I think he went back on his meds.
Seriously? It's a historical item.
But you computer on the internet isn't?
equivalent dof does not equal exposure. There is no film/sensor size format switch on the side of a light meter.
Ironically, it was Kodak that put easy access cameras into the hands of the masses. IT's just that they totally failed in changing their business model with cheap cameras and making money from film.
Always the Showbox. I'd rather have some superzooms in there than the tons of cellphones being held up.
f stop is a lens property, and just a formula at that. f2.8 is f2.8 no matter what. Is there a "1", µ4/3, APS-C, FF" switch on the side of your light meter? No there isn't.
Sony is a fabulous electronic company... not so much in the lens dept.
That's only a f2-2.8 ff equivelent- pffft ;)
My girlfriends sister is on one of those teams, and I bring my E-M5 with me on occasion, and I always spot a guy that I *think* has a µ4/3 camera- heh confirmed!
"It sickens me that you actually know little facts about the case, yet choose sides based on stereotypical liberal bs." Agenda much?
it's a studio video camera. there a lot of things you don't understand.
Except if you're using a FF 4K camera... you're probably not going to use AF on a lens, it'd be manual focus.
"some people stuck thinking in brand too much." I think the irony of your statement is lost to you
To be fair- you're whining.
To be fair- a K3 review probably requires a bit more effort than reviewing a camera strap.
"Pentax was never a big player in 35mm film camera" You have no clue what you're talking about.
Hopefully the bidders know that none returned back from the moon- they're still up there. Though, if someone were able to bring one back, that's be quite the high price at auction.
Hopefully the bidders know that most never returned back from the moon- they're still up there. Though, if someone were able to bring one back, that's be quite the high price at auction.
Hmmm, I could really go for some wine right now.