HDPro Brasil

HDPro Brasil

Joined on Mar 30, 2016

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Keep in mind Canon, Sony, Nikon etc. DSLR & mirrorless are cameras for principally photographic use, which can shoot video quite well.
Anybody who is complaining about the overheating or other video shortcomings, I am happy to inform that companies like Canon, Sony, RED, Panasonic etc. also do produce professional video cameras where such problems are taken care of.
Plus they are offering a bunch of advantages over a small DSLR body in handling and sound, to mention only the most obvious.
I work with Canon DSLR, Sigma SDQH & DP and Panasonic Video cameras, if necessary I rent RED video cameras for specific work.
Each tool for it's specific purpose, you won't use a Ferrari to plow a field. (Lamborghini is another story, they made tractors well before supercars, I know, we had one 40 years ago.)

Link | Posted on Aug 7, 2020 at 19:20 UTC as 25th comment | 3 replies
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Darren Lee: Did the Bison end up on the shelves of Costco’s meat section?

#OldLivesMatter, #StupidLivesMatter

But to her defense, probably she did forgot her reading glasses on her nose, so in order to get the little mouse in focus, one has to approach.

Link | Posted on Jul 2, 2020 at 13:20 UTC
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DrEvil: I took a piece of processed film once and placed it over the sensor. Hoping to get a film grain effect. Didn't work they way I wanted.

Maybe one of these companies can come up with something better.

Buy a Sigma camera and use SPP, best BW and nice film grain effects.

Link | Posted on Jun 20, 2020 at 12:11 UTC
On article Casio: the innovator that time forgot (153 comments in total)

I still have the F1, a fantastic camera in all aspects and years ahead of any other company at the time. As well as the little brother the FH100, which also is ahead of other 10MP compact cameras in resolution, always took it on to travel, the battery is the longest lasted in any compact camera I ever had.

Link | Posted on May 25, 2020 at 09:44 UTC as 30th comment
On article DPReview TV: The gear that changed my life (157 comments in total)

I always hated neck-straps, so since 1998 i have only wrist straps on my cameras, with digital cameras even more important when using the LCD panel.
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The Foveon Sensor did change my photography, working slow with a slow camera is not necessary a bad thing, planning and executing a photo is better than just shooting.
And till now there are just a hand full of quite expensive cameras which are up to the Foveon and it's fantastic resolution.
The SDQH & the 40mm ART have in it's price range no competition.

Link | Posted on Apr 10, 2020 at 18:06 UTC as 25th comment

Cool idea!
I remember in 1997 (more or less) I was invited to a workshop with the first 4"x 5" digital Sinar which did function exactly in the same way, just with 3 steps, adding the 3 basic colors to create a color picture.
We iniciated the process, went for lunch and when we came back the computer was still busy.
Maybe that's why I have the patience to work with the Sigma Cameras.

Link | Posted on Mar 14, 2020 at 12:23 UTC as 9th comment
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HDPro Brasil: One should track down his "victims" and then form a lawsuit, because he apparently has never heard of "The right to your own image".
And IMO this is not art, this is lack of education, which of course leads to photos which are different from those photographers with education, with me he would have to visit a surgeon after stepping in my way and sticking a camera in my face without notice!

@JEROME NOLAS; Not if your face makes more than 50% of the image!
In Italy you could get arrested for actions like Tatsuo Suzuki is performing and for shure he would get his bottom kicked all day long.

Link | Posted on Feb 7, 2020 at 09:57 UTC

One should track down his "victims" and then form a lawsuit, because he apparently has never heard of "The right to your own image".
And IMO this is not art, this is lack of education, which of course leads to photos which are different from those photographers with education, with me he would have to visit a surgeon after stepping in my way and sticking a camera in my face without notice!

Link | Posted on Feb 7, 2020 at 09:26 UTC as 146th comment | 4 replies
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Heliar: Myself, I'm a fan of vintage 50 and 100mm macro primes. Sure, they aren't as sharp and CA corrected as modern macros, but they often come at 1/10 of their price; and the newer ones aren't 10x better optically, while often worse for manual focusing, which is usually how macro photography is done.

My favourites are Micro-Nikkors, SMC Takumars and Kiron 105.

The Kiron 105mm is really one of the best, it stands it's ground even against Sigma 105mm or Canon 100mm L if used in a way remembering it is the granddad of those lenses.
IMO Olympus OM are the best vintage macro lenses and they come in a wide variety.

Link | Posted on Jan 27, 2020 at 10:12 UTC
On article Fujifilm X-Pro3 pre-production sample gallery (158 comments in total)

OK....nice..... but the hair of people apear bluish.

Link | Posted on Oct 25, 2019 at 12:57 UTC as 4th comment
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chrissf: fantastic innovation Canon. Your R&D Department certainly needs a salary raise...

The Casio EX-F1 has a pop up flash & LED since 2008. The flash goes till 7fps, then the rather weak LED takes over and can be used for video as well.

Link | Posted on Aug 25, 2019 at 04:57 UTC
On article Best cameras for landscapes in 2020 (1125 comments in total)

Not even mentioned the Sigma SD Quattro H!
Landscape is one of the things the sigma shines. Really.

Link | Posted on Jul 14, 2019 at 13:22 UTC as 192nd comment

I was using many years a Yashica T4 and T5 with the Carl Zeiss Tessar 3.5 35mm and as always in my pocket camera it earned me some extra money when the big Nikon did stay at home or in the hotel.

Link | Posted on Jun 8, 2019 at 17:58 UTC as 134th comment

When I look at some very unfortunate photos of artists printed and distributed all over the world I can understand the try to control this.
As an artist she wants to control her appearance, as this is after her voice number two of the marketing.
A concert is not a public event, so there is no right to take pictures at all.
And nobody has to go to her concert.
When I was taking pictures in the 80s, I did simply throw away those ugly ones and if everybody would do so Miss Grande would most likely be more easy going.

Link | Posted on Mar 28, 2019 at 17:30 UTC as 66th comment

I made an asscamera, just stuck a lens up the kiester, perfectly dark and sealed no extra tape required , but I have to confess I suffered some trouble with the exposure (expose to the right didn't function that well) and the photos turned to s**t. (This is sarkasm in case some individuals might not recognise, no lens was hurt or mistreated by any way.)

Link | Posted on Jun 30, 2018 at 09:47 UTC as 21st comment

I took a Photo of a bee using the Casio FH100 with Move in feature. The bee triggered the photo by moving into the frame, so the copyright is now with the bee? This was 4 years ago, the bee is most likely dead, but it has maybe several thousand sisters, did they inherit the copyright, if so, how do I contact them to reach for a settlement? Maybe it is better I abandon photography and go for lawyer, there you can build your own little world without bothering with the real one, but bothering the real one just fine. How fun this must be and payment is better too.

Link | Posted on Apr 20, 2018 at 05:48 UTC as 7th comment | 1 reply
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HDPro Brasil: The photographer should claim that in fact the monkey was his paid assistant, so in that case the copyright is clearly with the contracter. Payment would be a banana or so. And the monkey actually gives a rats furry behind on behalf the whole story.

Payments under a certain amount (10 Bananas or less per day) don't have to be declared or if so a receipt from the monkey with a finger- or buttprint is sufficient.

Link | Posted on Aug 10, 2017 at 09:16 UTC

The photographer should claim that in fact the monkey was his paid assistant, so in that case the copyright is clearly with the contracter. Payment would be a banana or so. And the monkey actually gives a rats furry behind on behalf the whole story.

Link | Posted on Aug 9, 2017 at 15:45 UTC as 26th comment | 2 replies

I have o get a Volvo and sell my Sigma and Canon cameras. This is so obvious, the camera is always with you, genious!

Link | Posted on Jul 15, 2017 at 16:07 UTC as 5th comment | 1 reply
On article Sigma SD Quattro H Review (651 comments in total)
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41mm: Yes, the very best image quality will be seen in a correct raw development by the original raw software, but the fast DNG workflow with lightroom is an easy way to get very good results for the daily work. I shoot RAW+JPEG and its fine. The best of both worlds and the jpg results are on par with the very best jpg engine from FUJIFILM for example.

In other words. This camera is designed for guys who loves photography.
From my personal point of view.

And thanks for the dpreview!

Did you even read what I wrote?
The point wasn't Canon produces the best OOC JPGs, but for shure sufficient for party fotos! The Sigma DP0 Q is now for 1 year my workhorse and it wouldn't be like this if I would see any problems, I have a steady workflow from A-Z which works fine for me. And FYI I have actually 9 Sigma DP and SD cameras plus 8 lenses to work with since the original DP1X came out 2010.

Link | Posted on Jun 5, 2017 at 18:45 UTC
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