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rrccad

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  • you had this theory in open talk and were soundly rebutted and put to shame. not sure where you get this idea from as canon and nikon have tons of lenses with next to no distortion, and it seemed...

  • second price drop in less than a year, not to mention almost continually running rebate programs; of course you wouldn't see those people here, nothing to complain about ;)

  • Good to see - with such a strong USD versus the Yen, you'd expect to see more of this.

  • not really .. he goes into what he feels the target market would be.. it's like shorts shooters using a 1DX - 99% of them in the field shooting sports are jpg shooting.

    dpreview jocks of course...

  • not really .. he goes into what he feels the target market would be.. it's like sports shooters using a 1DX - 99% of them in the field shooting sports are jpg shooting, no one has time to be...

  • not really .. he goes into what he feels the target market would be.. it's like sports shooters using a 1DX - 99% of them in the field shooting sports are jpg shooting, no one has time to be...

  • gist of the article was really the variance of ergonomics to suit either stills or video versus being what most have done to date which is shove video into a stills camera ergonomics.

  • gist of the article was really the variance of ergonomics to suit either stills or video versus being what most have done to date which is shove video into a stills camera ergonomics.

    you know.....

  • is it.. it really depends on where the apeture slows down, for example, the FZ1000 is only 2.8 from around 25mm to around 26mm.

  • is it.. it really depends on where the aperture slows down, for example, the FZ1000 is only 2.8 from around 25mm to around 26mm, and is at f/4.0 already at 175mm or so.

  • is it.. it really depends on where the aperture slows down, for example, the FZ1000 is only 2.8 from around 25mm to around 26mm, and is at f/4.0 already at 175mm or so.

    the FZ also records at a...

  • you totally missed the gist of the article didn't you?

  • from the panasonic FZ1000 manual:

    The 5-axis Hybrid Image Stabilizer function is not available when recording a motion picture with [Rec Quality] set to [4K/100M/30p]

    I dont know that kind of...

  • from the panasonic FZ1000 manual, page 196:

    The 5-axis Hybrid Image Stabilizer function is not available when recording a motion picture with [Rec Quality] set to [4K/100M/30p]

    I dont know that...

  • do you know they haven't?

    I mean do you know for a fact that canon didn't trial it out - canon trials out of their products.

    but there's things called NDA"s....

  • "grade FZ1000 though has 5-axis optical image stabilization which is available in 4K as well.

    i thought in some modes the FZ1000 did not have 5 axis - for the same reason, you't do software...

  • "FZ1000 though has 5-axis optical image stabilization which is available in 4K as well."

    i thought in some modes the FZ1000 did not have 5 axis - for the same reason, you't do software...

  • thanks for the update.. people will still cry.

    funny how the SAME people that are complaining in here are the SAME ones that complain that canon never innovates..

    it will be interesting to see...

  • sigh.. and rolls eyes. they do multi-sample and other things to get a larger DR range - similar to ARRI and others.

    did you use cripple enough without sending the time to even take a look at how...

  • sigh.. and rolls eyes. they do multi-sample and other things to get a larger DR range - similar to ARRI and others.

    did you use cripple enough without spending the time to even take a look at how...

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