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There have been so many gear threads now so I'm gonna make another one to help remedy that because that makes sense.

Whats the last thing I can expect from this purchase? It costed me $200 incl shipping.
Preferrably image replies only

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It's an excellent lens that you can take good and terrible photos with. It's pretty much up to you.
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>c1 prostandard: left
>camera standard jpeg: right
i want to shoot jpeg but this color profile won't let me.

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>>4254395
ur a stupid faggot lol
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>>4254427
Raw always looks better unless your camera is so poorly designed raw looks as bad as a jpeg, like sony and fuji. A real computer can process files more effectively. A camera has to do it fast enough to maintain the published framerate on weaker hardware.
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What happened to that anon with a soft as fuck Nikon telephoto prime lens
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>>4254404
nnnoooo thats not what i was asking, the opposite of that
>>4254439
thank u i try
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>>4254442
It's the other way round
It's easier for the camera to write a jpg because it can simply cut iff excess data it would othewise have to write
If you shoot jpg only, there is no intermediate raw that is used to produce the jpg and then discarded

>>4254427
I guess you mean the white balance? Or do you have other complaints?
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>>4254395
why do they write "erectile dysfunction" on their lens
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>>4254427
same here. c1 just beats anything .jpg out of the box. I tried many brands: panasonic, olympus, fuji, snoy and nikon. but nikon + c1 auto levels is just superb to everything else. back to shooting raw only.
sadly c1 are supreme jews with their subscription BS so I bought a perpetual license and got shafted as their recent minor release isn't included in my license kek. guess gonna pirate it in the future.

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>>4254453
Nikon is for boomers
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I got an eos m6 mark ii since almost 3 years.
Where do I go from there now that ef-m is kill? I got the 22,32 and 56mm lensen and kitlens. Not sure if to buy an efm zoom if its on sale or invest in another system.
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>>4254482
Whats wrong with keeping it and using it?
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>>4254482
keep using it and when your body dies buy a used one. unless they bring some alien tech to cheap end bodies the current bodies from 2015+ will keep up with every new release - IQ wise. the frontier currently is at HIGH FPS AI AUTO FOCUS BIRD RECOGNITION ... only boomers with too much money care about that. for everything else you can take a 10yo cam and make fantastic images and even print them on A2.

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>>4254453
it's a heavy metal lens, some people can't get it up
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>>4254466
So are houses and comfy memories of White society.
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>>4254509
maybe if you stopped using zipperhead cameras and used instead superior Teutonic ones this wouldn't haven happen
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>>4254482
>22,32 and 56mm lensen and kitlens
That's really good, if you want to leave system eventually I would start stacking EF lenses instead of EF-M, which are later adaptable to RF, Sony, etc. anything else really, but you already have a lot covered with those lenses, I can't see a better compact setup for either of those.
What zoom would you like? A wide? 10-18 EF-S. A bird lens? Sigma 150-600 for EF. Both can carry over to any other mirrorless later.
If you have no idea what you want, but you have gas and *need* to spend money on something, get EVF-DC2 for it.
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>>4254395
Heh I paid $150 for mine a month ago.
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>>4254513
Japan was on the right side of the war.
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Japan makes best cameras
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>>4254522
Now let’s check in on ww2 era leica
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leica_Freedom_Train
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>>4254540
This is why I don't like Leica!
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Someone buy my d3400 with kit lens. 12000. shutters.
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>>4254515
yeh something for birding would be nice.
Dont have the ef adapter yet though.
Also i often need to photograph something very up close but im not sure if a macrolens or a zoom would be better for it.
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I need a gear advice from you.
As you can see, here we got a lens.
But, two different cameras want to mount that lens.
Which one should get it? Which one is worthy?

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Sometimes I do “street” photography at f10, 1/125 with a prime lens. What’s stopping me from doing this with the kit RF 24-104 f4-7.1? Can’t I just use the same manual settings and just try to keep the lens positioned around the focal length I want?

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>>4254591
The only painful part that comes to mind is that your lens will be partially extended at some focal length in the middle of the range and you'll need to find it every time or keep it like that. Zooms are also generally kind of large, but maybe not the f/7.1 one.
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>>4254591
could tape the zoom ring lol
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>Viltrox AF 24mm f/1.8
>Tamron 28-75mm f/2.8 Di III RXD
which one?
already have a Sony FE 50/1.8 that I know how to use properly
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Partial repost from last thread. I'm looking at upgrading from an EOS 60D to a mirrorless body and would like to take advantage of black Friday sales if possible. I'm going on an extended holiday to Japan in December and would like to sort my camera out before I go. The 60D has been a good camera but in the past several years has had issues such as the display flipping upside down, and issues with the autofocus slowly attempting to focus on something then failing. This is a notable downside when trying to photograph something (unexpected) happening quickly.

I have these lenses
https://www.dpreview.com/reviews/tamron-18-270mm-3p5-6p3-vc-pzd
https://www.dpreview.com/products/canon/lenses/canon_10-22_3p5-4p5

My primary purpose is travel photography. Most of my photos end up being of landscapes but that's not by preference and mostly due to the camera being bulky and impractical for when wanting to enjoy myself as a tourist walking around. I would like to take more photos of events, crowds of people, subjects etc. I'm not planning on taking photos of sports or other very fast paced things.

Thanks to an anon's recommendation from last thread I'm looking at the R10 and have been looking at the R8 and R7 as well due to this thread
https://community.usa.canon.com/t5/EOS-DSLR-Mirrorless-Cameras/Upgrading-from-My-EOS-60D/td-p/416887

I'm a little put off by the R10 being described as an "entry level content creator" camera, but I also note the R7 only has a handful of features over it. According to
https://www.kenrockwell.com/canon/eos-r/compared/r7-vs-r10.htm
The biggest ones are increased build quality and in-camera stabilization. I don't know how much that impacts practical photography.

The R8 looks great as well although I'm concerned that my Tamron lens isn't compatible with the FF sensor meaning I would need a new telephoto in addition to the body itself. The cost of this camera is probably at the upper limit of my budget.

cont
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>>4254685
I'm not sure if I would benefit properly from a FF body because I have no experience with one, but at the same time I would hate to buy a new body and have it feel functionally the same as my current one. So I please need help choosing between APS-C and FF, and if APS-C, the R7 or R10.

I should also add that I don't care about video as I only use it for stills, and that I'm not 100% confident on my understanding of specs and what they mean in a practical sense.
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>>4254685
90D and R7 are both direct upgrade, but really you can commit any camera system since every Fujisonikon at this point has an adapter to EF-S.
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>>4254679
The tamron.
A good all in one zoom is worth its weight in gold
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>>4254685
IBIS is HUGE for photography and enables you to stop down and lower the ISO for static scenes and held poses. Lacking 5 stop IBIS is basically unforgivable.

Any better has limited practicality and works better for video just because IBIS ratings assume you try to hold still. So 8 stop isn’t 8 stop unless you basically lay down and hold the camera against yourself or are a human statue.

THE major downside is because it’s shifting the film plane the perspective can shift, worse with wide angle lenses, blurring only the periphery, while the center is sharp.
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>>4254685
ig please note, R7 has sensor upgrade over R10 as well
both of your lenses are aps-c, not just tampon
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i'm thinking of getting one of those lenses that threads onto the filter thread that widens everything to use with my tilt shift lens, talk me into and / or out of this
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>>4254733
Is just lack of ibis enough to upgrade?
t.shaky fucker
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>>4254959
It depends, IBIS gives ability to just handhold longer exposures by at least a few stops. If you shoot something that moves fast, it doesn't help. If you shoot with tripod, it doesn't help. If you want to shoot a delicious cinematic dimly lit gas station at night, handheld, it's very impressive.
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>>4254691
Thank you, but having more to choose from just makes the decision harder. Earlier this year a friend recommended a Fuji X-S10, but other than that I'm not really sure what to go for and feel a little concerned about switching body manufacturers. I know I'll need to buy an adapter either way, however.

Based on this thread
https://www.dpreview.com/forums/thread/4662787
It seems like the X-S10 trades features for a lower weight and price. Based on the OP's breakdown of features I think autofocus of the R7 stands out to me as an important feature.

>>4254733
>>4254737
Thank you anon, I think the R7 is more appealing unless there's something better in a similar price bracket. I can get a body only for $1260 USD ($2100 NZD local currency) at the moment.

>>4254977
This aspect of it seems quite important to me because I would like to carry my camera around more in urban environments - as opposed to walking in the countryside or driving and stopping.
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>>4254979
Don't buy a Fuji, they're the worst cameras per dollar spent. The XS-10 trades quality for the X-tranny quirk too.
Get a 90D and enjoy reflex before they take them from us.
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>>4254979
Fuji cameras underperform because the CFA is poorly designed. They have 2/3 their stated resolution unless photographing a monochrome target for reason similar to why true monochrome cameras and foveon cameras are higher resolution.

Get the r7, a6700, a used z6, a7iii, something, just avoid fuji, and don’t listen to cANON
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>>4255033
>don’t listen to cANON
>repeats what I just said
what did he mean by this?
also the guy has EF lenses and those are best on the 90D
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>>4255035
Would they really work that much worse on R7, with IBIS?
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>>4255038
They would work better. The 90d is garbage. Doesn’t even do good video. Doesn’t have a superior evf. Worse autofocus. Can’t use superior RF lenses. It sucks.

Better yet buy a sony. I think it’s monster that has the best EF adapter for them.
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>>4255050
Monster doesn't make one at all, Metabones?
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>>4255057
Arr rook same.
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>>4255057
Wiltrocks
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500 f/8 reflex vs
Tokina:
>significantly newer
>substantial lens hood
Nikon:
>more expensive
>nikkor QUALITY
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>>4254977
When I bought a new camera, this one >>4254482, I had to wade through endless reviews of seemingly similar cameras and didnt realize ibis was an important thing...since I use it for stills mostly and often I have to take several pics even at a ove 1/150 because I moved.
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I have a bunch of lenses. I’m starting to think I stocked up on too many shitters and I should sell them all for one L-series lens. Which of these would you consider the “best” lens I have?

RF 28mm f2.8
RF 35mm f1.8
EF 50mm f1.8 (whatever the latest version is)
EF 85mm f1.8
RF 24-105 f4-7.1
EF 70-300 f4-5.6

I suspect the 35mm is the “best” overall one I have based on it being a $500 prime but I dunno

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hellowo everyone, I currently have a d200 and a 50mm 1.8 D, I would like to do more landscape stuff but idk what lens to get, I was thinking of the Nikkor 80-200Mm F2.8 d, I am also broke and an armature so I don't want to fork out like 2k for some crazy telephoto lens, what does /pee/ think?

honestly I don't mind my current lens I just find I cant get enough stuff in the shot and if I go far back everything just is less sharp, maybe I don't need a new lens though and I'm just new and I don't know what I'm doing

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>>4255125
Keep one or two primes you use most, sell everything else and get 24-70 2.8 and 70-200 2.8 is what I'd do. But you'll still be spending a lot of money
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>>4255125
Hey I took a moon photo on the same night with the same camera

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>>4255150
Makes ya wonder why even bother taking the photo haha. Moon pics all look the same! Your editing is better though. What lens?
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>>4255125
If you use a lens and like the results its not a shitter. Keep it.

Besides nikon and sony make the best lenses
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>>4255125
>RF 28mm f2.8
Pancake is justice
>RF 35mm f1.8
This is supposedly very good, macro friendly wide-standard, don't you already have 28mm
>EF 50mm f1.8
Yes
>EF 85mm f1.8
Maybe trade this one in for L-series lens you want
>RF 24-105 f4-7.1
Worth keeping because it's a fucking meme, jk trade it in
>EF 70-300 f4-5.6
Maybe drop this for extra red ring budget

>>4255148
This one is absolutely on point, in particular, 35mm, 85mm and 24-105 could be replaced by 24-70 f/2.8 or some kind. Or not, if you like swapping lenses and would rather have f/1.8 in two points.
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I don't need it but for some reason I still want to buy it. There's a lot of them on the market, so guess it's not that good? What do you think /p/?
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>>4255214
Pancake is justice
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>>4255125
I took a walk this afternoon with the 50mm. I tell ya, decent argument in favor of using a prime so I can keep one hand free for coffee or whatever

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The wife want to get a film p&s for all the travel shenanigans, and obviously i know nothing about thoses.
Any super compact ones to recommend ? I'm not gonna get a Mju since those often shit the bed
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>>4255228
Canonet ql17. Everyone always regrets getting an auto only plastic POS after the first batch of dodgy scans.
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I just got an eos m200 and i liked it a lot, its a pretty nice camera and a nice upgrade from the old rebel t5i

But i keep asking myself if i should return it and get a sony A6400 instead because its not a dead mount + viewfinder.
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>>4255154
sigma 150-600 contemporary. Mine is a stack of about 35 images though which helps marginally with noise and contrast, plus I went a bit far on the sliders on the final image
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>>4255422
It's not bad at all but a6400 is even better
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>>4254455
Don't you get a full upgrade to the next version if you buy it?
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>>4254395
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hope this is a good thread. so im thinking about a bag, this is what i found and i think its gonna suit me well, where i live its the same price as peak design slingbag 3l but this one has way more space, is more like a backpack and camera is easy to access. anyway, anybody maybe have/had this and can share some opinions and/or recommendations?
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>>4255654
Cant give any recommendations but oh my lord get a backpack bag and save your shoulders.
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>>4255655
yeah that's my only concern. i won't be carrying a lot of weight but it will be for longer periods of time
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>>4255663
I have a lot of packs and slings... if it's not a lot of weight, a sling is better for the reasons you stated as well as comfort; if you live somewhere warm it's easy to move it around so you don't sweat. Just can just slide it up and down every few minutes without thinking to keep air moving over your back.

If you do end up putting a bit more weight in it on occasion, that's what the chest/waist strap is for. You're supposed to cinch it high and let the pack rest on it. Look for one with a strap you can swap from one side to the other as well.

That said, I haven't used anything more than my pockets in years, apart from camping.
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>>4255663
If you don't carry a lot of weight, why would you want that huge sling bag? I do have a sling bag that I think was officially supposed to be a fanny pack and it fits a huge ass lens positioned across my body. The pack on your picture should fit two cameras, holy trinity of lenses, a laptop, and a change of clothes. Which at that point it should be a backpack. Also fuck "photographer bags" in particular.
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>>4255676
it's pretty small actually, i'd rather get this over lets say peak design as I mentioned since I can put more stuff in here like water random shit I buy when exploring places I visit, also that quick camera access seems pretty cool
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>>4255685
IMHO, as pictured, this is large
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>>4255690
maybe i'm used to bigger stuff then
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What's your dream minimal system? Where you throw away everything except for a few lenses and a single body, maybe some accessories. I like the idea of just keeping a few primes, one for macro, a wide angle and a super telephoto, maybe:
- a fast 35mm for landscape, low light
- 100mm f2.8 macro and portraits
- 400mm for wildlife
- flash and fold up diffuser
The alternative one I come up with is:
- 35mm for landscape
- 100-400mm with raynox 250 for macro
...but then I think more about portraits and mid-range zooms and I end up where I am now. Do you ever dream up mini kits?
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>>4255747
>dream minimal system
Every GM lens
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Newest acquisition arriving soon. Going for cosplay and portrait photos. What am I in for?
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>>4255747
>dream minimal system
Cambo ACTUS-DB2, a 40mm equivalent, a monochrome back, a good pair of filters and a nice tripod with a 3 way head.

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>>4254395
I bought a t2i in 2008 and shot close to 10k pics. I more or less have been on hiatus for a decade from serious shooting, why does it seem like the tech hasn't changed since then? Am I missing something?

Why wouldn't anyone with a good eye that just wants to take pictures buy anything more than a 5D mk2 / mk3 equivalent and save the rest for exceptional lenses?
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>>4255654
If you want to get the one camera backpack for life, have a look at the Shimoda Explore and Urban Explore
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>>4255948
High iso and autofocus speed and accuracy come to my mind.

A lot of the advances have come in video I think. I don’t shoot any video myself, so it’s lost on me. I guess everyone wants to be a creator these days.

But you’re absolutely right. Cameras are basically figured out, especially for hobbyists and regular working photographers. I bet a lot of people would be served perfectly fine with an older 5d or d700/750.

But so much camera content is trying to sell shit. The companies need to sell more stuff every quarter and the hype train must ride.

There’s some truth to the trolly “let me guess, you need more” meme. Lots of great images were made with equipment far worse than what was available ten years ago. Just get out and shoot and have fun. If you need more, you’ll know it.

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>>4255948
Other than >>4255966 the industry went down the mirrorless path for the sake of automation - the sensor is now responsible for providing a computer with full time info about wtf is happening in front of the camera, pdaf sensors have moved onto the same chip (and lost their IR assist light compatibility), so camera can automatically figure out what the subject is, where its eye is, and is able to track focus in real time.
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>>4255966
Mirrorless is much more convenient to travel with and dslr OVFs are the worst between modern EVFs and MF film SLR OVFs. I draw the line there. A 5diii does take pictures, but it’s primitive applebook tier design makes it a camera shaped wall between you and life. Shit’s the size of a mamiya medium format. Give me a dated digital LEICA, however, and i’ll say gear doesn’t matter. Good rangefinders are timeless.
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>>4256037
basically this. mirrorless brought a package of quality of life and optics shit that used to be exclusive to leicas which are rare and expensive. you would never get something like the sony 40mm f2.5 on slrs, it requires that super shallow mount and mirror boxes block it, and if you get a body as small as the a7c it would be apsc with a shit pentamirror viewfinder and a hazy plastic fresnel for a focusing screen. and you would still be focusing through a soft lens wide open.
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here are some bullshit snapshits i took with it

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>>4256200
diggin' the ride
the patina on the bolts looks great, is it natural?
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>>4256204
you call that a snapshit? There's vision there, that's photography, that's art.
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>>4256206
well this one actually is a snapshit, been there done that... on Kodak film to make things worse
and it came underdeveloped
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>>4256205
yea, took em like 2 years to get to this point lol
>>4256207
my monkey brain went "haha bööt" and sent it
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>>4256207
Oh, poppet.
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best snap imo, horse but FAST

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>>4256210
>my monkey brain went "haha bööt" and sent it
Baserat
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>>4256215
Eisenstein would be proud
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>>4255747
>sub 28mm
>100mm for portrait
>50mm for everyday use
Already have that with my Olympus, and i just have to find a wide and telephoto for my Canon VT (i have no idea where to look for wide LTM lens)
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I want a Nikon Z3 (full frame z30)
How high are my chances?
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>>4256883
close to zero. If you like the concept snoy already has zv-e1 though, why wait for boomers at nikon?
Besides, if there is a camera in their inventory that they would've cut off the viewfinder from and sell it to dumbs (sorry) and vloggers, it's gonna be the Z5, not something better.
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>>4255909
a nice portrait lense
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It's amazing that there is no activity here on black friday, I'm trying to stop myself from buying a snoy 35mm 1.8 for $415.
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>>4255033
Thanks everyone for the earlier feedback. I'm more or less set on the R7 now, just one more question. Buying an adapter for my lenses (>>4254685) is there any difference between the first-party Canon one and third-party ones?
https://www.photowarehouse.co.nz/shop/shop-by-product/camera-lenses-2/canon-rf-full-frame-mount/canon-mount-adapter-ef-eos-r
https://photogear.co.nz/shop-by-department/jjc-canon-ef-rf-lens-mount-adapter/
Examples of what I mean.
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>>4257898
No from what I can tell there's just flex inside, it would work as pass through like 3rd party macro rings.
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Newfag that wants to start just causally. Going to visit family in the winter. FIL bought all these cameras over the years since they'd be a few dollars, wondering if there's a standout of the bunch to start with
>Pentax Spotmatic/F/K100/ME/ME F/Z-10/MZ-60
>Olympus OM-1n
>Futura S
>Ihagee: Exakta V (Varex)
>rest are compact camera/box cameras
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>>4258041
The OM1
It's small, it's light, the viewfinder is bright, it's piss easy to use (turn it on, and fiddles with aperture and speed until the needle is in the middle, no bullshit)
It's a lovely little fella
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>>4254395
Is the Fujifilm X-T3 worth it in [current year]? Barely missed one for 200€ yesterday and I'm not sure if I shouldn't care or go fuck myself because of it.
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>>4258265
You shouldn't care but it's a good
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>>4255422
having a viewfinder helps me frame better especially in direct sunlight
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>>4258265
The gap between 3 and 4 is drastic enough in 2020+3, soon to be 4 that you shouldn't beat yourself up for it. The X-T3 is good, but prices for an X-T4 are starting to meteor the longer that the X-T5 is out, that it would be more worth your value getting an X-T4.
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>absolutely hate smartphones
>always spend the minimum, see them as a social mandate i'd be rid of if the world would allow it
>go with iphones because the majority of people (especially girls) use them and expect compatibility with snowflake apple features
>no point in a phone without the social credit (lmao), women under 30 can get frustrated if you "dont just get an iphone" when something doesn't work
>finally upgrade iphone 8 to SE 3 to stay ahead of security updates
>also really hate gesture navigation and spending more than necessary on something i don't want to live with
>expecting nothing to change because even the camera is the same hardware apparently
>it got worse
how do i escape oversharpening hell i dont want to buy a fucking future ewaste extending zoom pocket camera to cope or deal with "but if you had an iphone" from people
>inb4 consoom moar phones
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>>4255909
Greatest lens ever, even corrected for astigmatism. How many lenses are on the market that you can shoot stars and street lights at f/1.4? yeah

t. haver of that lens

>>4254395
Great lens, same optically as all the other 80-200 2.8s, even better than the frist 70-200 2.8 (but not on par with the VRII, which also got the tripot mount)
You'll have a bad surprise when you'll need to put it on a tripod, but for a price lower than a kit lens, heh...

t. Haver of both

Pictured: 105mm 1.4 compared to other lenses
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>>4255747
i already have it. 15, 21 and 40mm, all for street. 4 lenses. nothing else
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>>4255747
Z mount sigma fp with sony autofocus, canon FPS, leica colors, a pop up EVF, and a screen so bright phones would shit themselves.
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>>4255747
This minimal thing only works at the beginning as then you'll become an hoarder and you can get outside with any kind of lens.

Anyway, the first lens I bought was the 180 2.8, bought for less than a kit lens more than 10 years ago, it is one of the lenses I used the most as you get the focal length you'll always use with a 70-200 2.8 but on a, like, 700g package.

So, the 180 2.8, a 50 or 35mm 1.4 and a 14 1.8 or 20mm 1.4 for a 3 lenses kit on a D800 or a D810
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>>4258307
alright
>>4258354
>look up used x-t4 prices
>start at 900€, median 1300€
I fucking hate living in Germany, everything is too fucking expensive, even a Sony Alpha II is like 700€ here AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
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>>4258439
Shop other brands, Sony and Fujifilm are awful value used in Europe but Panasonic and Nikon keep dropping, by now you can easily get a Z6 or S5 for less than that X-T4.
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>>4258443
>S5
>700€ to 900€
>Z6
>Also 700€ to 900€
I don't know why but for some reason used sellers are always freaking delulu in Germany, the private ones more so than those who do it as a business.

I guess I'll keep shooting 35mm Film on my AE-1 then ... but Film also costs 4 times what it did when I started with that, I fucking hate it here.
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>>4258457
>I fucking hate it here
Leave. There seem to be some people who would be happy to live in Germany.
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>>4258352
yeah thats what i was thinking too
ended up returning the m200 and getting a Z50
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>>4258466
yeah those who would love to live off welfare and not work :)

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>>4255747
>Fast 28mm street / cars
>Fast 50mm street / people
>70-200mm 2.8 for racetracks or volleyball games
>Reflector, cpl, tablet, maybe one of those cute LED fill lights with a diffuser
Kinda bummed there isnt an e-mount 28mm I like that isnt fucking huge. Oh well.
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>>4258479
cringe ancap
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>>4258466
>Leave.
To where, I'm a poorfag. Too poor to enjoy life and not poor enough for welfare (not that I'd even consider using it)
>There seem to be some people who would be happy to live in Germany.
Welfare gibsmedat grabbers
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>>4258485
I don't mean to sound cocky or ignorant on how Europe works, but can't you look at other markets in the EU for used gear like France, Belgium, or Spain for example?

Like, if an X-T4 is x amount in Germany, couldn't it be cheaper in France, and so on?
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>>4258485
> poorfag
> complaining about welfare
lmao
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>>4258491
You can, it may or may not be more difficult to get it to ship though, and going through national websites is a pain due to different languages and not knowing where to look. In any case MPB ships anywhere in continental Europe from Germany and sets the used market rate. You can get better deals from individuals but you may spend a lot of time looking for it if you don't live in a huge metro area.
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>>4258498
I'm the one paying for it, that's why I'm poor, pre taxes I'd be a King.
>>4258491
Just looked through, best I can find is from the US ... might be worth it if I pay half for the camera but "just" 50€ for shipping. I just don't how it's going to arrive though, might be sitting on a brick if it arrives in a bad shape.
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>>4258520
> I'm the one paying for it, that's why I'm poor, pre taxes I'd be a King.
yeah sure
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>>4258544
with a marginal tax rate of 42% in direct taxation (and many indirect taxes like 19% on everything you purchase) he's not wrong. also the "free" health care is a good chunk of his pay check because it's not really free except for when you're on welfare
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>>4258554
This is what the ancaps believe.
You would spend much more if those things were private e.g. USA

European socialist countries have a much higher average standard of living than anywhere else.
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>>4258562
>doesn't know how regulation works or what its purpose is
Wanna buy insurance across state lines and enjoy the benefits of competitive pricing? Sorry, that's illegal. Also my politicians own stocks in those "private" multinational corporations.

Get fucked.
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>>4258631
>he believes in free market
lmao
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>>4258648
>can't survive without the government
lmao
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Can someone familiar with Sony cameras advise whether this screen will be easy to fix? Tutorials online suggest that I can peel off the screen protector and put a new one on. Or is it fucked?
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>>4258713
If it works, who cares? You're gonna die someday, anon.
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>>4258713
It's the anti-glare coating on the screen, very common to happen over time, and very common with Sony specifically.
Putting a screen protector on will help prevent further degradation. You could try wipe it off completely too, but then you lose the anti-glare aspect. If it were mine, I'd honestly just keep using as-is until it got much worse.
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>>4258718
>>4258719
Thanks both. It's for a gift, so ideally would like to give it in a better state.
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>>4258722
>gift
That may be a little different. You could look for one being sold for parts and replace it easily enough, I imagine. It's likely just a ribbon cable.
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>>4258722
it's easy to replace, dpreview threads have recommendations and photo guides of replacement. Seems idiot proof and affordable upgrade to the crappy layer Sony used in a bunch of their cameras.
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>>4258722
https://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/55681373
see here
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>>4258713
Try peeling it off, it does look like default sony plastic screen protector aging.
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Should I buy Sony 100-400mm gm lens?
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I use a small body crop sensor for pinhole I carry in a pant pocket. Would I really gain that much image quality or low light capability by moving to a full frame and be forced to wear cargo pants for it? I only care about features relevant to pinhole.
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I want to get gud at studio shooting. I only have 1 umbrella soft box and 2 strip box style soft boxes, 1 decent studio flags, 3 cheap flashes.

What should I get next?
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>>4259130
*studio flash, which is the AD 600 Pro
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>>4258966
Yes
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>>4258966
No
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The Sony 12-24mm lens looks amazing. I'll have to rent it and try it out. Maybe when the GM2 comes out I'll get one.
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So Sonys making a proper 3 layer sensor. 42mp. I'm wondering what it would mean for the A7siv. The iii already uses a 48mp quad filter array in 12mp mode. I think in 2019 there was researching showing quantum dots being used for multi layer filtration so I think that's how they're doing it. They can probably squeeze 0.5-1 stops of better snr out of their traditional sensor tech, and gain an additional 1.5 stops from capturing all visible light instead of rejecting 2/3rds of it.

An A7siv with improved noise would be mental
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>>4260149
>sony is making foveon
>somehow manages to have the same awful colors you can’t edit out without doing illuminant specific LUTs
>still vignettes 3 stops with $1500 primes
>still eats stars and writes vignetting correction to raws
>still shoots at 6fps except with lossy compressed raw
>still dies in the rain
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>>4260163
Still buying a Sony despite your claims when it's time for me to upgrade
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>>4260149
>sony makes an interesting sensor
They will give it to Sigma and release no E-mount cameras with that sensor, of course.
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>>4260149
Is there any reliable info on whether this is really a foveon-type and not simply a bayer-type layout?
In this press release "3-layer cmos" means something entirely different (but it's from 2017) https://www.sony.com/en/SonyInfo/News/Press/201702/17-013E/
I am more inclined to believe it's just a very high res bayer sensor
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>>4259913
Good
>>4259918
Im buying it anyways
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>>4260251
No you aren't
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>>4260229
https://petapixel.com/2022/02/10/a-new-image-sensor-using-quantum-dots-could-replace-cmos/

It's not a foven type It's a quantum dot type. Well assuming I'm right, but quantum dot vertically stacked sensor isn't foveon.

Another interesting thing is tunable quantum dots have had research into them.. so you could have a sensor with custom frequency maps.. you could have a b&w bayer sensor with QD that you can turn back to colour. Whether it's 3 layer (or 4 layer like superia 4th layer shiz) or bayer you could tune RGB to IR/R/G instead like ektachtome infrared. Though sony is charging 150 for custom grid lines. Who knows what they'd charge for that feature.

That also means you could turn frequency of the dots to thin narrow bands for astro. You could also tune them to cut certain frequencies out better than a redhancing filter etc. That's a way off, I'd say it's just normal fixed QD.
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>>4260182
why
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I upgraded from my canon apsc dslr to the r6mii and bought the rf 24-70 f2.8 to boot.
What am I in for? Anyone else got this set up?
Really looking forward to stuff like dual sd card slots, IBIS, full frame, finally having a fast zoom lens.

Also has anyone tried the R7? Thinking of buying it as a back up body when I get a second lens for wildlife, which I'm still using my old aps-c for.

As for what photography I do, I do portraits, events, landscapes and wildlife. Travel photography too. I've been thinking of taking up real estate photography as a side gig, do you think 24mm on a full frame is enough for the wide end or should I get a wide prime lens?
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I dunno wtf is happening but it's interesting. Viltrox really hit it out of the park this year with some excellent lenses. Now we got yongnuo announcing new lenses (though they already did AF to soem extent), but also 7artisans and Brightin Star announcing they'll be making an AF lens too.
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I've only used a Tiffen 3-stop ND.

What are good brands? I've been eyeing a Breakthrough 10-stop filter but 10 may be too many stops. I wish I could rent a couple to try out.

I've used em for daytime / golden hour long exposure.

Gib tips.
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I am buying this so I can finally be "based."

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>>4260490
>1.8
ngmi, too slow
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>>4260501
They say you should spend at least 3x on your lens as your body.

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>>4260483
I have K&F NanoX ND8 which is excellent and a Neewer ND8-ND128 also excellent. The Neewer filters actually seem really good. I just got a 1/4 black diffusion filter from Neewer, just waiting to try it out outside of my room
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>>4260483
>>4260521
To add to this.. how many more stops of exposure do you want during those hours when using and ND8 (3 stop)? That'll tell you which ND to get.
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>>4260502
>They say you should spend at least 3x on your lens as your body.
i sure hope not, the most expensive lens i've bought so far is 150€



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