0lf

0lf

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  • Your observation about optical quality is not consistent with what DPr shows in their review of the camera, except for AC. May be sample variation ?
  • I would say that wise people buy a camera whose strengths meet their needs, thus don’t care much about weaknesses.
  • The G1x3 seems to be a very specialized beast. It will shine where you can keep the sensitivity at the lowest. In others situations, while not being bad, some cameras with 1” sensor can do better. ...
  • There is another solution to have a wider fov on the G7x3 that does not require a new lens : tune down lens correction at WA, made it accessible with the zoom lever like digital zoom, and put the ...
  • Is there no adapter to use Canon lenses on other's products ?
  • In fact, Canon state they have a global strategy which mix dSLR and mirrorless, so some (most) market segments are covered by dSLR and not by mirrorless (yet). So make a comparison about ...
  • Because of marketing and segmentation does not mean the M50 has all the hardware but Canon disabled the feature. They clearly said it was nos possible in the M50
  • English is not my native language, so may be you can provide me a better term for the designation of people complaining ad nauseam, opening countless thread about the same thing instead of simply ...
  • My statement is based on data provided by a DPR member : https://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/60896326
  • https://www.usa.canon.com/internet/portal/us/home/products/details/cameras/eos-m-series-digital-cameras/eos-m50-ef-m-15-45mm-is-stm-kit @ 2:20
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    Your argument is inexistant, just like the M5 2 It means the idea is so dumb one person is not enough to express how sad, sorry, whatever he is. If I have to explain this, it is not surprising you ...
  • Putting its relevance into perspective is quite humble IMHO ;) And I sometimes whine too. I am humble enough to recognize it is often not a good way.
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    memory too. Fast readout, processing and memory. The phone can extract a lot of data from its sensor, store it and process it. But it is not the point. The two devices put the money on different ...
  • Canon began the M quite some times ago, and expand the line very slowly despite the whiners: (1) We have the 4K crowd and Canon release the first 4K M after every one else, and with a limited feature set,
  • I wonder if it work
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    You just don't understand the point. The silicon and the glass cost a lot more in a camera than on a phone. So for a phone, money can be invested in developing fast readout and processing. So it ...
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    Nothing. But since we compare photo camera and we are a minimum interested in IQ, we should agree than it is more honest to compare devices were sensor and lens represent a significative amount of ...
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    His post is only cherry quoting and misinterpretation, as I already said. There is nothing in this post that prove your point. If there is a thread with a proof instead of empty accusation, please ...
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    And which one has DPAF at this price point ? Plus, it is not the point. You said Canon intentionally crippled the camera. The fact that other manufacturer would have the tech would not prove that ...
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    The image pipeline is a bit more complex than just a processor.
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