elefteriadis alexandros

Lives in Greece Greece
Works as a photographer
Joined on Mar 20, 2003

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What a lens!! Excellent bokeh, perfect combination between softness and hardness.
The price is very good for f0,95 lens, and i am sure the quality of construction is top notch.

Link | Posted on Dec 8, 2016 at 08:58 UTC as 10th comment | 1 reply
On article Throwback Thursday: Olympus E-10 (158 comments in total)

I have in the past the E20 with 5mp instead 4mp of E10 and use it professionally. The best in those cameras is their lens but its archaic electronics and sensor give them very slow write times and responsiveness.
Only in 80-120iso the noise is under control, the 320 iso have more noise than today's 3200iso..
The shape, lens and simplicity in menu and dials is top notch, to bad is coming to early and the electronics is not ready for something like this.
I keep believe that today Olympus need to make one camera like this shape with fixed lens of this quality with 4/3 sensor.

Link | Posted on Dec 1, 2016 at 11:34 UTC as 70th comment
On article Sony Xperia XZ camera review (91 comments in total)
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elefteriadis alexandros: Only 2,900mAh battery for such a strong hardwear. Even the cheapest china phone have today 3.500-4.000mah.

And yes, Sony C4 use the same new STAMINA mode come with the new version 6 android, and i don't see any improvement.
It's not bad phones but i wait the best out of it, special for SONY, which is suppose class leading manufacturer. If china phones can put 4.000mah battery in their phones, with only 20 grams to weight, why SONY can't??

Link | Posted on Nov 26, 2016 at 08:56 UTC
On article Sony Xperia XZ camera review (91 comments in total)
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elefteriadis alexandros: Only 2,900mAh battery for such a strong hardwear. Even the cheapest china phone have today 3.500-4.000mah.

Whatever any one meen '' intense use'' if they apply to both phones they take double time with Xiaomi over Sony.
So if Xiaomi is one day only for you then SONY is Half day and etc.

Link | Posted on Nov 26, 2016 at 07:52 UTC
On article Sony Xperia XZ camera review (91 comments in total)
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elefteriadis alexandros: Only 2,900mAh battery for such a strong hardwear. Even the cheapest china phone have today 3.500-4.000mah.

And you call that '' one day without charging, quite good''??
I have the Sony C4 for one week, and i am ready to send it buck because of the same behavior.
My daughter have one Xiaomi redmi pro with 4.000mah battery which is only 10 grams heavier and with really intensive use can keep up to 2-2,5 days... How about that..

Link | Posted on Nov 25, 2016 at 18:44 UTC
On article Sony Xperia XZ camera review (91 comments in total)

Only 2,900mAh battery for such a strong hardwear. Even the cheapest china phone have today 3.500-4.000mah.

Link | Posted on Nov 25, 2016 at 13:20 UTC as 37th comment | 7 replies
On article Vivo Xplay6 features 4-axis stabilized 12MP dual-cam (31 comments in total)
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MyReality: A word of caution: Three Chinese cellphone manufactures have recently been discovered inserting hardware into their cellphones to report information back to their home office. The companies have Chinese government connections. Source: A Security firm discovered it as reported on msn.com on 11/17/2016.
Maybe you don't care, but I do.

For what reason. They already destroyed west country's economy, but people continue to buy ''cheap'' things from them.

Link | Posted on Nov 19, 2016 at 09:46 UTC
On article Field Test: Wedding Photography with the Fujifilm X-T2 (236 comments in total)
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elefteriadis alexandros: One of the most important aspects in Wedding and professional photography is the perspective and depth of field control, and for a serious photographer anything smaller than medium format is not acceptable for that reason. Smaller formats is only for sports and speed situations.
Of Course young people they don't understand that because they didn't have the opportunity to compare small format with big one.

Yes, i so one, they like my post and that is no good.
You count from the likes of other if you are right? Bud for you. Any way, read first the link l put about percspective, i go now for sleep and we talk tomorrow. Have a good day.

Link | Posted on Nov 11, 2016 at 01:30 UTC
On article Field Test: Wedding Photography with the Fujifilm X-T2 (236 comments in total)
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elefteriadis alexandros: One of the most important aspects in Wedding and professional photography is the perspective and depth of field control, and for a serious photographer anything smaller than medium format is not acceptable for that reason. Smaller formats is only for sports and speed situations.
Of Course young people they don't understand that because they didn't have the opportunity to compare small format with big one.

Yeah.. I am sorry Sam, i didn't see the rules about comments: jast clap your hands.

Link | Posted on Nov 11, 2016 at 01:12 UTC
On article Field Test: Wedding Photography with the Fujifilm X-T2 (236 comments in total)
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elefteriadis alexandros: One of the most important aspects in Wedding and professional photography is the perspective and depth of field control, and for a serious photographer anything smaller than medium format is not acceptable for that reason. Smaller formats is only for sports and speed situations.
Of Course young people they don't understand that because they didn't have the opportunity to compare small format with big one.

Wher did you see i talk about film... I talk about diferent formats and their characteristics. You are the troll here.

Link | Posted on Nov 11, 2016 at 00:52 UTC
On article Field Test: Wedding Photography with the Fujifilm X-T2 (236 comments in total)
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elefteriadis alexandros: One of the most important aspects in Wedding and professional photography is the perspective and depth of field control, and for a serious photographer anything smaller than medium format is not acceptable for that reason. Smaller formats is only for sports and speed situations.
Of Course young people they don't understand that because they didn't have the opportunity to compare small format with big one.

If you realy interesting to understand perspective between different formats here is one good example: http://www.bokehblog.com/photography/post/Medium-Format-vs-Full-Frame-vs-Crop-Sensor.html

Link | Posted on Nov 10, 2016 at 23:26 UTC
On article Field Test: Wedding Photography with the Fujifilm X-T2 (236 comments in total)
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elefteriadis alexandros: One of the most important aspects in Wedding and professional photography is the perspective and depth of field control, and for a serious photographer anything smaller than medium format is not acceptable for that reason. Smaller formats is only for sports and speed situations.
Of Course young people they don't understand that because they didn't have the opportunity to compare small format with big one.

If my Opinion or definitive claims, as you say, is wrong i am here to discuss and that's the right approach. Other way if you don't care don't bother.
What i tell for young people is not bad for them, i tell clearly that today they don't exist any more many samples of medium and large format to compare and this is not their fault. Also my ''definitive claims'' is clear and is not fault, the difference in format give different perspective and not only DOF, if you don't know this then important photographic knowledge missing and so i understand your positions because of ignorance.

Link | Posted on Nov 10, 2016 at 22:57 UTC
On article Field Test: Wedding Photography with the Fujifilm X-T2 (236 comments in total)
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elefteriadis alexandros: One of the most important aspects in Wedding and professional photography is the perspective and depth of field control, and for a serious photographer anything smaller than medium format is not acceptable for that reason. Smaller formats is only for sports and speed situations.
Of Course young people they don't understand that because they didn't have the opportunity to compare small format with big one.

What happen here is very interesting. We live in ''open'' society and we welcome everyone, except if they have their own opinion, even if they write courteously without insult to everyone. We live in very strange times.

Link | Posted on Nov 10, 2016 at 13:04 UTC
On article Field Test: Wedding Photography with the Fujifilm X-T2 (236 comments in total)
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elefteriadis alexandros: One of the most important aspects in Wedding and professional photography is the perspective and depth of field control, and for a serious photographer anything smaller than medium format is not acceptable for that reason. Smaller formats is only for sports and speed situations.
Of Course young people they don't understand that because they didn't have the opportunity to compare small format with big one.

Yes Carey, that's true. But back then also the 35mm have almost the same limitations with iso speed, 36 exposures, flash equipment and so on.
So with today's technology we can make a medium format affordable without this limitation and not use an amateur format for serious photography.
We need to press the company's in the right directions and not we buy what THEY want.

Link | Posted on Nov 10, 2016 at 08:58 UTC
On article Field Test: Wedding Photography with the Fujifilm X-T2 (236 comments in total)
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elefteriadis alexandros: One of the most important aspects in Wedding and professional photography is the perspective and depth of field control, and for a serious photographer anything smaller than medium format is not acceptable for that reason. Smaller formats is only for sports and speed situations.
Of Course young people they don't understand that because they didn't have the opportunity to compare small format with big one.

That's a right point now Aroart! What i write is something over reaction because without a starting point we go all over down to the bottom, and even to photograph with a cell phones!
We have to put a point of which we didn't give any more room, and FF is the absolute acceptable point.

Link | Posted on Nov 9, 2016 at 15:21 UTC
On article Field Test: Wedding Photography with the Fujifilm X-T2 (236 comments in total)
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alcaher: Poor guy , he got married !!

That's the important reaction i like!! Hahaha...

Link | Posted on Nov 9, 2016 at 15:13 UTC
On article Field Test: Wedding Photography with the Fujifilm X-T2 (236 comments in total)
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elefteriadis alexandros: One of the most important aspects in Wedding and professional photography is the perspective and depth of field control, and for a serious photographer anything smaller than medium format is not acceptable for that reason. Smaller formats is only for sports and speed situations.
Of Course young people they don't understand that because they didn't have the opportunity to compare small format with big one.

In department of DOF yes, of course you need 2-3 stop faster lens. But in perspective no, and this is the point here with big format.
A 50mm as wide angle in 6X7 give different perspective than a 28mm wide angle in small format. That's the reason of flat pictures in small amateur format.

Link | Posted on Nov 9, 2016 at 15:04 UTC
On article Field Test: Wedding Photography with the Fujifilm X-T2 (236 comments in total)
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elefteriadis alexandros: One of the most important aspects in Wedding and professional photography is the perspective and depth of field control, and for a serious photographer anything smaller than medium format is not acceptable for that reason. Smaller formats is only for sports and speed situations.
Of Course young people they don't understand that because they didn't have the opportunity to compare small format with big one.

I understand the reactions and i wait for that, no problem at all.
It's about two or more decades that corporations eliminate medium and big format because they care more for consumer products, and more for quantity than quality.
Even Fuji's first attempt with super ccd, which is something really special, it's over when they realise that the game is more in advertising than quality. So they switch to Sony sensors.
People they don't have any more samples around them from big format to understand how flat looking the small format compare to them.

Link | Posted on Nov 9, 2016 at 14:32 UTC
On article Field Test: Wedding Photography with the Fujifilm X-T2 (236 comments in total)

One of the most important aspects in Wedding and professional photography is the perspective and depth of field control, and for a serious photographer anything smaller than medium format is not acceptable for that reason. Smaller formats is only for sports and speed situations.
Of Course young people they don't understand that because they didn't have the opportunity to compare small format with big one.

Link | Posted on Nov 9, 2016 at 13:27 UTC as 48th comment | 35 replies
On article Xiaomi Redmi Pro quick review: dual-cam on a budget (41 comments in total)

I buy Redmi 3pro after i try my daughter's Redmi 3s, Xiaomi is the best value brand in cell phone market. A 4100mh battery with hexacore Snapdragon 650 and 3gb ram for 150 euro!!
The camera is way better than anything in that price tag. Just you have to use the ''open camera'' app, because the app coming with the phone is slow with to many filters.

Link | Posted on Nov 8, 2016 at 11:52 UTC as 24th comment | 2 replies
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