HenryDJP

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HenryDJP: Interesting when Sony was "All-in" with Mirrorless the Canon crowd stomped all over Sony about their overheating 4K mirrorless cameras. Now the table has turned.

@pahnson Hey thanks for that. But take a look at Jared Polin AKA "Fro Knows Photo". He fully tested the A7SIII and the Canon R5 and the Canon gave up multiple times from overheating while the Sony remained running for far longer. Jared also read the notes from Sony explaining how their camera is designed to continue running for far longer. I've cued up the link to this section. Enjoy! https://youtu.be/aC39Z6vZgHw?t=1404

Link | Posted on Aug 6, 2020 at 21:36 UTC
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HenryDJP: Interesting when Sony was "All-in" with Mirrorless the Canon crowd stomped all over Sony about their overheating 4K mirrorless cameras. Now the table has turned.

You'll have to check out Fro Knows Photo's video.

Link | Posted on Aug 5, 2020 at 21:20 UTC
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HenryDJP: Interesting when Sony was "All-in" with Mirrorless the Canon crowd stomped all over Sony about their overheating 4K mirrorless cameras. Now the table has turned.

"Canon was completely transparent about this, telling us the overheat limits, which are all EXACTLY reached by the camera as advertised."

Canon had no choice but to be transparent about it as they saw the roaring crowd of photographers supporting non-Sony brands trashing Sony about the overheating. I will say one nice function with the new Sony's that Canon doesn't offer is when the Sony approaches the overheat limit it will continue recording for a certain period whereas the Canon R5 will simply shut your valuable recording off. I saw this on a video from Fro Knows Photo.

Link | Posted on Aug 5, 2020 at 20:20 UTC

Interesting when Sony was "All-in" with Mirrorless the Canon crowd stomped all over Sony about their overheating 4K mirrorless cameras. Now the table has turned.

Link | Posted on Aug 5, 2020 at 18:53 UTC as 242nd comment | 10 replies

Never had a problem with my Sandisk cards. I always welcome other companies but some companies should stick to what they do best.

Link | Posted on Jan 14, 2020 at 19:36 UTC as 33rd comment | 1 reply
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MartynasMartynas: Looks like mac tower

@MartynasMartynas Yeah I'm surprised hardly anyone else has mentioned this. It's looks exactly like the previous Mac Pro/Power Mac tower.

Link | Posted on Jan 7, 2020 at 19:49 UTC
On article Panasonic Lumix DC-S1H review (572 comments in total)
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HenryDJP: Couldn't see it anywhere in the article but Panasonic is going to continue to use contrast detection AF for video then no can do. Sony will continue to get my mirrorless business as they've had no issue with PDAF for video and it's super fast focusing.

Haha, so funny how you felt the need to tell me what Panasonic is "working on" when there's no ETA. Guess what? Sony is "working on" stuff too. lol.

Link | Posted on Sep 1, 2019 at 06:26 UTC
On article Panasonic Lumix DC-S1H review (572 comments in total)

Couldn't see it anywhere in the article but Panasonic is going to continue to use contrast detection AF for video then no can do. Sony will continue to get my mirrorless business as they've had no issue with PDAF for video and it's super fast focusing.

Link | Posted on Aug 29, 2019 at 16:40 UTC as 86th comment | 6 replies
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DarnGoodPhotos: Waiting for the normal people to criticize Sony for releasing the A9 as a half-baked, unfinished camera.

@DarnGoodPhotos I wouldn't worry about that. Sony's version of a "half-baked" mirrorless is the same as Nikon and Canon's version of an unreleased mirrorless. No matter how bad the Sony haters make Sony's recent mirrorless cameras out to be they are still miles ahead of Nikon and Canon's.

Link | Posted on Jul 3, 2019 at 00:38 UTC
On article Nikon Z6 Review (1151 comments in total)
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Entropius: The big competitor for the Z6 is a used D750. I can get one of those for around a third of the price (and might, if I want to go fullframe).

Sure, it's bigger, but if Nikon really wants to make the point that the system is smaller, they need to take advantage of the shorter flange-focal distance to make some combination smaller/cheaper/sharper normal and wide lenses.

The biggest argument against fullframe, for me, is that the Sigma 18-35/1.8 is so damn good, so I'm sticking with my D500 for now.

"Well I’m sold - I’ll get a D750 instead of a Z6, it does 4K right?

*If you find any sarcasm in this post, finders keepers."

Oh good! So you decided to a get a finished product instead of an unfinished one. And I wasn't posting sarcasm. 🤣

Link | Posted on Jun 29, 2019 at 18:56 UTC
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Georgescanvas: What is it with all the mirrorless stooges on here?
If Nikon develops such a camera it will take quite some time for it to transition as a professional tool even after it is released. Have a look at the Sony A9. How many of those have you seen courtside at the NBA playoffs in 2019?
The way things arei going in the camera industry, this mirrorless revolution will fizz out like a beer in the sun

@Romeojdr "Mirroless Technology will further advance eliminating all advantages of DSLRs, but there's limits on how much you can use technology to retrofit old systems keeping up with the pace of new systems."

You're talking as if the camera industry caters only to legacy customers. I hope you realize there thousands of new photographers born every single year and Nikon, Sony, Canon and Fujifilm will and are spending their R&D towards those customers, not the ones with $$$$$ lenses that will never switch to a different platform. These above companies have recognized that mirrorless is definitely the next innovation in photography and they have spent a great deal of resources moving forward with mirrorless. I mean, isn't that the point of this thread? Nikon's D5-series moving to mirrorless? Not sure why some people here are fighting this? Keep using what you're using. New photographers are what the photography world is catering to. Not the old fogy stogies that won't change.

Link | Posted on Jun 20, 2019 at 03:10 UTC
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HenryDJP: Haha, so funny how some people here refuse to see that Mirrorless is moving the industry forward. Even funnier that they are saying that Mirrorless will fizz out. LOL. I love my D810 and it records a better picture than my Sony A6300 but make no mistake there are times often that the D810 just isn't suitable for my photography needs, especially when it comes to fast focusing for video. Sony wins. Continuous auto focus for photos and video. Sony wins. Previewing/playback in the viewfinder when broad sunlight washes out the LCD screen. Sony wins. Focus Peaking and Zebra. Sony wins.

@NOWHITELENS I'm only entertaining your post simply because I know you're purposely being rude.
I pointed out the benefits of mirrorless. I hope you realize there are better mirrorless cameras by Sony than my A6300 right? Recording a better picture on the Nikon does not cover up the features of the Sony mirrorless. You know what I wrote so stop being an A-hole.

Link | Posted on Jun 20, 2019 at 03:03 UTC
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HenryDJP: Haha, so funny how some people here refuse to see that Mirrorless is moving the industry forward. Even funnier that they are saying that Mirrorless will fizz out. LOL. I love my D810 and it records a better picture than my Sony A6300 but make no mistake there are times often that the D810 just isn't suitable for my photography needs, especially when it comes to fast focusing for video. Sony wins. Continuous auto focus for photos and video. Sony wins. Previewing/playback in the viewfinder when broad sunlight washes out the LCD screen. Sony wins. Focus Peaking and Zebra. Sony wins.

@Thoughts R Us ".you manage to find one comment and then use it manufacture your outrage. I hope that makes you feel better."

No, I just called you out for your idiotic false accusations. Wow I don't come here daily but when I do it's the same junk ignorant posts coming from you. Some things never change.

"Also, I believe that the post you are referring to is more a commentary on the downward trend in the entire camera industry. "

Now you're trying to clean up your crap by justifying a post that you were too ignorant to read in the first place. Get lost.

Link | Posted on Jun 20, 2019 at 02:26 UTC
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HenryDJP: Haha, so funny how some people here refuse to see that Mirrorless is moving the industry forward. Even funnier that they are saying that Mirrorless will fizz out. LOL. I love my D810 and it records a better picture than my Sony A6300 but make no mistake there are times often that the D810 just isn't suitable for my photography needs, especially when it comes to fast focusing for video. Sony wins. Continuous auto focus for photos and video. Sony wins. Previewing/playback in the viewfinder when broad sunlight washes out the LCD screen. Sony wins. Focus Peaking and Zebra. Sony wins.

@Thoughts R Us "This is a totally fabricated straw man argument. No one on this thread is arguing that mirrorless will somehow fizzle out. "

Guess you missed this post by @Iloveaircraftnoise

"The way things arei going in the camera industry, this mirrorless revolution will fizz out like a beer in the sun.."

Hey man, don't accuse me of fabricating stories. Check your facts! All you have to do is read. Obviously that's a difficult task for you to do.

Link | Posted on Jun 20, 2019 at 02:10 UTC
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HenryDJP: Haha, so funny how some people here refuse to see that Mirrorless is moving the industry forward. Even funnier that they are saying that Mirrorless will fizz out. LOL. I love my D810 and it records a better picture than my Sony A6300 but make no mistake there are times often that the D810 just isn't suitable for my photography needs, especially when it comes to fast focusing for video. Sony wins. Continuous auto focus for photos and video. Sony wins. Previewing/playback in the viewfinder when broad sunlight washes out the LCD screen. Sony wins. Focus Peaking and Zebra. Sony wins.

@NOWHITELENS " am confused:
Your D810 records a better picture than your A6300 but.......Sony wins?
So Sony wins by recording a crappy picture??"

Yes, you most certainly are confused. I never said the Sony records a crappy picture. Don't make stuff up sir....or ma'am. I also pointed out the features that give Sony mirrorless the leg up. I'm sure you could read that but DSLR fanboys have to throw extra words in people's faces.

Link | Posted on Jun 20, 2019 at 01:58 UTC
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HenryDJP: Haha, so funny how some people here refuse to see that Mirrorless is moving the industry forward. Even funnier that they are saying that Mirrorless will fizz out. LOL. I love my D810 and it records a better picture than my Sony A6300 but make no mistake there are times often that the D810 just isn't suitable for my photography needs, especially when it comes to fast focusing for video. Sony wins. Continuous auto focus for photos and video. Sony wins. Previewing/playback in the viewfinder when broad sunlight washes out the LCD screen. Sony wins. Focus Peaking and Zebra. Sony wins.

@Gmon750 "There's room for both users. It's not like everyone's dSLR's suddenly stopped working."

You sound kinda threatened by the mirrorless world moving tech forward. lol

" when someone looks at a photograph, no one cares what kind of camera took it."

Did you forget that this is a photography website discussing cameras and photography? So yes, many of us do care otherwise we wouldn't be here discussing cameras.

"If you think the quality of a photo is dependent on what kind of gear you have, then stick to your weekend photography and leave real photography to the pros."

Are you for real? A PRO should care about the quality of a photo and what gear was used. Sorry but I'm starting to understand better that you're using your iPhone or Galaxy based on how defensive you are.

"Sounds like insecure Mirrorless owners, trying to comfort each other."

You sound more insecure about DSLR's perhaps taking a backseat to mirrorless more than anyone else here.

Link | Posted on Jun 20, 2019 at 01:53 UTC
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HenryDJP: Haha, so funny how some people here refuse to see that Mirrorless is moving the industry forward. Even funnier that they are saying that Mirrorless will fizz out. LOL. I love my D810 and it records a better picture than my Sony A6300 but make no mistake there are times often that the D810 just isn't suitable for my photography needs, especially when it comes to fast focusing for video. Sony wins. Continuous auto focus for photos and video. Sony wins. Previewing/playback in the viewfinder when broad sunlight washes out the LCD screen. Sony wins. Focus Peaking and Zebra. Sony wins.

@Gmon750 "I haven't read anyone on any DPR thread refusing to believe that mirrorless is the future. Sounds to me like you're exaggerating a bit."

Oh my bad! I didn't realize as long as YOU didn't read it that it doesn't exist. SMH.

Link | Posted on Jun 20, 2019 at 01:51 UTC

Haha, so funny how some people here refuse to see that Mirrorless is moving the industry forward. Even funnier that they are saying that Mirrorless will fizz out. LOL. I love my D810 and it records a better picture than my Sony A6300 but make no mistake there are times often that the D810 just isn't suitable for my photography needs, especially when it comes to fast focusing for video. Sony wins. Continuous auto focus for photos and video. Sony wins. Previewing/playback in the viewfinder when broad sunlight washes out the LCD screen. Sony wins. Focus Peaking and Zebra. Sony wins.

Link | Posted on Jun 20, 2019 at 00:06 UTC as 25th comment | 23 replies
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Georgescanvas: What is it with all the mirrorless stooges on here?
If Nikon develops such a camera it will take quite some time for it to transition as a professional tool even after it is released. Have a look at the Sony A9. How many of those have you seen courtside at the NBA playoffs in 2019?
The way things arei going in the camera industry, this mirrorless revolution will fizz out like a beer in the sun

@Iloveaircraftnoise "The way things arei going in the camera industry, this mirrorless revolution will fizz out like a beer in the sun"

You're smoking something if you truly believe what you wrote. Mirrorless is moving the industry forward.

Link | Posted on Jun 19, 2019 at 23:59 UTC
On article Nikon Z7 Review (4440 comments in total)
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worldaccordingtojim: I am pleasantly surprised by the Z7, when it was announced with the EOS R I figured they would both be a total loss. The EOS R is worse than expected, the Z7 has been better. At least now there is some competition to push Sony forward.

"a case nikon does it with his eyes closed."

Yeah, Nikon's eyes were wide closed when they created the Z7 to compete with the A7R3.

Link | Posted on Jun 19, 2019 at 23:52 UTC
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