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Which one should i possess?
I heard full frame is pretty important, but leica has that "style" if you know what i mean? I cant afford anything above the m8 though..

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>>3951270
That was someone else lol
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All of them, if camera says "Panasonic", "Olympus", "Fujifilm", "Sony", "Canon", "Nikon", or even "Pentax" on it and has interchangeable lens, grab it with a kit and go
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If for some reason you want leica in particular see if you can snipe a tl2 off ebays or smth
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>>3951698
thats just a shitty panasonic, i want a real leica
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>>3946289
Don't be an idiot and buy a digital Leica.

If you want a Leica buy a m6, but you shouldn't be touching that if you aren't a rich kid or experienced shooter.

Leica has that style with their film and lenses.

For a camera you want it depends on what you want to shoot.

If you want FF, shoot with Nikon or Sony.

I would suggest a a7rIV

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I'm considering getting a used Nikon D7000 to get started in photography. Is it a good option or should should I look for a newer but more entry-level camera like the D3400?
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>>3952536
My wife
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>>3952716
>I w-was just pretending
How old are you? why would you think it's funny not to get something most people here do?
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>tfw a D7000 is the only digital camera you own and is your lil babe

I've shot over 90,000 photos on it and the only issue I have is the autofocus can't track solidly

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>>3952736
?????
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>>3952536
I have the D7200 myself and I love it. I started on a D3100 back in the day and it served me well but there are definitely some compromises on that line that will start to bother you and you'll eventually outgrow it. With a D7X00 model, I think you'll stick to using it for much longer.

uh oh ;)
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>>3952124
Don't you dare literally who the best manual SLR Minolta ever made.
Do I at least get points for following OP's adapted lens theme?
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>>3952125
Minolta has never been relevant
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>>3952124
>>3952125
>>3952375
Brandfagging has never been important
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>>3951725

>RF 28.8 LTM Jupiter 3 lens on an M42/M39 adapter on Minolta mount

If you're going to use Soviet lenses do it like a Great Soviet Man(tm) and not like a hipster asshole.
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>>3952731
Shut the fuck up, Sugar

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So I'm at a crossroads right now. I've started photography as a hobby 3 months ago and I'm enjoying the shit out of it.

I started out with a cheap Olympus PL9 and had fun with it. I especially loved the IBIS.

After a month, I decided to invest in better gear and got me a second hand EM1 mk ii.

I'm having a blast with it with the size and such and the images are fantastic even for MFT.

But with how I like to take pictures are low-light situations, in the evenings through the streets, dimly lit rooms and such. I like playing with the lighting.

Image included is my favourite shot so far.

I've recently picked up a very cheap second hand canon 5D mk ii, trying to see what the fuss with FF was and if I'm missing out.

I've done image comparisons and while both are very sharp and detailed, if I pixel peep, I can see more noise in my EM1 shots.

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>inb4 dof and corner anything
Shut the fuck up you fucking retard. Currently available commercial film at equivalent speeds or balls are going to touch when one of us doesn't get off on a retarded technicality accordant with community consensus. Surely being better than old film was the original goal in every way.

tl:dr I'm going to fuck you in the ass whatever you thought you found and get off on it. Railing some chub neet only makes the victory pix better.
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>>3952701
Medium format lenses have pretty awful mtf in comparison, I've used bronica, habbelsad and mamiya medium format on full frame digital, I tried ~80mm from all 3, and they sucked next to the cheap, manual focus samyang 85mm.
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>>3952706
Post spex and pix. It's all on you right now. I know the differences and can wantonly say I don't give a fuck. Prove me wrong with real numbers and your examples or fuck off forever. It's a simple proposition and why owning an alleged turd according to pretty much you alone doesn't phase me.

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>>3952687
>uhm akshually
nerd
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>>3952688
But despite being equivalent to kit lens, it is very sharp and can resolve details for an up to 20 Megapixel sensor!

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Should I just get a film camera, or continue using my Galaxy S3 as camera?

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>>3952241
Do you like the way film looks? Do you think you'll like using a film camera, with all its buttons and dials?
Are you okay with either having to wait for the lab to develop your photos, or developing and scanning yourself?

Film is fun as h*ck but it's world's apart from taking pictures on your pocket Internet box.
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>>3952241
Stop asking stupid questions. If you want to shoot film, you're going to need a film camera, it won't work in the Galaxy S3.

Here's what all you idiots making thread about "should I do this or should I do that?" need to include in your OPs: what exact goal are you trying to accomplish, and what is missing from your current equipment preventing you achieving that goal? Only then can we give meaningful advice.
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>>3952241
Interesting focal length you got there buddy
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>>3952241

Just use your phone
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>>3952244
Get it off the sensor with the camera cleaning supplies you should own. You do own camera cleaning supplies, right anon?

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just went through my lightroom. dumping pics from some years ago.
1/12

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>>3948950

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>>3948951

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>>3948949
>>3948957
those are nice!
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>>3948951
Ave!
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Saving this photo thread, heccin bumperino 4 u

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How do fags learn photography with Sunny16? So many film fags preach this shit and its cringe to think how people can even learn without any kind of metering.
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>>3952286
>Take digital photo
>Blow highlights and crush black
>Increase saturation

Congrats its a slide film lookalike
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>>3952126
No seriously, have fun with that.
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>>3952237
Sunny 16 gives you the reciprocal shutter speed for a given iso. You aren’t locked into using f16 lmao.
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>>3951637
>guesstimate ambient EV with sunny 16, or use phone's light meter
>adjust 1-2 stops if the subject is in bright light/shadow.
That's it. If there's a tough lighting situation you can just bracket or use your phone's meter. It really doesn't take a lot of experience to shoot without a meter, just need general awareness of changes in light
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>>3952506
Visionlets can’t feel the differences in light and make an approximate judgement. They can’t tell partial shade is brighter than being indoors. They can’t tell that the woods are dark. You either have to pay attention to your meter and relative differences between light and shade when doing high contrast shots, or have absolute faith in the exposure guide on the back of old cameras and spend a few rolls figuring out what it means to you. It’s pretty hard to fuck up once you have a few baselines, but you must be mindful of the shit dynamic range film has v. what you can see and that two hours before sundown is traditionally considered low light and not shooting a Kubrick film by candlelight.

And I seriously doubt anyone but filmfags take a reading in the light and their own cast shadow and ride it through the day out of sheer laziness. That’s how you learn and it’s a lost art judging by every babbys first Leica street walk video where every photo is underexposed. Always overcook unless you want it to look as dark as it really was.

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https://www.sonyalpharumors.com/confirmed-sony-a7iv-will-be-announced-on-october-21-at-15-1600-london-time/

IT'S HAPPENING

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https://www.dpreview.com/news/6892261222/sony-teases-a-new-xperia-product-announcement-set-for-october-26-livestream

IT'S HAPPENING

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>new 70-200 costs $200 more US than the mark 1
>costs $1300 more AUD than the old one
fucking hate my country
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>>3950925
I think your last chance to escape was 2 years ago. You're doomed now. Sorry.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zreZpSXWtiA

IT'S HAPPENING
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wow, so new snoy camera announcement is only time in year when snoy fanboys cum?

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Aperture ring keeps getting stuck and not closing to the correct position.
What do?
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"Err 01 Communications between the camera and lens is faulty. Clean the lens contacts."

well this helps a little. it only seems to be this lens and I've cleanned it twice
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>>3952177
just sell it before it completely breaks and get a new lens
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>>3952177
If you were a snoy chad you wouldn't have this problem because your camera would've broken way before your lens.

This is entirely on you OP.
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>>3952227
Fake news, I absolutely get connection issues with a couple of beaten up lenses on snoy camera.
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>>3952177
Throw away lens, buy new one. I heard Sony is quite good

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This is not a thread for Rolleicord, Yashica, Seagull, or any other type of non-Rolleiflex TLR System Rolleiflex camera shitters.

>but muh obscure weeb cam-
NO

>but Zeiss did TLR firs-
NO

Only Rolleiflex TLRusers.

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>>3952459
What is this Saudi neck jewelry
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I bought a T in 2009 and it’s been good ever since
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>>3952463
I miss my Leicas
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>>3952459
OP where’s your rollei
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>>3952459
looks like shit

How do you take good photos in a planted forest?
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>>3943029
That forest looks weak as shit. Surely its one of those lumber forests isnt it? It looks like every tree was planted from branches instead of seeds, if a disease were to attack one, all of them would die.
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>>3943077
And what's she gonna do? Ain't gonna be making the forest more captivating.
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>>3948593
Yeah but make her hug trees naked or something
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>>3948568
Thats why you inspect your forest every now and then, and cut down diseased trees.
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>>3943029
wideangle + funny perspectives, combine it with astro photography or other long exposure shots. or you go full stealth mode and transition into wildlife photography.

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I've got an "interview" tomorrow for an automotive company to do video work for them.
I've never done videoraphy before, but this is a great job opportunity.
Please help me /v/, how the fuck do I pull off an impressive small video shoot with a Canon EOS R, and a 24-105 f4.
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>>3952403
>>3952410
Only reason I got the interview is cause a good friend of mine works there and recommended me. I'm really good at automotive photography but I've just never done video before. They want me to film a tutorial video on one of their products and the installation process as well as shots showing off the end result. If it's good enough, I apparently get the job.
I have a friend who's going to loan me a gimbal.
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just be yourself
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>>3952411
>good friend of mine works there and recommended me
Stop fidgeting then, you're in already. Watch some vids on framerate and shutter speed, that's the biggest jump from photography to video.
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>>3952411
I've never done video either, but I guess the key thing to keep in mind here is the exposure, that is, make sure it's all even paying attention to aperture given your chosen framerate, zooming in and surrounding light. You will also need a powerful PC to make things work in premiere without splitting hairs.
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>>3952411
dude you're shooting a fucking install video, you aren't showing up to a movie set. Get a light or lights on the install and set the camera up to film that shit. You could do this with an iphone. Quit being a fag.

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The Georgia Aquarium - the largest aquarium in the western hemisphere, and the third largest in the world.
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>>3951721
honestly, you can learn a lot from JPEG's, too.
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>>3951721
here, have fun

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>>3951552
>>3951721
>>3951883

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Some of these are pretty cool
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>>3952129
This guy gets it

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Looking to see if any of you frens out there captured any cool fall pictures yet. Picture related but not mine.
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Good night.

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Clean composition. Saved.
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>>3951627
Something about this one looks straight out of S.T.A.L.K.E.R.

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i sold my LXs about 5 years ago. i sold my Zeiss Ikon ZM a few years ago. I sold my leica m2 about a decade ago. i miss my cameras.

how do i cope with how expensive all these bodies are now. my LXs were 200 bucks each, the ikon was 400 at the time. the m2 was about 200 because it had a hole in it which was easily repaired by a chinese guy in SF.

i miss my cameras....

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>>3951524
no lmao, i wouldn't have sold it for 15€ if it was a mju
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>>3948816
looking for food undoubtedly
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>>3948816
AF-1?
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>>3951953
when i say it was shitty i mean shitty, like those generic ones but happened to be made by olympus
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>>3951834
Beats selling your camera for 15€ to buy the food




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