Miguel-C

Miguel-C

Joined on Jan 26, 2018

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The Xt4 also needs a battery grip to add a headphone jack.

Link | Posted on May 31, 2020 at 17:15 UTC as 53rd comment | 1 reply
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Camera Conspiracies: For video, IBIS alone doesn't work well below 24mm, so it's too bad this lens wasn't stabilized. Might have been interesting with a lighter body in the future. Same with their 16-35mm f4 lens, doesn't look right for video without stabilization. Wide angle lenses need optical stabilization, Canon understands this.

@s1oth1ovechunk, im not sure how extensive his experience is. his channel is more of a satirical one, rather than one i would look for real information on cameras. So much so that from the many review of the many people with "extensive" experience testing cameras, his was the first time i saw someone saying the S1 IBIS doesnt work well for wide angle in video.

I'm pretty sure i have more camera experience than this Camera conspiracies guy since he is neither a photographer nor a videographer, and apparently neither are you for that matter. Having a youtube channel doesn't make you more experienced. Working on the field does.

Link | Posted on May 28, 2020 at 09:36 UTC
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Camera Conspiracies: For video, IBIS alone doesn't work well below 24mm, so it's too bad this lens wasn't stabilized. Might have been interesting with a lighter body in the future. Same with their 16-35mm f4 lens, doesn't look right for video without stabilization. Wide angle lenses need optical stabilization, Canon understands this.

@s1oth1ovechunk I understood what he said, did you understand what i said? You dont really need Stabilization of any kind for wide angle shots, since theres diminishing returns. You can have the best stabilized wide angle lens and you still won't find much of a difference between stabilized VS non stabilized... your camera simply won't look as shaky on a wide angle.

Link | Posted on May 27, 2020 at 20:14 UTC
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Camera Conspiracies: For video, IBIS alone doesn't work well below 24mm, so it's too bad this lens wasn't stabilized. Might have been interesting with a lighter body in the future. Same with their 16-35mm f4 lens, doesn't look right for video without stabilization. Wide angle lenses need optical stabilization, Canon understands this.

For wide focal lengths you don't need much of Stabilization since footage is naturally less shaky, Canon made stabilized RF lenses to compensate the 2 existing R bodies without Stabilization.

Additionally IBIS isn't really made for walking and talking jerkiness, but for Axis compensation and panning, as you would normally experience while shooting video. If you need to walk and talk a gimbal will help you or perhaps an action camera.

Link | Posted on May 27, 2020 at 13:46 UTC

to my untrained eye most of these look awful. I guess im just not into this genre of photography.

Link | Posted on Apr 5, 2020 at 17:04 UTC as 14th comment

We need you to continue your work, for our own state of mind. It gets to a point where we cant go anywhere without hearing about the Virus... its unhealthy. Keep up the good work, now more than ever we need to know about cameras, gear and photography :)

Link | Posted on Mar 19, 2020 at 16:54 UTC as 49th comment

Between these two it will be all about dynamic range, high iso performance and video quality.

Link | Posted on Nov 10, 2019 at 23:44 UTC as 73rd comment
On article Nikon Z50 review (2010 comments in total)
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cxsparc: Hm.
Body only 950 USD.
20 Mpx.
2 (kit) lenses available with max aperture f6.3.
In another article the new sensor from Canon is applauded because it is 36 Mpx and close to catching up with the more or less "standard" of 24 Mpx Sony-tech APSC sensors.
So this NEW camera from Nikon comes with a low-res sensor at a hefty price tag and 2 dark kit lenses? Why not buy a A6000 with also collapsible kit lens instead? Costs less than half, weighs close to nothing...
Just wondering ...

I dont think there is much of a difference, Nikon Z lenses are affordable for FF camera standards. Sony APSC lenses cost just as much.

Link | Posted on Oct 18, 2019 at 13:03 UTC
On article Nikon Z50 review (2010 comments in total)

Im not sure this camera is targeting amateurs, pro grade glass and weather sealing is not something smartphone users really care.

Curious observation from DPreview.

Link | Posted on Oct 17, 2019 at 21:35 UTC as 229th comment | 2 replies
On article Nikon Z50 review (2010 comments in total)
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cxsparc: Hm.
Body only 950 USD.
20 Mpx.
2 (kit) lenses available with max aperture f6.3.
In another article the new sensor from Canon is applauded because it is 36 Mpx and close to catching up with the more or less "standard" of 24 Mpx Sony-tech APSC sensors.
So this NEW camera from Nikon comes with a low-res sensor at a hefty price tag and 2 dark kit lenses? Why not buy a A6000 with also collapsible kit lens instead? Costs less than half, weighs close to nothing...
Just wondering ...

The Z50 already has a great lineup of pro lenses waiting for it, its weather sealed, has better low light performance than the canon and better video features. On top of it, its weather sealed.

Link | Posted on Oct 17, 2019 at 21:34 UTC
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