras have tiny sensors and I can happily use them for my daily needs. But, smartphones do "clever" things on the image and most of the time the end result is garbage.

Depends on brand, the best processing for jpegs you can get from Mate30pro or P40pro ultrawide or normal fovs. If its raws, Sony xperia got the best hw, but also samsung - there you can even choose between better resolution or colors.
Some clever things got better like bokeh or night shooting of even stars, galaxies. Photoshop like features or dream like colored person + bw background can do only phones too.
You also cannot compare slim 200g with multiple lens with backpack of lens or bulky camera. Even if you just go to work or to the shop, you have it on you unlike full sized cameras. It makes big difference between nothing and something.... with that something getting better.

Link | Posted on Aug 17, 2020 at 09:58 UTC

Just imagine taking 64mp ordinary bayer raws, possibly hdr raws with google camera, on s20/+ note20, FF alternative is so pricy and bulky in comparison.
Though its not about just Mp, but phones are on road to Gp and last time I saw some event, it was documented on the phones, it means something.
Phones got more competition and upgrades to cameras, basically something new every half to 1 year.
Compared to like sony's apsc cameras, they stay at 25mp with only slight difference as opposed to phones that went from 8mp daylight shooters to 108mp lowlight capable + other FOVs like ultrawide, tele, super-tele. And they still grow. Just where they will be in few years...

Link | Posted on Aug 17, 2020 at 09:45 UTC as 5th comment
On article Sony Xperia 1 Mark II sample gallery (117 comments in total)

Cannot also forget there is jpeg+raw shooting mode, so you may as well not care about processing.
Wonder about video camera though, can you zoom-in-out while shooting? What about bassy loud audio recording(is it like huawei mics)?

Link | Posted on May 26, 2020 at 11:09 UTC as 14th comment
On article Sony Xperia 1 Mark II sample gallery (117 comments in total)

camera is not supersharp but ok, super wide and tele is worse,
bad light is way worse(detail). Colors are perfect.
Processing is ok but detail is lost anyway. I thought it was supposed to be sharp no matter the situation.
Still, if there is no comparison, hard to judge anything.

Link | Posted on May 26, 2020 at 11:04 UTC as 15th comment

Seriously, hdr on quad bayer even more on huawei is something else, so are big ryyb all sensors, 10x zoom and ability to capture in pitch dark.
Hand tripod, AI video and shadow/person disappearing like features not to mention.
So lucky for all they are not yet in full frame space, or not for customers?
Sony got better, you wont be able to capture 50mp+ raws though.
Just so you know, 150mp is coming to midrange, imagine the raw stills.

Link | Posted on May 4, 2020 at 08:40 UTC as 11th comment

FP camera brings something like sony A7 to size of a6100, and how I hate mechanical shutter when you need quiet one, not all cameras got this and its the future, forget mechanical one if its in the way of usability.
What I wish though is more apsc only sensors, quality super wide, fast tele, f0.8, fast tele prime, all of that is missing, forget competition when I use the sony a5100 apsc and the likes. Is it dead? Maybe I should move to FP.

Link | Posted on Apr 2, 2020 at 10:54 UTC as 12th comment

Diapers award incoming.

Link | Posted on Feb 20, 2020 at 18:49 UTC as 13th comment

I expect higher res, new bayer and higher iso. Hopefully it does not affect those.

Link | Posted on Feb 20, 2020 at 18:41 UTC as 26th comment

16 /64mp with remosaic would be great if combined with raw shooting. At least in good lightning.

Link | Posted on Feb 20, 2020 at 18:38 UTC as 15th comment
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