My guess is, he doesn't even know it is a fixed aperture lens. Users are taking pics wide open all the time. There is no stopping down to increase sharpness.Luds34 said:neuroanatomist said:nightscape123 said:neuroanatomist said:nightscape123 said:However this seems like a camera that is geared heavily towards video yet it lacks the very basic 4k video that even most cell phones can do these days. I don't understand the logic here. Who would buy a such an expensive video camera that can't even handle basic resolutions?
You're right, just stick with your cell phone. They take great stills, too.
More and more people are. Even some wedding photographers are switching over to cell phones now.
Exactly. So leave this dump behind and head on over to iPhoneRumors.com. When you deliver your wedding stills and 4K video shot with a smartphone to the bride and she punches you in the face then sues for damages, don't blame us.
Have a nice life!
I laughed too. However, I made the mistake and googled "iphone wedding photography", it is a bit scary. The top link was an entire wedding shot with an iphone. The lack of subject isolation really starts to hurt my eyes after a while. And if the iphone wasn't enough, post processing with instagram for the final touch... ouch!
Be sure to follow that up with "8 Essential Tips For Beautiful iPhone Wedding Photography".