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Novoflex Castel XQ II edition

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>>4128650
>Novoflex Castel XQ II edition
were you the fujitard that bought that overpriced garbage?
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Any rumored Nikon mirrorless bodies for 2023? Thinking of getting into Nikon due to their (supposedly) superior mid-level lenses. Especially their Z 50 and 85mm 1.8’s
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>>4128650
are pentax cameras really that bad of cameras? or is /p/ just being /p/ and their fine

T. Pentaxfag considering jumping ship to nikon
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>>4128745
They are getting increasingly dated while not getting any cheaper and the few lenses there are range from bad to ok and are continuing to sell at a premium.What good is your "modernized DSLR system" when half the lenses you'll be using are screw drive autofocus and barely sharp enough to be worth making MTF charts for?

niggas are still paying $800+ for used K1s when you can buy a used D850 for the same amount.

However, "pentaxians" continue to insist it's the best shit ever and mix that with irrational fuji hate (despite adhering to an even more hipster form over function brand - muh ovf magical experience).
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>>4128749
so jump ship then?
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>>4128750
If you intend to buy more lenses, or upgrade to a newer pentax body, absolutely. if not, the lack of competitive developments from pentax do not affect you. You already have a camera.
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>>4128753
i was planning to flesh out my kit with more stuff, and get a k5
but theres nothing wrong with a hop, skip and a jump over to nikon with a cheap lens and a 5100
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What's the consensus on a6000s? I don't see them getting any cheaper despite being old af
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>>4128749
>However, "pentaxians" continue to insist it's the best shit ever and mix that with irrational
That's not irrational. If you browse the Pentax rumor websites back in the day you would know there was a schism among the pentaxians, many of them dropped Pentax and jumped ship to Fujifilm.
The remnants then grew to see Fujifilm as a threat.
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>>4128830
Thinking a camera is a threat because the company makes better shit is irrational. Is mr. fujisan firumo going to go last samurai on ricoh HQ and force the pentax division to go mirrorless at swordpoint?
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>>4128835
i hope so
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your thoughts on:
nikon z6ii VS canon r6 VS panasonic S1 vs Nikon z7?
wildlife photography
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>>4128847
vs sony a7r iii
I care about video too.
thanks in advance.
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>>4128847
Overpriced lenses. The E-mount has cheaper zooms from Tamron and Sigma.
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>>4128848
S5iix
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>>4128749
where the FUCK are you getting D850s for 800. I will literally nut inside a beehive if you can find me one at that price.
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>>4128797
it's meh for general shooting with af lenses
it's shit if you want to use lingling primes or other manual lenses
source: had one but wound up switching brands (to fuji of course)

besides the frustrating manual focusing work flow my biggest complaints were:
>shutter louder than a dslr
>bad jpg colors, denoising
>incomprehensible menus (with the german translation it felt like playing oblivion again)
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>20-70mm f/4
Damn that’s like a 10-35mm f/2 equivalent in MFT. Over.
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>>4128859
Which Fuji did you pick?
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>>4128887
initially an x-a5 since it was <450 with both kit lenses
now I mostly use an x-s10 + ttartisan 35 1.4 (or film)
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>Nikon 200-500
Any thoughts ? Probably my next lens. I want some mf R E A C H.
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What’s a good replacement for my Canon 7D?
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>>4128935
90D
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>>4128949
Thanks I'll take a look. Gonna look into newer cameras and compare them all later today.
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>>4128961
Generally speaking, lenses>bodies but whatever you do if you have a decent lens collection I'd suggest staying in the same system. What motivates your desire to upgrade?
90D offers a lot of resolution, same sized sensor so your EF-S lenses all work, dual pixel autofocus, swivel screen and more stuff.
There's also the 7D Mark II but I think the 90D is superior in almost every way.
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>>4128964
>Glass > Body
Fair point. I have one L-series lens which is somewhat impressive, the rest are basically economy lenses I bought to minimize costs but to get away from my shitty kit lens.

>What motivates your desire to upgrade?
IMO, I went from amateur professional to being a professional who knows his craft and needs to upgrade to stay competitive and make the full-transition. Also my 7D is starting to fall apart. I have dead pixels I didn't have before and the body took a fall during a shoot because a fat lady knocked over my tripod.
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>>4128650
fotonovum pro v2 is better and cheaper

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What’s a good (doesn’t have to be great) film point and shoot that has mostly automatic operation and lowest possible hipster tax. I have a film SLR but I don’t tend to take it out since it’s all automatic but with an iffy light meter. I want something I can feel confident as a snap shooter but still use film for fun. I was even looking at a Nikon n2020 even though that’s an SLR
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>>4128987
It looks even bulkier
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>>4128849
Nikon has the 200-500/5.6 that can be used with an adapter. You can't get better value wildlife lens on the market right now
>Smegma or Tamshit
Literally trash that disintegrates itself on the first burst unless you limit it to DSLR level 5 FPS
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>>4129029
Konica C35 EF

No hipster tax considering that was one of Warhol cameras of choice lol
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>>4129088
Old crap lenses with old crap motors are not worth it.
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>>4128987
true
I will probably get arca macro table

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>>4129029
Automatic film P&S already getting hipster tax now. If you want to pay less go get the one with zoom lens, not the prime lens.
I saw so many Mju Zoom and Pentax Espio IQZoom still unsold onn online stores.
I really want to recommend Konica Big Mini but sadly it got hit hard with hipster tax recently
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>>4129103
It's just a few years old, mate
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>>4129121
I saw some decent Big Minis but I’ve read that the winding motors fail. How about a Ricoh AF5? Most of what I see is untested
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Do I buy a Leica SL for 2k?
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Sonychads, should I buy the 16-35 f/4 PZ, or the equally sharp past f4 20mm f1.8G?

inb4 24mm GM. no i don't shoot wide angles that much, but when I do, they're WIDE.
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>>4129159
Most automatic P&S will eventually fail due to problem with circuit boards or ribbon cables (Example: Leica Minilux is infamous for their doomed ribbon cable, and yet people still paying premium price for them. It's fixable though but still....) so motor problem is just one of many possible breakdown. Even old fully mechanical cameras have better lifespan (and I don't add 3D printing into equation yet).

Japan is worse with price. There's a ton of Big Mini but the working one sold for 30k Yen (almost $300) and I don't have enough electronic fixing skill to buy the one with junk status and try to fix them.
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Played around with the A7 for a bit. Don’t care for the menus or ergonomics. Not sure if I’d get over it.
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So today, after years cooped up in my home because of covid and other things, I decided to pick my Ricoh GR (first gen with APS-C sensor, not GRD/ GRdigital version) for a family gathering event. After using it for a whole day I start thinking to myself.

"I need dials"

I grew up with film camera so using dials is already a habit for me. When I got myself a Ricoh GR, there's not much dials but I'm fine with that and got used to its control after a month or two.
But now, after over 7 years using it, I think this is time to get myself a new digital camera. Still small like Ricoh GR, but with tons of dials.

So yeah, recommendation please
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>>4129421
>"I need dials"
Fuji
X-Txx/-E series if you want to keep it smol, X-Tx series for maximum dials
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>>4129421
Naturally the finest dials can be found in the Fuji system if you'd like dedicated physical controls over shutter speed, aperture, iso, EV, and so on. If you don't need IBIS or great video features, used X-T2 or X-T3s are pretty affordable, or you can do old X-E models, old X-Txx models, etc. Used X-T4s are commonly nearing $1k now which is basically the same price as a new X-S10 but with all around better features and the retro styling, on top of IBIS and being good at video, too.
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>>4129177
The 16-35 it the lens to get if you prefer the style of images where everything is in focus.

The 20 is for style of images where part of the image is blurred.
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canon R6II(24-105mm f/4-7,1 STM) or nikon Z7II(nikkor 24-70mm f/4s) for photojournalism, wildlife and nature?
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>>4129569
Sony A7IV (sony 24-70 f2.8 gm-ii)
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Pretty damn good price on UK amazon for the S5+50mm+20-40mm.
Pretty sure I could sell this on ebay and make a profit.
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>>4129609
Panasonic isn't a well known brand, and a.i. is about to kill photography, so the only market left is weddings.
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>>4129609
every panasonic body is going on clearance now that the S5IIX has PDAF. you will 100% lose money if trying to resell.
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>>4129614
I've bought it for myself to use.
The lenses alone can be flipped for £600+
Tbh my biggest concern is the EVF and if it's no good I'll return it.
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>>4129421
the closest pants pocket size with apsc sensor and top dials are the fuji xf10 or the older fuji x70. or just get the ricoh gr3 or gr3x if you want a newer sensor than the gr. all have strengths and weaknesses.
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>>4129633
and there's also the nikon coolpix a which is an old model
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>>4129425
>>4129427
Is there a huge difference between all those models? I'm thinking of getting an older model used due to budget constrain ($700-800) but I worried I will regret my purchase.
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>>4129633
>or just get the ricoh gr3 or gr3x if you want a newer sensor than the gr.
I'm fine with my old GR, the tech upgrade isn't that wide compared to GRD III to GR (small sensor jumping straight to APS-C) .
Also what I want is dials.
XF10 don't have dials, so no. But X70 looks interesting. I will look further into it.
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>>4129706
>but I worried I will regret my purchase
you certainly will
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>>4129706
Yeah you're getting assraped pricewise for cameras that were outdated when they came out over dial autism

Fuji wasn't even competitive until last year
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>>4129706
You can get an X-T20 for $300 and just do fine
or an X-T2 for about $100 more
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>>4129710
desu its kind of sad but even old micro four thirds is cheaper and better than old fuji. no wonder they're drumming up revenue by scamming people getting rid of all their good film and ceasing 3 pack sales...
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>>4129706
X-T2 is based as fuck.
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>>4129713
OMD-EM10?
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>>4129718
i love ancient apsc mirrorless shitters with EVFs so bad they'd make you buy a pentax (if better EVFs didn't exist)
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>>4129741
and yet the EVF is still better than a snoy a7c kek
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>>4129742
>maybe if I pick the worst sony...
Imagine buying the "wannabe leica owners will buy anything to have full frame heheheh" model
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>>4129748
>wannabe leica
you mean wannabe fuji KEK
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>>4129778
Fuji delusion syndrome at its finest
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>>4129713
I'm curious on what merits the "sensor size is the bottom line" type Snoy astroturfers around here would try and make a claim like "m43 was strictly better than Fuji"?
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Take your fucking brand autism to the bait threads
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>>4129831
There are only four digital sensor sizes:
Real medium format
Crop medium format
Crop frame
"too small"

Everything in the 4th one might as well be the same so don't worry about whether you have micro-c or APS3. They're so similar and noticeably worse than the top 3 that no one can really tell.
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>>4129842
Right, but even if one believes that, that basically makes Fuji and M43 the same at worst. Looking for qualification on why it was claimed M43 was outright superior.
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>>4129842
I don't know why but you sounds like you're explaining bread.
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>>4129831
>muh snoy
Sony is the second worst brand in the market, right after Fuji.
MFT=no X-tranny so you have a major advantage right there.
also MFT has better glass than fuji's soft shit, better colors and last but not least better build quality
MFT stabilization is the best in the market and Fuji didn't even have stabilization up to the X-T4. You don't need a big sensor when you can routinely handhold for 8 seconds and get sharp results, not that APS-C is big to begin with. Fujis are for larpers, Sonys for specshittrs, MFT and the rest are for photographers.
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>>4128830
>>4128749
The amount of gaslighting you do can heat up an olympic size pool. Do you have some special contract with the russians?
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>>4128650
Is there really anything better than Panasonic S5 in the same price range, for 24 FPS video? (60 FPS is gay)
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>>4129609
Can I buy through UK Amazon and ship to other countries or is that not how it works?
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>>4130014
Nevermind. Import fees are 10% of the price FeelsBadMan
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>>4130017
>>4130014
It's gone up by £1000 now anyway.
I actually bought one when it dropped to £1500 then it dropped to £1200 so I bought another and will return the £1500 one.
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>>4130017
>only 10%
I would be happy with that instead of my 50-70% import fees on photography equipment
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>>4130025
The thing is that makes it the same price as here in Germany
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>>4130026
And used lenses cost the same as new here
Fucking bullshit
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>>4130029
I was getting very upset about shitty German internet infrastructure. Let's stay stoic, brother. Otherwise, it's too much
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>>4128650
Hi/ p/, I have a Nikon D3400 and I want to upgrade it. I would like to spend around 1200 usd (no more than 1500) on a new camera. Capacity to film decent amateur video with decent audio is important. Any recommendations?

Pic unrelated, just grabbing your attention.
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>>4130231
I forgot to mention that I have a nifty 50 nikon lens. So I'm looking for nikon cameras.
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>Price of old digicam is slowly crawling up
Oh no, it's started. Brace for hipster impact, boys!
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>>4130231
I was kept looking at the picture then I realized kek

I was gonna say your setup is fine but then you said video. From what I know Panasonic has always had good video with the GH series but more for like cinemafilmstuff because the Panasonic autofocus. If you mean vlogging and whatever then Sony has good autofocus, don’t listen to the retards on here who say otherwise. I mean it kind of depends on if you want like a small vlogging camera, a giant cinema rig, a flip out screen, external recording, all that stuff.
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I'm somewhat convinced I need to buy some light equipment and the like before I upgrade bodies and lenses. I don't deserve the upgrade yet.

Leaving Canon scares me a li'l bit too. Very comfy with their stuff.
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>>4130254
You might be the very last sane poster here. Get out before you start looking at snoy products.
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recommendation for a camera strap? i want to stop looking like a noob with my camera broadcasted across the strap
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>>4130276
Love these, they will last forever.
https://gordyscamerastraps.com/
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>>4130276
peak design is what most people go with
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>>4130287
thanks actually ordered the sage colored one before you replied.
Is there a good tripod review or ratings website? I bought one from target but returned it because with the level meter on you can tell its shaky.
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>>4130267
I’ve already looked at the A7. It’s pretty cool but the menu is shit, I don’t like how it feels, and there was no zoom button. I may never recover from such slights.
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>>4130337
>zoom button
Lmao. Just stick to Canon.
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>>4130379
When in liveview I have a zoom button on my DSLR. Not Canon.
Just saying
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>>4130389
Kek. Yeah just stick with your DSLR mate.
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>>4130299
https://thecentercolumn.com/
enjoy your trip into the rabbit hole
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>>4130400
>dat IBIS vs. Earth's rotation article
Goddamn
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>>4130277
To be fair most straps will last long because it's not like we're going to use them everyday right?
The only time I'm getting strap that broke on me it was using a very shitty metal material that bend and snap very easily.
As long you got it from bonafide makers with tons of good reviews you're gold.
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>>4130012
>>4129609
I'm digging it. The EVF could be bigger and better but generally it's a nice size and seems great quality. I love the WB, ISO, Exp Comp buttons and the focus select switch. Seems a very well thought-out layout.
Autofocus seems fine for photos. I understand Firmware v2 improved it a lot.

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>>4130392
I will and enjoying it
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>>4130408
So these combinations get the same depth of field but the Lumix will require a stop less of light?
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Will Olympus ever make an L mount camera or are they ded now?
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>>4130425
I've interpreted the company that acquired the camera division as one that sort of just keeps brands on life support and milks residual R&D until people stop buying in, in the hope of turning a profit between that and liquidating any other assets at the end.
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>>4130426
Their claim is to "Improvise our camera technology and yet their PEN and OM series don't even have good proper dials even in 2022.
Even Panasonic with their Lumix LX100 have proper dials.
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>>4130428
manual style dials are obsolete and only fujislug larpers want them, hence why even OM System outsells wormji
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>>4130428
Dials suck. I have a sony and still want less dials.

These retards have stockholm syndrome from using shitty film cameras
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>>4130428
They were probably just releasing leftovers from Olympus. Only time will tell what happens in the next few years.
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anyone using dehumidifying cabinet for gear storage?
do these things really work?
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>>4130400
thanks exactly what I was looking for, forgot to bookmark it
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>>4130481
just throw some silica packets you get with random shit with your gear
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>>4130481
I have two of those same cabinets, 200L versions tho (HC200) and one with a non-clear door - 260L Sirui IHS260X.
Yes, they do work and assuming you take care of your gear and don't rough it out every time you work/shoot, you can use them to keep your gear in a basically ''like new'' condition for years and years (Amazing for lenses.)
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>>4130476
Could use more buttons tho... I used to have a 1DXll and then a Z6ll before switching to a7RIV and a7IV and let me tell you... For a company that brags about usability, customizability and ''having tons of buttons'' they have surprisingly average number of buttons and switches, even compared to a Z6ll from Nikon, which by the way allowed me for more button customization than my new a7IV that was marketed with that as one of it's main selling points. So yeah... I would need two more buttons on the front of the camera, near the lens mount, similar to how Nikon cameras have it and an additional customizable button, preferably two, near the shutter button or near the C2 and Rec buttons, similar to how 1DXlll, D6, Z9, R3, R5, Z6ll or Z7ll have... If there were 2 more, preferably 3, customizable C buttons on Sony cameras, I would have no bad things to say about Sony cameras, aside from the horrid design/ergonomics.

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>>4130523
The problem with silica packets is that it need to be replaced one day and majority of people tend to forget to replace it.
>>4130531
>Don't rough a camera
I have camera that became my daily carry. I don't think I can keep it at "like new" value.
I knew many people point out that many used Leicas have "like new" condition but I bet because a lot of people are too scared to carry them daily. I really want to see a well worn Leica.
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>>4130473
Anon, your illiteracy is showing. If you actually read about those figures, you'd know it was only about lens sales (so not directly related to body design) and only in Japan, where they have a strange fondness for some less relevant brands relative to most of the world.
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>>4130481
they work, especially when you have jungle climate.
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>>4130673
they lose in the BCN body charts too
cope harder fujifaggot
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>>4130473
Good luck trying to enter your menus when the buttons stop functioning lel
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>>4130721
good luck trying to pick your settings when your dials stop working lol
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Lens bros, I got a small scratch on my 100-400.
Doesn't seem to affect my image quality as it's in the far outer edge of my front element.
No idea how it happened, I went to blow debris off then use a lens pen, saw the scratch in the light.
Should I even bother getting the front element replaced? It makes me sad knowing it's there.
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>>4130724
At least with dials it can be physically replaced.
With buttons, you have to check the circuit board to find out what need to be cleaned or soldered, but it need specialized technician, and some problems in circuit boards are unsalvageable.
Physical gears can be fixed, you can even use metal lathe or 3D printer to replace the bad one.
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>>4130737
You know dials are just switches on top of circuit boards the same as buttons and clicky wheels correct

Less durable actually because they stick out
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>>4130742
lmao you don’t know shit
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>>4130743
I know fuji cameras take softer photos than my phone
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>dig out ancient minolta 7000 maxxum
>buttons all work despite the finish being worn iff
>dig out canon ae-1
>shutter dial is kind of fucky and changes the ISO if you turn it wrong
BUTTONS ARE SO UNRELIABLE GUYS
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>>4130746
>pressing two pieces of metal together against the force of spring tension, such a simple arrangement it can be totally sealed against the elements
Unreliable!
>A protruding rotating assembly that moves a multi-position switch
Now THAT is reliable.
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>>4130745
>Completely changing the topic and goal post
The voice of a man, losing.
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>>4130753
I won. That's why I'm starting a new battle so I can win twice.
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>>4130746
>"My old mechanical camera is getting problematic!"
Stop complaining and send it for fixing ffs.
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>>4130758
>"I change my own goal post then I claim that I win that goal"
- That man, not wanting to admit defeat, dancing in his emperor's new suit (I wonder if you get that reference)
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>>4130725
it wont affect the image quality. just remind yourself that humans have permanent skin scars and its not a big issue.
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>>4130760
Dials aren't reliable devices. It's a protruding assembly that moves a multi-position switch. Even worse when it's combined dials, which were always an awful idea but are a really awful idea on a digital camera.

Do you know why dials are the least reliable rotating switch thingy? Because they also deal with random sideways and downwards forces since no dial turner is perfect, and because of their size, there's a lot of leverage on the base. A clicky wheel is just pressed on and turned, and it's small so there isn't a lot of leverage on it.

Literally only one manufacturer was making cameras with dials for years. On their pro models, which are expected to be bought with people who use their cameras for work, there is not one single dial. What does this tell you about dial reliability? Buy a camera with dials if you want to pretend you can afford film but don't make any more bullshit out of it.
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>>4130790
>Only one company focus on dials for their high end digitals
>Their cameras sold pretty well and even still fetch well in second hand market
>No one complain about their dials
You sayin?
>Buy a camera with dials if you want to pretend you can afford film but don't make any more bullshit out of it.
Joke's on you I got 8 film cameras in my collection for over a decade now. No ragret. Dials are GGGGRRRRREEEEEAAAAATTT!!
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>>4130790
Oh and just want to add:
Leica fucking love dials as well. If dials are so bad, why a company with high rep in the industry use them as well?
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Fujifilm xe4 vs x100v vs ricoh gr III or IIIX?
Current options I'm considering for casual every day photography.
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>>4130864
How about Panasonic LX100 II
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I would like to improve my sound & recording options for interviews. Any recommendations?

Budget up to 1000€

Currently, I use a Rode Video Micro + Zoom H1n and Sennheiser MKE 600.

I consider a proconsumer audio device like Zoom F3/F6 or H6. Maybe even a Sounddevice PreMix.

I also thought about a wireless mic but 2.4 GHz doesn't sound so great to me. Hearing about a lot of issues.

I consider:

comica Vimo C3 (2.4 GHz)
comica BoomX-U2 (UH
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is there any 3,5mm jack microphone small enough that would allow me to achieve this setup?
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>>4130864
I had an X-T2 and bought a X-E4 about a year ago for the smaller size but it's pretty negligible. I returned the X-E4 and still have the X-T2 to this day. X-T2 has such a better feel and EVF that the small size increase is totally worth it.

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>>4130915
It almost felt like the X-T2 was lighter due to the better grip. There's actually about 150g in it.

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>>4130915
>>4130917
It's almost like ergonomics matter and the only reason to get a gripless camera is faggy larping.
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>>4130864
depends on your rqmts and how smol or flexible you want the camera to be.
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>>4130917
God, I hate DSLR-style cameras with the center viewfinder. It's always an ergonomic nightmare. But no grip isn't any better. Neither of these things is for me.
I'm sticking to my GX85, I guess.
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Any recommendations for a camera please?

I've got this old Canon 30d. It works fine, produces good pictures, but of course it's outdated.
I wanted to get a used camera again, first I was thinking about getting one for 400 $, then I thought maybe I should just go for one for around 900$.
I have this Canon for a long time and just now I really tried to understand how the camera really works and how to shoot manually etc.
I like photographing animals in every day situations. A dog sleeping on the street, some humans waiting at the bus stop, but also just empty streets or architecture.
I've only got the 18-55mm kit lens and a 50 mm 1.8, so switching systems wouldn't hurt much, only that I'm already used to the Canon.

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>>4130971
>It works fine, produces good pictures
>but of course it's outdated.
do you even know what "outdated" means? if it does what you need it's not outdated you dumb consoomer
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>>4130973
I don't even know if I am supposed to answer to this.
My main concern is the auto focus, newer models have a better auto focus. A better screen would also be nice, it's hard to see if the focus is right on the 30d screen, sometimes it's a little off and you only see it back at home on the computer. I'm sure there's more features on newer cameras that make them more convenient to use.
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>>4130981
>I'm sure there's more features on newer cameras that make them more convenient to use.
Google it. If you just think the new bodies have so many new features wouldn’t people say something about it? Unless you need Wi-Fi connectivity or more MP for prints a camera is a camera is a camera. Don’t listen to tards here, buy a new lens and keep working on your own technique.
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>>4130971
Your phone. Or a sony A7RII, they’re getting very cheap.
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>>4131000
What about a better screen and better auto focus though? Shouldn't that help a lot?
Feels weird buying a lens for 200$+ for a 60$ body. The next one I was thinking about buying for the canon would be a 24 mm or another wide angle lens.
>>4131003
Not my phone. How cheap do you think they are getting? My uncle just sold his, a few weeks ago, he didn't know I wanted to get some new gear. I could have gotten one cheap. Feelsbad.
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>>4131034
Again, what features do you actually want or need? Do you feel like the AF on your current camera is letting you down? Do you need more megapixels? Do you need stabilization? Also don’t bother replying to that other anon, he’s been posting in every thread telling people to either buy FF Sony or just use their phone.
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>>4131053
and he's right. based sony shill, destroyed of gear threads.
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>>4130981
Here's a tip: If you really want to know if newer model is better in certain feature(s) then the best way is to rent or borrow one. Get the feel of it for several days and try to make some comparison with your older camera.
I'm lucky enough that there's several camera rentals in my country, but I don't know about yours.
This is why I still keep my old ass camera. It's almost a decade but I still use it because the newer version only have wifi (that I don't really need) and touchscreen (that also I don't really need). The sensor is the same size and the accessories for the older models are cheaper.
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Any reason to move from APS-C to FF? I mean, all I feel is bulkier bodies, bulkier lenses, pricier everything, and for what, to gain 1 stop?
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>>4131180
Even if it's only 1 stop that's a bigger difference than FF to MF.
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>>4130910
Maybe lavalier style microphones?
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>>4131180
If you use it to post online, just stay with APS-C
If you want to sell them in stock photo stores or print, FF. Or if you have the money, medium format.
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>>4131180
You already blew your load on a shitty camera and you will gain absolutely nothing by switching unless you can get 100% of your money back or somehow make a profit.

You made a dumb purchase and now your camera is slightly worse for an application you will never use it for. You could have spent the same amount of money and had a better camera and the rights to brag about it on /p/, but it's too late. You already have the one you have with you and now you have to take photos. inb4 you don't.
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>>4131234
Oh shut the fuck up SNOYfag
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>>4131180
Move from APS-C to better APS-C

>>4131235
SNOYchad is right. SNOYchad is always right. /p/ gearfags get too uppity and he puts them in their place.
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>>4131234
I mean, I do take photos, I also like the small form factor of APS-C & lenses, very useful when hiking, skiing, traveling or whatever. I'm still not sure what I could use FF for though. I can see an usecase where I get 1 more stop when doing astrophoto while I'm camping in the mountains, but then I'd have to carry like 1 more Kg of equipment + bigger volume, which is a big no when on a 4 or 5 days hike and when I'm already sacrificing a lot (especially the food) to keep things tight in the backpack.
But then maybe I could take advantage of the bigger sensor, and instead of carrying a fast (and thus bulky) lens, I could instead carry a slower (and smaller) one, thus going back at APS-C levels where I had to use a fast lens.
But then, why not just keep using APS-C in the first place.
So many possibilities... and no light to indicate which is the right path to follow.

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>>4131241
stop talking to yourself
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Snoychad algorithm:

If gear thread:
default=sony
Recommend a cheap sony to win people over
If someone else recommends sony recommend fuji, pentax, or a more expensive sony
If someone recommends nikon, recommend canon
If someone recommends canon, ignore them and laugh if anyone falls for it
If someone recommends APS-C, tell them a phone is the same
If lens is sharp = no character
if lens has character = not sharp

Now you too can annoy gearfags as much as me. Remember to only do this in gear threads because they're useless.

Peace
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>>4131253
Also, use this picture
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>>4131253
>If someone recommends canon, ignore them
Do you actually get butthurt when peiple ignore your bait posts?

I thought you just wanted to bump the threads, I had no idea you got butthurt over being ignored.
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>>4131340
All of my bait posts get (you)s. I've made having a gear thread on /p/ so frustrating that people are going to stop it. ha.

But I ignore canon MILC gear threads because I think it's funny when people fall for the canon mirrorless meme and like a little genuine schadenfreude
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>>4131053
I want a better AF, a better screen and I want to be able to use the screen instead of the viewfinder to shoot photos at different angles without lying down on the floor.

After watching a bunch of youtube videos Im also interested in micro four thirds cameras.

>>4131168
Only highend professional equipment and it's really expensive.
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>Order 70-200 GM II from Amazon
>Have sent to Amazon locker because nigs at apartment
>Delivery day
>Out for delivery
>hab to go to wage cage
>"delivery update" text message
>pic related
>How TF does a locker refuse delivery

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>>4131389
Bro you live in fucking vegas
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>>4131389
I had contacted customer service about it
>old lens returned for refund
>old money gets refunded
>new lens sent out free of charge
>free lens?
>free lens???

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>>4131389
It was probably full with other chinese crap
Also > buying lens from Amazon
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>>4131489
Amazon does shit like this all the time. Once I ordered a laptop, then a week later it goes on sale so I ask customer support if they can do a price correction and refund me the difference, they say "no, unfortunately you will have to send it back for a refund and re order under the new price". I start the return order and they immediately refunded me the full amount and closed my order, I never had to send the laptop back.
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>>4131580
Amazon profited so much they don't give a damn about little loss like this. It cost them more money to investigate the matter. They also don't have to deal with shit like shoplifting.
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https://www.amazon.com/Photography-Autofocus-Anti-Shake-Vlogging-Batteries/dp/B0BCPCSTNB/ref=pd_ybh_a_sccl_1/140-4539563-4762233
Let me guess, you need more?
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>>4131955
You know 4chan people are getting old when they keep looking for anti shake technology.
In 20 years, we will have /ro/ Retirement House where geriatric 4chan users can yell at each other all day long.
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>>4132005
Poorfag cope
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>>4132008
Go to sleep old man.
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>>4132011
You bring up old men a lot. It's starting to sound like you are one.

Enjoying that newfangled fuji-film leica, gramps? Gosh darn them photos look just like kodak and you can even post em on facebook. yeeeee haw.
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I literally never use the EVF, just the rear screen, especially as it's quicker if I need to quickly take a shot at some fleeting moment that won't be there anymore in the next 0.5 seconds.
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>>4132325
Real photographers have always preferred waist level viewfinders to tiny eye prisms desu
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>>4132326
Yeah, I mean, even when I actually have time to compose and shit, I just use my camera at waist level like in the old times, with the screen at 90°, against my (not that big) belly.
It's just peak comf. With free added stabilization, even.
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>>4132326
>waist level viewfinders
holy based fujiCHAD
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>>4132331
I shoot sony.
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>>4132325
Underrated opinion. A lot of people shitting on rear screen are just a bunch of photography elitists. A lot of people just want to LARPing as "photojournalist" or "misunderstood street photographer" but rarely show their photos.
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>>4131903
>shoplifting
I had to do a drop off at Kohls due to the weight of an item or there would be a fee, there was a mexican mom and daughter with an entire shopping cart of "returns" shit like half used makeup and facewash and clearly used dog beds etc. Amazon eventually bans their account but they just open one under a different name.
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>>4132570
I'm always baffled by Americans return policy. I can understand 3 to 7 days money back guarantee, but 30 days or longer money back guarantee is ridiculous and stupid (unless it's certain item that have guaranteed long life span like RAM sticks or ceramic pottery).
I mean seriously, a year warranty for cosmetics? Items for pets that can be destroyed in less than a week? FOOD?
I understand that Americans are high trust society, but there's a difference between being trusting and being a dumbass.
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>>4132014
>Haha! I'm not the old man, YOU are the old man!
What kind of argument is that?
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Holy shit Sony lenses are expensive
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>>4132705
wtf are you looking at, GM V zeiss edition pro zooms, superfast "pro" primes, or normal lenses for normal people? sony really likes to rape the "pro" customers because they pretty much have to pay MSRP or switch systems, but everything else is pretty average in price with some lenses that are really cheap for how good they are compared to canikon. there's also tamron and sigma. only one schizo on /p/ actually hates tamron and sigma.
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Correction: Holy shit, all lenses are expensive
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>>4132707
I’m intimidated about switching systems so looking at costs and all that. But really all lenses aren’t cheap. I’ve skated by on low end glass while I learned but I’m gonna have to put up some cash soon.
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>>4132708
In 1981, a canon 85mm f1.8 was $150 (= $490 today) and the f1.2 version was $475 (= $1550) and these lenses were much simpler and shittier than the most basic shit you can buy right now.
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I think I should invest in some good lights before a new camera. But I need to get money coming in otherwise I’ll be the most geared up amateur. I’ve only worked with speed lights where do I go from here?
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>>4132705
They are, but goddamn they're actually worth it. I wish I could buy more.
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>>4132712
What does the "G" stand for in Sony lenses?
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>>4132910
Gay lmao
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>>4132910
>supreme prime

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Does this piece of plastic have any advantages over the a6400?

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>>4132910
"Good"

As in the ones that aren't G or GM aren't good.
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>>4132752
A Godox V1 or something similar
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>>4133034
The godox v1 is super overrated
>dude circular flash lmao
Any godox flash compatible with their Xpro wireless trigger is good to go. Just use accessories if the light from a square head is slightly too harsh.
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I just got my first full frame mirrorless camera (except for rangefinders) and I'd like to use adaptors to use either M mount or R mount lenses. Does anyone have any good recommendations for good lenses to use on my Lumix S5?
I'm looking at the 40mm F1.4 Voitglander but I just saw that an R mount adaptor is also available and I know nothing about R mount.
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>>4133052
Obviously, I meant Leica R mount. Not Canon.
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>>4132795
You sounds like soyn sales marketing intern trying to pitch in this thread lol
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>>4133101
Yeah, I'm sure they desperately need to come on this shit neet Cambodian imageboard shithole to try and get the 37,5$ left of anon's mommy's allowance, after he decided to eat instant noodles for a month just to save those for a new daki.
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>>4133124
Yeah we have better things to use our marketing budget on.
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>>4133124
>Unpaid shills
It's sadder then. No money for all those efforts?
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>>4131234
>You could have spent the same amount of money and had a better camera and the rights to brag about it on /p/
>tfw almost bought a fuji and went with a a7iv instead
You literally can't go wrong with snoy. They're actually good so you get to brag and anons get mad, its a win win
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>>4130012
below 5000$ it is still unbeaten in terms of dynamic contrast (video), which is arguably the most important aspect. 14 stops at iso 640, 13 at 4000.
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It's finally hear after waiting 2 weeks and its free

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>>4131389
>>4133261
>las vegas
now why would Tom want to buy snoyshit?
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>>4131389
>>4133261
>>4133257
uh oh Tom, did you just self dox again?
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Lighting shit is intimidating. There’s just too much of it. Gah. I’m having a mini crisis. I hate my work. I want to get better. But I’m not, really.
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>>4133261
>Not an A7R
So the schizo was wrong, of course. Dog guy, your name is cleared. Imagine not being able to afford the R version. Ha.
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>>4133284
Just take some time away from this site. It's taking a huge toll on you.
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>>4133282
looks like the quips about apartment pigeons were right all along
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>>4133287
He lives next to a rehab center/hospital. I think he actually has some serious health problems. 4chan is almost certainly not the place he should be right now, or a place to be at all on a daily basis.
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>>4133286
It’s just analysis paralysis of too many options and being behind in life that’s taking the toll
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>>4133291
Unless you were born with a silver spoon, you'll always be behind compared to someone else. Just calm down, take your time, and find something enjoyable to do. And try not to stay on this toxic site too long. It eats away at you.
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>>4133293
Weak

>>4133291
It's because you have no vision. you need to use the lighting to create the image in your head. Also yes you're poor. You can't afford strobes. Go to goodwill and buy lamps.
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>>4133289
Living in Vegas just about everything is rehab or a casino kinda hard to not live next to either. Rent is cheap because nigs

I love my new 70-200

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>>4133321
This is just terrible
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>>4133321
well at least you stopped spamming the board with your various pseudonyms. try not going mental all the time.
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>>4133325
Who is this Tom guy, I literally just got this A7IV in September and almost stashed it away forever after my college photography class
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>>4133315
I don’t have a setup so that’s part of the problem. It’s easier when you aren’t starting from scratch all the time. Just swap a backdrop, dig through your props, and so on.

>>4133293
Unfortunately the chan is the only place with semi decent community. The rest are ironically more toxic and full of cloutchasers.
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>>4133332
The owner of f8haus and a las vegas native that pissed off a local schizo (and everyone else) before getting banned himself. The local schizo thinks he came back as “cinefag” and is so paranoid he thinks everyone is tom, including a canadian furry, terry richards, sam hyde, zach braff, and himself.
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>>4133361
>Sam Hyde
Kek, that's fucking funny.
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>>4133321
At first I was like "Dayum" but then I realized this is Vegas so that might be a man.
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>>4133374
It's my new hobby

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>>4133377
Ah the allure of the sin city.
As someone who live in a pretty conservative country, that kind of display will make old ladies gasp. Also don't they consider you a creep for taking pics?
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>>4133379
Its Sin City
so a little of column A and a little of column B

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>>4133399
lol look at that old lady on motorized chair.
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>>4133405
It's the new hobby

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wtf tripod do I get for travel and night shots for a DSLR?
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>>4133434
Drop the dinosaur gigantic DSLR for a sleek, modern, more capable mirrorless first and then tripods that are smaller and lighter will be capable of sufficiently stabilizing your kit.
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>>4133453
I'd lose way more money selling my DSLR then buying a new system than just learning it.



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