km25

km25

Lives in United States Fairfield, 94533, CA, United States
Works as a MRI Technologist
Joined on Sep 1, 2007

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On article Leica Thambar-M 90mm F2.2 sample gallery (214 comments in total)

For $6K dollars just buy a CZ Softer or something like that.

Link | Posted on Nov 8, 2017 at 04:05 UTC as 23rd comment | 1 reply
On article Canon EOS M100 review (771 comments in total)

Canon always has nice color as in Jpeg in this review. Got to start somewhere.

Link | Posted on Nov 8, 2017 at 04:03 UTC as 27th comment | 3 replies

Why? Nikon, Canon, Pentax, Leica and many more. Just start to make a film camera that is a SLR. The market would be to small just to use your glass with this system, I would buy a used what ever before this setup.

Link | Posted on Nov 8, 2017 at 03:58 UTC as 61st comment

I would consider this camera, if also had 75/90mm sister ( brother, if you like ). Besides children 28mm, not so good for portraits.

Link | Posted on Nov 1, 2017 at 01:12 UTC as 44th comment | 1 reply
On article Take a look inside Leica's factory in Wetzlar, Germany (136 comments in total)

Now all we need is DP to review more Leica cameras, just saying.

Link | Posted on Oct 17, 2017 at 17:18 UTC as 28th comment

Nikon has a lens like this for much less. The filters were called "soft nets" by Tiffen. Also Carl Ziess made there "softars". A four element 90mm F4 Elmar, an excellent lens with one of the above filters, whereas the filter cost is a round off, a used, the only come that way would be under two grand and you would still have Leica glass. Knowing Leica this will be a fine lens, but a lens who's price range is for the well to do and maybe not photographers.

Link | Posted on Oct 17, 2017 at 17:05 UTC as 108th comment
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Jacob the Photographer: Perhaps DPREVIEW has the leverage to push DxO to include the Fujifilm X series in their DxO-Optics software as well.
To me it is an utter disgrace that these two big-brand international companies : Fujifilm & DxO do not seem to work together. DxO ' s poor excuse is that the Fujifilm X sensor is of a to complicated design.....
It as crazy as saying :
Sorry but your Land Rover 4WD can not be certified to use country roads because we can not verify if the suspension is suitable since it is of such a different design ( It is ) .
DxO get over with it - or loose our confidence !

Agree, the X-Trans is just different RGB pattern. But it works. Fujifilm has take APS-C that goes head to head with Full frame. It lags but short distance away. Pixel peeping and bean counting, bottom line. Fuji images look as good and if not better then anyone. In the days of film it was line pairs. Now it is MPs. Bottom line is the bottom, how does the look and is it a tool that fights you and makes you do it wants. Or is part of you because it is intuitive. They know Fuji has a winner, by the by have they rated the Medium format Fuji?

Link | Posted on Oct 11, 2017 at 22:38 UTC

These why sensor maker should be like the film makers of old. They should not be camera makers. Yes Fujifilm and Kodak had there own cameras, but they sold film to every one. Some enterprising person or company should enter the market of making sensors. How much better for all of us.

Link | Posted on Oct 10, 2017 at 05:16 UTC as 24th comment

The Minolta MD 100mm f/2.5, I wonder if it is like the Nikon 105mm f2.5, as a matter of fact. The window picture you see next to post, was taken with that lens. That is a great lens. For all Nikon users it would fit right on your Nikon camera of today, manual focus and the metering (?).

Link | Posted on Sep 27, 2017 at 15:13 UTC as 11th comment

Are those iris blades made from plastic? Sorry but if they are, a good death for them. I guess junk melts.

Link | Posted on Sep 6, 2017 at 06:11 UTC as 5th comment

It will be the official camera of the White House.

Link | Posted on Aug 23, 2017 at 07:02 UTC as 20th comment

A few rules to follow. The camera being offered. If it just stood alone would you want it, say the desert island scenario. The test is to see if the camera backs the camera in firmware up grades, fixes defects, beyond the warranty and if a new kind of camera, starts creating lens. In other words they back both camera and system, they are not just creating a shinny new object.
A long time ago a camera company, which will remain nameless...Canon stopped making a lens mount on their SLR cameras, then started to make a whole new mount,
it was so different that old lens were like they were from a different make, all your glass unusable with the new cameras. It took Canon a bit of time to recover from that one. Shinny new objects vs old proven and developed systems. Be up to date with a proven system and company. In NO WAY am I saying Canon is untrustworthy company, to contrary, they a very old and trustworthy company.

Link | Posted on Aug 7, 2017 at 19:00 UTC as 35th comment | 1 reply

How is the follow focus, moving away, toward, ect. God there are just a million of these lines. Or use Leica 28mm F8 (F5.6?).

Link | Posted on Jul 8, 2017 at 00:39 UTC as 35th comment

Does it make phone calls, He-He?

Link | Posted on Jul 8, 2017 at 00:34 UTC as 13th comment

Or just sent your 35mm lens at F8.

Link | Posted on Jul 7, 2017 at 19:06 UTC as 52nd comment
On article Sony a9 Full Review: Mirrorless Redefined (2754 comments in total)
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km25: Not trying to be negative, but Sony, again has to put shutter speed dials and/or LCD windows on the top their camera cameras, the PASM dial only is not enough. This is not a huge deal ! Does this camera have a vertical grip. Sony good technology, not so good execution.

During the Korean War two jet fighters ruled the sky, one a Russian Mig 15 the other US F86. One of the advantages of the F86 was radar aimed guns, with a HUD, a heads up displace.In the windshield you aimed your guns.
The shutter speed dials and the LCD are like that. Nikon, Canon, Leica, Fuji, they all have one form of this. You just look down at the camera and see it is ready to go, sorry all these other manufacturers of cameras are not wrong.

Link | Posted on Apr 24, 2017 at 23:12 UTC
On article Sony a9 Full Review: Mirrorless Redefined (2754 comments in total)

Not trying to be negative, but Sony, again has to put shutter speed dials and/or LCD windows on the top their camera cameras, the PASM dial only is not enough. This is not a huge deal ! Does this camera have a vertical grip. Sony good technology, not so good execution.

Link | Posted on Apr 24, 2017 at 18:39 UTC as 363rd comment | 8 replies
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RUcrAZ: Too small, too darn small ! Why don't they come up with something that shatters previous numbers...like an order of magnitude increase? (We can take it!!!)

800mp and maximum ISO 1200. Better of shouldering film and scanning it in.

Link | Posted on Apr 10, 2017 at 19:31 UTC

100 to 150mp. Even with back light, gold wire and what ever else Sony does, I have the feeling the 50mp will have higher ISO. Also, it better be one great lens in front of the sensor. And the speed of the lens maybe a nice slow F4 micro that can deliver 150mp. Not to mention the price of such glass. You better be make'n money on your images.
or give up owning a car. The normal lens for Fuji in the ads say it can deliver 100mp, but then there is the 150mp. A regular bonfire of bucks.

Link | Posted on Apr 10, 2017 at 19:29 UTC as 6th comment
On article Fujifilm GFX 50S Review: Modern MF (918 comments in total)
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d2f: Just me, a rank amateur, I would go old school with a 4x5 or 8x10 view camera to create quality B&W portraits and landscapes images. Yet I can see why a working professional studio/commercial photographer would lean towards GFX. In regards to lenses, my guess is third party adapters will appear allowing MF meduim format lenses to fill the lens gap, assuming auto focus is not as strong requirement for studio and landscape work. If one is shooting a fashion runway event or some other moving subject the current AF lenses may not suffice either. Speaking only for myself, the analog or digital meduim format camera systems are best suited for high end portraiture and landscape subjects that rarely move. For myself, I only use meduim or large format cameras when image quality is paramount thus requiring the camera system is on a rigid tripod with a remote shutter release.

Please try to understand. Large formate cameras in film days alway were slower to use then a 35mm camera. You just stated about 4X5 and 8X10 cameras, will back then they worked poorly at 5 FPS, just kidding. I owned a 4X5 camera, medium format and 35mm cameras. The 4X5 was to big and slow. The 35mm would be able to take-a-picture-anywhere, but with the lowest IQ. The medium format camera where also slow, but portable. I even own an RB6X7 by Mamyia. It produced great images...but used a Hassi for size. Also the viewing of the RB6X7 was an experience of joy untoo it self. Just get camera like the Nikon D5/D500 for super fast. Get a camera like this for shots that take more time to set up. The right tool......

Link | Posted on Apr 10, 2017 at 03:43 UTC
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