Ziginox

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Full Stop: The guys from optyczne.pl did shoot some pics with the 56mm at Photokina.
It can outresolve the sensor of a Sony 6500 at 1.4 as you can see in the moiré of the fabric here
http://pliki.optyczne.pl/sigma56dcdn/sample/DSC00509_56mm_f1.40.JPG

I also made some pictures with it at Photokina with my OMD10 and it looks really good even at f/1.4.

Link to the article: https://www.optyczne.pl/12944-news-Sigma_C_56_mm_f_1.4_DC_DN_-_zdj%C4%99cia_przyk%C5%82adowe.html

Link | Posted on Oct 9, 2018 at 05:52 UTC
On a photo in the Canon RF 50mm F1.2L USM sample gallery sample gallery (1 comment in total)

Woah, there are some weird artifacts in this one.

Link | Posted on Sep 23, 2018 at 23:22 UTC as 1st comment
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PhozoKozmos: MISSING SPEC:

Sony A7III:
=Cybershot videographer-centric LV (aperture stop-down "live exposure preview"*)
mechanical IBIS (accommodates off-centered EVF/LV Laggy FOV shooting)**
see below ...

*thx, old Canon Powershot LV
**to improve zero-lag FOV Centeredness ... buy an external OVF OIS system
a lens with OIS running in LV-Only is still EVF/LV laggy-prone

Nikon Z7/Z6:
=Coolpix videographer-centric LV (framing-LV-only***)
mechanical IBIS (accommodates off-centered EVF/LV Laggy FOV shooting)**

***thx, old Casio/Kodak LV

yes: mechanical ibis good for unsteady (run-n-gun) videographers ...

**to improve zero-lag FOV Centeredness ... buy an external OVF OIS system
a lens with OIS running in LV-Only is still EVF/LV laggy-prone
...
YES! new Nikon Z dcam + Nikkor Tele-lens buyers are getting Optical Dot Sight ACCESSORY to help overcome EVF/LV off-centered fov mechanical ibis lagginess ...
no surprises here ...

helps coolpix p1000 superzoom shooters, too!

...

and ...

All of your idiotic, nonsensical rambling aside: I've shot with a 500mm (x1.5, so 750mm) lens on both an NEX-6 and an a6500. Neither had any noticable viewfinder lag. I'm certain that these Nikon cameras will be as good or better in that department.

Link | Posted on Sep 6, 2018 at 23:52 UTC
On article Fujifilm X-T3: what you need to know (454 comments in total)
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Toselli: Is it confirmed the rumor that fuji switched from sony to samsung as manufacturer for the sensor? I hope we get an option as good if not better than sony!

Sony wouldn't have used an X-Trans themselves, nor is any other company interested in the tech.

Link | Posted on Sep 6, 2018 at 23:40 UTC
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PhozoKozmos: MISSING SPEC:

Sony A7III:
=Cybershot videographer-centric LV (aperture stop-down "live exposure preview"*)
mechanical IBIS (accommodates off-centered EVF/LV Laggy FOV shooting)**
see below ...

*thx, old Canon Powershot LV
**to improve zero-lag FOV Centeredness ... buy an external OVF OIS system
a lens with OIS running in LV-Only is still EVF/LV laggy-prone

Nikon Z7/Z6:
=Coolpix videographer-centric LV (framing-LV-only***)
mechanical IBIS (accommodates off-centered EVF/LV Laggy FOV shooting)**

***thx, old Casio/Kodak LV

yes: mechanical ibis good for unsteady (run-n-gun) videographers ...

**to improve zero-lag FOV Centeredness ... buy an external OVF OIS system
a lens with OIS running in LV-Only is still EVF/LV laggy-prone
...
YES! new Nikon Z dcam + Nikkor Tele-lens buyers are getting Optical Dot Sight ACCESSORY to help overcome EVF/LV off-centered fov mechanical ibis lagginess ...
no surprises here ...

helps coolpix p1000 superzoom shooters, too!

...

and ...

Again, what are you even on about with "LAGGY-PRONE OFF-CENTERED FOV mechanical sensor-shift based IBIS "

Link | Posted on Sep 6, 2018 at 23:38 UTC
On article Fujifilm X-T3: what you need to know (454 comments in total)
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Toselli: Is it confirmed the rumor that fuji switched from sony to samsung as manufacturer for the sensor? I hope we get an option as good if not better than sony!

Keep in mind that there have been three generations of the 24mp sensor. The NEX-7's, the a6000's, and the one used in the a6300 and a6500. I'm hoping the next APS-C sensor will be a BSI design.

Link | Posted on Sep 6, 2018 at 20:37 UTC
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PhozoKozmos: MISSING SPEC:

Sony A7III:
=Cybershot videographer-centric LV (aperture stop-down "live exposure preview"*)
mechanical IBIS (accommodates off-centered EVF/LV Laggy FOV shooting)**
see below ...

*thx, old Canon Powershot LV
**to improve zero-lag FOV Centeredness ... buy an external OVF OIS system
a lens with OIS running in LV-Only is still EVF/LV laggy-prone

Nikon Z7/Z6:
=Coolpix videographer-centric LV (framing-LV-only***)
mechanical IBIS (accommodates off-centered EVF/LV Laggy FOV shooting)**

***thx, old Casio/Kodak LV

yes: mechanical ibis good for unsteady (run-n-gun) videographers ...

**to improve zero-lag FOV Centeredness ... buy an external OVF OIS system
a lens with OIS running in LV-Only is still EVF/LV laggy-prone
...
YES! new Nikon Z dcam + Nikkor Tele-lens buyers are getting Optical Dot Sight ACCESSORY to help overcome EVF/LV off-centered fov mechanical ibis lagginess ...
no surprises here ...

helps coolpix p1000 superzoom shooters, too!

...

and ...

"YES! new Nikon Z dcam + Nikkor Tele-lens buyers are getting Optical Dot Sight ACCESSORY to help overcome EVF/LV off-centered fov mechanical ibis lagginess ..."

What the actual hockeysticks are you on about?

Link | Posted on Sep 6, 2018 at 20:13 UTC
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Ziginox: 127mm? That's an odd focal length.

I'm not saying it's a bad focal length or that we have to adhere to a certain set for primes, it's just strange that they chose 85mm pre-equivalence. Marketing or something?

Link | Posted on Sep 4, 2018 at 07:05 UTC
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AndroC: Re the closed source Z mount. Here is an interview with an executive pretty high up the food chain:

https://nikonrumors.com/2018/08/26/nikon-executive-on-whether-nikon-will-release-a-pro-model-like-the-d5-in-the-z-line-count-on-it.aspx/

It is stated: "He anticipates that the third party will reverse-engineer the Z lens."

If that's the case, why doesn't Nikon just open the design? Are they just trying to slow down the third parties? I don't understand.

The E-mount is NOT open-source. The specification is available from Sony, but only through approval and (I would imagine) an NDA. It's still more than Nikon and Canon do, though.

Link | Posted on Aug 27, 2018 at 18:00 UTC
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bolt2014: Has any camera in the last 10 years caused as many comments or brought out as many "Boo Birds"as the new Nikon mirrorless?

6D Mark II, perhaps?

Link | Posted on Aug 27, 2018 at 17:56 UTC
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HP McGargo: "...a little shortsightedness?" Common now DPreview, you expect Nikon to share the new lens mount technologies with third parties? Who in their right mind would give away the largest income producer for an ILC manufacturer?? In due time perhaps but to give away that source of revenue before the first camera is sold is insane. Also take issue with Dpreviw's lecturing Nikon on what they should do. As though this place has become the paragon of corporate strategy, no, you're not.

Sigma, Tamron, etc will reverse-engineer the lens mount and electronics protocol (which is probably largely the same as F-mount) anyway and will release lenses for it. Nikon will of course tout reliability with first-party lenses, but that won't stop people from buying third party lenses and blaming Nikon for glitches that could have been avoided had Nikon cooperated like Sony does. Hell, it's even possible to update Sigma's lenses through a Sony body.

Link | Posted on Aug 27, 2018 at 17:55 UTC

127mm? That's an odd focal length.

Link | Posted on Aug 27, 2018 at 17:19 UTC as 28th comment | 8 replies
On article The Nikon Z system: What we think, where it should go (956 comments in total)
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Vladi Stoimenov: The answer to the Nikon conundrum was finally found:
The MIRROR image of "Z" is equal to "S"[ony] ! Simply genius!

Not to mention, Z is on the opposite end of the alphabet from A.

Link | Posted on Aug 27, 2018 at 16:31 UTC
On article What's the Nikon Z like with adapted lenses? (298 comments in total)

Seems a bit expensive compared to the LA-EA3 ($200, same features) or LA-EA4 ($300, contains an entire AF sensor system and motor drive)...

Link | Posted on Aug 24, 2018 at 03:57 UTC as 21st comment | 1 reply
On article Hasselblad releases pricing for XV mount adapter (52 comments in total)
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BEKippe: ... So it's a glorified extension tube?

Technically, zeroes it. :)

Link | Posted on Aug 22, 2018 at 06:06 UTC
On article A wildlife photographer's perspective on the Sony a9 (529 comments in total)
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pentaust: One more guy who gets paid or gets free gear for promoting Sony. People have been shooting stunning wildlife photographs for a very long time, even way before Sony made any camera.

Have you forgotten about Minolta?

Link | Posted on Aug 22, 2018 at 06:00 UTC
On article Leica X-U (Typ 113) Sample Gallery (161 comments in total)

Wait, this is a prime lens? I seriously thought it was a zoom going by the softness...

Link | Posted on Jul 29, 2018 at 21:05 UTC as 3rd comment

I love the green ring, but am I the only one finding FUJINON TELEPHOTO PRIME and the green swoop a little bit gaudy?

Link | Posted on Jul 29, 2018 at 20:46 UTC as 6th comment
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Marksphoto: waiting for 85 1.4 - that would be my last lens I buy.

I was wondering the same, wouldn't a 55-56mm make more sense?

Link | Posted on Jul 29, 2018 at 20:43 UTC
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SHood: Sony phones have some of the worse JPEG output and don't support RAW. I doubt they will improve their JPEGs, so unless RAW is supported we won't see the benefits.

Even getting the full resolution out of my Z5 with a third-party app is difficult.

Link | Posted on Jul 27, 2018 at 21:39 UTC
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