pforsell

pforsell

Lives in Finland Finland
Joined on Dec 19, 2007
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Nikkor AF 16/2.8D Fisheye
Nikkor AFS 24/1.4G
Nikkor AF 28/1.4D
Nikkor AFS 35/1.4G
Nikkor AFS 58/1.4G
Nikkor AF 85/1.4D
Nikkor AF 135/2D DC
Nikkor AFS VR 200/2 G II
Nikkor AFS VR 300/2.8 G
Nikkor AFS VR 400/2.8 G

Nikkor AI 35/2
Nikkor AIS 35/1.4
Nikkor AI 50/1.8 N
Nikkor AI 50/1.4
Nikkor AI 50/1.2
Nikkor AI 55/1.2
Nikkor AIS 55/2.8 micro
Nikkor AI 58/1.2 Noct
Nikkor AIS 105/1.8
Nikkor AIS 105/2.8 micro
Nikkor AIS 180/2.8 ED
Nikkor AI 200/4
Nikkor AIS 200/4 micro
Nikkor AI 300/4.5 ED
Nikkor AIS TC16A 1.6x

Nikkor AF-S 14-24/2.8
Nikkor AF-S 17-35/2.8
Nikkor AF-S 28-70/2.8
Nikkor AF-S 70-200/2.8 VR
Nikkor TC14E III
Nikkor TC17EII
Nikkor TC20E III

Nikon SB-800 (x4)

Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM
Canon EF 50mm f/1.4 USM

Olympus Zuiko 12-60mm

Nikon D5
Nikon D4s
Nikon D3x
Nikon D3s
Nikon D2x
Nikon D2Hs
Nikon D1x
Nikon D1x
Nikon D1H
Nikon D700 IR
Nikon D300
Nikon D100 UV/IR
Canon EOS 5D
Olympus E-1
Nikon F100
Leica Digilux 3
Leica D-Lux Typ 109
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pforsell's recent activity

  • Like I wrote a few months back when you last time had this same Foveon/Bayer obsessive-compulsive comparison thread, why do't you just declare that Foveon has 10x the resolution of a Bayer sensor ...
  • Replied in Motion sickness
    I can't pinpoint the reason, but looking at these pictures is very uncomfortable. I get motion sickness. Somehow the look of the background is like the camera has been panned back and forth... or ...
  • Replied in Quadruple
    Doubling the linear resolution corresponds to a significant gain in my books. This naturally requires quadrupling the number of pixels. Hence 6 Mpix -> 24 Mpix -> 96 Mpix -> 400 Mpix -> 1.6 GPix is ...
  • The OP's issue was overexposure at ISO 64 and he asked if LO1 setting fixes that. The answer is still no, since when it comes to exposure, the end results is the same as setting +1 EV at ISO 64. No ...
  • Looks like you have underexposed the image. Just adding some lightness to the image fixes the dark sky. Set +1 EV exposure compensation as per instructed in the user manual page 107.
  • The concept of a modular video camera is brilliant. Just a few small tune-ups before release would add to the appeal for still shooters. A mechanical shutter, a fully articulating screen, 4K60p ...
  • Yes, these polite chats are fun entertainment. 😁
  • Your opinion isn't interesting, nor are your images. You are a stranger. I can chat with strangers politely like this, but that's the limit. You can think it is strange all you want since I don't ...
  • You didn't tell what the reasons to post are. Creating for personal enjoyment and for one's family is the reason for the gear, sure. But posting for strangers to see or looking at strangers' ...
  • Setting Lo1 is the exactly same thing as setting EC +1.0 at ISO 64. After the capture the in-camera processing "darkens" the image "by 1 stop" when creating the JPEG file but that is too late to ...
  • Sony doesn't call the image stabilization ibis, it has been SSS™ for over a decade. The first sss system was used in Minolta 7D in 2004 (as we know Minolta is now owned by Sony). Not srip not ibis ...
  • Replied in 4K60p I presume?
    Finally.
  • Replied in Nope
    Nikon D1X.
  • The newer lens is sharper and might resolve more detail. Also depending on scene the wider view of 35mm might contain more details than the narrower 55mm. Finally if you shoot the 55mm at a wider ...
  • Replied in Maths rant!
    No, I won't correct you. You prefer to not know and that's your right. In my world knowing always trumps ignorance, especially willful ignorance, which I think is self harming. For me the purpose ...
  • Replied in Maths rant!
    15 Mpix
  • Won't make any difference. The Lo1 setting records the exactly same raw data as the ISO 64 setting at the same exposure. The Lo1 ISO tag in the file instructs the raw developer to decrease image ...
  • Replied in Maths rant!
    Here a lens is obviously used. Same pixel count 300x400 yet the left one has 4 times the resolution.
  • Replied in Maths rant!
    Resolution means ability to resolve whereas pixel count is just a number of pixels. Both images above have 410x315 pixels (0.13 MPix), but the left one has twice the resolution (about 205 lp/ih) ...
  • Replied in Maths rant!
    No. To something being 3-dimensional, there needs to be 3 dimensions. Like volume for example, width x height x depth. Mass is a measure of a physical body's resistance to acceleration when a net ...
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