Have you checked the price of Rokkor 58/1.2 recently?
If you shoot it wide open, then number of blades is irrelevant. If you close it down, there are countless legacy options in 35-50 range that'll probably blow it away at lower price while providing...
It's a little surprise riskinhos is so cagey about his origins. He is from Portugal, one of the poorest, most corrupt and underdeveloped countries in Western Europe.
@mosc - would you mind reducing your list to cameras equipped with working AF?
Please, enlighten us - what country do you hail from, you brave pugilist you.
Just higher prices
I am trying to understand whether you are being sarcastic or simply insane, but I can't.
What he says in his review may apply only to perfectly exposed and processed high end stock shot with pro glass. I scanned a ton of old family films with V700 and it equally easily resolves grain...
Is it principal to be such a man of principle?
Yeah, that was a BS answer.
I think he says that sensor quality does not matter until you put it into an AF-equipped camera.
Sadly, all that Nikon adapter gives is wireless control capability. No file transfer afair.
"We have a solution with the optional <...> WFT-E7A" which costs half of 7D2.
Please, make them big and expensive!
What, no monthly fee?
Why do you need 4k? To upload it to youtube in 480?
Were you planning to make love to it? Then why do you care how sexy it is?
@AstrotripperThe point is 5D3 can easily be obtained much cheaper. GH4 is not.@photofan1986It's good enough for anything unless you for whatever reason want 4k
The point is 5D3 can easily be obtained much cheaper. GH4 is not.
It's good enough for anything unless you for whatever reason want 4k
I am sorry but if you buy an A-mount camera you implicitly agree to use only native glass. Hence 55/1.8 for $1k.