Maybe. Or an extremely precisely made aspherical lens. But I think I agree with you here. After all, we already have millions of microlenses on sensors, making them a bit smaller still is probably...
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This is BRILLIANT!
Believe it or not, 1/2.3 is actually pretty large when it comes to camcorders and such.
The 65x number is simply a ratio between the wide and long end of the lens. Here, the Canon (and the Panasonic) lens starts at 21mm x 65 =1356mm
It's a preset lens, the aperture is controlled fully from the lens. And yes, I had it stopped down.It was a normal day so I'm not saying this works under darker conditions, but it's possible.
My K-5 II does in fact confirm focus with my 400mm preset stopped down to f/11. So the TC might at least confirm, if not even AF.
You don't even need to train. Buy this and you'll get used to it.
Hmm... I'd have to disagree with that order a bit... Since it's extremely difficult or even impossible to shoot wildlife with <200mm lenses reach comes first. Then accurate AF, then DR and...
It's the hardware from a Pixpro SP1, just moved around a bit and repackaged.
Hmm...http://www.photographyblog.com/reviews/sony_cybershot_dsc_h400_review/image_quality/Seems to be a similar sensor to the one above. In which case it is also VERY similar to the output of the...
I bet my left ball that 20MP sensor is also in their top-end Xperia phones. Just... WHY, Sony, why would you do that.
Pentax still support their PowerZoomlenses ;)Sadly, the best features are not available anymore :(
Pentax still support their PowerZoom lenses ;)Sadly, the best features are not available anymore :(
> basically, that is why we don't have spherical sensors yetAnd just maybe, because such sensors were really difficult to make?
> basically, that is why we don't have spherical sensors yetAnd just maybe, because such sensors were really difficult to make?Edit: Posted at the same time...