nnowak

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  • Your crop factors and equivalence are a bit off.  Crop factors are a linear measurement (typically image diagonal) where megapixels are an area measurement.  The crop factor for RAW Crop Mode is ...
  • I have read through all of your posts in this thread, and I have not seen a single instance where you suggested they were comparable. Here is what you did say across multiple posts: (1) "The first ...
  • If "bokeh quality" is a primary consideration, then the Sigma 30mm f/1.4 should be the choice over either of these Canon options.
  • I am not sure what your point is here other than to demonstrate how you might post-process an image.  If we compare your images to the stock DPReview JPEGs and RAW conversions, your images have a ...
  • No, not even close.  The aperture on that lens is far too dark for indoor sports. Still no. Your best, and probably only real option, is the Sigma 50-100mm f/1.8.  If the Sigma lens is out of your ...
  • If your 22mm is not very impressive, then you should definitely swap it out for a better copy.  Although rare compared to the 15-45mm, there are some lackluster copies of the 22mm out there.
  • Wow!  Two lenses that are not remotely equivalent have radically different dimensions.  What a groundbreaking discovery!  I suppose your next comparison will be between the RF 70-200mm f/2.8 and ...
  • It is far better than the M6 II which can not even mount those RF lenses.  Again, the OP does a large percentage of their shooting in low light where those high shutter speeds are irrelevant and ...
  • The OP only referenced the RF 50mm in terms of portability, which you ignored and instead focused on the size of the bodies.  There are several other compact RF lenses, but they are not comparable ...
  • f/2.2 to f/2.8 is only 2/3 of a stop.  Most people would never spot the difference in depth of field. That is a pretty worthless comparison given the massive difference in bodies used for the ...
  • You missed the part about "with 50mm 1.8" Once you add the lenses, there is not much difference in size and only 2 grams difference in total weight RP+RF 50mm f/1.8  vs.  M6 II+EF-M 32mm f/1.4 http ...
  • I don't know why you are trying to take portraits of your dog in a bar, but the Sigma 18-35mm f/1.8 might be a better option for indoor use.
  • It is better than looking obviosly fake.
  • That looks a lot better.
  • More options are always great, but the Fuji mount already has two 16mm primes, six 32-35mm primes, and seven 50-56mm primes.
  • Why not ditch the speedbooster and shoot the 35mm f/2 with a regular adapter and stop down as needed?
  • The difference is actually quite obvious if you look at the top of your dogs head towards the rear. There should be stray hairs and a soft edge, but the software mask created a very harsh, abrupt ...
  • It depends a bit on your frame of reference.  As a complement to a full frame system, it makes little sense.  As a standalone system that occupies the middle ground between EF-M and RF, it can ...
  • It sounds like you have put a lot of thought into this change and it seems like you are making a very rational decision. Personally, I have not been a fan of running multiple systems with different ...
  • "portrait" orientation predates smartphones by well over 100 years.  It all just depends on what you want to accentuate in the scene. I was just photographing a mountain bike race this last ...
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