and my TV can't even play 60p 4k
Why a "pro" must be obligated to use 20th century system to get his/her job done? With increasing number of touch/pen friendly advanced softwares, I see no reason for going back to mouse!
@faconeyes so its impossible to have a pixel with 200k capacity but only 0.5e read noise? A7s has this low read noise but only at extreme high gain, not at ISO 100
@robjons It will be
@Donald Chinfps, buffer, and goddamn pro controls
Weight reduction in 600mm is more intresting, only 720g heavier than its already weight reduced 500mm brother.
For this specs driven industry we're dealing with, its not that far
@Bhima78 I'm not saying iPhone overall output is better than m4/3 system, obviously. The question is, who on facebook even cares about noise, DR, dof and these things in your picture?
@photominion even at 30fps, with 1/500s shutter speed (which is needed for fast moving things), you only cover 0.06 of the event occuring in one second, %94 of that will be lost anyway. So a master...
Good luck keeping the focus on fast moving objects with that
Actually it was a smartphone feature that a camera company copied
isn't iPhone a better tool for that kind of shoot and share?
@GiklabWith PF glass, they can reach that and keep the size unchanged
Captured May 2, 2017? :-)
@Just a Photographer yea, competition is good, but it has no effect if companies are in not-even-care position. Nikon/Sony users enjoyed 2 stops more DR and much better shadow noise with their...
its amplifying the signal of pixels you don't know they are in shadows or highlight areas. why not just digitally amplify those you DO know are in shadows in post? :-) luminosity masks in...
fanboyism never stops. you mean our "medium"s are almost identical now? well, we were in this place before: film! Kodak was Kodak for everyone, and yet every camera maker had its own fans.
Shot noise can be reduced by downscaling or pixel binning, its like combining several of those tubes. However there is one another way: duplicate every photon as it enters the pixel before being...