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Third Party Manufacturers / Re: Nikon's 2.300$ D750 said to best 5DIII
« on: October 05, 2014, 02:04:25 PM »
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Visit http://www.luminous-landscape.com
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...the founder of the website is nikon user;  i did not know that he really used/chose canon as his system...

He used to use Canon as his system. He no longer does.

And on Canon's Explorers of Light...

http://www.d-65.com/blog/coming-home-to-nikon-the-story-behind-the-story/

Canon isn't what they used to be.

please think twice before saying, luminous-landscape is NOT owned by seth resnick, but michael reimann is.  however, seth resnick is a co-owner of d-65.

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Third Party Manufacturers / Re: Nikon's 2.300$ D750 said to best 5DIII
« on: October 04, 2014, 11:15:10 PM »
Visit http://www.luminous-landscape.com

The principal behind that website used to own and review a lot of Canon equipment. Going back as far as the EOS 1V. The 5DII was his last serious Canon camera.

Now, he not only doesn't own any but Canon products haven't feature on that website in many years now.

ah... i pretty much know this site since back in 2012, those days that i have started to learn using dslr, and registered to be a CR user to learn more from other members.  i even know pretty much everyone in those workshop partners, especially jay maisel (famous about using color composition) and john paul caponigro (canon's light explorer leader), etc.  the founder of the website is nikon user;  i did not know that he really used/chose canon as his system...

ummm... i think i now remember he was talking about mirrorless in a video and as i remember he did flip-flop about mirrorless and not mirrorless.  however, i am not a big fan of mirrorless since it is no more fun and challenge.

want to get a sure shot?  video it and then extract a frame out of it... but i am calling this as a cheat  ;)

i do not use low iso,  even i am shooting at noon.  below images were taking at high noon and my iso is not 100, 200, or even 300.  jay maisel hits street with iso 400 and up...

not even afraid of grabbing my canon 30d with 50mm f/1.4 for testing sport photography (today), still doable for the job but honestly still miss shots due to frame rate.  again, one point auto focus instead of all...

note:  sport photography is not really my interest, but heck... just for fun... why not...

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Third Party Manufacturers / Re: Nikon's 2.300$ D750 said to best 5DIII
« on: October 04, 2014, 04:31:54 PM »
Ah, you make me laugh.

because i am right and you speechless... lol...

If I were a smart r/d engineer that made lots of money, I'd have already bought a new Sony system.

negation/complement of smart is stupid (assume smart=1 and stupid=0; thus ¬smart is stupid)... if it was true, so why were you trying to educate us?

But photographers that I respect are no longer buying Canon or shooting with Canon. (Some never have but then they've never used Nikon or Sony either.)

If you're happy with your camera, keep it. The tide is starting to move and I think I'll swim with it, not against it.

might to name some of those who you respect?  i am courious  ;)  yep... just curious, but not switching since i am able to deliver images with any modern camera... however, NOT SONY - A COMPANY, IN HISTORY, SILENTLY INSTALLED SPYWARES/ROOTKITS INTO THEIR CUSTOMER SYSTEMS...

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Third Party Manufacturers / Re: Nikon's 2.300$ D750 said to best 5DIII
« on: October 04, 2014, 02:17:41 AM »
1. Yes, then I'll be able to come back and taunt you all with pictures that your Canon cameras can't match :D
2. Flash systems? For 99%+ of my shots I don't use a flash.

1. i am here and waiting for that day...  and sorry to say this to you... no, yours images can not compete with my images regardless your whatever systems, even with my set of canon 30d and 430ex ii that i use everyday...
2. ah, you cannot shoot available light properly, and you do not know how to use flash... what the heck have you been learning?  trying to get camera to do it for you?  and lean toward post process?  no wonder why all of them are crap images...

1. I just clicked "Auto" in LR and that's what it did.
2. As I've said previously, next year's tax refund for 2014 will be spent on Sony equipment and not Canon. I'm sick of this s**t and sick of waiting for Canon to fix their sensors.

1. back to previous one, number 2... ah... what the heck have you been learning in those previous years?  clicking on auto? lol
2. thought that you are smart, you understand sensor design in and out and you do not have money to buy camera now, have to wait for tax return?  i thought that you were r/d engineer who made lots of money?  ;D

...it's the Canon sensor saying "I can't do this, get an Exmor."

go and get it when your money comes and have fun with highlight sources, especially blue.  this problem can be fix in software/firmware, but expect to see down side from level of sharpness, noise and dr (your favorite)...  this is my prediction...

NOTE:  YOU STILL HAVE AN QUESTION TO ANSWER "DOES SENSOR MAKE CAMERA" FROM PREVIOUS POST.  THINK MULTIPLE TIMES PRIOR TO ANSWER...  :o

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ntLlU6U2-zM, or

http://community.sony.com/t5/Alpha-NEX-Cameras/Sony-a7s-image-sensor-problem-shooting-bright-light-sources/td-p/445268

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Third Party Manufacturers / Re: Nikon's 2.300$ D750 said to best 5DIII
« on: October 03, 2014, 12:00:41 PM »
...Do you get a 6D plus EF lenses or jump ship to the D610?..

my question is that i am holding 6d plus ef lenses while you are holding d610 or even d750... put black tape on your and my back lcds.  who will deliver better images?  i bet you that all your images will turn out like CRAPPPP...

want to have a bet?

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Third Party Manufacturers / Re: Nikon's 2.300$ D750 said to best 5DIII
« on: October 02, 2014, 11:50:28 AM »
Why don't you explain to me what I went through at that particular point in time of picture taking? I mean since you're going to judge me, why not lend your expertise into explaining how it all eventuated?

Note that you haven't once stopped to ask what I did or didn't do, etc, rather (like everyone else) just jumped in and attacked me. Actually none of you have. But then that is how bullies behave. Are you all proud of yourselves?

1. "why not lend your expertise into explaining how it all eventuated":  if you want, submit 5 of your new images here, i will make sure that your images will be evaluated by a group of people that most members here know.  or you want to use your existing images on CR?  however, a bonehead person like you will never sit down and learn, instead go around and talk crap.

note:  thought that i need to say it again... "do not go out and steal images and claim it yours since i might know..."

2. "jumped in and attacked me":  i attack you more than him.  why?  i simply do not like the way you are talking for years, same topic, same tones with same troll attitude...  as simple as that....

3. "Are you all proud of yourselves?":  i am not sure about him, but like i have said in the past, i am proud of mine, not over anyone else, but over your images.  why?  cause you have been using dslr much much longer than i do, but your images are still suck.

note:  keep trolling, i reserve for you the whole day today even i am at work...  see how nice i am... lol

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Third Party Manufacturers / Re: Nikon's 2.300$ D750 said to best 5DIII
« on: October 02, 2014, 01:24:09 AM »
No, the 5D3 sample is correct. The sensor in the 5D3 is almost the same as the 5D2 - complete with banding and noise. Canon did nothing to improve the IQ of the sensor between these two cameras.

so, according to dxo, both sony and nikon are both good at IQ when comparing to canon.  why don't you take any of them, i do not mind even if you are using D4s which has better focus.  i am going to borrow my friend 5d mark ii instead of using my 5d mark iii.  let see whose images are better... yours or mine...   ;D

with shooting candid images, your choice of:

1. sooc images, or
2. after post processing

pick one...  if you wait more, you will not have any more chances since my skills keep going up, not going down even though i am not a photographer...

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Third Party Manufacturers / Re: Nikon's 2.300$ D750 said to best 5DIII
« on: October 01, 2014, 08:26:55 PM »
The stuff Ross Harvy produces? That's art. It may be his job, but it's also his art.

i am not sure that images producing by ross harvy are considered as real art works (since art works take much of time to work on), but at least they are not to me after checking out all of his images (about 7000 images that he posts on his blog.  you can ask him to count all of them to see as if i am correct.  have you seen all of them? lol...)

i do not deny that all of his images are good, but all of them are still not there, to the point of stand out quality of art prints.  all of his posted images are simply documentary/journalism (style that i like).

additional thing is that he does not have his own proprietary styles, instead his style is mixing between cliff mautner, jonas peterson, etc... (but not even there)

for some of fine art work, see annie liebovitz's (someone previously mentioned), a photographer with disney-theme, or jay maisel for color art,  erik johansson for creative art, or even jakontil, a canonrumor member.  below are some of wedding art work, at least to me:










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Third Party Manufacturers / Re: Nikon's 2.300$ D750 said to best 5DIII
« on: October 01, 2014, 03:04:20 AM »
The reviewer made note of how the high DR at High ISO is so huge. So did the D750 get a high ISO DR boost over the D3S?

From what has been tossed around over the past month High DR is a low ISO thing, I have seen many test examples that show DR dropping hard at higher ISO. D3S & D800 included...

Check out the A7s...it has good low ISO DR (over twelve stops), but it also has excellent high ISO DR (it tops the 1D X, meets or beats it at every ISO, with as much as a 2-stop lead at ISO 51200). The D810 also does extremely well at high ISO, getting very close to 5D III performance with smaller pixels.

I don't know how well the D750 does, but I suspect it will perform similarly.

1. i personally DO NOT support a company, SONY, once SILENTLY put SPYWARE and ROOTKITS into customers' systems.  I do not hate hackers for doing this kinda things, but as a big company/manufacture, PUTTIN' SPYWARE AND ROOTKITS INTO CONSUMERs' SYSTEMs IS WRONG.  See following links:
    a. http://www.zdnet.com/antivirus-firms-consider-protection-against-sony-drm-rootkit-3039235702/
    b. http://blog.chron.com/techblog/2005/11/list-of-sonybmg-titles-with-rootkits/

note:  that might be the reason why government stops using SONY...

2. In term of auto focus and shooting candid, any sony mirrorless is not a match to any DSLRs (canon, nikon, etc...).  i am talking about single auto focus point, not all at once.
3. a7s has problems with bright light sources according to what i know from a friend of mine (note:  have not used this one, a7s, but did play around with a7 for around 4 hours just for fun and i personally do not like it.)
4. if sony produce good sensors, it would not try to go out and acquire number of sensor manufactures, the recent one is renesas tsuruoka fab.

...JUST A THOUGHT FOR A COMPANY THAT PROVIDES SPYWARE & ROOTKIT

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Third Party Manufacturers / Re: Nikon's 2.300$ D750 said to best 5DIII
« on: September 30, 2014, 07:34:50 PM »
Until I can look through a Nikon viewfinder and change ISO settings with my right index while also adjusting any other setting I need, I'm sticking with Canon.

Haven't you heard?  With a Nikon camera, you don't need to change ISO – just set ISO 100 and you're done.  In post you can push it to ISO 3200, with a SoNikon sensor that's easy-peasy and the IQ is still better than Canon.  Or so I've read somewhere or other...   ::)

lol... where is the like button... for example, see below image (from the site that was posted by another member and i am trying to request a raw file from the shooter since i am curious and i need to learn.)


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EOS Bodies / Re: High ISO Samples from the Canon EOS 7D Mark II
« on: September 17, 2014, 07:29:36 PM »
RAW… need RAW… why can't someone at Photokina snap some high-ISO RAW images and post?  Need to know if I should cancel my preorder.  Please??

i, so far, found one source that offers raw files, but not for high iso.  you might email matt granger (aka the nikon guy) to ask if he has them or not.  however, below is the link that offer raw files to download

   http://www.imaging-resource.com/PRODS/canon-7d-mark-ii/canon-7d-mark-iiGALLERY.HTM

about application to read these raw files, i do not know the answer.  i might try to find out later when i am home...

note:  however, these captures were done with beta camera.  there will probably more tweak at release...

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EOS Bodies / Re: High ISO Samples from the Canon EOS 7D Mark II
« on: September 17, 2014, 12:51:02 PM »
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Dilbert you should post pics to prove him wrong. Can I ask if you do can you also white balance and color correct so we can have that in the discussion as we'll.  :)

I'll have to find something that I've never posted anywhere else...

don't worry, my website list of renown photographers that i currently monitor and learn from does not have yours since you are not qualified LOL....

Ok, that's nice to know. Now did you want to add something meaningful or just be rude?

i'll take the second one, rude to the rude or rude to the troll...   ;)

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EOS Bodies / Re: High ISO Samples from the Canon EOS 7D Mark II
« on: September 17, 2014, 11:56:25 AM »
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Dilbert you should post pics to prove him wrong. Can I ask if you do can you also white balance and color correct so we can have that in the discussion as we'll.  :)

I'll have to find something that I've never posted anywhere else...

don't worry, my website list of renown photographers that i currently monitor and learn from does not have yours since you are not qualified LOL....

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EOS Bodies / Re: High ISO Samples from the Canon EOS 7D Mark II
« on: September 17, 2014, 10:44:25 AM »

I like the flower photo - the light is quite nice, but am I the only one who fails to grasp the point you're trying to make with it?

The subject of this thread are some hastily taken photos with questionable focus by a guy who it appears is attempting to drive traffic to his website where he sells stuff.

How is that gutsy? And how did that turn into a sharpness competition?

I don't get it.

1. first of all, i would like to thank you for your comment.  as you have mentioned, it is all about light hitting the subject, flower and the capibility of delivering all its details at that moment.  i took that one at a temple (Bao Quang) very close to my house...

2. well... technically he could sell information via saved logs if he intended to do so but i am not sure whether or not he is going to so since i am not him.  however, he does business and i am one of those curious about high iso capability and he is the only one who has those images so i don't mind to give him my information via request information/header

3. sorry, i was not the one who was starting about the sharpness.  normally, i just silently and secretly read and learn from this forum as others but this time, like some other times i just cannot stand in the way he has talked...

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