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forpetessake

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  • He also missed this article he's responding to, because right at the top there is a chart showing the equivalent f-stops of the Panasonic lens somewhere between f/8 and f/11.

  • Probably people call it P&S because the image quality, and slow lens are typical for P&S.

  • Probably people call it P&S because the image quality, and slow lens are typical for P&S. In many respects it reminds the film era P&S superzooms.

  • If you want a superzoom, just get any lightweight Nikon/Canon DSLR and attach an 18-200 zoom to it and it will be ahead of this Panasonic in every way. Or if you want a mirrorless camera, get a...

  • "In terms of noise, the FZ1000 produces clean images up to ISO 800. You start to see some detail loss at ISO 1600 and 3200, but you'll only notice when viewing photos at or near 100%...

  • People obviously have no 4k equipment or they wouldn't be mentioning the cheap Chinese cr@p. The good quality 4k systems are expensive indeed.

  • @Death89 - it's absolutely incorrect conclusion. Equivalence is about lenses and has nothing to do with the sensor (other then area). You don't calculate equivalent lenses just because a new sensor...

  • @Death89: Equivalence is about lenses and has nothing to do with the sensor (other then area). You don't calculate equivalent lenses just because a new sensor is more efficient. You calculate...

  • After the detailed article about the lens equivalence one could expect DPR would stop writing "24-1248mm equivalent F2.8-5.6 zoom lens", but here we go again. I guess the advertising dollars are...

  • @GB: Richard Clark's measurements also confirm that read noise density depends very little on pixel density (pixel pitch), unless pixels become very small:...

  • @GB: I'm confused where you are going now. I assumed your comment was about 6 and 24mp sensors of the same size. And I simply mentioned that read noise doesn't depend on the pixel count, only on...

  • @GB: "Let's consider a 6 MP sensor and 24 MP sensor where each pixel has the same read noise (say 3 e-)"

    But the 'per pixel' read noise is not going to be the same. All things being equal the...

  • @Great Bustard "So, if two systems have the same read noise per pixel, then the system with more pixels will be more noisy if the same total amount of light falls on their respective...

  • Here is a hint for you. The sensor doesn't participate in equivalence calculations, other than its area you need to integrate the light flux over. The equivalence will work the same way with any...

  • Interesting, every day there are new 'debunkers' here rehashing the same arguments, the difference only in tone, but they all pretty sure they know they are correct. As somebody said, "the trouble...

  • There has been more than 1000 comments so far. What can be learned from them?

    1) Many people don't read, at least don't engage their minds while reading, but nevertheless they are quick to reply....

  • Reread the article again. The equivalence doesn't have anything to do with the sensor, other than its area. The equivalence is all about the lens and geometric transformations you need to do to get...

  • You think you revealed something about the article? No, you only revealed something about yourself.

  • Why don't you reread the article, because you're clearly demonstrating you didn't understand a thing.

  • You are correct, as the first approximation the pixel size doesn't really matter (as long as there is no additional losses on interconnect, crosstalk and other second order effects). If you cut a...

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