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What's the 50/2.4 for? It seems like a narrow aperture for 50mm, unless it's macro, or maybe just super-cheap. It doesn't look super-cheap.
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20/20 vision is by definition average. I'm a little better than that, but when I say that the difference between 1080p and 4K is blatantly obvious, I have confidence that it will be just as obvious for the average person reading this.
I also find the difference to be blatantly obvious.
I checked out the 4k TV display at an electronics store, and I was floored.
Unfortunately, at least for upgrades, my current set still works (and I hope it keeps working for a while).
The next one will have to be bigger... 63" isn't big enough. So glad I didn't buy a smaller set.
Viewers can't tell the difference at normal viewing distance, you have to be close, like 5 ft or less. That's why video stores arrange them so that you will be close to the screen. At 10 ft, it makes no difference.
"If you know of any other extremely fast lenses, please share it with us.
Df is too bulky with too many buttons.
In fact it looks like it could be painful in use. Big, heavy, bulky and look at that grip....
It's not 'retro' design but 'reverse' design (reverse as in backward).
QuoteJessica Claire has a blog post with some good photos made with this lens:http://www.jessicaclaire.net/index.cfm/postID/263/Wedding-with-DJ-Brittany-Rod
What BEAST of a camera is she using to get a shutter time of 1/12000 s ?!
My canon 1D classic does this!