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>>3987661

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Just picked up a 90D with about 300 shots on it for $800
>upgrade from T7i
How'd I do?
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>>3987684
The best improvement you have is the option to adjust your AF in the menu
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VGH the smol mirrorless system

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>>3987686
>24.2mp vs 32.5mp
>4k/1080 @ 120 vs 1080 @ 60
>Continuous shooting speed 11fps vs 6fps
>intelligent af with eye tracking vs basic face tracking
>pentaprism vs pentamirror vf
>weather sealed vs not

Nice try, schlomo
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Sony 55mm 1.8 or 50mm 1.4? The 1.4 is very heavy and considerably more expensive, but it is faster and has really nice rendering.

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>>3987695
really don't like the zeiss lens aesthetics
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>>3987693
None of that matters if you fail to adjust your AF
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>>3987719
t. nophoto faggot poser who wants to look at a camera instead of using it
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>>3987695
I have the 50mm f1.4 from zeiss. Definitely has some heft but the aperature ring is super nice. Pictures are insanely sharp. Best lens I've ever used.
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Did Pentax make a decent compact? Which one of these would you recommend for general snapshots?
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>>3987762
Kek. Well played.
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>>3987783

The MX-1.
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I will purchase the Tamron 35-150mm gen3 f2.8 because it honestly looks like a fantastic catch all lens for hobbyists
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>>3987763
>instead of
Why not both?
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How do you store your stuff? Picrel for me. I wonder if there's such a thing as having too many dessicants.
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>>3987779
The aperture ring is definitely a plus. I rented the 50mm 1.2 a while back and it was much faster than using the aperture wheel. Have you used the 55? Any thoughts comparing the two?
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Whats the worst most retarded thing you bought that you don't recommend?
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>>3987661
How many idiots have bought this shit analyser?
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>>3987804
Haven't used the 55mm. Someone was selling the 50mm f1.4 for $500 usd locally so I couldn't pass up the deal. But honestly I'd probably go for the 55 if I was paying market price. I prefer smaller and lighter lenses and don't care too much about zooming in 1000000x to see small differences. But I've gotta say it's such an amazing lens. Definitely both have their pros and cons.
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just bought a fujiflim x100f to replace my nikon d700. how fucked am i?
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I am considering Zeiss 50mm Planar t* ZE as an upgrade for my STM, i'm looking to buy used. I plan to shoot portraits, i'm not concerned about low sharpness wide open, i can stop down to f2.8 or f4 for less bloomy image. Am i falling for a Zeiss meme? Is there really a magic pop and better colours and micro-contrast with Zeiss? Pic related is STM from today, this is the sort of pictures i plant to shoot, but with a beautiful girl in front of the tree.

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>>3987695
I have the Sony 55mm. Very sharp. Have not used the 50mm 1.4. Unlike my other Sony lenses, the 55 has a bit of onion ring bokeh for point sources. Pic is of RGB LEDs at about 2 ft distance.

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>>3987665
lmao
>>3987814
it's cool for filmmaking
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>>3987808
a Sony model under $6500, menus will make u an hero
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>>3987837
>>3987869
Thanks for the input. I think I'll pick up the 55. The weight difference is pretty big and if it's as sharp and nice as claimed, onion rings aside, I should be happy.
The 55 has as longer MFD, but the slight +5mm would probably make up for that I imagine.

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>>3987803
maybe throwing a reliable hygrometer inside might help for storage/dessicantmaxxing
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>>3987900
Good choice, I'm considering downgrading from the 50 1.4 to the 55 1.8 to recoup some money and buy another lens lmao
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>>3987803
Ruggard 80L cabinet. I only have it turned on during summer tho.

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>>3987900
this is so typical of Sony users. I presume you took this in your back yard?
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>>3987661
have you ever tried sticking this lens into someone's arsehole and taking a photo?
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>>3988013
That lens makes a bag of frozen broccoli into a giant forest
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>>3988016
does it make an asshole appear as a giant cave?
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>>3988018
If you want giant cave you better use your moms vagina
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I took a photo that has some very bright, warm sunlight. After developing the raw I notice the red histogram peaks at both left and right ends. What does this mean, should I be concerned? Any suggestion?
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>>3988055
Pic related

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>>3988055
It’s fine. It just means you crushed and clipped some reds, which isn’t abnormal in any way. It just means your camera couldn’t capture all the details in the red channel.
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>>3988060
Ah okay, thanks. I should've dialed +1/3 EV instead of +2/3EV. Or shot film. But fortunately this pic turned out okay after all.
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Shit, should I be buying a camera dehydrator?
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>>3988059
Highlights are mostly red, as you can see in the image, reflecting off the walls of that disgusting Bulgarian-built Finnish neocommieblock.
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I have the option of buying for £900 dorect from Ricoh or there's a "never used" one on eBay for £800 but will have no warranty.
What would you do?
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Will I be able to get decent snapshits with a 18-200mm 3.6-6.3 OSS snoy lens? There's a silver colored one on sale at a thrift store I asked them to hold for me, 200$
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>>3987808
a manfrotto befree advance tripod
it's very light but not particularly compact and wobbly as hell

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>>3988104
Neither. That's way too much cash to spend on a camera that still has no EVF.
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>>3988087
Hey it's my home you're talking about. Have some courtesy.
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>>3988121
No. Better pick the 18-300. It's far superior in every single aspect and there is over a decade of lens design knowledge between them.
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>>3988055
It's normal, exposure is correct in your case.
It's one of the limits of of rgb cmos sensors, so it's wise to keep an eye on it. When doing primary colours stuff it becomes more important, since you will often clip two channels, or be left one dominant, you may need to under or overexpose for full stop.
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I want to try a new system and I'm aiming for the Nikon Z5 and the 35mm 1.8 S lens.
Anyone into the Z stuff?
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you know what, I'm locking in the used A7III over the A7IV, the autofocus looks almost exactly the same and I don't give a fuck about the better video really, I'd use that just for fun and nothing else. Besides saving money for better glass, it really rubs my ass the wrong way that it isn't capable of 20fps eshutter at that price point.
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>>3988292

Gen Z babbys are such spoiled little shits.
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>>3988297
im 28 and half blind in one eye and 1/4 shit vision in the other, I NEED the fancy shit to get pictures in focus, the more pics I can take the better chance I have something in focus that looks pretty. shooting with glasses sucks but hopefully the a7III makes it not suck as badly.
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>>3987863
>Is there really a magic pop and better colours and micro-contrast with Zeiss?
Yes, but only with their vintage lenses
Buy a biotar
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>>3988238
Get a used Z6 instead
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>>3988301
>im 28 and half blind in one eye and 1/4 shit vision in the other,
Oh, well in that case, I see how you just can't do without an e-shutter capable of AT LEAST 20 fps bursts. Of course.
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>>3988301
a7 won't help you. EVF isn't as good. Try xt4, r5/r6, and top end panasonics. They're benchmarks in evf right now.
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Does a high quality CPL impact picture quality in any meaningful way?
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>>3988356
Yes, that’s the whole point to using them.
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>>3988342
>>3988346
Idk snoys newest full frame entry camera can't do that but the R6 can. I would buy into Canon but I just don't like the prices of RF glass and the lack of third party. If I bought an a7III for like 1200$ ish on ebay I could pair it with some great glass for the same price as an R6 or a7IV. Financially it seems to make more sense, I'm coming from a Nikon d3200 with a bunch of old adapted lenses and my best lens is a 50mm 1.4g Nikkor which isn't all that special.

2600$ is my budget, will probably also sell my nikkor for 300$ as well
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>>3988433
>Sony lenses are fine
>but Canon lenses are TOOOOO EXPENSIVE
What? Are you OK? You can use any RF or EF lens on the R6 with native autofocus speed. There are a lot of great EF lenses you can get for a great deal. For example, the EF 135mm f/2L USM, which you can pick up used for under $650. Since Canon ergonomics are for human-shaped hands, these lenses are very usable. The Snoy will be unwieldy if you use too large of a lens on it.

I don't even own an RF L lenses because I want compatibility with my DSLR and the EF lenses are so good and affordable.
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>>3988457
yeah but that would go way over my budget, my hands are baby sized as well. The Canon checks a lot of my boxes especially with its speed and better lcd, but their mirrorless lineup is sparse as hell I basically have two choices. Since snoy made their mount public, wouldn't third party lenses be considered native as well? Does third party really exist for the RF mount yet

if I did buy a canon mirrorless it would probably be the EOS R unless it like really sucks but I'm checking it out now
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>>3988464
>yeah but that would go way over my budget
If you can't afford $650 for a lens, then you are not going to have a great time with the Snoy lens ecoystem. What I'm telling you is that you don't need third party RF because the entirety of the EF-mount lenses will autofocus on an R with native speed. The 135/2L was just one example. There are tons of great Canon lenses that are affordable, and, yes, third party EF mount lenses as well, if you are just determined to buy Tamron products. I just picked up a Canon EF 50mm f/2.5 compact macro off ebay for $130 shipped, for example, and it's a sharp lens. Full autofocus functionality on my R6. Are there any macro lenses in E-mount that you can get for $130? The EF 50mm f/1.4 USM is fantastic and very affordable.
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>>3988467
budget is 2600$ and the r6 would eat it all if I bought it. gotta do last gen cameras pretty much only
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>>3988473
The 5DSR is $1500 right now. They were $3800 cameras just a few years ago. I don't think there is a better bang-for-your-buck that can be found at the moment. Spend the rest on L glass.
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When buying gear, do you guys enjoy restoring the camera to it's best condition? I bought a Minolta X-700, the multi function back, a 280 px flash, and a Motor Drive 1 all cheap since they were listed as AS-IS parts/repair only. Turns out, they just needed batteries and a clean up.

Looking forward to trying out the mfunction back after I finish this roll.

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>>3988474
reeee wanna go into mirrorless...maybe I just save more for the newest bodies and wait
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>>3988510
If you insist on mirrorless but you want to try buying just a little bit less camera for a little less money, while still retaining the kind of quality you can expect from having a "Made in Japan" label, Fujifilm is quite good. $2600 will get you a lot of good Fuji gear. I think any of the X-T cameras from X-T2 onward are good, but their other models with a conventional mode dial are not to be discounted, either.

I would not go too deep into Sony or Nikon, myself. Nikon is about to go out of business, and Sony makes the majority of their shit in Chinese flu factories.
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>>3988569
I actually agree, and I'm heavily invested in Canon gear. If I was just shooting stills, I would have already switched.

I shoot videos in a studio setup with an external recorder and need two bodies. One Fuji body and lenses costs as much as two mid-tier Canon bodies with lenses for both. EF/EF-S glass is extremely cheap and great. If Canon made an APS-C body with IBIS, I would probably stay with them just because of inertia, though.
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if you can find a snoy a73 for 1300$ in good condition that is probably worth it imo
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>>3988688
I didn't realize those were still selling for so much. At that price, I'd go for an EOS R, for sure. I'll take the Canon lens ecosystem over Snoy any day of the week.
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>>3987808
sony a6000 when I started
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>>3987808
a cheap tripod
go big or go home
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>>3988718
a73 buttfucks a canon eos r hard dude
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>>3988718
That seems pretty cheap for what you are getting to me. The AF looks like it is definitely the best out of the last gens
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should i spend more for a faster sd card for photo shooting? how do i know if its going to be enough for burst mode?
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>>3988500
I want an X-700 as my next film body. How does it handle?
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>>3987661
What would be a good cannon lens for scenic photography?
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>>3988761
>>3988757
Neither of you are using your brains. With a Sony body, you are stuck in the Sony lens ecosystem. It's not a good deal. Sony is NEVER a good deal, at any price.
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>>3988786
>scenic photography
like landscapes? also canon isnt a mount anymore, they have EF and RF
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>>3988790
yeah, I'm looking for a lens to bring with me on a trip to yellowstone/grand canyon
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>>3988793
>>3988786
Any zoom of at least a 4x magnification range. The 24-105mm f/4 is called a travel zoom for a reason. The notion that all landscape photography must be wide angle is mistaken. You'll need to shoot at 100mm as often or more than you'll need to shoot at 24mm.
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>>3988796
>>3988793
but like ef or rf
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>>3988793
>>3988796
This, get a zoom that covers a wide range of focal lengths, it makes it so much simpler on trips to take just one lens that'll cover most situations rather than taking 3 or 4 primes that would technically have better image quality. You'll be kicking yourself a lot more if you miss a great shot completely than if that shot is a little bit less sharp than it could have been. I'm a sensorlet Snoyfag, and I take an 18-135 (27-202.5 equivalent) with me, which covers most things. I don't know anything about Canon besides that I've heard they have an amazing lens selection, so you shouldn't have any issue finding a good quality versatile lens for a reasonable price.
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>>3988803
>but like ef or rf
Since you just asked about "cannon" (sic) lenses, and never said what camera you own, nor your budget, it's impossible to recommend an exact lens.
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>>3988787
sony lens eco system plus a million others via adaptors. no system can adapt as many other lens types, often natively, than sony
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>>3988813
>plus a million others via adaptors
Try it sometime. AF speed and accuracy are ass.
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>>3988783
it feels weightier than you would expect. I have average sized hands and it feels comfortable when taking landscape photos. not so much for portrait photos. With the motor drive, the portrait photos feels steady. Its plastic in the groves with some parts metal.

Make sure the bottom does not say China or Malaysia, as bottoms with no text were made in Japan and are more reliable and less prone to shorts.
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anything that'd fit a nikon d5600 here ?
they're for sale $7 each
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>>3988819
Anything that's listed as "for nikon" will fit.
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>>3988812
i think youre lost in this flow.
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>>3988825
I think I'm not.
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>>3988826
I think anon just wants to bring the lens on his trip, not the camera
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>>3988828
>I think anon just wants to bring the lens on his trip, not the camera
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Is this viewfinder any good?
I want to put it on my Ricoh GR. Or is it better to get the official Ricoh GR viewfinder, but it's too damn expensive
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>>3988854
If you want a non-shit image in the viewfinder you will put a non-shit viewfinder on your camera.
There is a OVF for the GR from Voigtlander
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>>3988855
Can't find one in my local seller and amazon and other overseas online stores are out of stock
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>>3988856
Look harder
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>>3988859
There's one in Hong Kong but it asked for US$400 they knew there's shortage so they want to extort people who want one
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>>3988864
>they knew there's shortage so they want to extort people who want one
Very communist of them
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>>3988872
Ironically that's pretty capiltalistic of em. Y'know, the basic supply and demand stuff.
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>>3988873
I know. Look up "sarcastic" in a dictionary
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I'm at a crossroads between getting a sigma 30mm or viltrox speed booster+ nifty 50 lens for my M5


>Ib4 you should just buy a FF camera then

I have one but it doesn't leave the house unless it's for work


If y'all got experience with the speed booster would like to see some images
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>>3988879
Why don't you look it up on Flickr?
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>>3988881
Tried and found one of those home photographer types and he only has a photo of the set up :(
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>>3988882
You're not looking hard enough, nobody is going to spoonfeed you
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>>3988854
I bought that chink shit, its unusable. better buy a branded one.
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>>3988879
>speed booster
y
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>>3988888
I always post questions here just in case but found a video of some guy using it

>>3988893
And that "loss of image quality" is really unnoticable specially for my street shittography that is going to be edited on an iPad
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>>3988891
Meh, I guess I will skip it until there's a voigtlander appeared on ebay
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>>3988907
Anon is likely bulshitting you. It's not that hard to make looking glass so it's probably fine.
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>>3988917
Looking at the image I can already tell it is a cheap shit that will fall apart as soon as he puts it on the camera.
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>>3988919
That is also not very likely to happen. This statement probably stems more from butthurt than anything else.
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>>3988919
So you're lying to me? No wonder /p/ is still a shithole. No integrity at all. Ironic that /toy/ has more genuine people
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>>3987661
what is the advantage of such a thin lens?
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I need a throwaway camera for timelapses, interchangeable lenses, preferrably sony e or canon ef compatible.
Mirrorless would be best for easier workflow with no mechanical shutter.
Fullframe is preferrable but not a dealbreaker.
Needs the ability to pick any interval, not limited to 1minute as the max.
Also must be able to charge via usb.
Must be able to handle being on for days, week(s)
High megapickles allows for cropping in for the video editing, points of interest etc.
Budget allows for a lot, but since timelapse is all I need stuff like video etc doesn't matter.
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Can't beleive how good the LX100 is for £220. It came with the AF coating scratched so I just polished off the whole thing and it looks great.
I also love how you can snap to 28, 35, 50mm. I don't know why I like this but I just feel like I know where I am.
The EVF is pretty shit but useable. Will post photos later.
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>>3988569
>Nikon is about to go out of business
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>>3988956
AF coating? You mean front element coating? You removed the lens coating?
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>>3988988
Sorry I meant AR coating on the screen.
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Why does this board hate snoy, they good
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>>3988925
>>3988933
Taiwan is a free country, mate
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>>3989007
And Australia is a prison colony, you can thank your glorious white leaders for that.
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>>3988999
>they good
sure
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>>3988999
>rapid release cycle results in the cameras you own becoming deprecated quickly (not just the a7, but the NEX and aXXXX series before that) -- meaning that when you go to sell your current camera to upgrade, no one wants to pay a good price, so you take a huge loss
>camera menu system has ALWAYS been incredibly cumbersome
>AF was shit until third generation, alleged "weather sealing" is still shit
>made in China to save money, but you still pay a shit ton of money, and have to put up with massive sample variation in lenses (due to low quality Chinese slave laborers just not caring)
>historically churning out E-mount lenses at a slow rate that were a poor fit for mirrorless (size/weight), were of low optical quality or otherwise neglecting important focal length ranges
>(con't) whereas Canon's first RF lenses were things like 28-70mm f/2, 50mm f/1.2, 85mm f/1.2, 70-200mm f/2.8, etc...lenses everyone loves, Sony's early E-mount lenses were duplicitous variable aperture low magnification zooms with soft corners, rebranded Tamron super zooms and overpriced pseudo-Zeiss primes
>as the lens problem has eventually been solved with time, the prices of lenses have increased beyond any other brand
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I did something dumb. I was so excited to get my 17-55mm, I made 2 offers on used lenses on ebay thinking both would get a counter offer but instead they both accepted so I just had to buy these 2 lenses for $375 each

both lenses are like new. one has less than 100 shots. they were both being sold for ~$450, so I offered $375 and they both accepted :/

lowballing people on ebay = win?
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>>3989016
Why didn't you email one (or both?) of the sellers and ask them to cancel the order? All you're just going to do is return one, I assume.
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>>3989016
Do this with one, sell for profit

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>>3989018
I'm just gonna pick the best one and sell the other on craigslist
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>>3989021
How is the effect so noticeable
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>>3988757
>a73 buttfucks a canon eos r hard dude
Both are mixed bags which one up each other in different areas.
* R has more resolution, A73 has about 1ev more DR.
* A73 has better fast action stills tracking AF, R has better focus pulls for video AF.
* A73 has full width oversampled 4k, but the R has far better bitrates and produces footage that is far more flexible in post production.

I could go on, but there's no clear winner between them. It just depends on what you value most.
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>>3988787
>>3988813
"Sony lens ecosystem" isn't really an argument when it can adapt so many lenses (with decent, not great, compatibility) and has so much 3rd party support.

But "few Canon RF lenses" is also not an argument when RF bodies natively support the massive EF library. (Native protocol, you still need an adapter for correct registration distance.)
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I find the argument "this system has 254 lenses so it's better than this system than has 216 lenses" idiotic.
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>>3989030
This is why I suggested Canon in >>3988718. For a similar price of entry, I'd want to get into the Canon lens ecosystem.
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>>3989032
>>3989034
Try adapting Canon lenses onto Sony sometime and you'll quickly learn why native lenses are important. The AF is nowhere near as good as native.
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>>3989036
I don't care about adapters.
My point is each system right now has pretty much everything one would need.
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>>3988768
what camera and what will you be shooting
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>>3989037
Each system is fairly competent at this point--it's not like we're talking about Pentax--but there are points of difference, and they do matter. Some people will prioritize each point of difference to different degrees, but pick a set of parameters and it is possible to declare one system better than the other.
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>>3989041
>it's not like we're talking about Pentax
HEEEEEYYYYYY
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>>3989043
You were saying?
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>>3989046
wtf is this real?
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>>3989049
Very.

Pentuckfags btfo eternally
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>>3989052
I don't get it.
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Any recommendation for a good portable light? I wanna try some in- and outdoor night portrait and maybe car shooting with a (colored) light illumination. Using red gel foil or so. Similar to pic related.

Can I just buy one of those cheap chinese LED lights for video cameras or aren't they strong enough?
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snoy pics look better to me, but canon video looks better to me
what do
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>>3989082
Get your eyes checked.
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>>3989078
Viltrox VL-500T is pretty nice. They go for about 90 bucks.
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>>3989089
Thanks anon
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don't listen to the salesmen, snoy last gen entry level was absolutely the best Mirrorless on the market in 2018
Snoy a7iii>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>massive power gap>>>>>>>>>>>> Z6 >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>little power gap>>>>>>>>eosR
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>>3989093
I feel lie this is more to Tamron, Sanyang and Sigma's credit than Sony though.
In the end it's the lenses that matter.
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>>3989093
Can you justify all of those greather-than signs, or explain why you left out the R6/R5, which are far more relevant to the conversation? You're comparing a first gen model, the R, to a third gen model, the a7III. Also, please point to the E-mount lens equivalent of the RF 28-70mm f/2L.

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>>3989095
He probably thinks R6 and R5 are overpriced.
Especially since R5 was just a beta release that is being replaced soon.
Also I heard some talks about the A7Rm3 being 2-3 times cheaper than R5.
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>>3989097
>He probably thinks R6 and R5 are overpriced.
I'm not going to pretend I can read his mind, which is why I asked.

>Especially since R5 was just a beta release that is being replaced soon.
No, I don't think so. Why do you make stuff up like this? There were some crucial firmware updates that early production R5's got to make the highest spec video features usable, but I wouldn't count on Canon replacing the R5 until 2025. This is their mirrorless 5D.

>A7Rm3
Rm? What's that?
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>>3989098
>No, I don't think so.
It's all over the news sites, Even Afro guy on youtube said so.

The beta release of R5 will be discontinued when the proper release is launched.
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>>3989099
I think what you are referring to is the R5C, which is a cinema-oriented R5. It's not a replacement. It's a fork, same as how Sony has multiple forks of the same camera (a7, a7r, a7s). There is no way that a camera with an active cooling fan such as the R5C would take away the market share of a camera without a fan.

Feel free to find me any source that says the R5 will be discontinued, though. I can not find such a source.
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>>3989095
a7III was 2000$ on launch...the EOS R was it's direct competitor along with the Z6...the r5 was almost double that price and released much later so that's why I didn't compare them, the r5 is definitely NOT an entry level mirrorless.

bruh that lens is 3000$. maybe like 1% of posters on /p/ would ever own that lens. You were saying canon being budget friendly but all these recs are going to rape anyones bank account badly.
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>>3989104
My posts:

>>3988569
>>3989014
>>3988718
>>3988787
>>3989035
>>3989036
>>3989041
>>3989095
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I'm thinking of spending around 2k on a camera. I'll use it for street photography, maybe take it hiking, and whenever I travel (which is several times a year). What should I get?
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>>3989109
Samsung NX1
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>>3989109
Do you necessarily want it to be with interchangeable lenses?
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>>3989099
>>3989103
The weather sealed R5 isn't going any where. The R5C has a fan and is therefore NOT weather sealed but it will record 4k/8k forever.

It's not even really like A7 vs. A7s vs. A7R. It's literally the R5 with a fan.
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im just gonna get the a74 because im a sony pony
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>>3989124
I'm a Canonfag but I can't shit on the A74, damn nice sensor and feature set.
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these prices are out of control..
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>>3989137
The American government is printing more dollars.
So dollar becomes worthless compared to the goods.
It's a process that can't be stopped.
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>>3989155
Poorfags on E-mount go for the 28-75-180 set.

Their combined cost is less than any one of those single lenses.
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What would be a good upgrade from a Canon T6? I want to keep my lenses
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>>3989157
Obviously they all have cheaper stuff.
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>>3989161
It's not the same, the Tamrons are native AF and don't need adapters.

The AF motors they use are also the most advanced type that floats the focusing group so it's frictionless. So in a sense they are even more advanced than some of those 1st party lenses.
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>>3989157
the modern day tammys and siggers are pretty fantastic
that new expensive 35-150 f2.8 tam is sweet
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any recommendations for a cheap film scanning option, just how shitty are the cheap ones? i dont mind if it looks bad but if its like unusable...
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>>3989187
Define cheap. I bought a used flatbed and not even one of the good ones (V300 or something) for like $100 and it worked alright.
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Will nikon and canon ever make their new mounts available for third party devs
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>>3989204
They want your money to themselves.

Canikon have already understood those who desire Tamron and Sigma already went into E-mount. So now they concentrate on the rest of the market who are interested in Canon and Nikon.
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Anybody got any winter gloves they recommend for winter photography?

I bought pic related because I like the idea of having thumb and finger flaps for making adjustments but the quality isn't great for what I paid for and I'm trying to look at other options.
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>>3989209
anyone who can use canon L lenses doesn't want to even touch shitma art lenses much less tamron's AIDS
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>>3989245
Sorry, but gloves are for pussies.
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>>3989251
this. what a faggot haha
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>>3989246
Just ignore the legions of pros buying the Tamron 35-150 f2-2.8

Pros want performance and flexibility with enough quality to get the job done. The name on the side is less important than a quick and easy workflow.

There are plenty of L lenses that are BTFO by Sigma Art lenses.
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>>3989204
Nothings stopping the third parties from reverse engineering them legally or releasing manual focus, the only downside is you have to release to an uncertain mount. Z mount is pretty rocky desu, I wouldn't be buying into it. E, rf, X, l, and sort of mft are the only ones with solid backing
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Telephoto lens for D300S? I currently only have a 18-55 , I'm looking for something at least up to 140mm or preferably more
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>>3989246
>muh canon L
https://www.the-digital-picture.com/Reviews/ISO-12233-Sample-Crops.aspx?Lens=1415&Camera=1508&Sample=0&FLI=0&API=0&LensComp=1586&CameraComp=1538&SampleComp=0&FLIComp=0&APIComp=0
Canonfag blown the fuck out.

Tamron is a different company than it used to be back in the day.
Their AF on E-mount is native performance.
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>>3987661
>tfw no artillery lens
feels bad man
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>>3989321
Is that a prime lens?
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>>3989340
No, it zooms around on its tracks
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I can't stop feeling I'm "missing out" by now having a full frame camera.
Why am I like that?
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>>3989394
Because fuji gfx100s exist
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Is it worth it to invest in the EOS M system still? I see the Sigma 16mm, 32mm, and 56mm are all f/1.4. I have a 22mm f/2 as my only lens for the system. Are they worthy additions to my gear bag?
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>>3989418
EF-M lenses are inexpensive enough and the M6II is nice enough of a camera that I feel like it's worth the price, as long as you are comfortable with its limitations.
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>>3989418
A bit large and heavy with peculiar look and tendency for ugly flare. Contemporary, not art, so they don't get best coating. Flare is there to stay. Plenty of elements means that they're all very sharp.
Unless you really need that extra stop, canon's own are better, and if you can live with mf, you've arguably better chink mf lenses as well. m50 is great stills cam, though.
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>>3989418
if having a few quality primes and adapted zooms is enough and you will be fine with the m6 mark II for the next 5-10 years or more, then yes.
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>>3989418
also there is the ef-m 32mm f/1.4, which is the best lens you can get for EOS M.
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>>3989204
No, but 3rd party devs will reverse engineer them any way.

desu I'm surprised they aren't just using EF protocol in RF lenses. The RF bodies not only understand it, they use it with RF glass. RF protocol adds a high speed serial data line. RF lenses still use the old pins for AF/AE. The new serial data line supports lens stored corrections, and probably supports more sophisticated IBIS/OIS coordination. But RF bodies can still IBIS with old EF IS glass, just maybe not quite as effectively.

>>3989209
Shit take. Sigma and Tamron have said they will address RF this year, which means they've reverse engineered RF, or are close to it. There's a huge market for their glass on RF. They'll figure out Z-mount and ship there too.

>>3989246
Another shit take. I've got two Tamron lenses, the 45mm f/1.8 VC and 70-200 f/2.8 G2. 45mm destroys every Canon 50mm but the RF 50 f/1.2L.

The Canon 70-200 f/2.8's...both EF mark III and RF...are a little sharper than the Tamron center at 200mm. But the Tamron is sharper center at every other focal length. More importantly...and this is what sold me...the Tamron is sharper mid frame/edges at every focal length. There's practically no variance in performance from center across the frame, something you rarely see in any lens. I can position a model ANY WHERE in the frame with the Tamron and get tack sharp results at f/2.8. Tamron's OIS is also freaky good, better than Canon's.

And...I would grab the latest Tamron 90mm macro but they stopped making it. I will probably grab it used rather than pay through the nose for the Canon version.

>>3989256
>There are plenty of L lenses that are BTFO by Sigma Art lenses.
In fairness Sigma ART is mostly primes, and Canon mostly sat on their ass with their primes until RF. The 85mm f/1.4L IS, a recent design, is comparable to the ART (ART is a bit sharper wide open but the Canon is sharp and has IS). The RF f/1.2L's show what Canon can do when they redesign a lens.
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>>3989425
That's true, but there's a rumored APSC RF body coming at some point. Sigma could make those lenses for that system, too, where it will have faster focusing and be attached to a more featured body.
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>>3989442
>Shit take
My take is based on reality. Samyang quite porting to RF after only 2 lenses.
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>>3989442
How do you like the 70-200 G2? I have one and I find it focuses faster than any other 70-200 in market except the RF 70-200 f/4 or f/2.8, where it is almost negligible.

I upgraded from the Tamron 24-70 G2 to the RF 24-70 because it's night and day, but will likely keep my 70-200 G2 because RF doesn't improve much upon it.
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>>3989418
>Is it worth it to invest in the EOS M system still?
If it meets your needs, why not? You can put together an incredibly lightweight/compact, high performance kit with EOS M. We are well past the point of diminishing returns in stills photography. Most people will never need more than 24mp, much less 32mp, nor better high ISO performance than you can get with recent APS-C sensors. You could shoot a lifetime on the M6 mark II. (Or a Fuji XT4 or a Nikon whatever or Sony whatever...I don't know their APS-C lines that well.)

And I say that as a high resolution Fool Frame pixel whore.
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>>3989444
No, Samyang is selling their RF glass under the Rokinon name. It was a marketing decision.

>>3989445
>How do you like the 70-200 G2?
I fucking love it, it's a fantastic lens. Zero temptation to replace it with one of the Canons. They're good in their own right, but the IMHO the Tamron is better.

>I have one and I find it focuses faster than any other 70-200 in market except the RF 70-200 f/4 or f/2.8, where it is almost negligible.
I know there's a review that tried to time them and found the EF mark III focused a hair faster than the Tamron. This would imply the RF is faster too. But the G2 is more than fast enough for sports/wildlife/action.

>I upgraded from the Tamron 24-70 G2 to the RF 24-70 because it's night and day, but will likely keep my 70-200 G2 because RF doesn't improve much upon it.
I was torn between the Tamron 24-70 G2 and the Canon EF 24-70 f/2.8L mark II because I really wanted IS. In the end I went with the Canon because, in this case, the Canon is just sharper. Your comment that you feel like the RF is "night and day" against the 24-70 G2 confirms what I was seeing back then against the EF mark II.

Correct me if wrong since you owned one, but from what I saw the 24-70 G2 wasn't a bad lens, it just couldn't deliver the sharpness/contrast/fine detail of the L.
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>>3989448
Rokinon stopping porting lenses to AF after 2 attempts.

Moving the goalpost won't help you.
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*Rokinon stopping porting lenses to RF
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>>3989448
The G2 24-70 has a very sharp center frame but away from center it's just alright. The RF is sharper overall throughout the entire image but center frame is only marginally sharper.

The contrast and focusing speed/accuracy is much improved over the G2, however. The G2 would hunt a little bit and miss focus sometimes, I wonder if it's because it was adapted or that's how it is for everyone. To compare, I've had no issues with the RF.

I still have my G2 24-70 as I haven't yet sold it (just got the RF 24-70 last week) but it was a nobrainer doing the upgrade. The focusing speed was the big thing, as the G2 couldn't keep up.

It's kind of strange how I own both the G2 24-70 and 70-200, and while they're from the same series, it's really quite unreal how good the 70-200 is while the 24-70 is just alright. I see no reason to replace the G2 70-200 other than maybe its size, the RF 70-200 (both of them) telescope out when zooming but are still smaller I think when fully zoomed. No way am I spending the CAD$3000 to replace it just for size, though. The G2 70-200 has perfect PQ and focuses instantly.
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>>3989449
>hurr they stopped they stopped
No, they didn't. Just because they haven't yet released their next lens...in the middle of a pandemic with parts shortages...doesn't mean they stopped development.

And, again, Sigma and Tamron have indicated they will address RF this year.

>>3989455
Thanks for the info on the 24-70 G2. My 24-70L II is one of my most loved lenses. AF is fast and confident, and IQ is excellent. Glad I went that way.

As for the relative performance difference between the 24-70 and 70-200 G2's, that just goes to show that you have to compare the lenses you're interested in, and not go solely off brand name or designation. There are some L's that aren't that great, and there are definitely some 3rd party lenses which aren't that great. But there are also some 3rd party gems. Always look at the lens, not the badge.
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>>3989461
>Just because they haven't yet released their next lens.
They did.
But for E-mount.

See? You have no comebacks against my arguments.
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>>3989462
>because they released a lens for a mount where maybe they were further along in R&D or have more sales means not releasing a lens for another mount proves THEY NEVER WILL AGAIN FOREVER AND EVER!!!!!
>see? you have no comebacks against my confirmation bias
Go away moron.
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>>3989463
How many more years will it take to convince you?

Samyang gave up after 2 lenses.
Rokinon gave up after 2 lenses.
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Soul to soulless ranking:

Pentax > Fujifilm > Olympus > Panasonic > Nikon > Canon > Sony
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>>3989466
>same company counted twice
You should talk to Scott Adams about confirmation bias and never admitting you're wrong.
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What light is this, /gear/?

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>>3989468
Panasonic is a bit high, and I use Panasonic.
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>>3989486
See the previous posts.
If I only mention Samyang, then you will do a pathetic attempt at talking about Rokinon.
And if I only mention Rokinon, then you will be pathetic again and shift the fiscussion to Samyang.

So you don't have any idea of how long it will take to convince you?
Isn't RF 4 years old at this point or some shit like that? 4 years and only 2 lenses from Samyang.
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Now I'm thinking if I should find another (defective) one that has an intact plastic shell. Might be difficult to find. Or I could just disassemble the plastic shell and super-glue the broken parts back together.

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>>3989394
Because you realized you make the same pictures you made with APS-C but now everything is heavier and slower and you are missing opportunities.
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>>3989487
LED
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Currently on a Fuji X-E3 but personally I find the sensor a bit limiting. Looking for a FF with a similar classic (rangefinder) look. Is Leica the only one that offers FF in that style?

I really really hate all the SLR form cameras.
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>>3989492
>If I only mention Samyang, then you will do a pathetic attempt at talking about Rokinon.
No, retard, you don't get to count the same company's perceived actions twice. And I say "perceived" because your interpretation of events is one of a dozen valid interpretations, but you're too low IQ to understand that.

>Isn't RF 4 years old at this point or some shit like that? 4 years and only 2 lenses from Samyang.
There are 48 3rd party RF lenses at B&H, 3 from Samyang/Rokinon, and 4 AF lenses from 2 different manufacturers. As I said before, you can make an RF lens that speaks EF protocol and it will work. The most likely explanation for Sigma/Tamron/Tokina holding off on RF glass is that they want to reverse engineer the RF protocol to support lens corrections and IBIS+OIS and that, along with the pandemic, has delayed them.

But the idea that there will be 3rd party lens support for RF/Z in the future doesn't fit with your "Sony is bettah!" narrative so you will reject it and insist that since there are ONLY four AF lenses from ONLY two manufactures, no one will ever make another lens for RF ever again. And you will cling to that until Sigma/Tamron/Tokina start shipping RF glass.

Now go away.
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>>3989535
Correction: there are four AF lenses from three separate manufacturers.
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>>3989535
>No, retard, you don't get to count the same company's perceived actions twice
Yes I kind of do. See you post here>>3989448
I had to bother myself with raping you a 2nd time>>3989449
And now a 3rd and 4th time.

>and 4 AF lenses from 2 different manufacturers.
Same focal leng and same aperture value from "both manufacturers.

Why did these companies only release 2 lenses?
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>>3989531
Limiting how? I can guarantee you haven’t outgrown the X-E3.
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>>3989468
I dunno man. I kinda like my goofy 6D

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im just gonna go with the snoy a73 and smegma 28-70 2.8, pics and performance/cost look great
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>>3989537
>Yes I kind of do.
No, you don't. Just take the L. Admit that Samyang did not stop manufacturing their AF lens for RF, they simply decided to brand it exclusively under Rokinon. And stop imagining stupid little debate scenarios in your brain because I pointed this out to you.

>I had to bother myself with raping you a 2nd time
>I WON IN MY MIND!
No one has announced they're not making, or have stopped making, RF lenses. The big players have said they will address RF this year. It's typical of a brandfag to stomp his feet, cry like a baby, and insist that because one manufacturer isn't bringing out a new lens every month that NO ONE WILL EVAH MAKE RF LENSES, THEY WON'T, THEY WON'T, THEY WON'T!

>>and 4 AF lenses from 2 different manufacturers.
>Same focal leng and same aperture value from "both manufacturers.
No, retard. If you actually went to B&H and did some research you might realize there are four DISTINCT RF AF lenses from three DISTINCT manufacturers. No counting of Samyang/Rokinon twice. (There are probably duplicates in the total count, I didn't bother looking at each MF lens.)

But then that would shatter your tiny little worldview.

>NOOOOO WHY WON'T SAMYANG RELEASE A HUNDRED LENSES FOR RF NOW, RIGHT NOW DAMN IT???
Maybe the pandemic. Maybe initial sales were slow. Maybe their first AF lens used EF protocol but they decided for the long run that they need to reverse engineer RF protocol to fully support lens corrections and IBIS+OIS. Or maybe something else. There are plenty of reasons that have nothing to do with the one reason that helps you be a brandfag.

Sony opening their mount was a smart move, full stop. But you're a fool if you honestly believe Sigma/Tamron/Tokina won't reverse engineer RF and sell RF lenses.
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>>3989569
>exclusively under Rokinon
No retard. Samyang and Rokinon are two sides of the same coin, and they both have 2 RF lenses.
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>>3989566
The G2 Tamron is even better than the Sigma in every way.
And I heard it's cheaper as well.
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>>3989543
Love the level of detail and that "popping 3D effect" you get from FF cameras. More even on the GFX but they seem way to bulky for me (50 R).
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>>3989519
Cut your losses and buy a Snony.
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>>3987891
>>3988727
What did you get after? I love my cheap Sony Nex 3, the A6000 is still better than mine now, I don't like the menus either, what setting did you find annoying to change? ISO, aperature and shutter speed switch fine to me.
>>3988756
>>3988132
What did you get instead or recommend? I have a large tripod but its not that portable, and I have a light one I carry more often what issues did you have with your cheapo?
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What is some useful gear I can buy So far I am thinking of these:
Tripod or stablizer: Are ballheads better than pistol grips? Is Arca swiss recommended? At this point if I am not doing long exposure shots and just want a steady picture, should I go with a gimbal instead?
Reflector: what size do you recommend, and should I just use foil on a board?
Should I bother with a color sheet to calibrate the colors, and do I need a monitor calibrator for my IPS monitor? I would like to print pictures.
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>>3989598
>Tripod or stablizer: Are ballheads better than pistol grips? Is Arca swiss recommended? At this point if I am not doing long exposure shots and just want a steady picture, should I go with a gimbal instead?
Are you shooting film or video?
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>>3989519
its time for full frame man. its 2022. never look back
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>>3989572
>Samyang stopped making RF lenses
>Samyang makes RF lenses!
Can't make up your mind, retard? Here's a clue:
>bhphotovideo.com
>mirrorless lenses
>rf mount
>select brand
>oh look, samyang is grayed out!
>check rokinon
>three lenses
>one AF
It's that easy, idiot. The other AF lenses are two from Yongnuo and one from Viltrox.
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>>3989572
>>3989613
Oh, and because everything has to be spelled out for you since you are retarded...
>Samyang is the parent company
>Rokinon is a brand used in Europe and the Americas
>Samyang RF lenses are now marketed under Rokinon exclusively
>Prior to this a Samyang and a Rokinon lens did not count as two lenses for any mount, they were the same lens with different branding
Understand, or do I need to draw it in crayon?
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>>3989601
No, I was thinking about using it instead of a tripod for pictures, since it is also stablizing. Considering using a gimbal head on a monopod too.
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>>3989613
>Samyang stopped making RF lenses
They stopped making new lenses.

You're stuck with 2 from them. And they are only making E-mount lenses now.
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>>3989618
>Rokinon is a brand used in Europe and the Americas
Samyang is used in the west as well retard.
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>>3989628
fucking REKT
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That 24-70 f2 RF lens seems ridiculously overpriced holy shit, honestly what is the point of that lens I mean fuck 3 grand for that my chest hurts WHY. Prices like that are just buyer repellent. I checked out the Tamron being shilled and was pleasantly surprised. Probably just slightly overpriced but that seems like a much more reasonable lens to buy. The coverage and image quality makes it appear to be a better buy. But shit it like kills my reason for wanting a 70-200 though, I guess I just go for the 100-400
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>>3989708
No poorfags allowed.
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>>3989608
Sadly my wallet and extensive K-mount lens collection (pic related) do not agree...

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>>3989608
I'm gonna disassemble and superglue/epoxy it, it's just a cosmetic flaw

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>>3989720
wow some $15 crop sensor garbage kit lenses. wouldn't want to walk away from those..
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>>3989723
It won't hold for long, but don't listen to FF guy. I have a K-1 but I use my K-3 much more often. If the patching don't work then I'd suggest getting a used K-3, they are getting cheap as fuck for a whole lot of camera.
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>>3989608
Its again the year of iPhones kicking FF's asses
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Can anyone in Australia recommend me a dry cabinet? I'm thinking of getting one off Amazon because shipping to Tasmania is retarded expensive and I can't find any locally.
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>>3989732
>I have a K-1 but I use my K-3 much more often
You do not have a K-1, lying bitch.
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>>3989783
Who’s the bitch now?

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>>3989796
>>3989783
Also not in picture is a black MX-1
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>>3989760
Large plastic box with well fitting lid and a car desiccant bag
Or find a good cabinet (IKEA) where the door can be sealed off and put in a small electric desiccator (and a bag of desiccant)
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>>3989581
I got myself a Gitzo Traveler instead (GT2545) because I enjoy having peace of mind - if that thing will shake, any other travel tripod will as well. But you can also just buy a Leofoto or one of the more expensive Fotopro/Rollei ones if you don't wanna spend that much on a tripod, good value for money.

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>>3989598
Get a remote/cable release

>>3989627
Don't use a gimbal on a monopod, get the Wimberley Monogimbal instead

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>>3989796
Nice setup! Just lacks a ccd body...
I'm putting my k10d on the shelf until I have some time to start working on disassembling it. Seems I'll just shoot more film since then. Thanks for reading my blog

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>>3989796
I wish pentax would make a smaller FF DSLR. The K-1 is just too heavy.
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>>3989628
[PRESS RELEASE NEEDED]
>>3989630
fucking samefag
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>>3989842
They had 4 years to port to RF, but they stopped at 2 while they continued to shit out another E-mount lens after another, why?
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For me
it's the K5 mark II with the DA 21mm 3.2
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>>3989825
That weight mostly comes from the bigger pentaprism, so it is as light as it can be. You don't want pentamirror on a FF body.
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>>3989847
Nice
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>>3989825
>Pentax K-1II - 1010 g
>Nikon D850 - 1005 g
>Canon 5DIV - 800 g
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Holy BASED.
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R5C Review posted

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KHueaFxfqYQ

>active cooling fan
>Canon "Cinema" features/menus
>no overheating; records indefinitely
>no IBIS
>$4500

Buy yours today: https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1684244-REG/canon_5077c002_eos_r5_c_full_frame.html/SID/DFF
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>>3989808
For reference of how dire the situation is Tasmania doesn't even have an IKEA. I really don't mind buying one of these to ensure really low humidity, I was considering ghetto solutions but I'd rather the peace of mind of a box that will do its own thing. I've seen the higher end models only need to run once every 3 days, not sure what it's like for the cheaper models (would rather it doesn't run all night.
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>>3989813
>>3989796
Not him but why do you guys go for Pentax? I get slr's are pretty robust but for DSLR??
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>>3989875
pretty cucked camera though
where is the SDI, ND filters, mic preamps, proper buttons
they should have just used the C70 case instead
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>>3989875
>Not overheating is a feature on canon cameras
Surely not.
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>>3989880
Then large sealed plastic container (think tupperware but like 50L) and a big bag of desiccant. Car desiccants are such big bags and you can easily renew them in your microwave when they get saturated.
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>>3989882
You must be new
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>>3989886
It's actually true. We're living in the future!
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I remember when some Canon fanboy told me my Pentax sucks because they don't have image stabilization in the lenses.
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>>3989927
IBIS is inferior to OIS in telephoto lenses, and there is a real possibility of shutter shock or mirror slap shock to the IBIS unit, reducing sharpness, which can manifest at different shutter speeds that have resonance with the springs in the IBIS unit.
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Whats a good tripod for macro photography?
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>>3989934
In studio or in field?
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>>3989875
No ibis and a fucking fan. Why does Canon suck at cooling their cameras? How does Nikon and snoy manage while they just fucking can't
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>>3989934
Depending on what you do it's anything from a portable small table top tripod to a very big heavy one that is stable even with a high lever force part (sideways column with the camera at the end, boom arm...) extended.
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>>3989957
Sony is using more expensive nanometer size transistors.
That's why they get more battery life in general even though their battery is smaller.
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Looks like Nikon and Canon are escalating their battery size.
Z9 and R3 literally use twice as big battery than Sony does.
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Question,

I’ve been eyeing a Canon EF 80-200mm f/2.8 L USM that’s for sale for 500 euros second hand.

And I’m wondering if it’s worst the risk. It’s quite the old lens(1990s) but I do know that the IQ of it is superb.

I worry that something might break since it's such an old lens.
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>>3989931
IBIS has no springs. It is fully electromagnetic
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>>3989998
Canon L lenses are really well built, but even an L lens needs periodic maintenance and mechanical parts can eventually wear out. Fold old lenses, just make sure the seller has an actual return policy in case you get it and the AF is sluggish, sporadic, whirring, etc. or the aperture blades are fixed in a certain position and do not work properly.
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>>3989998
it would be best if you could see it in person. i once bought an old canon lens from a guy, he said it has no fungus and to "have full confidence". within 3 seconds of putting it up to my window i see it has fungus.
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>>3990040
whats with fungus getting in lenses?
I've seen a few used lenses for sale on ebay with fungus
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>>3989955
>>3989978
I'm just looking for something to hold my camera as I photograph my baseball collection
I'm thinking something like this
https://www.amazon.com/Neewer-Rotatable-Magnesium-Aluminium-Camcorders/dp/B07N9YY8SM

Wish I could find something less plasticy
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>>3990053
it can sometimes get into lenses and in certain conditions, the fungus can grow. typically it can etch itself into the glass itself. UV light can kill it, but not reverse it. it typically lowers image quality but not by much. there is also balsam separation (separation between coating/glue/etc of internal lenses), haze and more that can lower image quality, sometimes a lot. its something to be wary of when buying vintage lenses (almost all new lenses wont have any of these)
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>>3990059
good to know, thanks fren
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>>3990061
no problem. i absolutely avoid balsam separation and haze, never buy a lens with it. fungus on the other hand can be not that bad. you can google how to us UV to kill lens fungus. it also doesnt effect image quality as much as the others. lenses with fungus can also be cheaper due to it
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How can magnification factor differ on prime lenses?
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I'm looking for a vintage/cheap zoom to use on my x-t2 - I'm thinking a 100mm-400mm 35mm lens (so 150mm-600mm with the apsc crop factor). I'm aware vintage zooms aren't very sharp but I only really need center sharpness since the edges will be cropped out. What lens do you suggest that doesn't require an expensive AF adapter? I'd love to keep this under $400. Alternatively, does anyone have a mirror lens they like?
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>>3990083
Good luck finding a non chinesium mirror lens
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I've just realised I can afford a Canon 6D and a nifty fifty by selling two of my Fuji lenses...
Any reason why I shouldn't completely jump ship to FF Canon?
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>>3990095

Do what you want. Who cares. It's not like the camera system is going to make your pictures any worse or better. If you like holding one camera more then that's the one you should use. That's the most important factor when choosing cameras.
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>>3989875
> no IBIS
> no Internal ND
> literally a R5 with a fan
Who's the target audience for this ? semi-pro filmmakers will flock to the C70 or the Red Komodo instead
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>>3990089
Tamron 55BB 500/8
Also ask Eggy
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>>3990095
The larger sensor doesn't worth it for the larger weight and bulk. Just use what you already have
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>>3990102
It's 22 grams heavier than the X-T4 with 35mm F1.4...
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>>3990105
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>>3990105
>It's 22 grams heavier than the X-T4 with 35mm F1.4...
You mean 220g.
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>>3990116
793g vs 815g
So no.
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>>3990117
6d weights 770g
50mm f1.8 160g
TOTAL: 930g

X-T4: 607g
35 f1.4: 187g
TOTAL: 794g
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>>3990118
Ah shit I was using 680 for the 6D no idea where I got that from.
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Why do most manufacturers have a seperate name for their lens division?? It just complicates things when searching.
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>>3990120
I wish they just named it like

Brand name / sensor size / size / aperture / series

So Panasonic FF 20mm f1.8 pro
Instead we get weird shit like
Sigma DG DC DC XD 31mm fu Vario summilux Zeiss for Nikon mount
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>>3988936
can get into a lot of narrow places
waterproof
macro capabilities
short focal length
built-in ring flash to compensate for abysmal aperture
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>>3990008
Te Fujifilm X-H1 has mechanical stabilization though

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ok ive been shilled ordering the 35-150 2.8f tamron
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>>3990385
Too heavy for me, but looks like a great lens. Post pics when you get it!
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>>3989875
>you have to reboot to change mode to stills/video
>you have to wait 10 seconds each reboot





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