« on: March 25, 2014, 12:49:44 PM »
Thanks for sharing this.
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After doing this I messed something up with ML so I had to pop out the batteries and reinstall ML.
TomScottPhoto, on Flickr
It's a nice review to balance against the initial head-over-heels reviews, but to me, he is writing as a Nikon D800E devotee, trying his best to pick at the A7r (and by doing so, everything else including Canon). His conclusion is:
"The D800E, after two years on the market, still clearly produces the highest quality images I’ve seen out of camera other than Medium Format ones, and it does so clearly. It’s the best all-around camera I know of at the moment."
I might give D800E kudos as the best landscape-on-tripod camera but best "all-around camera"?
3x crop mode! i didnt know ML had done this! have they done it on all cams yet like the EOS M and 5Dmk3?
this is awesome on the t3i no idea why canon dropped it
It is so interesting to see all the excuses.There we go
One company has lower DXO scores due inferior read out and higher noise, less QE , lighter CFA . less good electronic signal chain = older sensor tech that was at the peak 10 years ago and before other companies start to make cmos sensors.
Now some people here are busy with trying to trivialize measurements as DR, low read out noise, high color resolution because Canon can not keep up in the sensor development with others.
And that is what DXO shows today
Given the antagonistic writing style and that the member/posts have been removed I guess the serial pest that shall not be named has been back again lol Good efficient work mods!
To my mind, you can't have a FF Canon without a 28-70.... It seems like the perfect lens, closely followed by a 70-200..
I think any landscape can look prettier or uglier, just changing the lighting. Then the position of the sun cause significant changes in colors and contrasts. A polarizing filter also makes an invaluable benefit for landscapes with water reflecting the sky. Speaking of ugly landscape, if you can make a very ugly picture like the one below, you can sell it for $ 4 million.
But...but...it has oodles and oodles of DR. And DxO gave it a very high score. It simply must be a better camera than anything made by Canon. You se , it is really about QE, FWC, and noise. All this lossy RAW file compression and posterization can kiss my posterior.
Plus, the D800E is just an antiquated mirrorslapper anyway.