Bob

Bob

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  • Replied in Same exposure
    Exposure consists of f-stop + shutter + ISO. It's the combination of those three things that will produce middle gray when shooting a white wall or middle gray when shooting a black wall or middle ...
  • Replied in Keep the D5600
    The D5600 is a very capable camera. The sensor is the same size as the Fuji (APS). So if you're desiring to buy a full frame camera, not sure why you're looking at the Fuji. If you like landscapes, ...
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  • Show me a lens that fits a micro four-thirds camera which also fits any other camera of any sensor or film size (without adapters, obviously).  There isn't one. That's the point of it being a ...
  • Replied in Any retailer
    No worries.  I like your vids by the way.  I like that you get right into it without all the superfluous chatter.
  • Replied in Any retailer
    I'm just answering the OP's question, that's all.  Not judging the merits of the approach :)
  • How did you come up with that? OP asked about mirrorless cameras.  The 1500D is a DSLR.
  • Replied in Why
    Why not just answer the OP's question, or just not respond?  People don't sign up to the forum to get criticized.
  • Replied in Any retailer
    Any online retailer will allow you filter (mirrorless) and sort (best seller).  The hottest seller right now (preorder) is the Canon EOS R5 according to B&H
  • Replied in An attempt...
    Okay, but you're not comparing apples to apples.   10mm vs 16mm.  DX vs FF.  Zeiss vs Sigma. So one can  hardly attribute the difference to the camera simply being mirrorless. FWIW: my Tokina ...
  • Replied in An attempt...
    Okay - great point. Thanks. Well, the subject (say, a tree) is right side up, but the projection of it becomes upside down on the film/sensor. So, somewhere along the path of light, it gets ...
  • Replied in An attempt...
    WIth the lens focus to infinity, Focal Length ("FL") can be defined as the distance from the sensor to the point somewhere in the between the front and rear elements where the image turns upside down.
  • Okay, but let's think about this for a moment.  Say you've spotted a nest with one of the rarest birds - 50 meters away. No one has ever photographed this bird in its nest.  Would  you grab a ...
  • Okay. Yes, you have excellent points. Thank you.
  • Did I? Jonny asked for the best lens.  I asked him what were his criteria.  Upon his response, I provided a link to  what I believe is the absolute best lens for indoor shooting in confined ...
  • Huh! Well that's cool info. It's interesting to go back to Nikon's 1999 archives and look at the original marketing material for the Pronea S; there's no mention or acknowledgement of any sort of ...
  • “Strictly digital” implies there is no film SLR counterpart.
  • Okay.  You have a valid point.  I concede that my understanding of the term “reach” may be different than others. Now, if I may dig myself out...  “Reach” started off as a general colloquial term ...
  • You're correct, but that was not my point. Sorry for the confusion.  I meant that there is no full frame camera that takes a 4/3 lens.  So there would not be much point in finding the FF ...
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