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On article Elevating X-Trans? Fujifilm X-T2 First Impressions Review (1230 comments in total)
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villagranvicent: The price gap between formats are getting closer. Full frame cameras are getting cheaper, and m43 and APS more expensive, however the sensor sizes remain the same.

Not at all. Samsung lenses not worse than Fuji, and there is a good collection. it's only missing long telephoto. Fuji AF is no match to Samsung at all, not to mention 4k video, and H.265 compression. Samsung UI is ages ahead of Fuji.

Link | Posted on Jul 10, 2016 at 03:55 UTC
On article Samsung NX500 shown as discontinued (273 comments in total)

DPR, did Samsung ever respond to you? They no longer list any cameras on their website, including support section.

Link | Posted on Jul 7, 2016 at 15:18 UTC as 3rd comment
On article Elevating X-Trans? Fujifilm X-T2 First Impressions Review (1230 comments in total)
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villagranvicent: The price gap between formats are getting closer. Full frame cameras are getting cheaper, and m43 and APS more expensive, however the sensor sizes remain the same.

No, top end APS-C is Samsung NX1, and it has a touch screen.

Link | Posted on Jul 7, 2016 at 06:17 UTC
On article Elevating X-Trans? Fujifilm X-T2 First Impressions Review (1230 comments in total)

No touchscreen? Again? No buy!

Link | Posted on Jul 7, 2016 at 06:06 UTC as 202nd comment | 1 reply
On article Elevating X-Trans? Fujifilm X-T2 First Impressions Review (1230 comments in total)
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villagranvicent: The price gap between formats are getting closer. Full frame cameras are getting cheaper, and m43 and APS more expensive, however the sensor sizes remain the same.

Time to switch to Hasselblad!

Link | Posted on Jul 7, 2016 at 06:01 UTC
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nikonosv: Aside from the pictures being 50 megapixels, I really don't see anything different that can't be done with current gen FF sensors.

FF is not good enough! I want large format!

Link | Posted on Jul 7, 2016 at 04:43 UTC
On article OnePlus 3 announced with 16MP stabilized camera (23 comments in total)
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mosc: Where's the 1/2.33" sensor? There's plenty on other phones with similar physical dimensions.

and HTC M10, and that's all, the rest is smaller, except Panasonic CM1

Link | Posted on Jun 16, 2016 at 20:44 UTC
On article OnePlus 3 announced with 16MP stabilized camera (23 comments in total)
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mosc: Where's the 1/2.33" sensor? There's plenty on other phones with similar physical dimensions.

Which phones have 1/2.33"?

Link | Posted on Jun 16, 2016 at 15:30 UTC

What's the sensor size on both of them?

Link | Posted on Jun 10, 2016 at 03:24 UTC as 15th comment
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Photato: 1. The 1/2.3 Type Sensor has been the size of many flagship smartphones already.
2. 4K for Smartphones is silly, given the storage, heat, processing constraints and intended usage. Even computer workstations struggle handling 4K video.
3. 12MP is still too much MP for that sensor size and mostly handheld shooting.
4. The fast frame rates are pretty good and useful though.

I'd be more exited if...
1. The sensor size was larger like 1/1.7" Sensor or even 2/3". Hell, Panasonic has a 1" Smartphone, c'mon !
2. 2K Video would be enough rez to downscale to 1080P or make room for Digital Video Stabilization.
3. Five or 8MP would be a better compromise in terms of rez for better lower light, care free shooting, and faster performance .
4. How come not yet an Universal Aspect Ratio smartphone sensor type. At those micro sizes cost shouldn't be an issue.

And Panasonic CM1.

Link | Posted on Jun 3, 2016 at 04:39 UTC
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Photato: 1. The 1/2.3 Type Sensor has been the size of many flagship smartphones already.
2. 4K for Smartphones is silly, given the storage, heat, processing constraints and intended usage. Even computer workstations struggle handling 4K video.
3. 12MP is still too much MP for that sensor size and mostly handheld shooting.
4. The fast frame rates are pretty good and useful though.

I'd be more exited if...
1. The sensor size was larger like 1/1.7" Sensor or even 2/3". Hell, Panasonic has a 1" Smartphone, c'mon !
2. 2K Video would be enough rez to downscale to 1080P or make room for Digital Video Stabilization.
3. Five or 8MP would be a better compromise in terms of rez for better lower light, care free shooting, and faster performance .
4. How come not yet an Universal Aspect Ratio smartphone sensor type. At those micro sizes cost shouldn't be an issue.

None of the flagship phones has 1/2.3" sensors right now. The only phones with a sensor larger than or equal to 1/2.3" were Samsung Galaxy K zoom, S4 zoom, Nokia N8, Nokia 1020 and Nokia 808.

Link | Posted on Jun 3, 2016 at 04:23 UTC
On article 2016 Roundups: Fixed Prime Lens Cameras (114 comments in total)
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norman shearer: Forget the above cameras and pick up a Nikon Coolpix A while they still have some in stock. Grab yourself a bargain that will give the GRII a run for its money at a fraction of the price.

Ironic that the Coolpix A is now the cheaper camera!

I bought one after seeing this comment. Actually was thinking about GR for sime time, but now found Nikon at $364 brand new and it's a no brainer. My first Nikon after owning Canon, Konica, Casio, Olympus, Leica, Sony, Samsung and Pentax. For some reason Nikon didn't produce a camera that I liked so far.

Link | Posted on May 30, 2016 at 03:19 UTC
On article Microsoft Lumia 950 camera review (117 comments in total)
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osu9400: I'm an IT manager at a large company. The most exciting thing about Win10 is that it is one operating system that run on many platforms (phones/laptops/desktop/tablets/xbox/watches/IoT/etc). This will allow developers to truly write an app once and have it run on all these devices. This has long been the dream of computer science. As a consumer you won't have to buy an app for each device - the app you own will run cross platform and become responsive to your screen size. Think of how some websites have desktop and mobile versions. This is the idea for apps. As an example, if this works, I'll be able to replace $40,000 Cisco teleconf units (that users hate) with an XboxOne running a Skype for Business app!

About the phone, if you read the rumors, Microsoft will release a premium phone under the Surface brand late this year or early next. I think it will be Intel based and not a traditional mobile chipset.

There's still a problem. A lack of apps/software for ARM version of windows. When it'll run on x86 it's gonna be a diffent story.

Link | Posted on Apr 17, 2016 at 04:22 UTC
On Article:8533054559 (70 comments in total)
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Magnus3D: When a Android device is on top of the list, people scream that DxO is overrated and useless. But when a Apple devices tops the list, then DxO is the best thing ever..

Nokia was always better than Apple in camera department with their 920, 930, 808, 1020, 1520 and 950.

Posted on Apr 16, 2016 at 02:59 UTC
On article Microsoft Lumia 950 camera review (117 comments in total)
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sh10453: Looks like a good product, in general.
If Microsoft really wants to penetrate the smart phone market, and to have a "plus" over the rest, they need to make this phone (or a replacement one) a dual-boot, Windows 10 and Android (of course not simultaneously).
Windows lovers will love Windows 10 and its apps (such as MS Office), and Android lovers will of course boot to Android.
Problem solved.
Otherwise, Windows phone is not going anywhere. Not many third party developers are jumping on its bandwagon.

Just a humble opinion.

Personally, I use a Windows phone, and an Android tablet. Happy with both.

MS Office available on Android for free, as well as most of MS apps. But who need MS office when you have Google docs?

Link | Posted on Apr 16, 2016 at 02:55 UTC
On article Microsoft Lumia 950 camera review (117 comments in total)
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osu9400: I'm an IT manager at a large company. The most exciting thing about Win10 is that it is one operating system that run on many platforms (phones/laptops/desktop/tablets/xbox/watches/IoT/etc). This will allow developers to truly write an app once and have it run on all these devices. This has long been the dream of computer science. As a consumer you won't have to buy an app for each device - the app you own will run cross platform and become responsive to your screen size. Think of how some websites have desktop and mobile versions. This is the idea for apps. As an example, if this works, I'll be able to replace $40,000 Cisco teleconf units (that users hate) with an XboxOne running a Skype for Business app!

About the phone, if you read the rumors, Microsoft will release a premium phone under the Surface brand late this year or early next. I think it will be Intel based and not a traditional mobile chipset.

Windows 10 mobile is not the same as desktop version. There is no desktop, just the apps. And there are not a lot of apps for it. If MS releases a phone based on Intel Atom processor, then it's gonna be possible. Then you can connect it to the monitor, and ahve a full desktop version. But on mobile itself it's gonna be a hassle to use with a small screen, so you're back to apps again, and they are not there.

Link | Posted on Apr 15, 2016 at 23:20 UTC
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