Obviously most of the comments here simply reveal that very few DPR readers have any idea how much broadcast equipment costs.
Presumably illegal to use these in UK urban environments without cumbersome legal requirements?
"BeyondRAID"Which tells you all you need to know really.
!00% guaranteed anti-climax to follow.
The race to the bottom continues.
mwstebbinsHow are you going to handle it if you encounter something that's actually a serious problem?
The one at the head of this page seems to have been exposed to favour the window frame... I haven't looked at any others since just about every camera produced in the last few years is capable of...
The "slag" will get you every time you try to "capture the moment" no matter how low you set the "shuttle speed" when you're doing that "fight photography". Phew; it's all so awesome.
"Never give a sucker an even break"W.C. Fields
The continuing sheer absurdity of this line shows up the irrational market for photographic products .
The Samyang lens is also probably 93% as good. I think that Zeiss should have named this lens range "Priapus" rather than "Otus".
Unfortunately, like the rest of us, you're getting older: the quote is from "Matty Groves", not "Tam Lin". Both songs rendered wonderfully by Fairport Convention in their prime. Is it just me that...
":) Maybe its Schrodinger's cat ?"Possibly: the camera certainly uses a "Heisenberg" sensor.
Having been creating spherical panos for many years - quite a bit of it commercially, I'll believe this works properly when I see it. Unless it defeats the laws of optics - namely parallax errors -...
I'd buy this without hesitation for it's unparalleled shallow DOF ability were it not for the fact that nowadays I shoot MFT and I think that adding an adaptor would make the whole rig a bit unwieldy.
I'd buy this without hesitation for its unparalleled shallow DOF ability were it not for the fact that nowadays I shoot MFT and I think that adding an adaptor would make the whole rig a bit unwieldy.
Looks to me like a ludicrously expensive way of creating a fairly small amount of RAID storage in a cosmetic package. I can see that some people might need this for highly critical location work...
Well, whoever's responsible is certainly going to give it a rest for a while now that the news is being broadcast that Mr. Plod's on their trail. They can then resume once the hue and cry has died...
" once you get used to the "fat" files from the D800 there is no going back :-)"So don't bother going "forward" then.
That's about right. The almost complete failure of 3D TV in favour of higher resolution, and hence larger screens, is a similar phenomenon. However if demand existed solely for what is actually...