speakxj7

Joined on Feb 22, 2018

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  • i'm not an iphone person, but i think no. they generally restrict the use of nfc on iphone to just applePay, right? (did they pivot from that with the newer phones?) that said, all it really does ...
  • it could be a new sign to take pictures of!
  • for casual shooters, the reach factor alone is 'poaching'; for purposeful use rx10mkI/II still has a lot to offer vs the rx100mkVI. i think many in this price tier are buying with some more ...
  • hey it's me, your son~ :-P
  • did the link get edited/ninja'd? or was i just half asleep? :-p anyway, u3 if you want to shoot 4k. for stills it's just about buffer clearing speed, so you can probably get by with anything ...
  • both cards use a uhs I bus, but if you need guaranteed support for writing >=80mbit video, you'd want u3 class. both would probably work fine, but you're running a risk of stutters on u1 - depends ...
  • yep. af-c will definitely profit from the stacked sensor. i 'invested' in a good usb>dummy since amperage is ultimately the limiting factor during use for the usb-power port. can be >15w during ...
  • the big jump in sony 1" sensor quality was from the fsi to bsi transition, i think.  bsi to bsi-stacked, was really for read-off speed improvements, and didn't change the nature of the sensor. the ...
  • IMO, if you don't desire 4k or hfr video, or do log-color profile grading, it's still competitive. the 1080p output is nice. make sure to do the firmware update (a pain), to get the newer video ...
  • Understood it's still one inch, but it has a better build, and while minus PD from the latest, keeps just about everything else good from the other rx in terms of video. Also includes a hotshoe, i ...
  • consider a rx10mkII, otherwise i'd say if you need any one particular thing to be better, you're talking about ILC's.
  • reply, yeah MKI/II were mechanical to 3200, MKIII/IV mechanical to 2000.
    both shutters slow down a bit at wide-open.

  • isn't the leaf shutter in the rx10 mkII mechanical to 1/3200 ? not sure about the mkIII mkIV, thought they were also the same though.

  • earlier mk's have internal ND filter, too.
  • glad to hear it worked out! in my case i split the difference and came across a deal for a defective mkI lens assembly for a song, which i will probably poke at the disassembling and cleaning of ...
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    had a chance to do some quick bench testing and i really can't perceive any immediate IQ concern in my particular case.  I could do some more heavy-duty testing (see if i can bring it out in post, ...
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    yeah mine is no where near that bad. in my case, the center is completely clear and the haze etc. is off to just one side. maybe not even making it much into the area where two elements mate - so ...
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    for reference, here are some other threads here i've found on it https://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/59304342 https://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/58577486 and elsewhere https://www.community.sony ...
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    howdy, this seems to be a somewhat common issue in the rx10 mkI and mkII (which use the same lens assembly. the problem appears to be that the front element group is a pair of elements 'sealed' ...
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