TORN

Lives in Germany Bonn, Germany
Joined on May 12, 2004

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  • It is like with hifi. The cd or record remains the same but what happes with the sound is something that the hifi device will do for you.
  • Please don't get me wrong but you have a complete set of entry level gear and now you target one of the Porsche options among the APS-C cameras. In my opinion this is a pretty hasty move. If you ...
  • In regards to low light/low contrast the T3 is beyond the T2 like the T2 is beyond the T1. You have to choose the degree of beyond you need. If the most reliable focus is what you are looking for ...
  • Would love if that was true. But usually you still get what you pay for. Examples would be Zeiss 18/21/25/28/35/50 on a Sony. And some 10 aperture blade Voigtländer lenses. Yes, most of them are ...
  • A very sensible post, which is refreshing these days. Just a small comment on the 35 1.4 and 56 1.2. Funny enough after using Fuji for some years those two lenses fall under my most loved lenses in ...
  • I would like a zebra feature for shooting (not video). The Olympus E-M5 had it and it works so fast to get the right exposure. Does the display now rotate to upwards position like the EVF does if ...
  • Please understand us Europeans. The A7rIII is about 900 Euro more than the Canon R and only because the price has been decreased by 200 Euro. That is a difference of more than $1000. The A7III is ...
  • Most fast Fuji primes are $800+ a pop as well.

  • True, no cheap primes. But there are very good affordable primes like 23/27/35/50 and you can get 18/35/60 used at attractive prices as well. Add the Samyang 12mm and wide is covered as well. The...

  • It is not the lenses (nearly all are good optically and some are even superb; some lack features like fast AF or WR).

    This is how Adobe handles Fuji files. Other converters can pull out more...

  • Funny enough in a way they are like Canon especially with the T3/H1 situation. They now have two compromised cameras, so that the user has to decide which feature to miss (IBIS/portability or up to...

  • The Sony 35mm 2.8 is the only offering from Sony that is so small. Fuji has a well rounded setup of small lenses and the T is just a good deal lighter than the A7 and (to me) it is much better to...

  • I have an issue with the Sony grips. Even more so with their APS-C offerings, but although with the A7 line. On the A7 line my knuckles rub against the wider lenses because there is so limited...

  • No, it is not.

  • Moving production from Japan to China and only saving 7% tells me that they increased their margin by quite a bit. Nothing to rave about.

  • It still does not have Ibis which is a pity with all the nice Fuji primes. X-h1 is a last generation camera, especially in respect to AF and it is bulky.

  • Like with 55 1.8 or 85 1.8? On the wide end you get all the Voigtländers and Zeiss lenses for Sony with optical qualities I am severely missing with my Fuji. Manual lenses, but that does not matter...

  • And I will wait for it. Cheaper camera with more refined features if you wait for it.

  • Yeah, we had it the other way around. T3 had quite some trouble with counter light situations. AF of the Nikon is much easier to handle and worked better in lower light. Fuji needs more...

  • I am working with Canon equipment for many years now (lately more Fuji but that will come to an end too) and I cannot totally disagree with you. I do not think this point of view is cynical at all....

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