Great job. Amazing photo.Oh yes, lovely picture.
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Great job. Amazing photo.Oh yes, lovely picture.
Mikael, you just proved J.R. right! Please do yourself a favor and re-read his note and then re-read your response. You keep doing this. You know quite a lot but do not take to time to review your writing.
You are quite provocative against me, with a answer like that, if you understand, your answers had been different
JR point out one thing there Im wrong
Im used to discuss facts at Dpreview, luminous-landscape, DXO, fred miranda and I have newer met a answers like "As usual, you appear to be right whatever Mikael would like us to believe so ... What's the point?" this shows only poor knowledge..
There seems to be a big problems here when Im questioning for example Neuro, Jrista answers.
I don't for one second doubt your knowledge of cameras. You come up with interesting and good information usually.
My humble suggestion to you is that you should use the preview button while posting and read carefully what you write so that incorrect / incomplete information is not supplied. My problem with you arose at the time of the "Half The Photons" discussion where, from your posts I got the impression that changing the ISO would somehow change the photons hitting the sensor. I'm sure you knew fully well that changing the ISO does not change the number of photons hitting the sensor then why the charade? What's the point of your expertise if you ultimately end up confusing people - Well you may very well say I'm a noob but there are a number of noobs on CR who log on only to look for some help?
Every time you have landed up in an argument was because you initially posted something which is incomplete / incorrect and when this was pointed out instead of simply agreeing that you missed out on something, you have adopted the "me against them" approach. Constant posts containing phrases "you don't understand how a sensor works", "poor knowledge", "you have no clue" are in bad taste and are sufficient to get people riled up.
Not having English as your first language doesn't help matters either.
BTW, If you are right, there is no need for you to "prove yourself right" - there are sufficient intelligent people here who will agree with you.
Neuro, Mt Spokane, wickidwombat and the others get a lot of respect here coz they try to help without insulting anyone.
JR WROTE :I got the impression that changing the ISO would somehow change the photons hitting the sensor. I'm sure you knew fully well that changing the ISO does not change the number of photons hitting the sensor then why the charade? I'm sure you knew fully well that changing the ISO does not change the number of photons hitting the sensor then why the charade? What's the point of your expertise if you ultimately end up confusing people //
Change TO HIGHER iso means shorter time/f-stop compare to earlier iso, higher iso, GO from 400 to 800 = shorter time or more f-stop =halving the hitting photons increase amp gain
CHOSE Lower the iso means go from 800iso to 400 iso =1 STOP longer exposure time or open up 1 F-stop = let DUBBLE photons hit the sensor = decrease the amp gain
Changing iso = TIME/F-STOP CONTROL THE numberS of photons TO HIT THE SENSOR
DO YOU NOW UNDERSTAND? IF NOT FEEL FRI TO ASK
It is very difficult to discuss with people who do not understand the most basic things
and you can call what ever you want
when I was writing here first time I was insulting by two people who where wrong - and it is still going on from one person.
SO again, point out where Im wrong
RX100. Best compromise from size, weight and most important: image quality. I simply love this little tool. And has also a certain stealthquality....So many people like the RX100! sanj is going to be a happy person!
How lovelyAgree. That is the "I have no baggage and I don't even know that..." smile. Need to get back to being a kid.
Nokia cell phoneFirst, the corporate portrait. That is as perfect a headshot as I've ever seen -- and exactly the kind of perfection I'd expect to see from Canon. Imagine being the photographer charged with doing their management headshots!I downloaded the file and notice that all the metadata was stripped from the photo.
I wonder what camera was used to take it?
Who cares! I am downstream (in the line of the bird's flight). I have an assault rifle. I shoot the bird. I have a charcoal grill ready and primed. I marinate both (after removing the feathers and descaling etc.). I grill them. Now I get to eat the bird and the fish!Press and pray is not my style... If i wanna be somewhat professional id at least get a 5D.
I find "press and pray" to be a very derogatory reference to a very usefull tool.
Follow this scenario....
On the riverbank we have three people taking pictures of a osprey fishing. We have Neuro, with a 1DX and 600mm lens, we have me with a 1Dx and a 600mm lens, and we have my neice with a point/shoot.... Neuro has the presence of mind (and probably has scans to prove it ) to set his camera for burst mode at 10 frames per second... I rely on pushing the shutter quickly, and my neice has to wait a few seconds between pictures......
The Osprey swoops down and snatches up a fish...... Neuro has about 15 shots to choose from as the fish is picked up out of the water.... I have 3 or 4.... my neice gets one from a second after the grab. Who do you think got the nicest shot?.... And as an asside, who do you think is going to be the most excited and happiest with thier picture?
The new Photodo do not show any longer the old MTF tests manage by Lars Klellberg the founder of Photodo, since years back Photodo owns by a UK companyPlease start your own threads if you want to argue a point that does not directly apply to the threads you usually write into. Please do not hijack threads of others. Please stay on topic on other's threads. It is simple politeness. We are a community. Please help build it. We ALL share this great forum. Contribute. Life is about sharing. Not about who won an argument!
You should find this very informative. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SsPYqxXNMJ0Thank you! Looking at the video I figured what I meant by saying "It looks washed out towards the edges of the bottle and the glass". See, in the video, he puts a light in the background and that gets the outer shape to show up... I guess it is like shooting a portrait of a model in a studio (not that I have done any - just seen great pictures on this forum) where a background light accentuates the model's hair - or glass in this case
A rubber band+100
There is no reason not to have FF cameras except production cost. that will be solved in the future and hopefully all cameras will be FF. Tough i guess APS-C will still always be around. I mean "back in the days" everybody was fine with 35mm film alsoAnd the promised f8 AF fix!
A good step Canon Just get 1.4TC for reach...
Wondering why would Canon, Nikon would NOT measure actual lenses?It's a numbers game. If they produce ten thousand lenses of a particular lens (I picked that number out of the air - I could be waaaaaaay out on that one...) and each MTF chart has at least eight squiggles, and each squiggle needs at least fifteen points (with zoom, double that - two charts...) that is a lot of points! So which point do you publish? Best? Worst? Average? Median? Mode? I guess simpler not to publish and statistically QA lenses assuring quality is as expected...