budi0251

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On article Nikon unveils 24.1MP D5200 DSLR with optional Wi-Fi (392 comments in total)
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budi0251: hmmm, having red most of the comments;
I'm supposing most people thinks more megapixels mostly is not a good thing, and yes indeed it may; and for some added thoughts, anything from Nikon which is not for "Pro" market DSLR body may (and would) have dodgy PDAF.

This dodgy PDAF will even be more evident with more megapixels, so....,
yes, more MP will show more of a misfocus, diffractions, fringing, abberation, focus shifts, etc... almost all optical photography defects will be way more evident.

I suppose this will call to have an even better lenses (a good primes nonetheless), anything else will just under-resolved the sensor resolutions.
and not to mention : "With great megapixels, comes great responsibilities!"

But, considering the entry-level target market, so yes, they are "milking" the consumers with MP myth. however try to look this way, some photog newbie (may be most) won't be a photog noob forever (unless they choose to do so), then when they've grown their skills, lens collections, etc..., then their (entry level) DSLR will keep them "resolved".

Of course there are some things apart with "Pro" DSLR body, but that "now is not a noob" photog will know more about the truth technical & non-technical things regarding DSLR business;
afterall, a "pro"-level 2nd body for (this paragraph) kind of photog. (which also may become primary body) couldn't hurt :)

And for some totally (and may be eternally noob) photog, 24MP could be easily downsized to an "adequate" 6MP and will produce some very sharp (all 4px bayer CFA will be merged to make 1px), high iso-low noise images (even with standard kit); & will prints a very good 8 by 12 (A4?). Think of a good family time moment for coffee table book.

Link | Posted on Nov 8, 2012 at 07:17 UTC
On article Nikon unveils 24.1MP D5200 DSLR with optional Wi-Fi (392 comments in total)

hmmm, having red most of the comments;
I'm supposing most people thinks more megapixels mostly is not a good thing, and yes indeed it may; and for some added thoughts, anything from Nikon which is not for "Pro" market DSLR body may (and would) have dodgy PDAF.

This dodgy PDAF will even be more evident with more megapixels, so....,
yes, more MP will show more of a misfocus, diffractions, fringing, abberation, focus shifts, etc... almost all optical photography defects will be way more evident.

I suppose this will call to have an even better lenses (a good primes nonetheless), anything else will just under-resolved the sensor resolutions.
and not to mention : "With great megapixels, comes great responsibilities!"

Link | Posted on Nov 8, 2012 at 07:13 UTC as 20th comment | 3 replies
On article Nikon unveils 24.1MP D5200 DSLR with optional Wi-Fi (392 comments in total)

Soooo, just bought D3200 few weeks ago, should sell it or not?

hmmm, AEB, Tilty-Swively Screen, CAM4800, different sensor, hmmmmmm.....
let's wait for review or dxomark numbers.

on a more serious note, I try to use d3200 like it is some kind of large format camera, manual focus, metering, steadiness, flat horizon, diffraction, etc. (were using 6MP D70s, so a jump to 24MP D3200 is like I need some serious lens, measuring, techniques, etc.)

at the end of the day, when I want some relaxing shooting, it's my trusty D70s again :)

Link | Posted on Nov 6, 2012 at 05:33 UTC as 120th comment
On article Just Posted: Fujifilm X-Pro1 review (271 comments in total)

My oh my dear Fuji, I register promptly to DPReview just because of reading this review. Been using HS20 for sometimes & love it, but I do really envy a true DSLR.

Now, the next best thing is,
PLEASEEEEEE...... somebody take this Fujifilm X-Pro1 sensor/electronics and shove it into some proper DSLR body with good lens support. ie Nikon or Canon, but I'd prefer Nikon cause they've actually being merged in the past.
(Anyone remember Fuji S1/S2/S3/S5 Pro Series?)

One killer DSLR with PDAF, dream like sensor, great lens support, great body and accessories (I like full sized DSLR, i got big hand).
What else you'd want (well maybe a reasonable price)?

Link | Posted on Jun 30, 2012 at 10:25 UTC as 24th comment | 1 reply
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