We already know that the sigma is a great value. The Otus will show its "horns" when the 50+MP cameras come out. It is also a cinema quality build. That alone will double the price of a lens. I...
Image Samples. http://www.camera-pentax.jp/645z/compare.html
I guess it cant do 4k video as rumored.
I think you are assuming they always cut it close with the image circle. As with the nikon 35mm f1.8G, lenses sometimes cast a much larger circle than needed. If its an issue, it will only be with...
You are thinking of kenmore from sears. Kenwood makes mobile audio and such.
-4ev is quite good...but not sure how fast it is.
Best low light camera of all times?
Just a "bit" of horn tooting going on.
Agree with MGBLK. GO Pro Hero 3 also had terrible firmware and battery issues. It was a horrible product but im sure it sold more than any other (action) camera on the market. Panasonic seems to be...
I still only see 4 pages. Need to add the other 6.
Go Pro does a much better job with marketing. You just want to buy the camera because of the footage, excitement and emotion in the videos. This Panasonic camera is much better but they already...
They do make at least one crap lens (or maybe all made for Tmount) Samyang 650-1300mm MC IF f/8-16 and the 500&800mm mirror lens but all the DSLR mount lenses are very good and the best value on...
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.