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  • I didn't look up the EXIF for any of those (couldn't find it actually). But if some of them are shot at ISO's reasonably too high for DX then I stand corrected about the shots not demonstrating...

  • I didn't look up the EXIF for any of those (couldn't find it actually). But if some of them are shot at ISO's reasonably too high for DX then I stand corrected about the shots not demonstrating...

  • None of those photos made me think, "Wow you can't get that with an APS-C, pardon me, DX, sensor DSLR.

    That said I enjoyed the photos themselves.

  • OMG - ROFLMAO!!
    I guess the gearphile in me is slightly disappointed, but truthfully I don't really care. I sooooooo have more gear than I really need.

    Ooh, what's that I see outside my window...

  • I'm inclined to think a lot of people's expectations are way out of line here.
    Canon's offering a true ultrawide lens at a price point that halves the previous price floor.

    I've used this lens a...

  • I'm inclined to think a lot of people's expectations are way out of line here.
    Canon's offering a true ultrawide lens at a price point that halves the previous price floor.

    I've used this lens a...

  • I'm inclined to think a lot of people's expectations are way out of line here.
    Canon's offering a true ultrawide lens at a price point that halves the previous price floor.

    I've used this lens a...

  • Does RAW actually offer benefit in smartphone-size sensors?
    RAW has real benefit with DSLRs and regular point-and-shoot type cameras because the image sensor can capture a larger range of...

  • Does RAW actually offer benefit in smartphone-size sensors?
    RAW has real benefit with DSLRs and regular point-and-shoot type cameras because the image sensor can capture a larger range of...

  • Does RAW actually offer benefit in smartphone-size sensors?
    RAW has real benefit with DSLRs and regular point-and-shoot type cameras because the image sensor can capture a larger range of...

  • Does RAW actually offer benefit in smartphone-size sensors?
    RAW has real benefit with DSLRs and regular point-and-shoot type cameras because the image sensor can capture a larger range of...

  • Commented on Sony a6000 Review preview

    Interesting replies.
    I agree on principle, that it generally sucks when a new version of something loses something that a previous version had.
    But I can't help feeling that the level gauge was...

  • Commented on Sony a6000 Review preview

    Interesting replies.
    I agree on principle, that it generally sucks when a new version of something loses a feature that a previous version had.
    But I can't help feeling that the level gauge was...

  • Commented on Sony a6000 Review preview

    Why do people make such a fuss over level gauges?

    Activate the grid (if the camera has it), pay attention to horizontal or vertical elements in the composition and visually align them to the grid....

  • Commented on Sony a6000 Review preview

    To those who are making a fuss over the level gauge: WHY?

    Activate the grid, pay attention to horizontal or vertical elements in the composition and visually align them to the grid.

    In my...

  • On page 7 in the Raw Improvements section they state that their RAW-processed version of a picture had "less false color" than the corresponding camera jpg. What is "false color"? I've never read...

  • There's the mount conversion service too, which I believe the 18-250 does not offer. Fair enough. I still like my 18-250. (And actually prefer its cosmetics. :-)
    I wonder if the focus ring on the...

  • Retzius, Sigma's 18-250 serves the purpose you describe.
    So what's the point of this new 18-200?
    It will need to be either substantially better than the 18-250, or substantially cheaper. But the...

  • What is even the point of this lens? Sigma's 18-250 is still pretty new, far from obsolete. Is this new 18-200 supposed to be better? Or just cheaper? But the 18-250 is hardly expensive.
    I have...

  • Let's see, same lens, sensor and IIRC processor as the P7700. Is there any reason to expect image characteristics to any different from the P7700 (ie, excellent)?

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