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Go /p/ro:
• Please post images that are JPG format and ideally smaller than 1 MB, and/or about 1000 pixels on the longest side.
• Expect to be judged harshly. Learn to deal with it.

Want:
• We come here for photos, so post yours as often as possible, even if "image unrelated" to your text.
• "Flickr/500px/Tumblr/Facebook/Portfolio" threads are for critique and networking.
• Use "Recent Photos" threads if you are shy or only want to post a couple of photos.
• Shared raw files which we can collectively edit for discussion of post-processing techniques, are encouraged.
• Use the Catalog to consolidate similar topics (photographic themes, images or technical gear threads).

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Anybody else here do drone photography? What do you fly, post your pics?
I'm gonna grab some breakfast and fly around in this shitty overcast morning, anything you guys wanna see pics of?
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>>3865915
Need some burgerbros to weigh in here, no idea about US laws.
EU drone laws also have this grace period where one will be able to use Air2/Air2S in a category that sort of allows flying more or less close to people until 2023, then it's 150 meters minimum for them. I don't much like pestering people but it still was a dealbreaker for me, wouldn't want to always be on a lookout for an overeager cop in case they start enforcing this (they really don't these days, I hear the regulations are still messy and fresh enough that they're not sure of them themselves. Went with Mini 2 as a result, has the least restrictions. No question that Air 2 is better in almost everything else.
Still, 2023 is far enough for some not to worry about it, they can fly the thing for years and sell it (though the price would probably go down a lot by then).
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>>3850864
do only chinese companies make this shit?
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>>3866125
They make the best shit at the moment and they make all the components for the expensive custom companies.

Blame your daddy and his workmates that were able to outsource to get better bonuses at the cost of a weaker country.
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air 2s shows up tomorrow through fedex :) hope it shows before sundown so I can fly it for a little bit

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Blast from the past edition

Old thread: >>3861192

>All discussion and questions related to gear should take place in this exact thread
>Redirect other gear-related threads to this thread
>Remember to be polite.
>This is the thread in which you can be a gearfag

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DJI needs to get their shit together, they're getting wrcked by nerds in the schience lab.
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>>3866301
DJI will trickle out minor improvements and you will buy every one with your USD
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is a7iii ok for video? tik tok especially
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>>3865819
It should be at least half as small though
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>>3866307
You only need a <5yr old phone for tiktok

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I recently got my hands on a Canon M50 and an EF-M 22mm f/2 STM. Is there anything else I should get for it? Any specific accessories or lens? Or should I sell it and use the money to get another camera that is better for cinematography and photography?
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>>3865675
Get a converter for FD lenses. Costs like 15 bucks, and FD lenses are comparatively dirt-cheap.
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>>3866220
What are your requirements? A BMPCC 4k is going to be a PoS for you if you need tracking autofocus. A Canon RP is going to be trash for you if you need 4k.
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>>3866220
Probably G85 or a6400.
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Hi OP.

I had the original EOS M for 6 years with the 22. Have had the M50 for 3 years now. I was a teen and lusted for the new sexy Fuji cameras and frequented these boards a lot, but held my tongue. (as the cameras exploded in popularity in the mainstream)

Somehow, even with that dumpster fire camera; I learned to love merits seldom discussed online. In the M50’s case it’s the light weight. It nails focus quickly and 95% accurately. If you have an odd color like mine you’ll look like a tourist so people don’t pay attention to your photo taking. The menus are decipherable without a PhD in Ancient Hieroglyphs. It has enough dials to somewhat quickly operate it. It’s inexpensive, so go nuts with it.

Anyway, the 32 mm is great if you can find it used for $350 ish. The 55-200 is very fun as well. It may lack some features you’re looking for depending on the cinematography. Even then, the original M is popular since it supports magic lantern.

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>>3866302
this color is kino desu

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Sup /p/

I stumbled across this 6x6 MF Nikon camera online and nearly jizzed my pants as I thought no such thing existed. But I can't find any info about it, only pics with the included fisheye, but doesn't anyone know if my regular F mount lenses will work on this?
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Found a little bit more here: http://www.nicovandijk.net/fish.htm

>ikon Corporation is the first optical industry that produced a fish-eye lens for photography. In 1938 it produced a lens for meteorological research with an viewing angle of 180 degrees. Based on this lens a special fish-eye camera was introduced in July 1960; with a lens of 16mm. focal length and a maximum aperture of f/8. In 1962 followed by the world´s first fish-eye lens for a single lens reflex camera. In July 2003 the AF DX Fish-eye Nikkor 2.8-10.5 mm. G-ED was introduced.
>As mentioned before this camera was introduced in July 1960. The camera had a Seikosha SLV #0 shutter (B, 1-1/500th. sec.) and a built-in fish-eye lens 8/16.3mm. (5 lenses in 4 groups) with a diagonal viewing angle of 189 degrees. The lens was a fix-focus type with aperture settings of f/8, f/11 and f/16. The lens produced an circular image (50mm diameter) on a 120-roll film (6x6cm.). It is unclear how many cameras were build in a production period of nearly one year. Some cameras could be ordered with a motor drive with an interval time button, making it possible to make pictures at intervals of 5 - 180 minutes. The latter model is extremely rare.
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>>3865179
>what are you basing that on?
it states very clearly here that it's a purpose built camera for taking pictures of clouds with a fixed lens on the specification tab
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looks like a hass swc
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>>3865090
>MF Nikon

http://camera-wiki.org/wiki/Bronica_lenses
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The cloud camera is mentioned here too:

https://www.pacificrimcamera.com/pp/nikonslr6f56.htm

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Just got one of these for $25, what lenses will fit?
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>>3866139
How did they become exempt?
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>>3866144

They have moved to film point and shoots. Most SLR lenses are tax-exempt now.
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>>3866144
They found out about the 80-200 F/2.8
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>>3866083
>what lenses will fit?

You pretty much can't go wrong with any A-mount lens. Just avoid the shutter cap and Xi lenses and you will be fine..

>>3866100
>If you can find a Minolta (or Sony) 135mm f/2.8 STF, that's a legendary, Godlike piece of portrait glass, and nothing like it exists for any other system.

Didn't Sony release a modern STF for e-mount?
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>>3866100
>STF
>smooth trans focus
>trans
Kek

Pretty sure the nikkor DC is better though

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Only professionals should be buying standalone cameras nowadays.
Hobbyists should just buy a decent phone, it has more features than just a camera and nowadays the camera on a phone is almost indistinguishable to that of a high end camera.
It can even do great bokeh effects through the use of ai like in pic related
Only down side is you can't change lenses but there are many settings and multi camera setups to fix this nowadays
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>>3862658
I agree, but I strongly disagree.
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f1.8, do you think?
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tack sharp?
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>>3866043
(image)
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>>3862658
This is your example of "great bokeh effects"? It looks fucking terrible

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The pandemic is ending any second now... edition
All video related questions and discussion is intended for this thread. Here we discuss techniques, gear and anything else related to capturing video footage. Please don't pretend to be an expert if you don't know what you're talking about. Kindly leave your ego at the door.
Posting short films/scripts or other work you've done is encouraged.
We tend to use and recommend DSLRs/mirrorless cameras because they provide phenomenal picture quality for their price, have large sensors (ie the same size used in high-end cinema cameras and higher) and have interchangeable lenses.
In contrast, consumer camcorders normally have much smaller sensors and a fixed lens.

>STICKY - https://pastebin.com/35u6DcnF
>Helpful guide, additional books and more in-depth FAQs - https://web.archive.org/web/20200926115310/https://pastebin.com/kG0gRmTZ

>NO ONE CARES WHAT AN EXPERT YOU THINK YOU ARE. IF YOU’RE ASKING BASIC-AS-SHIT QUESTIONS, YOU CAN’T BE ALL THAT GREAT. SEE ABOVE

Previous thread >>3836187

Quick FAQS
>what’s the best camera available on a “budget”?

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>>3853817
>wife
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>>3865103
i use tom bolles cineprint16 to get this kinda look -- though i must warn you

1. i am a total noob when it comes to video/grading (i probs shouldn't even give advice), and cineprint promised to get me "that look" quickly, so i bought it. i bet you could achieve the results without buying ANYTHING so up to you really

2. i apply the preset but it looks SO BAD that i need to tweak absolutely every stage of it in resolve to make it work. so there is still a lot of work involved

but yeah here's the latest example i used it on and i think it looks pretty good (gh5, sigma 18-35, probably 100iso, f1.8):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VMs3rig9-2M

>pic related is the original image out of the camera

(also if anyone could help me know what is wrong with my music product, i would appreciate it, cos we started 3 months ago and have not gotten an audience at all. sometimes i think the music's not good enough but other times i think i'm just not attractive enough to be successful. any criticism would help)
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>>3865902
1. It's going to be hard to pull a natural looking image with those mixed colored lights
2. You're overexposed. Turn on zebras and protect your highlights
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>>3865906
thank you for giving directed and actionable feedback, i've never thought to use that tool in a situation like this but ur totally right. thank u anon
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>>3865902
>overexposed
>try getting at the same level as the musician because your video looks like what you see when your are in the bar, from the bottom.
>activate ibis or find some sort of tripod
>get your zoom-dezoom smoother

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sup /p/,
for a while I've been taking pictures with what's known as the "x-pan" crop format (65:24) cropped from a conventional sensor. It has recently occurred to me that it would be nice to share them in a dedicated thread, although you might have seen some of them previously on /rpt/ where I contribute occasionally.
I hope you will share my indulgence in this wide format as you view my work.

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>>3847129
The fog really brings this one all together, I always wish I lived in a location where it was more common, it seems to always bring a look i quite enjoy to every shot.
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>>3858773
Pretty much this.
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>>3858773
>This from a board that tolerates that guy endlessly taking blurry photos of trees.
That tree thread is better tailored than this, having a photo thread where the only trait shared is it's aspect ratio along with circlejerkers thinking it makes every snapshit a masterpiece. This thread is reddit101.
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I don't know what write here. Just rate a photo.

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>>3866169
>t.butthurt

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>>3866178
Thanks. What don't you like about the second one? Is it cliche or something? I'm a shitty amateur so idk.
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>>3866133
>a reply to garbage needs a photo
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>>3866147
the point is to inform you that switching to another hobby would be a good idea
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>>3866280
>>3866292
cheers, thanks for your critique lads. I've gone ahead and put my camera on ebay so I can take up full-time gear posting instead

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I've gone through 2 Minolta x700s and 2 Nikon FEs, I'm tired of these old cameras breaking. I don't even abuse them, I just leave them on the shelf and when I pick them up a month later they are broken.
All I want is:
1. A light meter
2. Aperture priority
3. Manual mode.
4. Compact size. Nikon F series it too big.
5. Affordable lenses.
6. More reliable.
Does such a thing exist?

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What makes mamiya cameras so popular? Are they worth the hype tax?

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>>3866268
Dunno just a feeling; iPhone generated film name, an uninteresting laydown of two cameras. Seems like the standard /p/ roundabout way to flex your MF gear.
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>>3866269
I wouldn’t exactly call those two plastic cameras a flex. Also isn’t that a screenshot file name?
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>>3866259
Why not?
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>>3866232
Sure, but they were cheaper at one point and developed this hype as "sleeper" cameras that then translated into hype without the sleeper part.
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>>3866196
>RB67 is all of the fun of a Hassy or a Kiev 88 without the tax
Isn't the Kiev 88 the cheapest of the bunch?

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Old comfy flowers thread is full. >>3844238 Post some more comfy in here.

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>>3864122
stop down lol
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>>3866186
You're right, I should have.

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10 years from now, do you think mirrorless medium format is going to become popular and be an affordable (~$1.5k) option? It seems like a no-brainer that that's where the big companies should invest in because personally, being an APS-C owner, I don't see any point in upgrading to FF since the difference is not worth it IMO... But medium format would definitely be noticeable.
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look! Here too!
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>>3866003
They say large negative, like people say large sensor when talking about one inch compact cameras. It doesn't say large format, because they know that'd be laughable.
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>>3866075
Suuuuuuuure
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>>3866005
>First off, “anything larger than 35mm but smaller than 4x5” is the definition of medium format that I’ve always heard
this is a demonstration of your own arrogance, it's been established that 127 was never considered medium format

>who do you think would be responsible for changing that definition?
ISO you moron

>You seem to be claiming that you, personally, are the one in charge of the decision on what it’s called. That’s not the case.
not at all, by entire premise was pro-definition, not being dictated by social norms, I've given an example for that and you're only displaying your dissonance if you choose to ignore it
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>>3866003
large size is arbitrary and not wrong because its relative, large format is a standard, hassleblad doesn't claim to be large format

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>>3858564

limit reached

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Newb here. How do you get decent long exposure night photos? 30 sec, f/3.5, 1600 ISO
I know part of the issue is not having a wide angle lens, but still. My canon DSLR can't do long exposure and autofocus.

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ISO Speed Rating1600
Lens Aperturef/3.5
Exposure Bias0 EV
FlashNo Flash, Compulsory
Focal Length18.00 mm
Color Space InformationsRGB
Image Width2816
Image Height1880
RenderingNormal
Exposure ModeManual
Scene Capture TypeStandard
Exposure ModeManual
Focus TypeAuto
Metering ModeEvaluative
SharpnessUnknown
SaturationNormal
ContrastNormal
Shooting ModeManual
Image SizeMedium
Focus ModeAI Servo
Drive ModeSingle
Flash ModeOff
Compression SettingFine
Macro ModeNormal
White BalanceAuto
Exposure Compensation3
Sensor ISO Speed288
Color Matrix132
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>>3866234
gotta manual focus to get those stars sharp bruv
i don't think they give off enough light to work well with atuofocus
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Camera-Specific Properties:
Equipment Makesamsung
Camera ModelSM-G960W
Camera SoftwareG960WVLS7CSK1
Maximum Lens Aperturef/1.5
Sensing MethodNot Defined
Focal Length (35mm Equiv)26 mm
Image-Specific Properties:
Image Width4032
Image Height3024
Image OrientationRight-Hand, Top
Horizontal Resolution72 dpi
Vertical Resolution72 dpi
Image Created2020:01:29 12:24:44
Exposure Time1/3648 sec
F-Numberf/1.5
Exposure ProgramNormal Program
ISO Speed Rating50
Lens Aperturef/1.5
Brightness8.9 EV
Exposure Bias0 EV
Metering ModeCenter Weighted Average
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length4.30 mm
Color Space InformationsRGB
Image Width4032
Image Height3024
Exposure ModeAuto
White BalanceAuto
Scene Capture TypeStandard
Unique Image IDH12QSKF00SM H12QSKL01VA
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>>3865978
I really dont like any of these, its not the colors, the compositions are just bad
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>>3865953
expired Fortia SP film performed wonderfully




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