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Plastek

Plastek

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Joined on Sep 4, 2010

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  • This is actually innovative. Very. It's the first time anyone patented liquid lens for DSLR. Till now every patent was either about smartphones or small sensor phones.

  • Fair enough. Each person got it's own margin of what is considered acceptable and what isn't. And yes: we both agree that at this ISO lens can't really help A6000 with anything.

  • Interesting, cause many people seems to be saying that Sony is the one showing most details (which makes sense considering that they used the best lens on that body).

  • Modern APS-C sensors on a market are all the same - plus minus a millimeter or two. AFAIK even Sigma stopped using their weird iteration of APS-C, and besides - Sigma is meaningless from the whole...

  • As if there would be an APS-C camera on a market that jumps ahead of FF. You can't cheat physics.

  • Good question.
    It's already been a while since A77 II release and still no review? Disappointing. Especially if you consider that Sony basically changed everything inside of that body comparing to...

  • BSI-CMOS APS-C sensor won't have any notable advantage over standard, front-illuminated one. For back-side illuminated sensors to show real gain you need a high pixel density. Think: 40+ MPx on...

  • ISO 12,800 is useless on all of these cameras. It doesn't really matter which one is slightly better or worse.

    But yea, more images are needed for any final judgment, though certainly Canon did...

  • People compare different characteristics and different spots on a photo so they get different results. And yes - difference is slim, but not that slim (1-2% is impossible to perceive. Even...

  • People compare different characteristics and different spots on a photo so they get different results (ok, then there are fanboys, but that's a different topic). And yes - difference is slim, but...

  • People compare different characteristics and different spots on a photo so they get different results (ok, then there are fanboys, but that's a different topic). And yes - difference is slim, but...

  • Wow, someone's epeen got hurt.
    Apologies.

  • You're not the only one posting, so....

  • Switch to RAW, ISO 6400, go to bottles at the bottom center of the screen. You should see a difference there between 7D and 7D mkII quite clearly. Less color noise, less luminance noise, more...

  • From what I see comparing 7D mkII with Nikon D7100, Sony A6000 and Pentax K3:

    Difference is clear in RAWs right from ISO400 - Sony's the worst one, then Canon, Nikon and Pentax are roughly...

  • From what I see comparing 7D mkII with Nikon D7100, Sony A6000 and Pentax K3:

    Difference is clear in RAWs right from ISO400 - Sony's the worst one, then Canon, Nikon and Pentax are roughly...

  • A77/mk2 is a clear competitor to 7D. It's identical market sector, at the release it got very similar price point, and a very similar feature set (though each camera got different strong...

  • @Menneisyys - the best kit zooms, few great primes, and that's pretty much that they have to offer. Sorry, but I hesitate to call that thing Fuji got a "system".

    @theprehistorian - you're looking...

  • Not really. Seems like Sony is a new looser in the high ISO image quality.

    Good for Pentax though - It still got top of the line high ISO performance comparable with Canon.

  • "they both are very noisy at 12800 ISO" - Every single APS-C and smaller sensor camera is. Heck - even Full Frame is "very noisy" at this ISO (yep, including A7s and DF).

    What you need is not...

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