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They have more to lose if they're blatantly lying, you mongoloid
>>3061268 >this is what fanboiz really believe
Yeah, you're right, there's not going to be any backlash if a company lies about their product and the consumers and reviewers find out about it, every person on the planet are a part of the big Sony conspiracy and you're the only person who can see the light!
>>3061275 >what is marketing >what is the fact that most people are fucking idiots and forget about a product's failure to live up to the exact specifications exactly
Wrong. Check the vid again you tard. This isn't some dumb mirror dinosaur. 20FPS shooting looks exactly as though you weren't shooting.
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Some India pics from my vacation.
Fuji S5 Pro, Sigma 10-20mm (the first version produced) And the 18-55 VR II Kit Lens.
>>3060519 >And I've yet to use any other camera that has as good color accuracy / reproduction as the S5.
but noisy grain at ISO 640?
I would grab a S5 and do the conversion. The D200 and D70 weren't far apart in their dynamic range / colour reproduction. and the S5 is miles better, and pairs nicer with Photoshop's temperature settings. (I had to use Jpeg and custom WB on the D70 otherwise the natural color balance was completely out of range of Photoshop's temperature slider)
I haven't looked but S5's should be dirt cheap now.
Dude the noise get's bad after ISO 200. It's not a camera designed to go above ISO 100. For such a low MP count (6) It's terribly grainy. But it was designed to do studio / skin tones well. And I think it is just a nice coincidence that it's good for landscapes as well.
On eBay they're going for about $350-450+
Not really worth it to me when I'm investing on lenses for my full frame camera but good to know. Thanks for the info.
what does a camera for infrared conversion need? can i just grab the cheapest dslr for my system and perform surgery on it or what should one look into before doing that?
also Vincet do you have some Website or social media to follow?
I remember that some sensors have a filter that can't be swapped because it's literally glued on. So definitely spend some time on Google first.
I always paid for the conversion rather than risk it myself. So buying second hand infrared cameras is handy to avoid the liability risk.
Keep in mind not all lenses work well with it. Older more metal lenses are usually worse. Newer cheaper plastic lenses like the 18-55 VR II work great. But they also vary....
Went to the San Diego Zoo and took snapshit
Nigga I have an f/1.2 lens doesn't mean I use it wide open all the time
Some of these settings are fucked up, iso cranked up for no reason at all. Are the animals really moving that fast for you to have such high shutter speeds in every photo?
especially, for example
oh shit used the wrong one for the example now i'm going to look dumb as fuck. Meant this one
You are right there is no reason
I just left it on aperture so i could be lazy and not have to worry about settings
In terms of image quality, I don't think it made a difference
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1.2 is insanely shallow for using even more than 1/2 the time you have it
yes $12 would have been amazing, but maybe it keeps admission rates lower..
Could you imagine if Disney was $40? That would be a shit show
>>3060922 >is that shit on it's hand?
I cannot say no
>>3060255 >foreground, mid ground, background
Thanks for reminding me, that is something i failed to look for and include
this is my childhood camera, 110 film isw all my mom shot, is it extinct
looking through some ebay listings, yeah, it still exists. Have fun
Why don't you make your own? Do you have spare cassetes?
Recommend me LED continuous panels, /p/. Right now I'm using this ghetto SAD light and a couple reflectors in a clamshell, and frankly it's a pain in the ass to have to reposition objects between shots, though at least the results look nice. I have more budget to fund this than time to research it, but it seems like there's a large disparity between various studio light solutions; a lot are cheap as shit, and others pretty damn expensive. Looking for a setup that is $600 or under. I already have one quality light stand, could get another of the same kind and then mount the panels to those. Need softboxes too.
t;dr what brands are shit and what brands are gud for LED studio panels
This is the best picture taken with a Sony in the last 12 months
Here are some gems
fuck off mate :)
Fuck this is autistic - I hope you guys realise that most shots that win a Sony World Photo Award aren't actually taken on a Sony.
If you're going to get into this gearfagging mindset, look at Magnum, most photographers use Canon, Nikon AND Fuji more than Sony cameras.
Sonycuck butthurt because Sony users are too crap to win awards sponsored by their own potentate
Wouldn't it make sense for Sony to acquire Sigma's sensor and other non-optics business?
With Sonys silicon foundries and software development capabilities, a full frame 126MP (42x3) stacked, backlit foveon sensor would drastically improve low light performance and with proper firmware development, allow for more reasonable file sizes to deliver the highest color quality digital images period.
Even with a 24.2MP APSC or 35mm base layer size, it would still deliver IQ and color characteristics of the gods and open the door to medium format development that would btfo hasselblad and phase one.
It would be an investment, but bayer sensors are at the point where the only way to deliver better image quality is to use larger sensors with megapixel counts that create file sizes rivaling smaller foveon sensors at parity image quality. Besides at points, FPS, and other memes, the only way forward for digital now is to take the leap to match film for color quality and provide superior fine detail.
The RGB layers don't just capture RGB. Red layer captures all colors. Green layer captures all colors. Blue layer captures all colors.
This is the reason they switched to the Quattro design, to make efficient use of this phenomena while improving low-light performance.
Leica does just that.
>>3060863 >You could also use mirror lenses
And for astro photography is makes a lot of sense.
I think most astro CCD's are in fact monochrome.
>>3060825 >having to get through two layers of sensors before hitting the red layer.
I guess that explains the image quality, lol
I just nabbed a mint DP2 Merrill on eBay after selling my Sony e mount 28mm f/2, which paid for it. I'm so hype to shoot with it.
The Merrills cost as much as a good landscape lens on emount so if this works out I'll sell my wides and just keep the A7ii for portraits/50mm lowlight. After comparing landscapes from the dp Merrills to A7riis I'm sold. Sigma looks like it made an amazing product for the price.
Supposedly the rationale is the long red wavelength has greater penetration power than the short blue wavelength.
This all works very well as smart marketing to fool school children who knows just that from their physics class.
We don't know how efficient it is, or what other caveats it has, as per this Anons claim
apparently it isn't as all a dance on roses, apparently some of the red is indeed lost to the blue and green layers.
It's viable to buy this camera?
I have seen that everyone wants one, and i really want and instant camer, it's a guy model or should i buy another?
Thanks by the way, i'm new on the camera world :)
I'll take your advices!
Thanks for your time!
>>3059783 >looking at dildos
G A Y
or just buy an instax printer sp2 and shoot with your phone ;)
got the instax 90
more expensive but honestly I got it for extra features and cause it doesn't look like a toy. double exposure can yield some pretty cool images and you can do night photography with longer exposure shots there are tons of reviews online
>>3060305 >>3060174 >>3059646
These three posts feel like super budget shilling from India.
I thought Fuji had more money than that? Don't they pay off a bunch of reviewers every release?
Edit this Image.
I know that it is a really hard concept for some of you, but resize the image phaggot.
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it's not 1999 anymore, get with the times mr 56k
It is in the sticky. Follow the rules of the board.
>>3061352 >following rules >on 4chan
wow. wonderful. we have hit red level meme
Alright /p/ time to help me pick out my next camera. (B4 sell your gear and get "_brand_")
Been photographing for 10 years now, and 5 years getting actually paid for it! I'm gaining steam but have limited funds on my next upgrade. I don't do sports and have done two weddings, gobs of portraitures/ headshots, an engagement shoot, tons of product shots (mostly restaurants). Given that is still going to be my subject(s), what do you recommend?
I'll add further factors by saying I'm a Canon shooter and have a 5D mk II and lenses including, EF 50mm f/1.4, 100mm Macro f/2.8, 17-40mm f/4, 70-200mm f/4, and 24-105mm f/4...So I have invested some money into glass covering that brand. Canon is the first go-to with only a max of $1000, what route should I take. Also, I'm aware Sony can also be an option, but I'm worried about the battery life, the compatibility, and the Fotodiox adapter hunting in AF.
I know there's a lot to unpack here but I just want to make a good decision that will last for a projected 4/5 years of use. Any help would be appreciated, and thanks in advance for any help or leads. Be back in a few hours to check recommendations, if any.
Misunderstood you entirely, my bad.
>>3061350 >>3061321 >>3061320
Fuck, I'd like to changet my comment here. I checked my a7r firmware and noticed it's grossly out of date. I updated it, and now the AF works great with the metabones adapter.
Sorry for the confusion. A7 should work fine
Oh lord, so you personally would recommend Sony, and at that an a7 or a7R...ok
Buy a RZ67
Yeah, I'm a retard. It works fantastic. HOWEVER I still agree with the guy above saying that 1k is a bit low for a budget. I'd say save up a bit and grab a used a7ii from b&h. I think you'll enjoy that a lot more. It's got the 5 axis stabilization in the body, and would be more worth the upgrade in my opinion.