ManuelVilardeMacedo

ManuelVilardeMacedo

Lives in Portugal Portugal
Joined on Mar 1, 2012

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On article Nikon D5300 Review (309 comments in total)

One rotary dial for exposure. It's OK to argue this is an entry-level camera (well, sorta), but so is the Pentax K-500 and it offers two dials. Is it that expensive to implement one simple rotary dial? Fiddling with buttons is a no-no when using M mode.

Link | Posted on Feb 12, 2014 at 21:54 UTC as 104th comment | 3 replies
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ManuelVilardeMacedo: "The Foveon direct image sensor is similar to traditional color film in that its multiple layers capture all of the information that visible light transmits".
Curious to see Sigma admit the industry moved in the wrong direction when digital was implemented.
I always thought Foveon sensors were one of the most brilliant innovations in digital photography, but now it's undergone a rethink. Maybe it wasn't that good after all...? I'm curious to see sample images from this camera. I hope its image quality makes up for its lack of versatility, slowness and ugly, clumsy design.

Yazuki: surely you mean YOU abandoned film. I didn't, many of us didn't and, apparently, Sigma is proving us right.
Now here's a friendly advice: take a vacation from trolling. You'll end up in a madhouse if you keep replying to every comment that's posted here at DPR.

Link | Posted on Feb 10, 2014 at 10:43 UTC

"The Foveon direct image sensor is similar to traditional color film in that its multiple layers capture all of the information that visible light transmits".
Curious to see Sigma admit the industry moved in the wrong direction when digital was implemented.
I always thought Foveon sensors were one of the most brilliant innovations in digital photography, but now it's undergone a rethink. Maybe it wasn't that good after all...? I'm curious to see sample images from this camera. I hope its image quality makes up for its lack of versatility, slowness and ugly, clumsy design.

Link | Posted on Feb 10, 2014 at 10:05 UTC as 234th comment | 3 replies
On article Panasonic announces 4K-capable Lumix DMC-GH4 (118 comments in total)
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rcjim: Wow...this camera is The Olympus Slayer!!!!

I don't think so. Olympus users aren't likely to shift towards this camera. They're more interested in pictures than video.

Link | Posted on Feb 8, 2014 at 14:47 UTC
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Ben O Connor: It says 25mm´s Finnish brouchure that "lens hood included" wish to see it, and wondering does it fitting anyting else, which has 46mm diameter (such as 17mm, 12mm)

Ben, even if you could mount a 25mm lens hood on a shorter lens, you'd have a severe light loss in the corners of the image. Hoods are specifically conceived for a given focal length. On the other hand, you can mount a 25mm hood on a longer - say, 45mm - lens, but it won't be very effective. It has to do with the angle of view, which gets narrower as focal length increases.

Link | Posted on Feb 2, 2014 at 12:37 UTC

Now everybody listen to my impersonation of a famous DPR commenter:
'It is really a 75mm-f/4.2 lens. Manufacturers are such cheaters.'
Thank you ladies anf gentlemen.

Link | Posted on Jan 30, 2014 at 21:35 UTC as 23rd comment | 5 replies
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Gordon W: No RAW, no deal!

Right. Don'buy it, then.

Link | Posted on Jan 29, 2014 at 16:37 UTC
On article Battle of the titans: Top ball heads tested (286 comments in total)
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ManuelVilardeMacedo: "Aside from it's questionable build quality"
"Its", not "it's".
Illiteracy is taking over. Maybe most don't care, or maybe I'm just being picky, but where will it end?
Grammar aside, the Benro and Induro ball heads seem to be little more than OEM, made in China products that can be purchased under other brands for less with only slight differences between them. One of those brands is Triopo, which appears to be a polish-chinese venture. Worth checking out for its good price-quality ratio.

My apologies to Mr. Westlake and the article's author. It was really not my intention to offend or insult anyone. I'm just worried about the careless way people write nowadays, that's all. I concede it might have been just a typo.
Otherwise it is a nice, thorough and informative article which I read with great interest - especially as I've found a bargain carbon fibre tripod and (separate) ball head from Triopo and am planning to upgrade the latter some time this year.
(@sandy b: that "definately" was on purpose...)

Link | Posted on Jan 13, 2014 at 16:54 UTC
On article Battle of the titans: Top ball heads tested (286 comments in total)
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ManuelVilardeMacedo: "Aside from it's questionable build quality"
"Its", not "it's".
Illiteracy is taking over. Maybe most don't care, or maybe I'm just being picky, but where will it end?
Grammar aside, the Benro and Induro ball heads seem to be little more than OEM, made in China products that can be purchased under other brands for less with only slight differences between them. One of those brands is Triopo, which appears to be a polish-chinese venture. Worth checking out for its good price-quality ratio.

jtan163, your definatey right. You're reply is suburb.

Link | Posted on Jan 13, 2014 at 15:19 UTC
On article Battle of the titans: Top ball heads tested (286 comments in total)

"Aside from it's questionable build quality"
"Its", not "it's".
Illiteracy is taking over. Maybe most don't care, or maybe I'm just being picky, but where will it end?
Grammar aside, the Benro and Induro ball heads seem to be little more than OEM, made in China products that can be purchased under other brands for less with only slight differences between them. One of those brands is Triopo, which appears to be a polish-chinese venture. Worth checking out for its good price-quality ratio.

Link | Posted on Jan 13, 2014 at 10:19 UTC as 118th comment | 7 replies
On article Canon shows off new PowerShot N100 'Story Camera' (162 comments in total)
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ManuelVilardeMacedo: Inane. If this is all Canon can come up with to counter smartphones' rising sales, I fear for the future of their camera division...

Stop embarrassing yourself.

Link | Posted on Jan 6, 2014 at 22:07 UTC
On article Canon shows off new PowerShot N100 'Story Camera' (162 comments in total)
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ManuelVilardeMacedo: Inane. If this is all Canon can come up with to counter smartphones' rising sales, I fear for the future of their camera division...

I'm not going to step down to your level by responding to insults. It's not your fault that you didn't get proper education. I pity people like you. Try to get a grip on yourself.

Link | Posted on Jan 6, 2014 at 20:57 UTC
On article Canon shows off new PowerShot N100 'Story Camera' (162 comments in total)
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ManuelVilardeMacedo: Inane. If this is all Canon can come up with to counter smartphones' rising sales, I fear for the future of their camera division...

Did you think before replying? 'Countering' is not the same as competing. And your obvious Canon fanboyism is no excuse for being rude, sir!

Link | Posted on Jan 6, 2014 at 19:58 UTC
On article Canon shows off new PowerShot N100 'Story Camera' (162 comments in total)
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plasnu: LOL. This is a typical ultra strange product from a big company based on the marketing research results. A few months ago, I remember Canon was using rainbow color to promote their first N concept camera without even knowing the rainbow is the iconic color for the minority against the big power like CANON. So cynical. I love to see N concept Powerpoint presentation materials, which should be full of jokes and myths!

What makes you think they do any marketing research?

Link | Posted on Jan 6, 2014 at 18:13 UTC
On article Canon shows off new PowerShot N100 'Story Camera' (162 comments in total)
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(unknown member): Sadly some of you sound like the usual smug experts who comment mockingly on anything that isn't aimed at the 'photographic elite'.

Faced with the threat of camera phones what would you prefer the camera manufacturers do? Try something new, or roll over and die?

Remember if manufacturers can't replace the volumes of camera sales already being lost to phones, then as a consequence the reduction in turnover means the equipment aimed at you is going to have less spent on future development, will certainly become more expensive, and may even cease to exist at all.

Although I resent your tone when you mention the smug 'experts', you're mostly right. Yet this is most certainly not the camera that will invert cameras' sales tendency for Canon.

Link | Posted on Jan 6, 2014 at 18:12 UTC
On article Canon shows off new PowerShot N100 'Story Camera' (162 comments in total)

Inane. If this is all Canon can come up with to counter smartphones' rising sales, I fear for the future of their camera division...

Link | Posted on Jan 6, 2014 at 18:08 UTC as 19th comment | 12 replies
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Superka: ____________________!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!________________________________
FILM (and its grain) IS MORE ABOUT SCANNER (and its light source), NOT THE FILM!!!!!!! LOOK AT:
6300dpi scan, Velvia 100f, Fuji TX-1, Hasselblad X5 scanner.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/superka_01/10017160776/sizes/o/in/photostream/

Dean, thanks for the input. I'm light years behind you in what concerns photographic knowlege, but my experience tells me any ASA 100 film will do great night photographs with the camera mounted on a tripod and set at, say, f/8 and 2,5". (Incidentally, that's also what I do with my digital camera: I keep ISO as low as possible to avoid noise.)

Link | Posted on Jan 4, 2014 at 21:45 UTC
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dave_bass5: Can't see the point of this really.
Why not compare what modern tech can do?
Show people how well (or not) a modern DSLR stacks up against a modern smartphone.
No one buys those old DSLRS anyway, so what relevance does it have.?
Slow news day by the looks of it.

I'm lost for words...

Link | Posted on Jan 4, 2014 at 21:30 UTC
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