Everhardt Strauss

Joined on Feb 11, 2012

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dprived prev: i know many people here or elsewhere will not like what i'm going to say but i'm saying it anyway:

please Ricoh!

please listen to my demand here as a serious semi-pro photographer who doesn't care much about large size prints but does care so much about less noise!

take the example from Nikon D4 please:

no more than 16 or 18 (or 24 at the most) mega pixels on this camera's sensor! (unless you do really have a great sensor that can handle more pixels comfortably!?)

don't sacrifice professional noiseless image *quality* for prosumer hyper *quantity* craze please!

PLEASE!

well, re 18mp being easier to work with than 36mp, i guess the actual process is a pain, but you can crunch noise out when down sizing.

Link | Posted on Dec 3, 2015 at 02:59 UTC
On article Phase One announces IQ250 50MP CMOS medium format back (184 comments in total)
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Anastigmat: I wonder if Canon and/or Nikon will shake up the market by making its own medium format CMOS sensors, cameras and lenses.

I think Canon was making waves in the MF landscape - dont know what happened with that.

Link | Posted on Feb 5, 2014 at 02:28 UTC
On article Ricoh reshuffle sees Pentax take control of cameras (146 comments in total)
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tessl8d: I bought a K5 today despite my reservations about the company's direction with the K01,it's a very polarising camera. A long and extensive journey of research will be realised on delivery in a few days. Thanks to all who politely provided their considered responses earlier in the thread.

I purchased a K-5 in Nov last year and love it to bits, the main winners are - everything- it is awesome, if you get wr lenses it's great for taking out into the rain and shooting fantastic shots. I had no idea I could love a machine so much, that and it is built like a tank when compared to other brands in its price range...the sensor knocks my socks off every time I take some photos in less than awesome light. I hope that you are not disappointed and doubt that you will be.

Link | Posted on Feb 11, 2012 at 11:17 UTC
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