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On article Does sensor size still make a difference? (1053 comments in total)
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NCB: A limited view of why people go for large sensors. Take landscape photography. You're not interested in blurring backgrounds, rather the reverse. Most of the time you're not in a low-light situation. Only the better dynamic range of the three reasons given applies to landscapes.

What you are ALSO interested in is noise-free images, free of noise-reduction processing. As pixel density increases, it is only the larger sensors which manage to give you that. Clean, sharp, process-free images. Larger sensors win all the time.

no no no. you can easely find small sensors with much higher DR then FF. sony rx100 and Canon 6D mk2, for example.

in low light I can shoot wide-open on 4/3, and get crisp images, perhaps increasing Iso a little, but I cannot shoot wide-open on FF ever, I has to slow down for crisp images and depth of field. Thsts force to rise the ISO to much higher values

Link | Posted on May 28, 2018 at 19:40 UTC
On article Does sensor size still make a difference? (1053 comments in total)

the light is gathered by the lens first, then by the sensor, don't forget. It is easier to create "brighter" lens for smaller sensors, such as Sigma 18-35/1.8 using speedbooster can bring back a lot of light for 4/3 sensors from FF lenses. smaller sensors has lenses which are sharp wide-open, when on FF you have to stop down the lens and to rise the gain. Being sharp wide open allows for the lenses such as 24-600eq for 1" sensors. Thus the only real-life advantage of FF is bokeh.

Link | Posted on May 28, 2018 at 18:14 UTC as 213th comment | 6 replies

I wish someone will create panoramic mirrorless camera. Digital Fuji TX-1 (Xpan).
I also want ti see some monochrome cameras.

Link | Posted on May 25, 2018 at 16:20 UTC as 70th comment

I defently happy to see this 6-8 cores on laptop! but 16gb of RAM should be the minumum starting proposition. Modern Windows and browsers are rediculoiusly unoptimised. why 8gb version is present? it was ok for Windows XP 64. It is ok for smartphones, too.

Link | Posted on May 22, 2018 at 22:49 UTC as 40th comment | 4 replies

No more lags in Windows 10!

Link | Posted on Apr 4, 2018 at 23:09 UTC as 7th comment | 1 reply

Leica "Terminator edition" with red glow from inside Summicron

Link | Posted on Mar 9, 2018 at 03:35 UTC as 52nd comment
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MrBrightSide: If you shoot both stills and video, the sensible answer is to buy both a GH5 and a GH5s. That way—even though the cameras aren't identical—you always have a backup that will get you through until you can get the malfunctioning camera fixed.

I'd better buy one Sony A7 III

Link | Posted on Mar 8, 2018 at 08:12 UTC

A7 III, even 6500, 6300 are so much better! And they take better photos.
OK, if only video matters, then why buy Panas GH and not to buy Blackmagic URSA Mini Pro, or Canon c200, or Panas EVA-1, or.....

Link | Posted on Mar 7, 2018 at 22:06 UTC as 17th comment | 6 replies

XP 64 always had this.

Link | Posted on Feb 19, 2018 at 11:07 UTC as 11th comment

Time to switch to Yandex

Link | Posted on Feb 18, 2018 at 10:15 UTC as 11th comment | 1 reply

Why not using CCD instead?

Link | Posted on Feb 17, 2018 at 13:30 UTC as 31st comment | 7 replies
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ozturert: Well, Panasonic announced a 36MP 8K global shutter organic sensor.
So, is this qualified to be a breakthrough compared to Sony's 1.46MP sensor?

There is a difference is between announcement and development.

Link | Posted on Feb 17, 2018 at 13:29 UTC

Stop posting inches! They are uncommon on Earth!

Link | Posted on Jan 16, 2018 at 19:24 UTC as 58th comment | 8 replies

Those, who have Xpan, probably, don't need this huge digital cam with its small sensor, cropped.
I do have Fuji tx-1, and will prefer to shoot with it, not X1D.

Link | Posted on Dec 20, 2017 at 16:35 UTC as 9th comment | 1 reply

Film Leica has better dynamic range. For less money.

Link | Posted on Dec 16, 2017 at 02:11 UTC as 63rd comment | 3 replies
On article Buying Guide: The best cameras for video (141 comments in total)

Gh5 is supposed to be video-oriented. But Panasonic didn't include LOG profile as standart and wants 100$ more for it.
I'll pass gh5 because of that.
Sony a6300, 6500 are the best!

Link | Posted on Dec 10, 2017 at 14:49 UTC as 12th comment | 2 replies
On article Buying Guide: The best cameras for video (141 comments in total)

Panasonic lx100 should be there. Video is as good, as gx85, but with nice lens included.

Link | Posted on Dec 10, 2017 at 14:39 UTC as 13th comment | 3 replies
On article Buying Guide: The best cameras for video (141 comments in total)

Gh4 should be in the list. It is much cheaper now, and sells with V log.

Link | Posted on Dec 9, 2017 at 17:11 UTC as 22nd comment | 3 replies

Why not recommending Panasonic LX100? Fantastic little camera, better then lx15, which you did mention.

Link | Posted on Nov 22, 2017 at 14:34 UTC as 11th comment
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sop51: I'm wondering why DPR chose an image of some ancient Kodak shutter from the 1920s to illustrate this article?

But what they should have chosen?

Link | Posted on Nov 13, 2017 at 23:02 UTC
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