solarsky: Who owns JK Imaging and where are their headquarters located?
@ Sactojim: I simply wanted to know something substantial about this KODAK-licensee. Any problems with that are your own damn problems!
@Ed: I was referring to Mr. Bananas, who had posted before you. It wasn't an inschuld.
Thanks for finally enlightening our crowd here, Mr. Bananas.
Thanks for your precise reply.
Who owns JK Imaging and where are their headquarters located?
If Ricoh were to use two of these new 25 MP Sony multi-format mobile phone camera modules from the Xperia Z5 Premium, they could produce a 29 MP 360° image output, going by the way they will be using images of both modules at the current state of operation. That would be a very attractive resolution.
Any word about V-Log?
Dimit: Nice upgrade.Not worth 1k...have fun...
More like: lower it to match the price of the Panasonic LX100...
joe6pack: It is pretty cool to view 360 degree video on Youtube.
But then the content... All I see is the photographer having fun in a guided tour. It really is just what the NK want us to see. Maybe the photographer is used to censorship.
Censorship? In the totalitarian gulag state of Singapore? Unpossible.
Big Buddha was watching them, even back then
Thank you so much for going to such lemgths in order to create the proper support for Sigma-cameras, which should have been done right in the first place by the screw-yous at Adobe. I find it technologically fascinating that you prupose to actually use Sigma Photo Pro in the background for best conversion-quality of Foveon-files. We Foveon-Fans should go absolutely mad about your clever and distinct proposition. I sincerely hope that you get a huge support for MetaRaw!
SILVER??? On the short, but not on the long run. Here's why:http://www.visualcapitalist.com/portfolio/the-silver-series-the-history-of-silver-part-1http://www.visualcapitalist.com/portfolio/the-silver-series-supply-and-demand-part-2http://www.visualcapitalist.com/the-silver-series-investment-part-3
These folks (and alike!) should be prescribed SIGMA-cameras. That'd bring them down from their frenzies...
4 Ultra-pixels, oh my goodness ;-)...It's just a normal 2µm 4MP Bayer-Sensor combined with some "propaganda".So it only has an effective 1 MP true RGB-resolution.Totally lame. My Nokia 808 has a 1.4µm 41.48 MP Bayer-Sensor which gives me effective 10.37 MP of true RGB-resolution.HTC will just be trying to make the best out of additional well-capacity offered by larger sensor diodes and BSI-design. The rest is anything but "PureView", as clearly shown by the test photos from the HTC One which are circulating on the web.The whole concept of this phone's camera could have been a lot more interesting, if they had managed to integrate a 4MP global shutter sensor, instead of THIS old sham...
Fatality: DPreview instead of doing another review of a 2 megapixel upgrade from Nikon and Canon, how about doing a review of DP1 or DP2? These cameras have been around for a long time offering a totally different sensor technology, but there is not a single beep out of this so called "Photography Review" website. I had to go on different sites to see how these cameras brutally crush the competition in per pixel detail.
Users can do user reviews here, too! ;-) If they're good, they might even get shown on the start page.
peace of paper & some transparent sticky tape...
plasnu: In Japan, Sigma has just started cash back campaign for $250-600 for any who currently owns any sigma digital camera. If you own DP2 Merrill, you can buy DP3 Merrill for about $550.
And what if I own a DP2s?
In Europe they want 1099€ or what currently translates to 1447$THAT is one big huge leap from the US price of 999$Very reminiscent of the 3K$ vs. 3.1K€ for the RX1...
brelip: when are they adding retina display support?
Why? Apple's notebook screens employ 6-bit LUTs, hence only properly displaying 252k colors.It's totally unsuitable for any serious photo or video work, since there will always be drop-offs those screen's LUTs simply won't deal with right. Get a good external monitor and you'll be fine. Or alternatively a HP EliteBook with a HP DreamColor screen. That'll do the job, since it uses internal 12-bit-LUTs. That's a different world of color detail you'll be seeing there ;-)