d i s p l a y n a m e

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  • fact is, IBIS has Canon running scared. Rumor has it their next EOS R model will have it. it's not hard to see why. Everyone laughed at their claim that IS was preferred to IBIS. Meanwhile, ...
  • That "article" reads like a paid advertisement. DPR should mark such content as such. "A resurgence of analog photography?" where's the in-text citation?
  • I like the latest version. looks terrific. ever since i tried Aurora after hearing about Trey Ratcliff's hand in it, I was sold on the program. the mere inclusion of layers makes it so much better ...
  • in the right hands, aurora is superior by far. Photomatix is and always has been a joke of a program. some say there's no such thing as bad publicity, but could it be that few things are more ...
  • Removing an AA filter could make a difference--in a bad way.  I've had many artifacts in my urban landscapes with my AA-canceled camera, from brick walls, to fences, to shingles, and even patterns ...
  • The mere fact that this goes out to 16mm takes the reach-starved RX100 out of the running.

    Sure, the RX100 is hanging on by a thread because of its reach at the long end, but chances are this...

  • Many things, but "best crop sensor DSLR" is chief among them. Hope that helps.
  • who said it was? there are other nikons better than it b/c there are other nikons better than it LOL. If people want proper LV AF they get one of the many mirrorless bodies, not DSLRs with ...
  • Careful, Glen! The busy road (aka marketplace of ideas) is a simple place to a horse with blinders on. If it take it off, how will it cope with the cognitive diversity that makes it want to curl up ...
  • learn how to hold a camera properly. MILC is far closer in form to film. large dslrs are aberrations; in the annals of photography, they will be mere footnotes.
  • thing is, there's no space in Japan. they now live in capsules the size of a coffin. where would be the place for a D5 or the like? But they're not very representative. also because of ...
  • the answer lies in knowing this: why would anyone choose those cameras over a D500? that will tell you the target audience. here's a hint: it's not those seeking the best of the best (or getting ...
  • yea, i agree with you here. juxtaposed with Nick's, first guys shots look more like snaps. btw, that's a great quote in your signature. we need more of that around here. ;)
  • im not so sure about that. anyone who's ever used an A9 would probably disagree.
  • what you should be exploring is a way to hold the camera maker accountable for its specious claims of water resistance. for far too long, they've been peddling $$$ bodies without real water ...
  • it might come as a surprise to some to learn that some companies used to keep their primes of poor quality (e.g., 50 f/1.4) so people would buy the zooms, and keep the zooms of poor quality (e.g., ...
  • i was gonna say something similar then i saw your post. Gotta say, i couldn't agree more. Pretty much any of us, given the opportunity could take such--what are essentially--documentary snaps of ...
  • lars, i gotta say, this is exactly the kind of fresh perspective required around here to bring in some much needed new blood to the site.

    It's quite obvious that in more ways than one, these...

  • yea, they're trying to do that. but who really cares? i mean, their fx mound has already produced some great halo lenses like 200 f/2 that nobody but a few can buy. what they should be doing is ...
  • these lenses will be doa because of the size, wieght, and price. at first, i couldn't understand why they are focusing on this when they need to improve their 24-120 and 28-300. then i realized ...
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