"- That's because you're not very smart? ;-). Though, the face is not overexposed and seems to represents the actual appearance of the horse well. I am a free market capitalist havalina. Same DoF, same noise..."You don't even read your own comments, apparently. And such setup will produce the same image exactly. These things are second. "I don't consider F numbers meaningless. Photographer and YouTuber Todd Dominey has shared a video that details the history of Kodak Aerochrome film, a film stock he says has 'an origin story unlike any other.'. Expected from a clueless troll.There is NO need to make the MFT ISO 25, aka. People maybe, that AF more horrible, I have compact cameras with much more effective contrast detection with AF. supersteelman, maybe you got this, but my comment was directed at s1oth1ovechunk, who seemed to deny that there is a difference between cameras in this regard. 1. From what I've heard, the latest firmware updates on the G9 and GH5 in particular have been what's brought DFD into genuinely reliable territory... and then only when using Panasonic's post-GH4 lenses designed specifically to support DFD. They hold true decades after decades. The big question would be…  Would I buy one and would it replace with the GFX 50R? It is all about the crop aka. I heard Sony paid for trolls, but this is too easy to spot them. never does any smearing. It's a niche (and pricey) product to be sure, but so far we find it to be well-designed and capable of outstanding results. Still, its shooting buffer manages 37 Raw+JPG, 42 Raw, or 54 JPGs at the top 9.5fps capture rate. No kidding. I am very taken with the Panasonic lenses. You can't (re)produce the same image out of a much smaller amount of light. That's why I want to live in your world. "- Of course it has nothing to do with the quantity of photons hitting the sensor. We've had a little more time to shoot around with Panasonic's high-resolution full-framer and thus, top off our sample gallery. Seems like a full movie at 4k is so huge, I am not sure how to stream it? It is all about the crop aka. Yes, I know all that, and I'm sure that the OP knows it too. Standard: standard Panasonic colour and contrast rendering. I think that finer detail could be lost due to this NR in many situations. Sure, some manufacturers even stopped any development years ago and just go on reshuffling old sensors and adding and removing features to achieve what they consider good and proper features/price ratios. The doors, walls, statues, the tourists, everything shows noise. The lens? I edit and deliver on a Full HD 1920x1080 timeline. 4K video files can be transferred to a smartphone via Wi-Fi. Why can't you understand that? The resulting Raw files are 333Mb in size! I just called you out for not understanding properly WHY we apply a crop factor to the aperture. Use of Adobe Camera Raw Enhance Details is assumed, as it has subtle benefits; it is the best place to start. They are just meant to generate traffic, and in that they are successful. After what seems like a slow start, Panasonic is starting cause some real ripples with the S-line up of Lumix cameras. Makes no difference. It’s no coinsidence that majority of dedicated video cameras offer articulating screens. I thought that 4k was much to big to stream from the web? It is a terrible AF. "You pretend that this was never the case. Basically you are just repeating what I said to debunk all your clueless claims. You just keep arguing for the sake of arguing, like a fool.Sensor size matters, because larger sensors gather more light. They're *all* too expensive in that range. Do some interweb searching. Perhaps if the photograph invokes images of the systematic breeding and subsequent annihilation of emotional beings it becomes cruel? And you are making no logical sense again. The subject distance is the same BUT the focal length is a cropped 42,5mm FL image circle. I never claimed otherwise. Feels really good to hold and was very responsive also focusing in the lower light areas. It is much more than DOF. As a lifelong Panasonic, Technics, JVC (part of what was Matsushita) user of many of their products, not just cameras, I would agree. They have been mastering compact lens (particularly the 28mm focal design) since the 90’s with their compact film cameras. I rarely use continuous shooting but when I do, the hit rate is 90% or higher. Too much for some, inconsequential for others. They would need to produce about 320 24-105mm lenses per month. Photons hitting the sensor alone do not make the amount of light gathered in the context of equivalence. The S1R wasn’t my first full-frame mirrorless camera. He fell in love with photography in 2013 when he got a camera as a birthday present. We're glad you asked. third would be, lets just make sure the images are not awful. 1600 whereas the f0.7 MFT can stay at ISO 400 to achieve a certain shutter speed. "And no, I never claimed that equivalence is only about DOF. It's a serious compromise. it makes very little physical sense. @Ruekon: cameras meter to neutral grey (18 % black or whatever it is) and when a white horse in front of a white snow is metered to neutral grey it’s not a white horse and white snow anymore – white would appear grey. You have no other choice than to increase the shutter speed when you can't set the ISO any lower. Panasonic S1R: Workflow for Multi-Shot High-Res Mode Images in Adobe Camera Raw This page looks at a workflow in Adobe Camera Raw for Panasonic S1R Multi-Shot High-Res mode raw files. I have seen all comments about S1's potential to be the best video camera. When you reach ISO 1600, luminance noise is traced, but is only obvious when images are inspected very closely at 100%. In this ongoing series chronicling my use of the Panasonic S1 and S1R, I wanted to do a dedicated post to tethered shooting. Seriously. When we first reported on the alleged ransomware attack back in August, Canon said it was 'investigating the situation.' "There is NO need to make the MFT ISO 25" - Then you cannot reproduce the image properly even in theory. Size of lenses come into play too obviouslyFuji will well in that ratio I think too with compact lenses and small bodies, I think the volume to resolution ratio needs to be a thing.It needs a catchy name.Golden ratio is taken...Mighty Mouse ratio might have trademark issues.Maybe call it the R/V value or R/V ratio.Add the RV value to the points score in the DP review rating :). And they're not black holes; there's a big shadow lift in the photo of the shopkeeper, which works nicely. Sony's new Visual Story app for iOS promises event and wedding photographers a variety of useful tools, designed to simplify their workflow and enhance their business. "I can make a full frame sensor with incredibly small pixels that objectively gathers way less light than even the smallest sensors and it won't affect DOF. Dear DPreview, could I suggest keeping the similar photos together? As said on my video blog, I have had this camera about a month at the time of writing and it did take me a while to get used to. :(. The price threw me off a bit but I was still interested. The overall colour contrast looks quite flat. That's why we need equivalence to be able to compare things that camera manufacturers don't want us to compare. It actually looks and feels a little smaller in person and it’s not too much bigger than a G9. The decision is now about size, weight, lenses, battery life, weather proofing, auto focus, ergonomics, video. I'd like to have a camera with reasonable auto modes (like D850 or D500 in my case) and good EVF allowing me to do reasonable adjustments before I take a photo -- histogram appears really helpful, besides maybe indication of clipped highlights and zebras for sharpness. Both have an in-body image stabilisation (IBIS) system that shifts the sensor to compensate for camera shake. This is at ISO 500. I have uploaded both Panasonic’s RW2 file and the native JPEG. I mean it's like FF ISO800. S1R has a native ISO range of 100 - 25600 which can be boosted to 50-51200 and it can save files in RAW format which gives you a wider room for post processing. DoF is a nice tool and m43 can deliver it too provided suitable lenses though when designing equivalent lenses for m43 you end up with similar size and more expensive lenses. The Canon RF 800mm F11's unique combination of telephoto reach, affordability and light weight will likely enable even more people to do the same. The S1R sees a bump in resolution as it will be able to record internal 5K (30/25/24p) 4:2:0 10-bit LongGOP at 200Mbps. and the d4 and the d4s and the d5. And if you try gathering the same amount of photons on MFT camera, you would fail more often than not. The sole point of my "tricks" was to prove that no matter where you affect the amount of light hitting the sensor (before the lens, after the lens, sensor-level) - the DOF stays exactly the same if the rest of the setup is unchanged. I can only talk about my experience, if the subject is slightly darker than the background he completely ignores it. This weird idea that everyone who takes photos wants to shot videos. Well, maybe you know something about "equivalency" (whatever it is), but you don't know $#!T about equivalence. Read our full review to find out how it performs. Dave Kai Piper: Photographer, Writer & Rider. 7. You are the one who didn't understand what I said. This would result in loss of fine detail and smearing with Nikon DSLRs as well. It's equivalence, not "equivalency". MIOPS has announced Flex, a new smart camera gadget designed to make it easy and simple to capture lightning strikes, action images, holy grail timelapse videos and much more. That's one kit lens per 37.5 cameras. It seems many are lost on what they can personally achieve from a camera. Youre right, but something is prob off. "- See, for you, "LARGER SENSORS" are about shallower DoF exclusively, not "EQUIVALENCE". They will likely be producing that many each day, at least. the horse image looks like theres smearing. Well, is the first full frame entry to the market from Panasonic we know them from being consistent and note taker from the customer which should mean firmware improvements for the S1 and SR1 and ultimately a lot of improvements for this series successors that i hope we see. Like the S1, Panasonic S1R has more aspect ratio settings than most cameras. ISO25 is just as theoretical as ISO1600. it would not lose detail whatsoever. Fz1000 only little better. They just want keep selling overpriced crop gear with meaningless fancy F and ISO numbers on them. Lens: Panasonic Lumix 24 – 105mm S You are stuck with this ignorant mindset of comparing the same numbers, which leads to producing different results. if i am interested in a camera, i judge it for myself, not what a website and naysaying forum comentators and dedicated fan boys state, oh, i forgot to mention the "dedicated" clueless wonders also, who don't have a clue about the camera or its workings, who deliberately try to sway folks from buying the camera, for some unknown stupid reasons, I find most of the time that my experience with a camera is quite different from DPR and often their sample galleries are shockingly different from when I use the camera myself The number of times I've been misled by online "reviews" is staggering, I've now taken a different approach: I go to online reviews to just get some rough guidelines, then I test things myself, for as long as it takes to feel comfortable I'm not missing something important because "I read online that..." the number of "instant experts" on the net is just bordering on crazy, nowadays, and don't get me started on utube "tutorial" videos... Why make the butcher shot monochrome?
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