helltormentor

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On article Here's our wish list for the Nikon Z6 II and Z7 II (617 comments in total)
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helltormentor: Be able to focus wide open regardless of the set aperture.

It’s not but the adapter exists, doesn’t it?

Link | Posted on Oct 7, 2020 at 11:03 UTC
On article Here's our wish list for the Nikon Z6 II and Z7 II (617 comments in total)
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helltormentor: Be able to focus wide open regardless of the set aperture.

Zeiss 135 F2 doesn’t suffer from focus shift and it sucks to use focus peaking when you want to shoot at 5.6 and camera cannot focus wide open.

Link | Posted on Oct 6, 2020 at 23:24 UTC
On article Here's our wish list for the Nikon Z6 II and Z7 II (617 comments in total)

Be able to focus wide open regardless of the set aperture.

Link | Posted on Oct 6, 2020 at 10:19 UTC as 71st comment | 5 replies
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helltormentor: Does it shoot wide open regardless of aperture (like DSLRs) or it closes down like other mirrorless cameras?

@Richard Butler
Can you please comment on this?

Link | Posted on Sep 1, 2020 at 11:53 UTC

Does it shoot wide open regardless of aperture (like DSLRs) or it closes down like other mirrorless cameras?

Link | Posted on Aug 30, 2020 at 05:25 UTC as 90th comment | 8 replies
On article Sigma shows EF-M mount primes for Canon cameras at WPPI (205 comments in total)
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helltormentor: With these lenses, I'll get into EF-M system as soon as Cannon brings a camera with IBIS.

@ Strolic Furlan
Hope so :)

Link | Posted on Mar 6, 2020 at 11:07 UTC
On article Sigma shows EF-M mount primes for Canon cameras at WPPI (205 comments in total)
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helltormentor: With these lenses, I'll get into EF-M system as soon as Cannon brings a camera with IBIS.

@ Woke
Hope it's gonna be M6 II with IBIS. I like the camera quite a lot.

Link | Posted on Mar 1, 2020 at 11:34 UTC
On article Sigma shows EF-M mount primes for Canon cameras at WPPI (205 comments in total)
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helltormentor: With these lenses, I'll get into EF-M system as soon as Cannon brings a camera with IBIS.

@LookintotheMirrorlessoften
I'm not one of those photographers who need all focal lengths at their disposal. Sigma lenses meet my needs pretty well, so an M6 with IBIS will be perfect for me.

Link | Posted on Mar 1, 2020 at 11:33 UTC
On article Sigma shows EF-M mount primes for Canon cameras at WPPI (205 comments in total)

With these lenses, I'll get into EF-M system as soon as Cannon brings a camera with IBIS.

Link | Posted on Mar 1, 2020 at 03:14 UTC as 25th comment | 15 replies
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SVCguy: Each finger of DPR's hand was way heavier on Nikon's MILC than Canon's.

I mean, they when straight to a significant differentiator... focus. Readers got the hard truth that Nikon's offering will have sub par AF when compared to market leaders. With Canon, DPR just focuses on ergonomics...com'on. Have you checked the IQ difference between Canon and Nikon...Nikon's is significantly better. How about weather sealing.

Com'on DPR you squeezed Nikon with one hand and tapped Canon with the other!

Maybe its AF is not as bad :)

Link | Posted on Nov 2, 2018 at 08:51 UTC
On article Canon EOS R review (3209 comments in total)
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helltormentor: Canon mirrorless system has a unique feature that it seems you've totally missed it!
EOS R is the only mirrorless system which offers pure PDAF. The rest use hybrid AF. In theory, EOS R should be able to focus lenses designed with PDAF in mind ( all DSLR lenses) as fast as a DSLR.
I think you should have written about this unique feature of Canon mirrorless system since we know that, up to now, the performance of adapted lenses on mirrorless cameras was just OK.
Even take a look at the "native" Art lenses for Sony. The AF performance is far from fast.

@ MILC man
"many adapted lens situations require you to choose between pdaf or cdaf, in the camera menu, but never both at the same time"
That's true but the performance is not satisfactory at all. I don't know about A9 but I wasn't happy with AF performance of my A7RII and Metabones IV. It wasn't as fast and accuracy left much to be desired. So, I decided to stick to my manual lenses and Sony's 28mm native lens.
I can talk about one Art lens (135mm F1.8) that I tried and the AF performance wasn't on a par with what I see when it's mounted on a DSLR.
Again my experience is with A7RII. A9 might be totally different.
That's why I'm very interested in what Canon has offered with regard to AF.

Link | Posted on Oct 5, 2018 at 01:24 UTC
On article Canon EOS R review (3209 comments in total)

Canon mirrorless system has a unique feature that it seems you've totally missed it!
EOS R is the only mirrorless system which offers pure PDAF. The rest use hybrid AF. In theory, EOS R should be able to focus lenses designed with PDAF in mind ( all DSLR lenses) as fast as a DSLR.
I think you should have written about this unique feature of Canon mirrorless system since we know that, up to now, the performance of adapted lenses on mirrorless cameras was just OK.
Even take a look at the "native" Art lenses for Sony. The AF performance is far from fast.

Link | Posted on Oct 4, 2018 at 22:26 UTC as 530th comment | 8 replies

thumbs up. 👍

Link | Posted on Sep 25, 2018 at 12:37 UTC as 37th comment
On article Canon EOS R: first sample images posted (259 comments in total)

Canon RF 24-105mm F4L IS USM has produce a really nice pointy sunstar at f4! It's interesting, isn't it?

Link | Posted on Sep 6, 2018 at 05:57 UTC as 16th comment | 2 replies

Holyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy, EV-6 low brightness autofocus
Canon went straight for the throat!

https://nikonrumors.com/2018/08/31/first-pictures-and-specs-of-the-canon-eos-r-full-frame-mirrorless-camera-leaked-online.aspx/#more-126431

Link | Posted on Sep 1, 2018 at 02:16 UTC as 352nd comment | 3 replies

@ Richard Butler
Thanks for sending a signal to Nikon, I hope somebody there take pains to read some feedbacks before releasing the camera.
The issue is, apparently, Nikon didn't learn from others' mistakes, so they repeated them. Mirrorless cameras used to focus stopped down, then manufacturers realized the problems this naive move caused in low light situation or studio photography in which you might want to shoot stopped down but you need to focus wide open, so they gave users the option to turn live depth-of-field preview on/off in the menu. Apparently, Nikon hasn't done that, so Nikon is going to release a high res camera which is neither good for wildlife and sports( even the best mirrorless cameras cannot match the performance of DSLRs when it goes to fast action shooting at the moment) nor studio photography!

Link | Posted on Aug 27, 2018 at 02:48 UTC as 130th comment | 1 reply
On article The Nikon Z system: What we think, where it should go (921 comments in total)
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helltormentor: @ Carey Rose
Was there an option in the menu to turn off live depth-of-field preview? Almost all mirrorless cameras provide users with a turn on/off option. By turning this off, you can focus wide open regardless of the selected aperture.

Thanks for clarification.

Link | Posted on Aug 26, 2018 at 11:17 UTC
On article The Nikon Z system: What we think, where it should go (921 comments in total)

@ Carey Rose
Was there an option in the menu to turn off live depth-of-field preview? Almost all mirrorless cameras provide users with a turn on/off option. By turning this off, you can focus wide open regardless of the selected aperture.

Link | Posted on Aug 26, 2018 at 02:09 UTC as 57th comment | 2 replies
On article Nikon Z7 Review (4431 comments in total)
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helltormentor: Can aperture be controlled via camera using FTZ when Zeiss ZF.2 lenses are mounted?

In fact, it is equivalent to an AI-P Nikon lens.
It doesn't matter much now. Last night, I watched @ Rishi Sanyal video and realized that the the camera doesn't focus wide open! If the camera could focus wide open, I was ready to replace my A7RII with Z7. I know that it doesn't matter to many users as long as autofocus is fast but I just own Zeiss manual lenses. My issue with my A7RII is that I have to stop down before taking the shot, I thought Nikon would keep the traditional DSLR way of focusing. I hope they fix this in future at least for their own sake. Nikon is going to release a super fast manual lens for Z mount. Do they expect users to always focus it stopped down?!

Link | Posted on Aug 24, 2018 at 23:53 UTC
On article Nikon Z7 Review (4431 comments in total)

Can aperture be controlled via camera using FTZ when Zeiss ZF.2 lenses are mounted?

Link | Posted on Aug 24, 2018 at 12:08 UTC as 790th comment | 4 replies
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