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I was desperately in love with the idea of owning a Fujifilm camera. The retro styling, the metal look to the cameras and the idea of shooting digital with realistic looking film sims all made me very excited. So /p/ I did my research. Apparently X-Trans Fujis suffer from a "worms" issue, which only gets worse with sharpening. I like using prime lenses and having tack sharp images. Like any normal person then I avoided X-Trans cameras and got a XT100 which uses a normal Bayer sensor. But guess what? After my first day out taking photos with my new camera, when I opened them in Lightroom CC... They. Have. Worms. Too! I was furious. Weeks of research and I somehow missed checking if other non-XTRANS cameras would have the same worms problems.

Why do Fuji cameras have this issue? I can't even return this camera now because I used it too long. The build quality wasn't as nice as I had hoped and the film sims look like Instagram filters. I am really let down.
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>>3916061
Grab your fuji and take a picture. Import to lightroom. There's your wormy raw
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>>3916101
schizo will be on suicide watch
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>>3916101
Don't see any. Show me your raw + LR settings.
What's that? You can't?
Thought so.
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>>3916107
>Don't see any.
Post your RAWs and let us verify, I bet you won't
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>>3912233
get cucked fujitard

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I've been trying some abstract night photography. What do you think?

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>>3917272
another
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>>3917273
last one. I honestly like the look of them but when I think about what is the purpose of it I come up short.
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>>3917274
Okay, after seeing this thread i ended up doing some small edits and have 2 more lol..
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>>3917273
I like this one a lot anon, it reminds me of the planet Saturn. To me there's something comforting about the randomness of swirls of light, yet they have a uniform bend or direction.

My photo on the other hand is some lady pulling up her kid's pants after he got done pissing or shitting on the street. By the time I walked by he wasn't being exposed, so there's nothing illicit about it, in retrospect, I'm glad it's blurry otherwise it would have just been a boring picture of a kid and a mom looking at a wet spot on the sidewalk.

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What do you use to carry around your useless gear? For me its f-stop lotus with pro large icu. I can also fit an air 2s in there!

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I keep the fragiles in a pele 1120 and the rest just loose in my bag.
It has plenty of room for the body and two smaller lenses, while maintaining a small enough footprint to just toss it in my backpack.
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i'm a peak design shill and i recommend the everyday backpack v2

backpack doesnt really matter so long as the straps are compatible with the Peak Design™ Capture™ desu - stellar bit of kit
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backpack from fred meyer
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>>3917192
>fake tactical bag from amazon with american flag patch
>space for condoms which i never use

extreme cringe.
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>>3917265
came w/o patch, not that i'd use it, being from another country. and my girl's got on the pill for her breeding kink, so there's that. build quality is honestly good, design/ergonomic wise it's decent enough. i needed something that didn't scream "i'm a camera bag, rob me" and this has worked nicely. i can even use a backpack at the same time for those weekend trips/trekking. what do you use, anon?

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Alright fuckers, I want (not need) a FF Canon EOS DSLR to use with those beautiful USM gold line primes with native firmware support.
However I am extremely spoiled by mirrorless compacts so I wanna get the SMALLEST FULL FRAME DSLR so it can still be the one I have with me.

And no I won't get the mirrorless R/R56/RPenis with an adapter, I already have enough mirrorless cameras as it is.
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>>3916559
the 7d is a crop camera...
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>>3916910
Yes but i haven't handled FF canons before, however I have handled a 7D before so that is my only reference for larger canon cameras.

Learn 2 read, dumpass
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>>3916559
I dunno man. They looks pretty damn similar sized. In fact, the 6D is 10% lighter and smaller.
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>>3916538
I believe the 6D is the smallest but it's going to feel very much like other Canon mid level DSLRs. The 1D bodies are of course much larger and heavier, and the Rebels are smaller/lighter but plasticky and not FF.

The RP is considerably smaller/lighter, even with the adapter. But if you want a FF with OVF then 6D.
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>>3917130
>>3917127
it seems like canon always makes sure to give their cameras a nice deep grip. Nikon on the other hand seem to be kind of shallow. That's one thing I don't like about nikons

t. Nikon owner

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Is "composition" a meme/marketerspeak or is it legit?
What terms are actually real and what are nonsense?
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>>3917008
right? photography classes really should be replaced with optical engineering courses.
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>>3917044
no, you can't actually teach how any of it works, in order to have good online shit flinging it all needs to be mystical and vague and about glow, microcontrast, 3d pop and color rendering
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>>3914098
All are real. The hard part is knowing what to use in what situation, and final presentation. It's not that hard taking ten ten images that look good. It's much harder taking ten images that look good when they're presented together.
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>>3917045
>microcontrast
not a real thing.
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>>3914098
I mean, it matters a lot. Composition isn't just vague buzzwords and photo 101 speak like the rule of thirds or the golden ratio. When you off-center a subject you're not "doing a composition" vs if you just pointed the camera at the subject and had it in the center. Composition is a set of decisions you make, it's about what is in the frame and what isn't, the size of different objects or elements in the frame, and their relationship to each other. It's a big deal in visual art which is why I suggest photographers study visual art in general and not just other photographers if they want to improve.

I haven't the slightest clue about cameras but I need a camcorder to film some good videos of a trip I have planned. Some features I need it to have are
>4k
>waterproof
>tripod mount and top light mount
>preferably with a good amount of digital storage, don't want anything to happen with a memory card where I lose my footage
>budget $1000, but would prefer to keep it under $500

The Canon Vixia keeps coming up when I look around, but the Sony Handycam seems more powerful. Basically I want the most powerful, feature-rich device with all of the aforementioned features. If any film gurus can help me out or give me a quick rundown on video cameras it's much appreciated!

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>>3917028
>water proof
Are you shooting bukkake or watersports?
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>>3917052
I squirt a lot.
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>>3917100
God bless you.
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>>3917100
>I squirt a lot.
>on 4chan
tits or GTFO
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>>3917100
ywnbaw

I’m going camping out in the countryside this weekend and I’d love to take some shots of the stars away from light pollution however I’ve never photographed stars before. Please give me a recommendation on what to take and what settings to use.
I own a Canon 6D and a 50mm 1.8 STM. Or I can take my Fujifilm X-T2 for which I have the 18-55, 35mm f2 and the 27mm f2.8.
I’ll obviously be taking my tripod too.

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>>3916965
is this true? 200 is better? I've been doing the 500 rule for a while and I don't get star trails the pictures just have a little noise. Will it create less noise with 200?
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>>3916970
>will shorter shutter speed create less noise
anon you baka

>>3916965
he's right though, i usually cut a stop less than the 500 rule; i've got trailing with the 500 rule before
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>>3916974
that's what he implied
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Right, so with a 28mm equivalent I'll use an 18 second shutter but what about aperture and ISO?
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>>3917050
iso 3200 f/2.8, and don't be afraid to use a 30 second shutter.

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>using my m4/3 in manual mode in front of class mates
>teacher says "Ok students, now come to my desk and take a picture of this fruit basket to use as reference for your drawing"
>start furiously dialing in aperture, shutter speed, ISO
>White balance values out the ass
>Everyone else has already taken their picture with their iPhone
>I start to sweat
>Take my spot at the teacher's desk, small line behind me
>"Umm... what the fuck is THAT anon?" a girl behind me asks
>I tell her it's a Micro Four Thirds camera and has the same aspect ratio as regular smartphones but with a BIGGER SENSOR!
>"Ok anon, starting from you I'm gonna add this spotlight to see the different results of lighting on your drawings!" the teacher says
>I fucking break down and cry and run out of the class
>I get beat up in the parking lot after school
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>>3916212
You do realise people are making fun of op for being dumb meme dumbo?
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>>3916199
>hen you learn how to set everything quickly it takes next to no time.


Wanna know what doesn't take time at all? Auto settings.
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>>3915837
This is why my default mode is aperture priority
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>>3915837
you should have used a tripod too and made everyone wait like a boss
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>>3916252
Wanna know what doesn’t give you any control over an image? Auto mode.

Why even use a camera? You have a phone for snapshots

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>>3916899
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>>3916901
extra2
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>>3916875
MEANlost trying to solve first captcha

Whats a camera thats better than an iphone 12? I want to shoot youtube videos and take good pictures
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>>3916779
iPhone 12 is a phone, not a camera
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>>3916781
Thanks einstein. Now give me camera suggestions
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>>3916782
>Thanks einstein
I am not a jew, feck off
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>>3916785
You not jew, you fren

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Depends a bit. If you're completely clueless and want something that just werkz get a Canon EOS M50.
Steer clear of DSLRs if you want to shoot videos. They typically have a D in their name or are called Rebels

Those of you who still use DSLRs, what do you enjoy about it? Are you planning to move to mirrorless?
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>>3911908

That's a good point I hadn't thought of. Are EVFs always on? With the panasonic compact I used to have, the EVF would turn on only when I brought my eye to the eyepiece.
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>>3905035
> what do you enjoy about it?
I like how real the ovf is, how I can leave the camera on for a long time, and how the grip is chunky and feels good
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>>3905035
I do have a fancy current gen Fuji mirrorless but for many things I go back to my old Canon DSLR. The feeling of the solid camera, the viewfinder, the way the manual focus works, the general feel of taking the picture. Maybe it's just a matter of familiarity but for me there is something about using a DSLR that makes taking photos much more enjoyable.
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>>3905035
>>3905365
I would jump on a mirrorless ricoh/pentax mirrorless just for the fact that I've got k mount lenses and I'm not switching systems. Also not keen on the idea of using an adapter.
>>3906100
and not this decade old (K-01)
A new generation K-mount mirrorless and they can take my order immediately.
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>>3905035

I don't shoot as much as I used to but I can't justify switching to mirrorless.

For the subjects I enjoy shooting (Street, landscape/infrared, portraits) my D810 still does a great job. The only reason I'd have to buy another camera would be something smaller/pocketable for street shots so I can have it with me at all times.

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Soviet spy camera edition

Old thread: >>3903448


>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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>>3919089
it's an original model, a DVD-LYN2H
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>>3919134
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>>3918801
>Could anybody give a breakdown of what lens mounts will be compatible?
https://www.kenrockwell.com/nikon/compatibility-lens.htm#mid
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>>3919164
thanks!
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I'm trying to figure out what type of camera I should get for recording long road trips.

I want to mount it to the dash/windshield inside the car. I want a camera that at least records in 1080p, preferable higher. I would like it to either be able to stabilize itself or have the ability to be stabilized so it's not shaking a lot while driving. I also want it to have high storage and a long battery life (or be plugged it into a USB port or something to keep it charged in the car while recording). I want to be able to record for a long time or at least record lots of segments without it overheating. I would also like it to be at least decent in lowlight for night driving. I'd like to spend around $500 but I'm open to more expensive options if there's nothing like I want in that price range.

I've been doing some research, I thought a GoPro would be the way to go but it seems like if you aren't using it for short action videos it'll overheat. I thought about getting a dashcam but it seems like that's more for 24/7 security purposes and that's not really what I'm looking for but I'm not sure.

I'm completely clueless about cameras. The only one I own is a Sony Handycam HDR-CX110 which is ok but I think it's time to upgrade. Any advise would be helpful, thanks.

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Love the colours of these old pro photos of models. Will post more as I find them.
Do you guys think this was FF or Medium format?
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it's probably slide film
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If you haven't fapped to a film photograph, are you even a photographer.
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I read somewhere that magazines only accepted slides back in the day.
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The first one looks medium format, the rest 35mm except
>>3916574
Looks like digitally colorized version of -something-
>>3916575

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CANON EOS 6D
CANON 50mm

ISO 100
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POST PRODUCTION LIGHTROOM

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>>3913409
This one too

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>>3907988
You will never be Bresson or Ansel
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>>3913439
>Bresson

He's the king of blurry snapshits. And he didn't even care, he preferred sketching.
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>>3913410
>half of the picture literally out of focus concrete
lol
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New camera is released. Ugliest possible photo of it. Shitting on it in the title. Link and mention of mirrorless in first sentence. No mentions at all of the features and specs of the new camera, instead, he spends the entirety of the article questioning businesses decisions to even launch it. Question is, who's paying him? Canikon or Snoyi?
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>>3901977
K-3 III is only for cute japanese artsy girls. All you losers get lost with your sonies
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>>3901977
wtf why is she so cute and all the american photo girls arent
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>>3913515
Japanese girls are pretty much unmatched in this regard, but Tatiana Hopper makes great photography videos and is kind of cute. Not American, though
https://www.youtube.com/c/THopper/videos
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>>3902044
Hey, leave me alone

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>>3902044
Hey, camo pattern cargo shorts, military surplus backpack and socks in sandals allow me to shoot LF completely undisturbed. Previously I used to dress up like a human being while shooting a Rolleicord and people would leave me the fuck alone about the camera. Better to look like someone nobody wants to see around a public school unless you're planning to spend the day being boomers' nostalgia barf bag.




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