webrunner5

webrunner5

Lives in United States Oxford, OH, United States
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Joined on Feb 23, 2007

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JT26: That final image is stunning. I love it.

Yeah and the final picture was taken with a Cell Phone. My favorite also.

Link | Posted on Mar 6, 2017 at 04:36 UTC
On article CP+ 2017: Updated Fujifilm GFX 50S sample gallery (83 comments in total)

You sure can't complain about the colors. Fuji knows how to do that aspect. I liked them a lot.

Link | Posted on Feb 26, 2017 at 16:44 UTC as 14th comment
On article iPhone 8 front camera rumored to capture 3D images (76 comments in total)
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Zoom Zoom Zoom: Just a couple years ago 3D was all the rave. All movies were being released in 3D, all TVs were 3D capable, video projectors all 3D ready, some phones had dual 3D cameras and & glass-free 3D screens, Graphics Cards were all on the 3D spree, all high-end laptops w/dedicated GPUs were 3D ready, some laptops even had glass free 3D screens, handheld gaming consoles were getting 3D displays, camcorders were all getting 3D capabilities & dual lenses, still cameras were starting to get 3D interchangeable lenses..

BOOM! All has died quicker than any fad Ive witnessed to date. Its all so over, so nowhere-to-be-found-anymore, so dead & so buried.. its like.. well.. priceless:) The push of whole world for 3D & the speed it all gets killed is hysterical. Some new TVs even make the point they're NOT 3D capable anymore, thats how badly this is to be KILLED OFF!

NOW, Apple is talking 3D stuff? Now?..just to show you how late, retard & lethargic this innovation-less company has pathetically become.

I may be wrong, but I think the 3D thingy is for face recognition for securing your phone more than movies. They are getting rid of maybe the home button which is the fingerprint reader also. So it maybe connected??

Link | Posted on Feb 22, 2017 at 04:24 UTC
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onlooker: Perhaps I've missed it somewhere, but I am trying to compare Panasonic's IBIS to that of Olympus E-M1 II in still photography. For example, now that Panasonic has the IBIS, can I put Olympus 25 mm f/1.8 on it and get the same stabilization results as I would from the Olympus E-M1 II?

I wish you would have an article on the comparison of Panasonic GH5 vs. Olympus E-M1 II for still photography, item by item (not bombastically puerile proclamations in occasional comments).

Well I have a GH4, sold my EM1 mkI, have Panny G7, Oly EPL1, so I am a m4/3 fan. So if you are into photos go Olympus, video go Panasonic, simple as that.

From what I heard a few months ago, Panasonic helped Olympus with the video on the EM1 mkII and Olympus helped Panasonic with the IBIS part. And they both helped support the 20mp sensor. So you really can't go too wrong with either one.

Link | Posted on Jan 18, 2017 at 02:00 UTC
On article Canon granted third most US patents in 2016 (145 comments in total)
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steelhead3: I see Canon is copying Kodak and trying to cover everything so in the end they will have a portfolio that the lawyers can fight over.

Canon makes photo printers also, but who even prints anymore. Things happen to even great companies.

Link | Posted on Jan 17, 2017 at 03:37 UTC
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onlooker: Perhaps I've missed it somewhere, but I am trying to compare Panasonic's IBIS to that of Olympus E-M1 II in still photography. For example, now that Panasonic has the IBIS, can I put Olympus 25 mm f/1.8 on it and get the same stabilization results as I would from the Olympus E-M1 II?

I wish you would have an article on the comparison of Panasonic GH5 vs. Olympus E-M1 II for still photography, item by item (not bombastically puerile proclamations in occasional comments).

But there is only 2 lens that do that.

Link | Posted on Jan 17, 2017 at 03:16 UTC
On article Canon granted third most US patents in 2016 (145 comments in total)
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vscd: http://www.canonrumors.com/canon-continues-marketshare-dominance-in-japan/

DSLR Camera Markshare 2016 (Japan)
Canon 63.3% (56.2% in 2015)
Nikon 31.6%
Ricoh 4.8%
Mirrorless Camera Markshare 2016 (Japan)
Olympus 26.8
Canon 18.5% (13.6% in 2015)
Sony 17.9%

[...]seems the patents are not the only dominance. In the world biggest photomarket, japan, Canon also dominates Mirrorless in front of Sony. Only Olympus is ahead. Fuji? ...never heard of her ;)

Somehow I find it hard to believe a country with 127.3 million people buy more cameras than China, or India, or maybe the US even?

Link | Posted on Jan 17, 2017 at 03:09 UTC
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GabrielFFontes: Wow, that's amazing. An APS-H sized sensor stomping full-frame competitors.

Anyone know why we don't have this type of sensor in full-frame and APS-C still cameras? Is it more expensive to produce, for some reason?

DXO does not test using in software imagine processing. It is just the raw signal off the sensor.

Link | Posted on Jan 14, 2017 at 21:37 UTC
On article CES 2017: Hands-on with the Kodak Super 8 (426 comments in total)
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webrunner5: I see nothing wrong with young people, even old, trying out something that was wonderful at the time.

Not everything that is old is bad. What is wrong with people doing what They want, not what some people think they should want.

So I guess everyone is suppose to go out and buy a $50,000.00 Arri 35mm film camera and say $20,000.00 worth of 35mm film to start to learn how to shoot on film.

The heck with learning in Super 8mm that is cheap to use.

Link | Posted on Jan 14, 2017 at 21:22 UTC
On article CES 2017: Hands-on with the Kodak Super 8 (426 comments in total)

I see nothing wrong with young people, even old, trying out something that was wonderful at the time.

Not everything that is old is bad. What is wrong with people doing what They want, not what some people think they should want.

Link | Posted on Jan 10, 2017 at 23:57 UTC as 17th comment | 8 replies

Well we can only hope they hit the jackpot on their 100th. They have been the face of 35mm since I was a kid.

Link | Posted on Jan 10, 2017 at 20:46 UTC as 137th comment | 1 reply
On photo Fishing Pond in the Open Challenge for those that have voted 1,000 times or more. challenge (5 comments in total)

Wow where is my fishing pole!!

Link | Posted on Jan 1, 2017 at 18:40 UTC as 2nd comment
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Albert Valentino: Funny how the 'sweet spot' for the ideal size seems to change ever few years. Much like the 'sweet spot' for pixel count for any sensor format.

I guess the so-called 'sweet spot' is nothing but the latest marketing ploy. The trend is phones get bigger, computers/ipads get thinner, pixel packing is denser, prices increases, as profits increase swaying the public to upgrade from something the works fine to something else that works fine.

The "sweet spot" changes a LOT when you get older LoL. I could use a iPad Pro if fit in my pocket to see the screen well!

I don't use a iPhone 6s Plus for no reason trust me.

Link | Posted on Dec 29, 2016 at 20:15 UTC

No Apple fanboy but with out them we still might be talking on a Motorola Flip Phone.

Link | Posted on Dec 27, 2016 at 20:16 UTC as 35th comment | 33 replies

Imagine my surprise!

Link | Posted on Dec 27, 2016 at 20:09 UTC as 19th comment
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PhotoUniverse: FAIL. He doesn't use mirrorless :-)

That's what Sony fanboys would (will) say!

Maybe he will switch to the M5!

Link | Posted on Dec 24, 2016 at 16:01 UTC
On article Sigma releases price and availability for sd Quattro H (370 comments in total)

Wow, Merry Christmas for me. Pleasantly surprised price wise.

Link | Posted on Dec 15, 2016 at 04:34 UTC as 47th comment
On article 2016 Roundup: $1200-2000 ILCs part 2: Full-Frame (368 comments in total)
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smurphy522: It's funny to see some of the decisions and many comments based off lens availability for the Pentax vs. Sony. If the lens availability (and quality of them) matters at all then it is a battle between Canon and Nikon for sure. How many pros are out making money shooting with a Sony or Pentax body (or lens) these days; compared to Nikon/Canon? That's purely based on lens quality, availability and obsolescence (or lack there of).

The body of a camera matters very little compared to the lens with relation to picture quality. Once you get beyond that reality you'll stop drooling over the latest Sony or Pentax stuff that is obsolete in 2 years. Yes sadly, even a Canon or Nikon body becomes obsolete or replaced with something "shinier" in about the same time frame. However you can bet their FF lenses will be compatible in 20 yrs time.

Yeah but using a Sony A series camera you can use just about any brand lens on it. Canon lens work just about as well on a A7rII as on a real Canon DSLR.

Link | Posted on Dec 10, 2016 at 06:13 UTC
On article Canon EOS M5 real-world sample gallery (240 comments in total)
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PhotoKhan: Ok...

I click in this review link and the very first image I see - a simple shot of an apple chosen by Allison to illustrate the first page - has a color rendition, tone mapping range, micro contrast management and appropriate sharpness acuity that make the apple look like it is popping in 3D from my monitor.

If people can't see what Canon cameras bring to the table (...regardless of weaker or stronger feature sets than the competition...) in terms of sheer overall image quality, I really can't help them.

I am a big Canon fan colors wise but jpegs, OOC, are not so hot. Any camera can look good with Adobe Raw adjustments.

I have a old Canon G2 that I have had since new, and it has the best OOC jepegs I have ever seen. Why are these so subpar?

Link | Posted on Dec 6, 2016 at 19:35 UTC

Other than people on here there are probably 45 people that even know what slide film is!

Link | Posted on Dec 3, 2016 at 15:26 UTC as 6th comment
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