MyM3

Joined on Jan 11, 2017

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  • But he says he wants only one lens (does not want to change lenses). So 85mm will be too long too often. I would rather take the EF-M 32mm. No need for adapter and so sharp that the photos can be ...
  • If I read you correct, you would like a small camera with only one lens (a relative fast zoom lens). To me this sounds like a PowerShot G5 X camera (or G7 X II, if you don’t need evf). Did you ...
  • 😀 I just found another one in the help guide. “Combination IS”. LOL. Now the confusion is complete. Quote: ”Even more effective correction is possible by using a lens that supports Combination IS, ...
  • I know it's not what OP asked about, but if you are interested in reading a little more about "Dual Sensing IS", you can read this interview: https://www.imaging-resource.com/news/2018/04/01/canon- ...
  • Replied in Big Fat Lie...
    Well said! They would lose me too.
  • Never heard about "Dual Digital IS". I think you confuse it with something else. "Enhanced Digital IS" maybe 😉. Or "Dual Sensing IS" (which is for still images only.)
  • You are wrong about"Dual Sensing IS". Digital IS is for video only. Dual Sensing IS is for still images only . "Dual Sensing IS" gets information from both the gyro sensor in the lens and the image ...
  • When did "Panasonic LX10/LX15" become a "Canon camera" ? Just wondering. (Bold by me)
  • No you haven't. Your first mention of the word "innovation" in this thread was in your reply to Ebrahims 21 items list (now 12 hours ago). Actually it was your reply to item number 19. and there ...
  • Did you update from ZoomBrowser 2 or 3 to version 5 or something ? If so download this PDF and look on page 124 (Find the title: " If You Were Using ZoomBrowser EX Version 2 or 3") and see if that ...
  • IMG_0001.JPG, IMG_2344.JPG is exactly how files are named in all Canon cameras. My guess is that you have never really renamed the files. You may have added a Title or a Caption in a software ...
  • No. It's the opposite. Production costs will go down because the technology is matured and streamlined. Or options and innovation generate sales. Of course. It's cheaper to develop one sensor type ...
  • I'm not sure why I bother to reply at all, but here is a short one: Digic 8, CR3, C-RAW to name a few from top of my head. And I will not call DPAF and many other technologies "second-hand" just ...
  • But I wonder, let’s say in 3 years, what percentage of the total production cost (of the whole camera) will the sensor be? When we also calculate in mass production cost etc. as I mentioned above. ...
  • I’m too lazy to be that accurate. 😉 But thanks for the information.
  • When the pruduction costs go down enough, it will be easier (and also cheap enough) to produce only one size of sensors instead of two. Mass production benefits and reduced R&D costs etc. In ...
  • I know. I edited my post a little while you were replying. edit: Or you mean (i think) that I can just use 2.56 also with rectangles with same shape? I did not think that through. 😂
  • Thats correct. I was going to say something like: We are talking about an area here. An area has 2 dimensions. One side is 1 dimension. And when you multiply 2 sides of a square/rectangle, you get ...
  • Yes. CanonRumors seems also have got second thoughts now: https://www.canonrumors.com/canon-to-bring-a-new-4k-camcorder-to-ces-2019/ “We had assumed we’d also see the PowerShot G7 X Mark III ...
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