nnowak

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  • ....... The m4/3 cameras are far closer to Canon than you may realize.  Just based on sensor area, there is actually only 2/3 of a stop difference between Canon's APS-C and m4/3, but people always ...
  • Yes. They use powdered metal (stainless, titanium, etc.) and fuse it with a high power laser. Google Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) if you want to learn more.

  • Your results are the exact opposite of mine. The M and M2 do massive amounts of line skipping and pixel binning when reading out the video. This process throws out roughly 2/3 of the sensor data ...
  • Replied in EF-M 18-150mm
    Yep, and they usually aren't very good optically either. Look at the EF-S 15-85mm vs the EF-S 18-135mm STM as the perfect example.  The 15-85mm covers a 5.66X range.  The 18-135mm covers a 7.5X range.
  • Seriously?  Bluetooth only works for really slow background transfers.  For direct manual transfers to a phone or for live remote shooting the Nikon cameras still use WiFi. This discussion started ...
  • Keep in mind, you are comparing cameras that are two years apart in development. I would be willing to bet the DSLR listed in the Russian Novacert is the SL2. It is too soon for the T6, T6i or T6s ...
  • My phone doesn't have a full sized SD card reader built in.
  • I am not sure who you are arguing with, but this entire discussion started with SteveSHH's comments where he mentioned the possibility of a camera only having NFC or only having Bluetoth. I replied ...
  • My comments were in regards to camera manufacturers and cameras, not the individual users.
  • Seriously?  I will try to make this simpler for you.... No one is using Bluetooth or NFC as the only means available for wireless connection to a smartphone. Everyone is using WiFi for the heavy ...
  • Replied in False again.
    Fine, it works for full size images too, but it also takes 3 minutes to transfer a full size image.  It still doesn't work for video transfer of remote shooting I am not sure why you are trying to ...
  • Replied in Not False.
    Read the entire page.  Bluetooth is only used for image transfer when you enable automatic background transfers of 2MP images.  For transfer of full sized images and for remote control, the system ...
  • If you don't want to buy the EF lens adapter, then get the 22mm f2.0.  If you do buy the lens adapter, then get the 11-22mm instead to complement your 50mm STM. The 50mm STM works very well on the ...
  • We would hope Canon has enough sense to do that. The list shows one DSLR and one mirrorless with both WiFi and Bluetooth.  The rest of the list has no connection method mentioned.  Hopefully these ...
  • Either way, you still need WiFi.  With both NFC and Nikon's Bluetooth implementation, those connections are only used for the initial handshake for a much higher speed WiFi connection. NFC and ...
  • Never said they weren't. While not L grade, the 10-22mm, 15-85mm and 60mm macro were well above kit lens grade. You need to view the early Rebel line in terms of its contemporaries.  The cameras ...
  • Your 50mm f1.8 STM will be a good portrait lens.  If you can only have one other lens, I would definitely pick the 11-22mm. If you didn't have the 50mm STM, I would suggest the 22mm instead.
  • An EVF definitely isn't necessary, but the inclusion of WiFi is becoming nearly ubiquitous.  Especially for a smartphone user upgrading to a dedicated camera, I would consider WiFi more essential ...
  • You are very welcome.  I am glad your camera is now working well fro you. Roughly half Polish and half German.
  • Almost positive it is not possible.  Years ago a couple different people had done this to some of the older Nikon DSLRs like the D100 for personal use.  From what I remember, their chemical ...
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