I think basically sensor size / format size only effects dof when you put a lens on
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Another issue with an image stabiliser is that it takes a few seconds to settle. If you just point and snap, there a possibility that the gyros and elements haven't settled and you get soft images.
Nikonian linguistic analysis: the -10 suffix translates to 'fixing a problem'. The SB910 fixed the thermal issues of the SB900. The D610 fixed the oil spatter and banned-from-sale-in-China-debacle of the D600. The D810 fixes the problem Nikon had of producing both the D800 and D800E.
I wonder if there is a neuroanatomist-10 in the nikon forums...
perhaps we can start a poll for the most requested/needed feature changes and improvements
I propose a poll to see who among the CR members neuroanatomist, dilbert, or Aglet has provided the most helpful/useful/beneficial information to the other members of the forum. The one with the most votes earns a pat on the back, the other two are permanently banned from CR forums. I'll abide by the results if you two agree to do so as well. What do you say, gentlemen...are you ready to put your reputations on the line?
Another from Iceland. This is Gullfoss, the largest fall in Europe (I´m told). Quite spectacular.
5DIII, 1/640s, f5.6, ISO100, pola filter
Factor that into your portability equation. If I shot mirrorless, I'd burn through an average of five or six batteries per day while on vacation, versus one on my 6D. That pretty much balances out the weight difference by itself.
I can't help think that the f2.8 was slightly over exposing and the f4 is slightly under? There's a huge difference in the blue sky colour between them.
That's why I am asking. I don't understand where is the issue? So many are complaining about it, so it does exist, I just can't get it.
One word: dilbertland
Well saidEven photozone's at it now; comparing against the EF 50mm f1.2 L II !
What the 50L does well doesn't have a metric that can be easily recorded. That lens is about color, draw, bokeh, etc. and less about meat and potatoes forum fodder like sharpness, chromatic aberrations, distortion, etc.
However, the Sigma Art seems purpose-built to wow the forum crowd. If you are a sharpness junkie (who needs AF), you've found your lens.
Anyone that focuses on image quality always uses raw files at ISO 100 on tripod. Everything else is a compromise in one form or another.