km25

km25

Lives in United States Fairfield, 94533, CA, United States
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Joined on Sep 1, 2007

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The Nikon 105mm f2.5, that was a very sharp lens. This lens looks to be well make, at least in performance. I had a Leica R8 and there 100mm 2.8 micro. I had a picture very close to one you have here. I feel as if the Leica lens was sharper and had better out of focus the this lens, but not a great deal. seems like a nice lens. But so may companies are producing good lens now a days

Link | Posted on Mar 13, 2016 at 04:57 UTC as 13th comment | 2 replies
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km25: Digital maybe able come to rescue, a small sensor , maybe one inch. It would be a camera, to make a picture of a forcing screen. It would be in a light tight box. This would give the photographer a good idea of what they are working with.

You be getting a a small dig camera to make like image off a forcing screen, it would working being at "B" then you take your image. It be cal. to give you image and exposure of film, buy worki with the system to cal..it. English enough. You get or no.

Link | Posted on Mar 5, 2016 at 04:38 UTC

Digital maybe able come to rescue, a small sensor , maybe one inch. It would be a camera, to make a picture of a forcing screen. It would be in a light tight box. This would give the photographer a good idea of what they are working with.

Link | Posted on Mar 4, 2016 at 16:49 UTC as 17th comment | 5 replies
On article Special K? Pentax K-1 Review (2660 comments in total)

Well just think of it this way. Camera $1,800.00 and good lens, say even a $1,000.00, few hundred for stuff and hey you can a camera with up there MPs and keep what you have. If the camera get even medium review, Pentax may sell a car load of them.

Link | Posted on Feb 18, 2016 at 00:07 UTC as 625th comment
On article Retro through-and-through: Fujifilm X-Pro2 Review (2499 comments in total)
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arhmatic: I like your subtitle "retro slick"

I am still amazed how many people deny the importance of good design "because we are pros and because we need good ergonomics" or "this is a tool, not a fashion statement".

Industrial design does matter.
Well done Fuji, well done Leica.

I have owned the X-Pro 1, I have the XT-! and following Fuji lens,
14mm, 23mm, 56mm. The two items I have sold is the X-Pro 1 and the 60mm. Sorry you are wrong. Go count some Megie Pixels.

Link | Posted on Jan 22, 2016 at 01:45 UTC
On article Retro through-and-through: Fujifilm X-Pro2 Review (2499 comments in total)
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arhmatic: I like your subtitle "retro slick"

I am still amazed how many people deny the importance of good design "because we are pros and because we need good ergonomics" or "this is a tool, not a fashion statement".

Industrial design does matter.
Well done Fuji, well done Leica.

The Leica cameras may look better, the lens, the difference is much less. With this new sensor, the real category that Fuji has with Leica is Lens quality. Here, Fuji takes no back seat.
Fuji help bring the mirrorless cameras to the for front.The Fuji will be the best mirrorless. I feel as if the true nature of mirrorless and it biggest advantage is size. The APS-C may well be the best use of mirrorless as a format.

Link | Posted on Jan 20, 2016 at 02:22 UTC
On article The good, the bad and the analog: CES 2016 'Best of' (57 comments in total)
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km25: student film school ( place here your ideal movie director ) = the small, but reliable market. It maybe a bust, but movie film has a look that is hard to fake with video. Them movie maker folk still love'm them film.

Yes, but if money is short super 8. Super 8, 16mm, Super 16, 35mm or Panavision. It is matter of money.

Link | Posted on Jan 15, 2016 at 05:12 UTC
On article Retro through-and-through: Fujifilm X-Pro2 Review (2499 comments in total)

I want to see the low light, looks like it will be great.

Link | Posted on Jan 15, 2016 at 05:08 UTC as 548th comment
On article The good, the bad and the analog: CES 2016 'Best of' (57 comments in total)

student film school ( place here your ideal movie director ) = the small, but reliable market. It maybe a bust, but movie film has a look that is hard to fake with video. Them movie maker folk still love'm them film.

Link | Posted on Jan 14, 2016 at 02:37 UTC as 12th comment | 2 replies

Leica look like a bargain now. Still the Sony crowed will still say the A7r11 will take better pictures, even if Sony does make the sensor. Best be making a living with this baby, a working person's camera. Schneider Kreuznach 80mm LS lens. I really want to laugh when all the experts out there, ask who is Schneider Kreuznach...do they make good lens? They can not make as good a lens as CZ. The people in the know. Know they are some of finest lens you can buy, Xenar, Super Angular and even Compenon ( spell does not count ). I would just like to hold one and take a few shots with it. Echoes of past, when fine cameras were like fine watches.

Link | Posted on Jan 4, 2016 at 04:11 UTC as 66th comment | 3 replies
On article Readers' Showcase: Tom Goodman (91 comments in total)

Good stuff. It does not need to be 100MP and every thing pops out at you, like the land scape of OZ.

Link | Posted on Nov 23, 2015 at 01:41 UTC as 33rd comment
On article Sony Alpha 7R II Review (2165 comments in total)

The sensor is excellent. The camera not very good. If you go to operate a Nikon or Canon, the controls and information is up front. Sony needs to stop coming out with the same old body each time. They need to create a camera to par with the sensor. They have an excellent point and shoot. The RX100 IV, it operates nearly the same as the A7 series. I do not want a great point and shoot.....I want a camera. Bottom line excellent images, poor camera.

Link | Posted on Nov 21, 2015 at 03:56 UTC as 109th comment | 4 replies
On article Good genes: Samsung NX500 review posted (523 comments in total)
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km25: This looks like a great sensor for Fuji. For APS-C this an excellent sensor. The NX cameras seem very nice, but this sensor would be killer in a Fuji XT-2 or Pro 2. Even without Trans -X.
Fuji make a deal with Samsung!

That I can not tell you.That part of photography still belongs to the DSLRs.

Link | Posted on Nov 13, 2015 at 01:00 UTC
On article Good genes: Samsung NX500 review posted (523 comments in total)
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km25: This looks like a great sensor for Fuji. For APS-C this an excellent sensor. The NX cameras seem very nice, but this sensor would be killer in a Fuji XT-2 or Pro 2. Even without Trans -X.
Fuji make a deal with Samsung!

You can keep the video, I personally do not need it. You can put two batteries into the XT-1. I would rather over pay bit for camera with the controls al a Fuji or any close to. All most forgot the the real good EVF.

Link | Posted on Nov 10, 2015 at 00:01 UTC
On article Good genes: Samsung NX500 review posted (523 comments in total)

This looks like a great sensor for Fuji. For APS-C this an excellent sensor. The NX cameras seem very nice, but this sensor would be killer in a Fuji XT-2 or Pro 2. Even without Trans -X.
Fuji make a deal with Samsung!

Link | Posted on Nov 9, 2015 at 19:13 UTC as 65th comment | 4 replies
On article 2015 Roundups: Fixed Prime Lens Cameras (231 comments in total)

A bunch of interesting responses, The biggest question is, is one lens enough. I would more then likely get the Leica. EVF and camera layout VS 40MP and 4K movies. Cost, it is a Leica! It should be an honor to pay more, not really.

Link | Posted on Nov 8, 2015 at 22:53 UTC as 28th comment

Family photos with a fare!

Link | Posted on Oct 31, 2015 at 20:02 UTC as 3rd comment
On article Studio tests and samples: Leica SL (beta) (754 comments in total)

Leica begets Leica. The camera needs some improvements, in JPEG and noise/dynamic control. From would go a long way on that. Yes the camera is $7500.00, the Zoom lens, never was Leica strong point is an OK Zoom lens, the primes will be a lot better. Oh and if you have Leica glass already, you can use it. Leica mostly makes cameras for photographers with a deep wallet and for artist who like the way they make cameras. You can buy a D810 or a Sony A7R11. The former is a great camera, the latter a fine image maker. But a lot of people may suffer with Leica sensor short comings, because of glass. Just handle a Leica lens and you see why they are the bench mark.

Link | Posted on Oct 31, 2015 at 19:59 UTC as 30th comment | 1 reply
On article Studio tests and samples: Leica SL (beta) (754 comments in total)
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km25: This is Leica's first camera of this type. The zoom is not going to as sharp as the primes and remember if you are a Leica owner, say M, your lens will be less then $400.00, just use your M lens. In real world use all of these camera are in the same ballpark. Give Leica chance for firmware up grades, the RAWS of all are very close.I remember the Fuji cameras when they first came out, all the up grades to get them to where they are today. Why I put up with all the hardships was that the Fuji was made so well and gave me the operation lay out I like. Firmware up grades saved the day. They Nikon D750 is fine camera, it is a DSLR. The only good point about the Sonys are their sensors. The cameras are second rate. Shutter bounce, overheating and poor PASM, Playstation operation design. Only the sensor saves the camera. Leica may do well. Bet ya it is made in Germany.

The A7 series camera would do well to have a shutter speed dial. Or a small window to show the user what the status of the camera setting are. If you do understand why this is important to me and others, it was more then likely your first camera was an IPhone. My first pro camera was a CZ Ikon 6x6 folding camera. Sony needs photographers to design their cameras, not the TV people.Sensors are super great, the A7 series takes great images, but........

Link | Posted on Oct 31, 2015 at 19:36 UTC
On article Studio tests and samples: Leica SL (beta) (754 comments in total)
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km25: This is Leica's first camera of this type. The zoom is not going to as sharp as the primes and remember if you are a Leica owner, say M, your lens will be less then $400.00, just use your M lens. In real world use all of these camera are in the same ballpark. Give Leica chance for firmware up grades, the RAWS of all are very close.I remember the Fuji cameras when they first came out, all the up grades to get them to where they are today. Why I put up with all the hardships was that the Fuji was made so well and gave me the operation lay out I like. Firmware up grades saved the day. They Nikon D750 is fine camera, it is a DSLR. The only good point about the Sonys are their sensors. The cameras are second rate. Shutter bounce, overheating and poor PASM, Playstation operation design. Only the sensor saves the camera. Leica may do well. Bet ya it is made in Germany.

Sony fine marker of sensors. But not cameras. Electronic first curtain used to solve the shutter bounce, why not just make a good shutter. But when you look at a camera like Fuji, before you use it you have idea what it is going to do. Even Nikon and Canon DSLRs have little LCD windows to give you the basics. The Sony point and shoot, DX100 IV ( I hope that is right ) Handles very much the same as the A7R11. I do not like p&s cameras

Link | Posted on Oct 30, 2015 at 03:04 UTC
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