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AbrasiveReducer

AbrasiveReducer

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Joined on May 27, 2010

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  • Didn't Fuji have an infrared forensic camera before? I think I had one.

    On the one hand, it's nice to have choices and obviously there are multiple uses for this camera but on the other, there...

  • Didn't Fuji have an infrared forensic camera before? I think I had one.

    Since cameras already have more than enough megapixels and brands that use an AA blur filter have realized they can...

  • Didn't Fuji have an infrared forensic camera before? I think I had one.

    Since cameras already have more than enough megapixels and brands that use an AA blur filter have realized they can...

  • Looks sensational. Glad they didn't go out of business due to the white orbs. I should have saved the comments from those savvy DPR readers.

  • A last, when somebody sticks up a 7-Eleven, we'll be able to tell if it's man or a woman. That's technology!

  • Commented on Quick Review: PhotoKeeper article

    Why not? Potential customer feedback might be useful for a new product.

  • I think the problem is that Sony is an electronics company, not really a camera company. Consumer electronics manufacturers focus on adding as many buttons as possible and when they don't fit,...

  • How about a lens profile that turns files from the Otus into velvety LensBaby shots? That would be worth paying $120 a year.

  • The takeaway is that great lenses can be built anywhere but it's too expensive in Germany. While Sony squandered most of what they got from Minolta (and yes, Minolta had some superb lenses...

  • Maybe it's a generational thing but I'm amazed how many people make a point that it's just ten bucks a month--as if this will never change. "Dear Photographer, We're thrilled to announce some...

  • I suspect the cloud will eventually be incorporated into our lives like cell phones or cable TV. Everyone will have it, it will work everywhere and it will be like electricity or tap water.

    The...

  • It's the attitude. You can say "For my needs, the lens is too short." Or, you can say "I wouldn't want it if it was free!" It's the attitude.

  • If it really fit in a reasonably sized pocket, I'd agree with you. As it is, it's much better than other, cheaper cameras of similar size and not as good as slightly larger cameras. It's not...

  • If it really fit in a reasonably sized pocket, I'd agree with you. As it is, it's much better than other, cheaper cameras of similar size and not as good as slightly larger cameras. It's not...

  • I agree that in terms of ambitious design, as opposed to taking pictures, the Sony is a marvel. Being stuck on the image quality thing, I think Sony is almost there. Looking at the wide angle...

  • I agree that in terms of ambitious design, as opposed to taking pictures, the Sony is a marvel. Being stuck on the image quality thing, I think Sony is almost there. Looking at the wide angle...

  • As of 7/28, these bodies are going for $3000 (gray, of course) on eBay. If Canon feels the need to do this with a brand new camera, you can just imagine the shape the other companies are in.

  • This is the essence of DPR. "I don't like it myself" but I'll wait to read the reviews before I make a judgement.

  • The comment above is the essence of DPR. "I don't like it myself" but I'll wait to read the reviews before I make a judgement.

  • True, but people would not pay an extra $150-200 for a built-in finder.

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