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JordanAT

JordanAT

Lives in United States VA, United States
Joined on Mar 31, 2012

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  • I'll take a waist level finder over a viewfinder every day of the week.

  • I presume he means the grip which comes with the EU model. Apparently we Americans are so caught up in what the camera looks like, Canon decided to give us a svelte but useless grip, but let us buy...

  • The subjects are nice, but these make me really glad that the MkII I pre-ordered last summer was defective so that I could return it for a full refund.

  • These guys seemed to think it wasn't that big a deal. I tend to agree.
    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/f/fd/Hasselblad_1600F.jpg

  • Interestingly, there are a bunch of rocket enthusiasts out there today and capturing certain phases of flight with one of these is terrifically entertaining, and often useful. High power rocketry...

  • Commented on G7X-ISO125-IMG_0205 photo in dpreview review samples's photo gallery

    I didn't even look at the exif stamps.

    The truck in the two photos is the same truck, at different locations on the bridge. The conditions are similar enough that I didn't think it just luck that...

  • That's the RX100 MkIII (check the EXIF). Sadly, the links are mostly expired now.

  • Commented on G7X-ISO125-IMG_0312 photo in dpreview review samples's photo gallery

    I like it better than the LX100. Some of it could be more contrast added by the jpeg engine, but the details are better preserved. You can say that this is a function of the resolution, but I've...

  • Commented on G7X-ISO125-IMG_0220 photo in dpreview review samples's photo gallery

    Handheld with OIS?

  • Commented on G7X-ISO125-IMG_0205 photo in dpreview review samples's photo gallery

    Oh, how could you, Jeff? The photos with the G7X and LX100 were taken just seconds apart, but at significantly different fields of view. The trees have some really weird processing artifacts in...

  • Commented on 30_ISO400_ISO400_P1000192 photo in dpreview review samples's photo gallery

    There are lots of shots wide open at the other F/Ls, and (imho) they look very good, at least at the point of focus. It's the smaller apertures that bother me - soft, even at f/4

  • Commented on 28_ISO200_P1000166 photo in dpreview review samples's photo gallery

    The deep shadows are pretty uniform. Would love to see the RAW version.

    I'm noticing a lot of negative exposure compensation in these outdoor shots. Does the camera tend to overexpose?

  • Commented on 27_ISO200_P1000164 photo in dpreview review samples's photo gallery

    I can't say whether it's better or worse than the Sony cameras, which produce awful detail-destroying watercolor effect, but there's definitely some weird processing going on in the near field.

  • Commented on 20_ISO200_P1000103 photo in dpreview review samples's photo gallery

    Really? It looks disturbingly soft 1:1; none of the details are sharp, as if the focus point was not on an object in the frame, or there was a small amount of motion blur (which, of course, there...

  • Commented on 17_ISO200_P1000087 photo in dpreview review samples's photo gallery

    All of the big/landscape f/4 and above shots seem soft, which is disheartening. It makes me wonder if the lack of chromatic aberration - which should be jumping out of this backlit photo - is being...

  • The bokeh is pleasant and the images shot wide open are sharp at the point of focus, the high iso shots are pleasing, and I'm seeing almost no chromatic aberration (could be internally PP out, but...

  • Actually, the sensor size of the LX100 is almost identical to the Sony z6000. And by sensor size, I mean the size of each individual element which captures light - the pixel. Sony is about 3.92um,...

  • The LX100 has *Four Times* the light gathering ability. The only mitigating factor in Sony's favor is that their sensor designs tend to be more efficient per unit of light. It still bothers me...

  • The size advantage of the integral lens is staggering. You might suspect that the interchangeable lens teams are designing to be sold based on weight or volume given the massive size of the optics...

  • The last time I saw a parent at a football game with a 300mm lens faster than f/6 was...well, if you don't count me, I can't even remember. I don't think I've ever seen another parent with a DSLR...

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