Didn't know it needed saving already.
Didn't know it needed saving already. Or at all.
Also, don't forget the 2-year EU warranty.
You are right, you do get ~66MP. Now I'm wondering what I multiplied by since I did square the crop factor...Oh well...
You are right, you do get ~66MP. Now I'm wondering what I multiplied by since I think I did square the crop factor...Or maybe I didn't. Oh well.
Actually, more like 9 MP.
Assuming what the Lytro people say is true, couldn't a really high-resolution Lytro sensor be used with software to "fake" a polarisation effect?
I shoot JPEG and use an SLR. U mad?
I shoot JPG and use an SLR. U mad?
>Taking photos and videos without looking like a terrorist or sex offender, maybe?>Device looks like a gunSarcasm?
>Taking photos and videos without looking like a terrorist or sex offender, maybe?>Device is held like a gunSarcasm?
I bet you can make a 1/1.7 sensor camera with those specs.
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.