tbcass

tbcass

Lives in United States Central, NY, United States
Works as a Retired and Loving It
Joined on Nov 21, 2005

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  • Replied in M4/3
    I don't own an M43 but there are enough reviews and samples online that make me confident that my generic comments are accurate. Please point out any comment I made that is factually incorrect. ...
  • A couple years ago DPR had an article about 1" superzooms. The Canon had the worst lens, the RX10iii the best with the FZ1000 in between. Look for an article headed "it's all about the lens" or ...
  • Yes especially for wedding and journalism photography Probably a business degree would be more useful but you don't need a degree. Get a degree in something that will give you the best job ...
  • That's nearly 1 photo a second sustained over 5 hours. I agree that's excessive.
  • I suspected that. It's an ongoing thing for you that makes a good reference.
  • It doesn't matter what you own. When comparing prices in general terms you have to consider the lens. If you already own lenses for your camera you are invested in a system but that is irrelevant ...
  • Why is that. All it takes is a basic knowledge of lens design, optics and electronics to know what is possible with existing or near future technology.
  • It will not handle higher ISO better . I repeat look at ISO 1600 and 3200 images from the other 1" cameras. The longer shutter time is irrelevant. The aperture used is irrelevant.
  • Unfortunately the lens is the limiting factor. There are already APS-C bodies smaller than the RX10iv. Until the laws of physics that affect the properties of light change (obviously not going to ...
  • An ISO 1600 shot at F1.8 will look the same as one at F4.5 other than DOF. Simply look for ISO 1600 and 3200 ISO shots from the RX100v and RX10iv.
  • Simple. He had never used a Mirrorless Full Frame camera. Now that he has he changed his opinion.
  • Replied in M4/3
    Yes but like it or not more detail is lost at higher ISO with M43 and that's a fact. It matters to him so it's not hogwash. Obviously the AF is a problem FOR HIM so it's not hogwash. It's a known ...
  • That really depends on the photo and whether detail adds anything to the photo.Here are 2 examples. I shoot a lot of sports. Extreme detail adds nothing. Zooming in to see the detail is senseless ...
  • There's no reason to believe the low light photos would look any different than the other RX 1" cameras. Remember the sensor is the same as the RX100v/RX10iv. Only the lens is different.
  • No problem. I mix up rx10 and RX100 cameras up all the time when typing.
  • That's a new one. Are you sure about that. I'm convinced that at long last on sensor PDAF may be as good or better than off sensor. The greater focus area coverage and greater number of focus ...
  • No it's 24-200mm equiv.
  • Replied in Wrong!!!!!!!&!
    Thank you!
  • These people get so tied up in their viewfinder ideology the lose all common sense. Now lets see if he can admit a mistake, try to wiggle out of this or simply dissapear
  • Replied in Wrong!!!!!!!&!
    Go back and read the original post. He moved from the FZ cameras made by panasonic to a mirrorless. Both cameras have electronic viewfinders.
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