Mr Butler...BMW does have the S1000RR.
The biggest issue is software. Only if they could get third parties to jump in the raw processing.
Actual crop calculations:Stills horizontal resolution - 4608Cinema 4K horizontal resolution - 40964K horizontal resolution - 3840Crop for 4k video is:Cinema 4K - 1.125x4K - 1.2x
Actual crop calculations:Stills horizontal resolution - 4608Cinema 4K horizontal resolution - 40964K horizontal resolution - 3840
Crop for 4k video is:
Cinema 4K - 1.125x4K - 1.2x
Not a huge deal but recording 4K will crop your image by a factor of 1.2X. This will achieve a perfect 1:1 pixel/resolution ratio with no need for line skipping or scaling of video size.
4k will require a slight crop (1.25x) in order to get 1:1 pixel to resolution ratio.
They work like compact cameras. You turn on the camera, it expands...You turn off and it retracts.
Canon and nikon seem to have given up on APC primes.
Get a speed booster and it will become a 7.1mm f2.0 (or 14.2mm on FF camera)
Just get a longer lens.
I seen the comparisons, this lens has as much sharpness and contrast at f1.4 than the nikon 50mm f1.4G has at f5.6.
They shoot the full frame cameras at f11? I'm sure that kills the resolution.
EM-1 looks much better than the E-P5 (or E-M5) at high ISO..in fact, it looks better than the D7000. At ISO 25000, take a look at the playing cards in the night scene....lots more detail.I bet...
Makes all the NEX cameras look like toys.
Next up someone will attempt to use a brush and different color oils on canvas.
ohh sorry..thought this was the Q system!
This is a kick in the balls if for current owners of this new system.
This is a kick in the balls for current owners of this new system.
Would it be possible to use third party lenses vs OEM? Sigma 35 f1.4 comes to mind, also the Zeiss 50mm f2 Makro. This would be done for comparison purposes. Levels the playing field.
I wonder what camera was used to take the promotional image above.