fishy wishy

fishy wishy

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Joined on Aug 4, 2013
About me:

have a foot in Nikon, Canon, a-mount, Pentax, and m4/3 mounts. One of these days I'm going to pull my foot out so I can take more photos. If you think I am ego-involved in swanking about with any one system then you have another think coming.
Know a bit from photography retail ;)

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  • I like the look and feel of one of these things with the grip stippling as new. Most new lenses with their grip grooves, low density and being made mainly in plastic just don't have the same ...
  • A lot of manufacturers fib about apertures anyway. The Canon 24-105 f4 has measured a T stop of f4.5 which is a third of a stop away, quite a lot really if you're looking for something faster than ...
  • I went through my photos the other day trying to document different cameras through the same places, rather than the more usual different places with the same camera. After getting used to color ...
  • I would try the VC in that circumstance. As you move the lens around, if you take photos before the lens has come to a stop, the VC can do something. It can also stabilise the viewfinder. But I ...
  • Hmm... I've photographed trapeze artists and so on at a relatively small circus, I didn't bother with a monopod but used stabilisation. Circus performances are only like 1.5 hours, you can ...
  • I'm curious, does the unreliability go for even using only the central focus point? Are the outer points worse?
  • I'd be more interested in an IQ advantage of a Canon MkIII. I've not had compatibility problems with the Kenkos on Canon or Nikon with third party lenses anyway. I've got them to work on lenses ...
  • I never knew the Sigma was that expensive. If you're going to consider manual focus, the Samyang 85mm is very good and the 135mm is excellent. The fact that you are considering an AF and MF prme ...
  • Replied in LOOK
    You come across as one of the Metropolitan liberal set who think declaring somebody a 'bigot' is as emphatic as declaring somebody a 'heretic' in former times, outlawing them. That mindset might do ...
  • I got a really bone-headed PM once, someone trying to carry abuse of me over to PMs. I said thankyou, please don't do it again or I'll have to forward it to a moderator, and guess what, they did. ...
  • Same old attitude from the very beginning. If you're going to talk so fussily about standards then you might as well work in raw, where a slightly different color cast from a lens should not be ...
  • Replied in Or Vise Versa
    Can't believe you read the article, because though from a British paper it writes about an incident in the U.S.A The photographer was incredibly professionally wrong for posting screenshots of the ...
  • Replied in LOOK
    It's not decent to everybody. But liberals don't recognise cultural relativism when it doesn't suit them. It's probably down to them as a private business to decide when to do business. Technically ...
  • Still stalking me and telling me I'm a liar? Obviously putting teleconverters on zooms is controversial to you: the rest of the world doesn't think much of it, you do.
  • I've seen several comparisons and the Canon II is definitely the thing to buy if you want wide-open sharpness. Once you stray from that or consider stabilisation, then it isn't. Stabilisation on a ...
  • Vignetting samples from Lenstip. Maybe the biggest difference here. 18-35 seems to have 0.5-1 stop vignetting at f2: 18-35mm Art vignetting 20mm Art vignetting on crop, f2 24mm Art vignetting on ...
  • Re flare: the FF primes perform better for flare when you consider them on FF, but here I'm taking examples of them used on a crop sensor in keeping with the aim of the thread. 18-35mm Art flare @24mm
  • Thankyou. The 18-35 does technically have 'onion' bokeh, but it doesn't attract  much criticism; reviewers seem to relax their standards for zooms. 18-35 bokeh 20mm Art @ f1.4 24mm Art @f1.4 35mm ...
  • While bored today, thinking again about a 24mm Art as something that could even do service as nearly-wide on crop sensors, I decided to look at benchmarks for the Sigma Art primes v the 18-35. ...
  • The only impression of 3D which I got from a 2D surface recently was from a curved HD television. I was impressed, so I went to look at the flat HD tvs to see if I got the same impression. I didn't.
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