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  • I just wish Sigma can develop a *normal* looking camera.

  • The ghost and flare control is so bad.

  • There's a good reason for the trend. Mobile phones did many things right: the touch interface, the post processing power, the software algorithm, the connectivity and social networking. Why can't...

  • I really like LR Mobile on my iPhone 7 Plus and iPad Pro. With a lightning SD card reader, I no longer need to take my laptop with me on a short trip. The raw processing speed is very impressive:...

  • Commented on article Leica SL gallery update


    Sigma Art line lenses are on par with their Zeiss counterpart but with 1/4 the price and are among the best optics on the consumer market.

  • Commented on article Leica SL gallery update

    I much prefer Japanese engineering when it comes to cameras, sensors, and optics. Leica to me is just legacy and marketing now. No engineering.

  • Commented on article Leica SL gallery update

    This is essentially a Panasonic designed and manufactured full-frame camera. I hope to see a smaller and cheaper version with Panasonic branding.

  • I don't have any problem with app support on my 5K iMac and retina Macbook Pro, including all Adobe softwares, Office, Mathematica, Canopy Python. Even the 40-years-old UNIX softwares like VIM...

  • My first camera was a digital camera. My parents bought a cute Olympus mu-300 for my 15th birthday gift. It was very small, very well-made, all metal construction. When I looked back at those...

  • I'm really impressed. The HDR google implemented looks very natural.

  • Dual lens design is not just for optical zoom. It opens up many possibilities for future application because it can track the depth information. For example I can imagine an app taking...

  • The image quality of the iPhone camera is very good compared to cameras with similar sensor size. You can only expect a noticeably better result from a 1-inch sensor. In addition, the ease of use...

  • From the exif data, it was calculated that the wide angle module has a 1/3" sensor, the same as 6/6s. The 56mm eq. module has a 1/3.6" sensor. This is expected due to the constraint from physical...

  • A smart design I've been waiting for. But I'll wait to see if the build quality is good enough.

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