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Fujifilm x10. Cute. I take it with me everywhere. Fuck DSLR. Does anyone have experience with it? What is your compact camera of choice?

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I've been using a Fuji X100V since last June. I like it. Compact and I take it with me daily.
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Just got the x100v a couple of days ago. Still learning the ins and outs of that camera (coming from analog), but I really like it so far.
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>>3915010
comfy :)
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Canon G9 X is my take everywhere camera
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I used the X100F on an almost-daily basis for 2 years, but the GR is really the king of taking anywhere with you. I could take it on runs and it felt fine whereas the X100 and even X70 are pretty heavy.
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>>3915010
I have always considered getting the X20. It is the most modern camera with a great separate zooming viewfinder. Xtrans is crap though, but the X10 w/ bayer sensor has its own problems and it doesn't have the nice info readout in the viewfinder.
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>>3915010
Really useful with its 28-70 equ. (those numbers are shown on the lens barrel). Compact, discreet. Can still get good pictures today in broad daylight. Fuck the battery, it dies quickly and shut off the camera before any warning.

>What is your compact camera of choice?
A sony a7r III, plus a 35, 40 or 50mm adapted lens.

Damn this new captcha!

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Thoughts on the GR III ?
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>>3915070
that's the most attractive camera i can think of but it's a bit fragile and expensive.
i'm thinking of getting a xf10 for 300€ instead
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>>3915070
I'm still surprised how this little camera can do such great image quality. Def must-have if you have enough money to buy it.
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>>3915086
I actually thought of getting that one for c cam as well. I need to check performance of that lens first and how it's buffer performs.
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MFT enjoyer here with an Olympus OM-D EM-5 and hipster tier Cmount f.1.4 manual lense. it is easier to carry around than a 7D with a 70-200mm F4 and a battery grip, feels like cheating though.
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>>3915087
>>3915091
Alright I'm getting one. I like my a6400 but I want a second camera that is genuinely always on me without having smartphone tier iq thx
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>>3915010
looks so fucking ugly, lol
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>>3915010
I have an XF10, good IQ for the pocketable size
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>>3915046
same feeling after owning the same cameras
>>3915070
expensive, but there is nothing else that competes. i use it more than anything i own, by far, because it is so easy to grab on my way out the door.
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Olympus XZ-1 is sleek and has a real nice lens.

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>>3915012
>>3915022
Based. Post photos
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>>3915086
>>3915091
I have it. You can ask questions. I rate it a 6/10. It's good at what it does and I don't see the issue with a soft lens but 28mm for me is completely useless.
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>>3915010
I really wish I had a coolpix A

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>>3915312
For a while they were very cheap on ebay, I'm still bummed out I didn't get one when they were like €200.
The name also makes them overly hard to find.
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does a true full frame compact exist?
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>>3915070
um you realise that is a pentax camera
do you really want to be walking around with a pentax
i mean come on
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>>3915331
sort of?
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>>3915308
kek, why did you buy one knowing it's 28 equiv?
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>>3915336
Lens on it is very cringe. You need for Zeiss to get something usable out of it, but then it's so large, that you're better of with a Sigma FP and that one small lens that they have.
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>>3915336
Oh, speaking of sony. Sony has a great budget compact camera that is hugely overlooked - Sony RX100. I bought it for around 150 USD second-hand. Really small and amazing image quality. Sadly no viewfinder in this one.
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>>3915306
here you go lad. Toronto kinda sucks to shoot as a city desu.
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>>3915184
Love it so far, need to get a real wrist strap though the one it comes with is flimsy af. It comfortably fits in my pocket and takes a total of 2s to pull out and get a shot so I'm happy
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>>3915343
I don’t see why we can’t have compact lenses like in film p&s of 30 years ago right?
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>>3915580
>its the city not me
>posts this shit
oh man
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>>3915589
Those lenses cannot resolve modern sensors, unless you want a return to 12mp which isn't a bad idea anyways.
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>>3915594
Honestly I’d be happy with a 6–12 mp full frame super compact fixed but sharp lens, that way it doesn’t eat into the dslr/mirrorless market, would probably kill Fuji though kek

Fuxkit I miss that start a kisckstarter to get this underway
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>>3915580
Noice. Do you use film simulation?
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>>3915618
No I'm not a faggot
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>>3915010
I wanted to get one, but the 'dumb' viewfinder kills it for me. No focus confirmation or anything of the sort reduces the usefulness to near zero.
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Anyone has experience with the m200? It has a 22mm len that seems small enough to have the whole thing in pant pocket.
Wonder if they have gimped the manual settings, especially in video. Also if it's nice or a pain to use.
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>>3915010
I have an x10 but desu i mainly use it to meter for slide film
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>>3915772
Post more pics
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>>3915010
The pen f still hasn't been beaten in aesthetics even years later.
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>>3915824
>bokeh on a product shit
fucking disgraceful
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>>3915010
>What is your compact camera of choice?
Olympus XA
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>>3915824
It's a shame that the dial on the front is used to change the filter on JPEGs. Also it feels kinda plasticky in the hand.

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>>3915010
Honestly, my X-T2 with the 27mm is plenty small enough. Basically, if a camera is bigger than a GR, it's not pocketable so you may as well have a decent camera.

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>>3915756

I have the original M with the 22mm and I love it
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>>3915182
>MFT enjoyer here
>can't spell "lens"
yep, checks out.
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>>3915801
Just to clarify, >>3915772 is a crop from a Velvia 100 slide. Here's an actual picture from the X10 if that's what you wanted
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>>3915342
Because the widest lens I own is 41mm (ff equivalent) so I figured I would love to have a 28mm but as it turns out you shouldn't go below 35mm unless you specifically want a certain look
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>>3915312
I got one refurbished. It’s very comfy. It’s a shame there’s no focus peaking, but at 28mm, most stuff is in focus anyway.
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>>3915871
Post more pics from X10. You shoot raw?
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is having a good camera a meme
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I just bought a Sony Rx100 mk1. Excited to see what it's capable of.

Another compact I never see mentioned in these threads are the Sigma DP1 and DP2 with their Foveon sensors. They can take beautiful pictures but you have to keep the ISO low.
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>>3915343

It uses the same sensor as the A7 so it is a real full frame compact.

>>3915343
I feel the lens was better suited for the original RX1 but the ii-r need something "upgraded" to fool people into spending 2000$ more for a slightly better camera.

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>>3915876

Do you find it to be easily pocketable?

I thought about getting one recently, but couldn't justify it when I already have the Canon EOS M with the 22mm lens, but the 22mm still makes it too big to pocket.
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>>3915910
Mostly jpeg desu, the x10 raws don't have a huge amount of extra information and the jpeg processing is quite good, especially if you leave the file quality at M so it can do the EXR dynamic range thing
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>>3915936
>I already have the Canon EOS M with the 22mm lens, but the 22mm still makes it too big to pocket
Is it really? I've only seen pictures but the whole package seems pretty small. Are you a girl or just wear really tight pants?
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I wish Pentax would make another Q for shits and giggles.
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>>3915939

It's not ideal, but I can get it in all my pockets. Getting it out of my pockets quickly and safely is an issue though, especially with jeans.

I have the Canon G9 X which is the perfect size for any pocket, so it'd be nice to have something with a larger sensor with comparable thickness.
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>>3915947
Pentax always had an eye for great lens design, these look nice
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>>3915947
Quick, someone, find samples from toy lenses!
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>>3915952
is that a Canon EOS M with a 22mm lens in your pocket, or are you just happy to see me?
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>>3915220
>pocketable
>>3915581
>pocket
>>3915756
>pocket
>>3915842
>pocketable
>>3915936
>pocketable
>>3915939
>pocket
>>3915952
>pockets
>pockets
>pocket
>>3916005
>pocket
no wonder /p/ is fully nophotos
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>>3916034
what?
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>>3916037
how do you take photos if it's always in your pocket?
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>>3916041
nobody said it's always in the pocket. you misunderstood, either wilfully or out of genuine lack of comprehension. I suspect the former.
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x10 brings me back some good memories. My first Fujifilm camera. Used to enjoy it a lot, sold it and bought a X100t some years ago, and it's still going strong

pic related, from my x10

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>>3916041
autistic people be like
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>>3915580
fellow Torontanon here

there's alot of cool stuff here, but the city is big so you gotta hoof around alot

been catching these free concerts at a park now that everything is opening up - shaking off the rust before indoor concerts happen :3

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How is the Olly power zoom? I have an E-M5 iii already, but like the idea of getting the E-M10 iv kit as a backup cam with a pancake zoom I can leave in my glove box or put in a hoodie pocket.
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I really want a lumix lx100 ii but they are stupid expensive.
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>>3916196
>lumix lx100 ii
What's special about this camera?
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>>3915010
really wish they didn't kill the x10 line with the x30, and also kept the ovf. such a comfy form factor, I take my x100s most places but I'd literally never put down an x40 if it existed
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>>3915580
>toronto kinda sucks to shoot as a city
>posts the cn tower
you have got to be fucking kidding me. maybe walk outside of fort york condo land?
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>>3916092
Very rich and saturated colours, soft everywhere, but somewhat acceptable iq from 16mm to 30mm, fi you can live with f4.6 already at 25mm. Great for closeup and near macro where sharpness isn't major factor. Powerzoom is annoying, but focus ring is decent.
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>requires a separate attachment for the single most important and versatile focal length
>no actual rangefinder mechanism
>attachment occludes the image on the already hamstrung OVF
>EVF is literal eye cancer
The X100 series could have been so much more than the poor man's Leica. It's a pale imitation.
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should I buy a beat-up but fully functional X100s for 200 dollars? have the opportunity today.
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>>3916201
Really nice lens. No wonder since it's dlux7 in different package.
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>>3916223
By a poor man's Leica do you refer to Leica's range of digital cameras?
Or are you comparing a digital camera to some old film camera?
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>>3916236
The digital leicas. They have enough wrong with them that it shouldn't be hard to come out with a better camera but somehow fuji manages to miss the mark.
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>>3916228
yes
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>>3916201
I really want a micro four thirds camera for the size but if it is interchangeable lens I will succumb to gear faggetry since there are so many nice lenses available for m43. The lx100 has a 24-75mm equivalent lens which is perfect for photo/video and it can record 4k. It is also small, lightweight, and beautiful looking. Plenty of physical controls, manual aperture ring, leica optics, high quality evf. It is a nice camera.
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>>3916196
>>3916201
>>3916326
Good luck keeping the sensor clean and cleaning it once it’s dirty, these cameras are horrible for this
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>>3915580
just go shoot photos of hipster girls in Kensington outside Ronnie's. Moving up here was a great decision.
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>>3916306
thanks I did it. Not actually in as bad condition as I thought. Just dirt/fingerprints. Feel like I got a really good deal as Fuji stuff near me is always priced really highly secondhand
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>>3916414
Fujis seem to hold their value pretty well, if you buy them used and sell them it’s basically like a long-term rental.
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>>3916449
PENF actually appreciated in value.
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>>3916463
i got this
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>>3916463
Love the pen-f. Wish they were not so expensive.
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>>3916483
would be better if it was full frame though, as it is its useless and a waste of time, may as well just stick to your phone.
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>>3915756
Had an m with 22mm and I'm sorry to tell you it won't fit into jeans, carpenter pants, or khakis. It only fits into cargo pants while using a belt. It looks ridiculous as if carrying a small brick.
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>>3916521
You are small, grow a foot or two
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>>3916521
I long wanted to have a m + the 22mm but eventually decided I want portability over image quality. If want to pixel peep I can bring my dslr. So I got one of the more portable P&S 2nd hand.

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>>3916235
Why on earth would they put a hardware switch for aspect ratio?
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>>3917034

The G9 X is some good shit.

I recently went on a trip and made the decision to leave the EOS M behind, and I don't regret it.

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>>3916077
I am really excited about things opening back up again. Cool shot!
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>>3917053
>missing the perfect aspect ratio shot scrambling around in the menus
Ngmi
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>>3916495
>PEN
>Full frame
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>>3917360
>cropping gives you cooties
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>>3917184
artists pallete? You'll need to hike closer and crank up ur saturation. All the photos you see online are touched up to fucking hell
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>>3918305

Boom-shakalaka

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>>3916356
this is extremely true. One of the downsides of all non-removable lens cameras .. Are there any that are sealed well enough that never allow dust in?
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>>3916203
I think it's because Huawei bought up and hoarded all the 1/1.7" sensors for their P-series phones. If they didn't, we could have had an X40 with 40 megapixels
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I vouch for the X100V as well love it, have a Black promist 1/4 on it for a recent NYC trip earlier this year

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rx100 m3, I love this camera. I bought a "real" camera the a6400 and I keep going back to my rx100. It fits in my pocket, jacket, back pack, everywhere. I would like an ILC camera but even the small ones are a hassle. Rx100 fits all my needs, I just wish sometimes the sensor was bigger
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>>3918867
I just accidently an RX100 IV (lowballed an ebay seller, and they actually bit) so lets see how it holds up to the Nex 7.
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>>3918867
I have an RX100 M3 as well, unfortunately it's kinda dying - viewfinder/LCD switching doesn't work right and I sometimes have to eject and insert the SD card multiple times before it'll recognize it - and I can't warranty it or anything because it's a Japanese model and I'm in the US. It's a shame because I really like the thing otherwise and when it worked reliably it was great, really impressive performance for something that's truly pocketable, especially by the standards of 2017 when I bought it.

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>>3915936
>Do you find it to be easily pocketable?
A jacket or hoodie pocket, yes. Pants? It might fit, depending on how you dress, but I’m not comfortable doing it.
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>>3915010
small sensor = boring shots
the handling is pretty nice though
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>>3915010
I had that and the X20. They were meh gimmicks.
I'll take a powershot any day.

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>>3918858
this is a great photo wow
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>>3918858
>So much DoF at f/2
Lucky bastards
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>>3920812
>Thinking you'll get bokeh at infinity focus with any camera ever
BAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
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>>3920746
>small sensor = boring shots
lmao never change /p/
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>>3920859
>thinks large format is a myth
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>>3916054
Wonderful photo Anon, pls tell me more about it.
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>>3920862
you mean never stop telling it like it is? one major thing that sets photography apart from other 2d mediums is the ability to portray 3d through shallow depth of field. using a small sensor, you are crippling yourself
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>>3920859
>thinking infinity is from 1m away
KEKEKEKEKEKEKEKEK
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>>3920803
lol, are you fucking serious?
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>>3915010
I have an rx100m3 and an x-t2. Though I prefer the x-t2 + 35mmF1.4 the rx100m3 still gets plenty of use as an edc and travel camera. I've taken some of my favorite pictures with the rx100m3 just because it was there when I needed it. Good for creepin too
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>>3915010

I bought this one for 15€ on a second hand store to have it in my car.

For the price, is this a decent purchase?
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>>3921267
t. nophoto
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>>3915010
So I had an a6000 + 7artisans 35mm f1.2 setup and I loved it to death
the only thing that was annoying me was the focus shift in the edges because of the rangefinder design.
I sold the setup and settled with an A7ii + Minolta 50mm because muh FF! and man... I shoot less now.
I miss the small lightweight cam, and because of the viewfinder, it was comfy to compose portrait shots on those. I also miss the close range focus compared to the 0.5m focus on my Minolta
I admit it's not small or anything, but it definitely felt like it
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>>3922721
so you gonna go back?
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>>3922733
I... don't know really
I might just try to find a small enough lens for my A7ii but eh...
I can also just cope and use APSC mode on it lol

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>>3922721
thats why even though sometimes I think of an a6400 or even a a7c upgrade, at the end of the day, I realize the a6k with small lens will still weigh less and be of more use
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>>3915010
Looking for some help, I'm looking to get a compact full frame camera. I like to use small primes, I don't really care about manual or auto focus. And I'm not interested in Fuje and their xtranny files that don't fit into my work flow. Any suggestions? price is somewhat of a factor.

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>>3922736
Is this your pic? Because this isn't the markII.
You can try a m42 adapter + a Pentacon Auto 50 1.8 (focus down to 0.33), pic related.

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>>3922790
i'd say any a7/r/s, though they keep getting thicker every iteration. a7c is the same as the mark III's but without the SLR-like hump. canon rp is in between in height but wider/deeper grip
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>>3922790
sigma fp
>>3922807
he said compact

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>>3922805
Nah just saved the pic because that Minolta stickers looks cool
I'm actually thinking of picking up a /digishit/ again because I enjoyed shooting with my Minolta Dimage F100 (I mistakingly left mine back home). That XT10/20 on OP interested me and even a Canon Powershot G would do
I'd recommend you bros doing the /digishit/ too because it's fun and cheap lol
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>>3922845
those are the smallest FF i know. i always forget about sigma cameras
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Im pretty new at photography, i go out a lot, is there any point and shoot (like fixed lens) camera that can achieve some degree of bokeh for portraits?
I often meet people in the street and i would love to have something pocketable to do a portrait in the moment

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>>3922960
i currently have a fuji x70 that i love (But the 18.5mm lens its a pain in the ass) and a canon sx720hs (i used to do a lot of superzoom photography) and its hard to decide which one i take with me
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>>3922721
>>3922736
the simple answer is the sony 50mm f/2.5 g. it's pretty compact and it gets you a 50, plus AF.
>>3922790
that lens has really nice bokeh.
>>3922960
you didn't mention a budget so a sony rx1r ii would be great. if you want something a bit less pocketable, you could get a fuji x-e series camera, like an x-e3 or the newer x-e4, and put on the fuji 35mm f/2, which would get you a 50mm equivalent with plenty of bokeh.
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>>3923103
i know of the Rx1r ii, its a dream for me, but obviously way out of my league
Moving from a x70 to a canon g5x or g1x or g9x im gonna suffer a lot because of the smaller sensor size,right?
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>>3922790
>>3923103
The lens is a Voigtlander 58mm f/1.4, its an 85mm on the crop.

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>>3923113
oh interesting, I figured it was the Nikkor 58 f/1.4. either way, it's absolutely lovely, in both shots.
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>>3923112
going down to a 1 inch sensor is definitely going to decrease your bokeh potential significantly. the g1x, it depends on which generation; if you're looking at the original, it's 1.5", so it's still smaller but not as small as the 1" sensors. looking at the mark iii, it has an aps-c sensor, so you wouldn't actually be downgrading your sensor size significantly in that case (canon aps-c is smaller than everyone elses's, so it is a downgrade in size still). but the built in lenses on the g series cameras don't seem particularly fast to me. you'd have to check out photos taken on the long end and see if they have sufficient bokeh for you.
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>>3915010
>>3915012
Would one of these be good for a first camera?
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>>3926071
>first camera
the best first camera is your phone, or if you really urgently want to spend money, upgrading your phone to a sammysung or iphone with manual camera software
gear isn't photography and no amount of gear will help you with framing and composition, moment and time, etc.
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>>3926072
I've taken pics with my phone, don't be a fag
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>>3922867
Consider the Nikon P7800
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>>3926071
If you like fujis, get an xt2. Full manual controls and ability to change lenses (unlike the x100v or x10) is important since you don't know your preferences yet. Also they're extremely well priced atm and will take you as far as you'd like to go. Feel free to ask any more questions here: >>3916604
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>>3926073
If you feel your phone does not do it, for a first camera I'd recommend a dslr/mirrorless kit from last 10 years. Whatever brand you fancy.

Myself have a G9X II. It's not as good in ergonomics and for pixel peeping as my dslr from 2013 but a very portable compromise.
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>>3926071
Don't listen to >>3927779, interchangeable lens cameras are overrated. You'll spend quite a bit of money on a nice body, and then get saddled with a pretty crappy kit lens. Meanwhile, a nice fixed lens camera has a sensor and lens that are designed to suit one another and produce the best overall quality, while being yet more compact than even the smallest ILC. Your chosen examples are particularly unique for being cameras with optical viewfinders which I personally think are the most fun camera type to use. The only ILC with a similar viewfinder are Fuji's X-Pro series which are either too old or too expensive. As a first camera, get an X20, X100, Ricoh GR or maybe a Sony RX100 III. Well, really you should get a film camera, and not just pretend with a Fuji, but whatevs.
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Wanna get my first camera soon and it seems like the canon eos m is matching my needs and I can get it for 200€. Should I purchase? Are there any hidden cons I should be aware of? And what are the alternatives at this budget price range (400--500€ max.]?
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>>3929678
As a first camera someone should get the biggest focal zoom you can get, that's how you will get familiar with all kinds of compositions as long as the shooter is not lazy zooming all the time.
Someone learning with a fixed lens will certainly become proficient in a specific focal length but become confused and uncomfortable with other lengths like 20mm or 200mm.
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Worth it to get a Snoy RX1005A, $600 open box?
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>>3923103
I just got a Sigma 45mm f2.8 for my A7C and its working out nice.
its not as fast and softer at minimum focus distance, but I got it about $300 cheaper than the Sony 40mm
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>>3922736
get a Samyang 35mm f2.8

its really super small and a AF is super slick. it's quite honestly the best small form factor lens for Sony FF out there right now imo
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>>3917053
>Why on earth would they put a hardware switch for aspect ratio?
how about you go to the product page and see why you fucking lazy idiot?
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I use an RX100 VII as a newfag to photography. I like it a lot, although it seems to suffer with low light a bit.

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>>3918858
Are americans really bombarded with this much advertising constantly? Surely that must fuck their psyche
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>>3929950

You haven't the slightest idea. In our daily routines we will see thousands of ads per day, if the technology was there we would have advertising in our dreams when we sleep. Once beautiful landscapes have been ruined with billboards.
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Thoughts on the G1X 3?
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>>3931351
I want one but the lack of a mic jack makes the price not worth it
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Are the GRs a meme?
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>>3929950
Yes only America has big cities with signs
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>>3931628
No, they’re genuinely great, and one of the few small cameras that feel like they’re designed using feedback from serious users
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>>3915086
the griii is durable as fuck
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>>3915842
>if a camera is bigger than a GR, it's not pocketable so you may as well have a decent camera
i generally agree with this although i like to walk around with the thing in my hand so a small difference in size is quite noticeable to me
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>>3915952
imagine walking around like this. i don't fucking understand people when they say "pocketable". like is this what they mean? what the hell man
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>>3922721
if those cheap chinese lenses had proper click-stopped aperture rings I'd probably own six of them
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Anyone own or handled the Panasonic GX80/85?

Thinking of picking this up, can get it for 402$ (new is 620$)

I want to go full autistic mode and play around with the Oly 60mm macro
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>>3931723
some do, and also you can mod some to have it
https://yukosteel.wordpress.com/2018/05/22/click-stop-aperture-for-7artisans-35mm-f1-2-lens/
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Can you get good astro shots with a 1" sensor?
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>>3915010
Newfag here. What's the most affordable/shilled/memed Camera I can trust is a good buy? Like the Lenovo Thinkpad of /g/
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>>3916472

Wait, this thing isn't a GoPro-type camera? That's super cool
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>>3932153
>Thinkpad
Pentax DSLR. Heavy, ugly, outdated and will still be around to take pictures of the aftermath of a nuclear holocaust.
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>>3932074
Yes, excellent ones. Technique becomes more important the longer duration you have.
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What tripod do you use compactbros?
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These either have horrible sensors compared to new budget phones, or they cost a lot more
I'm happy with my old DSLR and especially with its very long battery life
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>>3932387
Phones will never compete with larger sensors at high ISOs in terms of raw sensor performance, and phones will always be limited to deep DOF, even if they use software fakery to try to get around these things
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I bought a GR3 just to have an excuse to always have a camera on me when I cbf taking my main camera out. The thing that shits me off, even though it haan’t been a huge problem yet, is that it isn’t dust/weather sealed.
If you’re going to have a camera designed to go into your pocket or a corner of your bag, it would be better that it didn’t get fucking lint and shit inside it.

I’m probably going to get rid of it eventually and get an RX100 or just get a better phone for lazy days.
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>>3932367
Whatever flat ledge is around
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>>3933548
The dust thing isn't a big issue with the gr iii, just keep your pockets clean. You can always clean the sensor later. You're right about the weatherproofing though. Dumb decision not to make it weatherproof
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>>3933554
Is the griii an ILC?
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>>3933556
gr's are fixed lens
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>>3932367
I just use a cheap chink smol gorillapod knockoff but only on surfaces
>>3932387
GR3, XF10 have 'newish' 1.5x apsc sensors and are both true compacts.
I have an 2008 dslr but I rarely use it, only when I feel nostalgic. I prefer using my compact or mirrorless.
>>3933548
sandwich bag? I agree, for the GR3 price and as a high end compact, at least it should be weather sealed like pentax.
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>>3915937
This is really nice
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>>3915010
i very much like the idea of this camera, and i totally want one, except for the fact that its got a fucking wide angle lens on it. i don't ever shoot wide angle. id be all over this if it had a 35mm (50mm equivalent) lens on it. i guess people prefer the wide angle because it lets them take pics of their friends across the table at restaurants, or because they can zone focus better, or because its physically smaller, but you're a fat idiot and if im spending $1054023 on a camera i want the pics to be a standard focal length that doens't distrot faces and people look like shit

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>>3933622
50mm is the morning shit of focal lengths. Sure they're normal nut they're also disgusting and no-one wants to look at them. Go wide or go long.
>t. x100v owning chad
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>>3933623
Pretty much this, but 35mm is just as bad as 50mm. You need to go even wider and longer. 28mm or 24mm and 85mm is the sweet spot really.
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>>3929883
I did. It doesn't say.
Dumb fucking switch even though I like the camera. This is worse than the PEN Fs colour dial.
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>>3933623
>they're normal nut they're also disgusting and no-one wants to look at them. Go wide or go long
what? the fuck
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>>3933625
There you have it, folks. Anything between 28 and 85mm is disgusting and nobody wants to look at them.
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>tfw stupidest person alive
>had camera since december last year
>always disappointed with how weird low light looks
>only just today realised that "weirdness" is the clouds
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>>3933623
>I rely on gimmicks to take photos I don't think look shit

Imagine not being able to compose a good shot on a 35mm, you must be bad at photography
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Just ordered a GR3. How worried should I be about dust? I plan to keep it in my front trouser pocket which can get full of dust and lint. Should I get a case/pouch for it?
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>>3933671
Dust is a really blown up issue with the GR line. Especially with the GR3 you'll be fine because it has IBIS, which also enables a sensore cleaning function.
I've had my GR II almost since release and I don't baby my cameras. Front pocket always worked out fine for me, and at home I put it in a tupperware box, but I do that with most of my electronics.
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>>3933689
I hope so. I might just rock a fanny pack anyway for my 90s aesthetic.
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>mfw I regularly used fanny packs in the 80s
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>>3933724
>the 80s
how old are you nigga
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>>3933724
I had one in 1990 when I was 4. Used to keep my pocket fan, camdy and asthma inhaler in there. Shit was so cash.
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>>3933727
I recently bought one, but I wear it across my shoulder. Very comfy, and if you know how to dress properly it's perfectly onobtrusive in public.
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>>3933671
get one of these to clean the lens assembly after a day of shooting. dust is going to sit inside of the protruding lens first before being sucked in by frequently switching the camera on and off. if you're actually out shooting, once a day should do the trick
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>>3932387
>doesn't know the GR and XF10 and X100 and X70 have sensors that are probably just as large and technically superior to his old DSLR
kek
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>>3915947
I'd really like to see what the Q lenses could accomplish with a more modern sensor. They almost feel wasted.
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>>3934079
this
the pentax q was an incredibly comfy camera but buying one today for the price they cost is stupid. I'd take one if I could get it for $50 though. More than that I'd like to see a new one. The lenses are already out there and I'm 99% sure a modern Q would sell
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>>3934086
My phone has a bigger sensor.
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>>3933901
>X100
>Superior to a full-frame in any way not portability
lel
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>>3934114
I like large depth of field and low light works fine for me at 3200 on the X100.
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>>3934114
>doesn't know that a new APS-C sensor is going to cuck 5 year old fool frame cameras
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>>3934136
based
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Just found an old canon ixus 750 without battery. Can those batteries charge with the av usb cable?
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>>3915010
>cute
what the hell happened to masculinity? you'll always be stuck in your basement if you don't grow some balls.
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I have an RX100 ii that I really liked, unfortunately it was kill after a quick dip in saltwater. It worked for a couple days, but I guess corrosion took hold after that. Think it's worth opening it up to have a look around?

In the meantime does anyone have experience with the Olympus tough cameras? It's somewhat likely that I would kill another non waterproof camera

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Got it! Taking it downtown later to test it. I'm pretty surprised how extreme the contrast is on the "high contrast B&W" preset.

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>>3934194
I think I hate it. This camera will almost definitely be back on eBay within a couple of weeks.

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>>3934339
Composing with just the rear screen takes some getting used to. A lot of my shots were wonky.

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>>3934339
so shit ton of dust at small apertures and you're offloading it to some sucker?
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>>3934342
I love the results but the process was lacking. Back to the X-T2 for me.

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>>3934344
There's no dust. What are you talking about?
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>>3915010
>Canon M100
I got it cause the body was cheap, but I hope to replace it with something with more durable with more physical buttons and dials, and maybe 4k video.
I usually keep the 22mm f/2 lens on it since it's the most compact. I occasionally bring th 15-45mm and the 32mm f/1.4 as well.
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>>3934192
>saltwater
>a couple days
It's dead.
Saltwater corrosion = strip & clean in a few hours at most (and keep it immersed in regularly changed DI water until then if possible, do NOT let it dry unwashed) if you want to avoid permanent damage. As saltwater dries the salts concentrate, and that's when they start chewing through all that nice copper and nickel tying all the components together.
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>>3934194
>>3934339
>>3934342 - especially this one
I dunno, I think it looks good
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>>3933671
is there an available ttl flash for the gr3, as small as the built in flash like in the gr2 but can be attached on the hot shoe? it doesnt need to tilt, just direct ttl flash
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>>3934355
If you wouldn't mind a somewhat bigger camera I can wholeheartedly recommend the M6 mark II - ticks all your boxes and you can use your EF-M lenses with it.
Be aware that it is also not weather sealed and the 4k video is supposedly softer than other cameras in this price range (I never tried it so I'm unable to confirm).
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Are there any modern compact cameras without a back screen? I'm only looking for a cheap Fujifilm-like camera (with dials) but I don't really need a back screen.
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Fujifilm x10 or gr3???
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>>3936548
literally every camera I can think of made after 2010 or earlier has a back screen
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>>3937330
>gr3
Duh
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>>3936548
No. Xpro3 or if you're fancy a Leica M10R or whatever it's called are the only ones and they niche.
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>>3936548
Literally every film p&s doesn’t have a back screen
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Any recommendations for a cheap used small camera? Looking at Sony a6000 on eBay, any other recs
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>>3937469
oops, didn't realize i was on this thread and not /gear/
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>>3937447
>modern
>film
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>>3937466
Most importantly, what do you want to do with the camera?
a6000 can take good images but is very frustrating to use
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>>3936548
Nope. There is really nothing that fits your description. You could get something with a rotating screen, just flip it around and leave it closed all the time. Like some PowerShot G series or whatever they're called.
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>>3937332
>>3937432
>>3937547

Thanks, the recommended cameras are too expensive though.

I already have an a6000 but I'd love to get a light weight Fujifilm like camera, any recommendations?

>>3937534

I have one, why do you feel it's frustrating? Maybe I just got used to it.
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>>3937677
>why do you feel it's frustrating?
A lot of small things

>no silent mode
>annoyingly sharp shutter sound
>sooc jpegs have boring/unpleasant colors, and the engine does not handle high iso well
>convoluted, unintuitive menu with hard-to-understand abbreviations (maybe that's only the case in german)
>viewfinder is not that good
>to enable focus magnification you need to press the button multiple times (I shoot a lot with manual lenses)

The worst thing for me is actually the shutter sound, no idea why, I just hate it.
I guess the menu issue would go away if I sat down and memorized the manual but other camera manufacturers definitely have better structured menus.
I mean it's definitely a usable camera if you are okay with shooting RAW only and can tolerate the shutter sound, but to me it feels like riding a bicycle with not enough air in its tires.
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>>3937892
Forgot one thing
>no auto iso minimum shutter speed option
Instead it just defaults to 1/60
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>>3937677
You should get a PEN F and just fold the screen away. Great camera.
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>>3937938
fuuuuuuuuck I wish they'd do a proper successor. as far as I'm concerned they could just put the E-M5 MKIII tech in a PEN F body and call it a day. as long as they put the viewfinder in. current gen PENs omit this crucial part.
the PEN F is fantastic, but it's not worth the meme tax to me
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>>3915010
>What is your compact camera of choice?
Original EOS M + 22mm f/2.
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>>3937677
>I have one, why do you feel it's frustrating? Maybe I just got used to it.
FUCK TWENTY SECOND BOOTUPS SOMETIMES
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>>3937941
I always found it kind of a bummer that it doesn't have a viewfinder. No, the accessory for the hot shoe doesn't count.
I know compacts don't always have this, but imho, if it's got interchangeable lenses it should also have an EVF. On compacts with a fixed lens that defitinely fit in a jeans pocket that's no real concern to me.
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>>3937947

I'd prefer a flip out screen over a viewfinder.
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>>3937958
I'm conflicted on this one.
Definitely Flip out screen > articulating screen for small cameras. But with something as big as the EOS M I think there's no reason not to have both. I mean, it's not really a pocket camera anyways, is it? At least not like the Ricoh GR or whatever. On the GR I wouldn't want a viewfinder.
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>>3937938

Isn't that a 1000$ camera?
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>>3937942
What do you expect when you buy a camera made my a computer company?
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>>3937892
What camera would you suggest instead of an a6000?
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thinking about getting the x10 for streetphotos, it will be my first dedicated camera. suggestions on better suggestions on its 250 USD price range?
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>>3938805
I still dont know what you want to do with it
but a gx880 is smaller and like 350 new, or 450 with the small tele zoom
but it has no evf (you can do well without it if you rarely use manual focus)
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>>3938805
literally anything else but if you're the type that needs to make your own mistakes, go for it bud
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New to /p/ thinking about buying a camera since my smartphone camera cracked and i need it for field documentation.

I found 2 cameras that seem fit for my purpose:

Sony Nex-6 with a 16-50mm F3.5-5.6 OSS

Olympus Pen E-PL5 with 14-42mm 3.5-5.5

They are both 150€ each and they seem to have really similar specs overall. Only thing i like more about the sony is the integrated viewfinder. Just trying to get some more recommendations i guess since the olympus seems to have more freedom on the overall settings. All input appreciated
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Thoughts on Nikon A900? Want a small pocket camera for birds when I go on long walks.
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>>3922790
Nikon z6/5 with the new 40mm f2
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>>3915923
i have the RX100m7, its a great camera
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>>3939669
Should do the job on a bright day but you will need to learn how to be rock steady with a small camera, that one only goes to usable 1600 ISO.
Also no bokeh.
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>>3915923
>Another compact I never see mentioned in these threads are the Sigma DP1 and DP2 with their Foveon sensors
Lurk moar then
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i still use a 2007 g9. not really pocketable but i love the gritty look of older digital cameras

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Just got an iPhone 12 Pro and loving having a nifty fifty in my pocket.
T H E O N E Y O U H A V E W I T H Y O U

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Thoughts on Casio's high-end compacts? (EX10, EX100, ZR5000) they have fuckhuge screens and the ZR5000 has a 19mm equivalent ultrawide in its zoom range
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>>3934112
And? Glass is half the equation and phones generally have terrible lenses because of the size limitations. A decade old Q still beats most smartphones with everything but low-light performance.
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>>3940534
can you get real DOF on these lens? not that AI gimmick.
f2.0 looks pretty sharp throughout here.
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>>3922706
It's a film camera so keeping it in your (possibly hot) car all day may negatively impact the quality of the film in the camera. Other than that it's a nice camera to have on you at all times.

My main camera is an oly pen epl8 with adapted manual focus lenses and I had a great time using it. My biggest problems with it are the 2x crop (which sometimes comes in handy too) and the quality falloff on higher ISOs.

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>>3918248
lol underrated. Miss selling my PenFT. Had it early on in photography and didn’t realize what a cool camera I was sitting on.
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>>3941717
f/2 will get you a shallower depth of field on a larger sensor than on a smaller one, it's why pretty much everything is sharp when taken with a tiny smartphone camera
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What settings should I use for nightime with the RX100?





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