T3

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  • Well, keep in mind that the average professional videographer shooting the Olympics is using a very big, bulky video camera...but you don't see many consumers using those big bulky shoulder-bruiser...

  • Pro-usage is different from non-pro usage. For example, consider the equipment that broadcast videographers use. Does that mean that a broadcast video camera is the right video camera for the...

  • I think there's a big difference between the needs of a pro shooting the Olympics, versus the average hobby or enthusiast photographer who is shooting for fun/ personal/travel, or any photographer...

  • First of all, please give a link to this engineer's "disclosure". Secondly, I doubt that saying that "the G7X processor didn't have the capacity to handle all the functions" means that stills ...
  • Yep, especially in a dwindling market for stand-alone cameras.  I think the only cost-effective way for manufacturers to do this is to charge more for these "special edition" models.  But if you ...
  • Replied in I actually
    Believe it or not, cameras can "concentrate on still shots" just fine, even when they have video capabilities.
  • Is it really so hard to simply ignore the video button if you don't want it? It's just like all the pre-set modes on the model dial that many photographers never use: Just ignore what you don't ...
  • Different strokes for different folks. Believe it or not, people have different preferences. Why buy a Rolex when you can get a Casio that tells the time just as well, or better? Sometimes it...

  • Do you want some cheese with your whine? If a company takes a longer time to update their cameras, people complain that they are asleep at the wheel. If a company updates at shorter intervals,...

  • It's an option. Just like on a DSLR. Sometimes you want to keep the camera compact. Other times you want the added battery capacity and the vertical grip. It would be an issue if it were...

  • Why are you getting your panties in a bunch. I don't think it's is a "sensational title" at all. He did say that "yes, it probably is" the future. I think you just reading way too much into the...

  • "but probably not for another decade or so"

    I think it will be a lot less than "another decade or so." A decade is a very, very long time in technological terms. To put things into perspective...

  • Commented on article Hands-on with Hasselblad X1D

    @brownie314 - You're the one who's getting worked up over a camera. Just because you don't understand the point of medium format, or can't afford it, doesn't mean that there's no point to this...

  • Commented on article Hands-on with Hasselblad X1D

    @brownie314- " Who buys a $9k (body only) camera whose only advantage over a system camera from CaNikon or Sony is a marginally larger sensor"

    I think you lack perspective. A Hassy H5D-50c with...

  • Commented on article Hands-on with Hasselblad X1D

    How ridiculously vain and superficial you are to judge a tool simply by its looks. There's nothing wrong with incorporating some decent style into a camera (or any product, for that matter). ...

  • Commented on article Hands-on with Hasselblad X1D

    @Marko2 - "Medium format's bread and butter is fashion and product photography with an elaborated strobe/lighting system"

    I think that is mainly due to the fact that medium format cameras have...

  • Commented on article Hands-on with Hasselblad X1D

    A flip-out LCD would take care of that. Maybe on the X2D.

  • Commented on article Hands-on with Hasselblad X1D

    I hate this "you probably already have..." non-sense logic that idiots like to use. Yep, no one needs anything new because everyone who might want something "already has it". Yeah, makes total...

  • Commented on article Hands-on with Hasselblad X1D

    XPan and Pano cameras were a necessity in the analog era. But even then, it was very much a niche product. In the digital age, the very high resolution sensors that are available now, combined...

  • Commented on article Hands-on with Hasselblad X1D

    "Pedigree?" LOL. That's really old thinking. In the digital age of information and technology, knowledge is not some kind of genetic inheritance.

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