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>my first camera is a mirrorless one
>pretty cool
>get into film
>awesome, love the cameras, the tactile feeling the real viewfinder
>stop using my mirrorless, its not as fun
>get a pentax DSLR just because
>its all the fun of film with the convenience of digital

Pentax sisters... I kneel.

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>>4129028
>>4128998
>>4128970
Autofocus was a fucking mistake
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>>4129031
Welcome to 2023, old man
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>>4129031
Autofocus is fine. Pentax DSLRs and cheap canons just have notoriously slow and inaccurate autofocus.

It doesn't help that most pentax lenses are really soft
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>>4129031
this. just git gud
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>>4129031
my sony nails focus every time

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I have a Nikon D3400 and a 18-55mm kit lens. Is this ok or do I need to upgrade gear?
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I shoot real estate with:
Nikon D800
Nikon 14-24 2.8 and 24-70 2.8
Tripod
Dji mavic 3
AD200PRO

I dont usually use any filters but sometimes a cpl is a lifesaver. Usually just two exposures with the sevond one -1 2/3 EV comp and then blend the shit in photoshoo if needed. Flash comes handy when customer wants more accurate colors and white balance overall.
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>>4128531
>A fast 21mm equivalent with minimal distortion being the widest lens without unnatural perspective.
That would be a 28mm, 24mm on FF already gives skewed corners. Though I never used high end primes for that wide angle since I don't shoot much wides and my cheap zooms are more than capable.
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>>4129079
Here's the corner of the sony 20mm f1.8 G on full frame. Skewed?
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>>4129106
Can't really tell without seeing the entire image but it feels like it is pulling me towards the upper left. Maybe lower left with the footpath bricks pulling my eye upwards
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>>4129129
lame gearfag "photography": https://www.lenstip.com/629.12-Lens_review-Sony_FE_20_mm_f_1.8_G_Sample_shots.html
actual photography: https://www.flickr.com/groups/14725517@N22/pool/

This is the least distorted UWA lens I've ever seen. Well worth it considering it's only $100 more than the inferior nikon, the canon equivalent isn't even in the same league, and the inferior pentax equivalent is $1400.

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Found this at the english school i'm gonna study at soon
Taken at January 24th 2023, 5:10 Brasilia Time

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Bump

Post your Speedbooster questions and experiences in this thread and watch shills lose their mind.

>My question
is it optically possible for a speedbooster to be design to adapt mirrorless lenses to say, a film camera? Obviously the flange focal distance is different so would need to be corrected, why isn't anyone doing this? Modern optics on film would be insane tier results
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My favorite thing about focal reducers is the ability to turn lenses parfocal.
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>>4128056
Really? That would be very useful for video.
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>>4125203
I put a speed booster on my penis and now it shines with Leica 3D Pop
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>>4125203
Seems like it'd be better just to invest that money in a better lens. I'm an idiot who doesn't know anything about photography though.
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>>4125249
is this the brand that sold a million shitters on the catalog pages of seedy sellers in the photography magazines or am I thinking of something else?

fwiw I like my Tokina lens a lot

Hey I went to Reddit to ask about this but no one fucking helped me so maybe you guys can, I recently bought Sony DCR-TRV530 and when I film with it the tapes keep getting eaten when I rewind and playback on it and it’s very frustrating. Is this a camera issue or am I just retarded and I’m doing something wrong. I’m pretty new to film also.

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>>4128298
There are some benefits to it, though. The colors and look of some cameras are unique and have a special feel to them.
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>>4128864
true, minidv has a certain unmatched softness, different from hi8 or vhs
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>>4126312
>tapes eaten
obviously this is a problem with the tape mechanism itself, not the camera. With these camcorders it's typically the tape deck that goes bad because it's really complex.

I would first eject the tape and have a look inside. I'm not super familiar with video tapes and helical scan heads but in my cassette decks typically I can reach the rollers and stuff with a q-tip and clean them.

tapes get eaten for various reasons. It could be the rubber degrading, bad belts, or even a magnetized head. Cleaning the visible transport rollers might fix it. demagnetizing the head (properly, look this up) can also help. I'm not sure how bad replacing belts on these could be but I can only assume it's very hard.

Worst case the tape deck isn't worth fixing, but you can probably figure out a way to string some video cables and adapters together and put a mini DVR on it and use it as a tapeless camcorder.
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>>4129117
It sounds like anon is viewing in-camera, not on a different tape deck
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>>4129120
anon, the camera has a built in tape deck. That's why it's called a camcorder, it's a camera with a tape recorder attached. I know he's using the built in VCR--and that's what it is, a VCR. If anon can work on VHS decks then the videocassette mechanism in a camcorder will be familiar to him.

So basically it's still the tape mechanism ON the camera that is at fault, and since most cameras have a video output port, you can just bypass the tape entirely.

I have a Hi8 camcorder I'm looking into doing this with. It actually does work and I have tapes for it but it'd be a better long term solution if I could figure out a good and not too bulky setup for going from S-Video out to a small DVR.

Is Canon EOS 2000 a good starting camera? I want it mostly to take pictures of my warhammers. Or is there a better option/more advanced camera now?
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>>4129042
Mad cuz its the truth

In 2023, you shoot film, phone, or sony.
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>>4129038
> Is Canon EOS 2000 a good starting camera?
Outdated, but dirt cheap, don't pay over 100 bucks for it. Most people try out the hobby and get bored with it, so at least you won't invest too heavily in it if this is your first camera.

>Is there a better option/more advanced camera now?
Yes, but you probably won't need one for this purpose. Just use a tripod, set ISO100 and the aperture to somewhere in the middle.
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>>4129054
if you where to get a better canon than the EOS 2000 what would you suggest? I would also like to make a low budget short film later as well. My camera budget is around 1k usd.

As for miniature picture, I would def use continued lighting like picture related.
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>>4129110
At 1k either you are going to buy a stolen camera, a broken camera, or something worse than a phone.
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>>4129124
well what canon camera could I get? I could spend a little more, I just would like the image to be better than a EOS 2000.

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Let's get a real photo thread going for once
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>>4123888
hey anon this is good, I enjoy this image
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RPX 100 is very fun to use and dev

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Ektar too is very fun to use. Super hype to get back into summer to do some nice shots !!

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I miss my Mamiya 645, but I’m glad I traded it for the RB I have now.

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>>4123877
not bad

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After canon were in first for 13 years, and despite having lenses for 3 different mounts and trying to lock out 3rd party sellers, Sony have finally overtaken them.

This data cements Sony shooters as the ones most passionate, they're not buying a shitty body and kit lens combo, they're buying expensive lenses, by the bucket full.

And I'd wager a considerable portion of those sigma and tamron sales are being mounted on Sony cameras too.

Now that Sony are first for body AND lens sales, and they have a near monopoly on the sensor market, is there realistically ever going to be anyone else that catches up to them in the next 10 years?
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>>4128589
>planning another trip to japan and korea to
(to fuck the hottest women on earth)
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>>4128441
>Text
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>>4128441
>This data cements Sony shooters as the ones most passionate, they're not buying a shitty body and kit lens combo, they're buying expensive lenses, by the bucket full.
You forget that serious Canon owners have a full collection of top notch EF glass. Buying Sony generally means buying new glass because even the best adapters are less than perfect. Throw an EF L lens on RF and it works as if it was native because at the protocol level, it basically is.

Sony could take the #1 spot from Canon because Canon is fucking up on 3rd party lenses, which reduces the appeal of their system. But lens sales don't prove that's happening. You have to look at body sales. I haven't jumped to RF yet because the R5 is ~$4k with accessories just to match what I already own (5Ds) in terms of IQ. But if I bought one tomorrow, I wouldn't buy a single RF lens. At this moment in time RF L glass does not surpass what I own in IQ, only in minor feature enhancements (such as the 70-200 being collapsible). There are exceptions, like the f/1.2L primes, but few pros use those.

tl;dr - a lot of RF body buyers are using their existing EF glass which still stands toe-to-toe with anything from Canon, Sony, or Nikon.
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>>4129093
Sony is more for people who have a lot of vintage film glass and are going pro or doing huge prints with modern gear given that doing the same with film is $75 a shot. Sony is for the man who is never attached to his digital gear because digital is for high end work and film is for fun.
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>>4129099
tru
fuji user: this camera takes film-like photos!
nikon user: my old glass has film-like character!
canon user: canon colors are film like!
sony user: neat. i have an actual film camera. mamiya or gtfo.

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Good day to you, fellow /p/hotographers.

I am currently on paid leave for my daughter's birth. To my wife's dismay, I'm using the occasion to take more pictures of our surroundings the few times we are out to do groceries.
Here are a few of them, comments & critics welcome.

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>>4126771
true, that's first thing came to my mind looking at these photos
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>>4126422
What a depressing city, pic related.
>>4126434
Nice.

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>>4126443
I like these, great lights and reflections
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>>4126463
>this would be a really great one except for the glare, my eye is sucked into that spot instantly. go retake it when the sun is in a different position.
Here it is!

>>4127332
I lived in Paris for more than five years, and I'm glad to have moved here. You see it as depressing, I'm living it as peaceful. I'm just not taking photos in the cool places of the town, lol.
And thank you for your comment.

>>4127364
Thank you.

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Since this thread is still up, I'll keep posting my recent ones.

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meh work. stop doing it

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This is the true stealth attire. With this on, you are invisible. You can be anyone and do anything, you can go anywhere and nobody is going to ask why.
If you want to hide in plain sight, for whatever reason, this is what you need to wear.
Forget about your larps with taped cameras and worrying about camera size.
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>>4120007
Based.
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>>4125479
kino shot, I love the highlight rolloff on film
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There are niggas out there with 5o’clock shadows and baritone voices who go outside and larp as woman and no one gives them a second thought. I’ve got literally nothing to loose just dressing normal and snapping some pix

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>>4128838
>and no one gives them a second thought
They do though, fear of social ostracism is why they pretend they don't.
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>>4124674
and then you get a shot like this and wonder why you even bothered

Is this the most memed SLR system of all time?

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>>4124598
was it your first homosexual experience or have you been going at it for a while?
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>>4124384
This sounds like the equivalent of having a Lamborghini or Ferrari engine on a toyota. Nothing against toyota, they're good A to B cars, but what you're describing sounds mega gay.
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>>4124598
did he swallow?
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yeah but it saved leica until they realized they gotta make another rangefinder, thus the m4-2 was born. the m5 that they made almost bankrupted the whole company
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>>4124598

No you didn't.

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can we have a real thread for the appreciation of photography for once?

photo by: ray metzker

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>>4125957
Yeah it's extremely fucking basic in terms of composition and all. For good wildlife photography, check out the wildlife photographer of the year competition. There's some good shit there
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Heinrich Kuhn
pictorialism is by far my favorite and his combination of autochrome and soft focus is incredible.
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Josef Koudelka, I like their work during the Prague Spring in 1968. It's admirable they shot only worrying about themselves, capturing because they felt it was necessary. How they managed to compose great photos in the heat of the moment.
"I knew it was important to photograph, so I photographed"

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>>4125456
Sure thing mutt boy
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>>4128812
>their
>>>/lgbt/

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Reminder that you're not a true photographer unless you have a photobook collection including at the very least works by Robert Frank, Garry Winogrand, Diane Arbus and Vivian Maier.
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I'm a member of a photo club and made my own photo book of our members' pictures. it was fun
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>>4127056
I bought a photobook once, had some writing in it too
>Every
>Single
>Time
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>>4127509
Oooh the joooos
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>>4127056
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/No_true_Scotsman

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>>4127509
I mean yeah, early life often decides if someone becomes famous or not, that's how they work, you have to be from the tribe

In 10 years, DSLR cameras will be as niche and retarded as Leica cameras are today.
Mark my words.
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>>4125645
>better done on a computer
Ceefax is much better than any computer. Go back to plebbit.

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>>4125986
But how? You can’t use off camera flash with a smartphone as far as I know
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>>4128769
You would have to set up continuous lighting. It would be a pain to get slightly worse photos than a fuji. On the other hand, you didn’t blow your wad on a fuji and can keep setting aside money for a real camera, and learned a lot of essential skills along the way.
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>>4128769
it's possible, just that nobody makes a USB hotshoe afaik
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>>4128769
Most off camera set ups are wireless so surely you are wrong as my phone has wireless capability


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