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Frans Waterlander

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Re: Any real measurement data on mirrorless sensor heating?
« Reply #100 on: October 01, 2020, 03:24:29 pm »

Tell me why you need it
Understand how much of a dynamic range degradation to expect under various operating modes with a mirrorless camera.
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Re: Any real measurement data on mirrorless sensor heating?
« Reply #101 on: October 15, 2020, 05:54:52 pm »

I’ve owned micro four thirds mirrorless cameras for many years starting with the Panasonic G1.
My more recent cameras are Olympus EM II cameras. These have been used for tens of thousands of pictures, photographing weddings where the camera is in almost continual use for stills and video, and filming school stage productions where the camera is continuously used to capture video for 45-60 minutes at a time. I did not even realise that overheating was an issue. Perhaps I should have read the manual more thoroughly.

So I say that at least for m43 cameras, overheating is nota problem Frans.
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Re: Any real measurement data on mirrorless sensor heating?
« Reply #102 on: October 16, 2020, 12:01:42 pm »

So I say that at least for m43 cameras, overheating is nota problem Frans.
Not a problem in what sense? Your cameras didn't shut down? You didn't notice image quality degradation? Good for you. However, my question is about having actual measurement data to see how much IQ degradation occurs under different conditions. I personally find it interesting that people buy and use cameras that may be prone to IQ degradation without them knowing any hard data. It would be nice if camera manufacturers, test houses and reviewers would generate actual data to show what to expect. But that's just me, apparently.
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Re: Any real measurement data on mirrorless sensor heating?
« Reply #103 on: October 16, 2020, 12:10:04 pm »

Not a problem in what sense? Your cameras didn't shut down? You didn't notice image quality degradation? Good for you.
And the push back starts up again. Darn you Jim!  ;D
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I personally find it interesting that people buy and use cameras that may be prone to IQ degradation without them knowing any hard data.
So you don't own a camera huh?
IQ degradation that you've yet to find? Or test? Or show us?
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It would be nice if camera manufacturers, test houses and reviewers would generate actual data to show what to expect.
Yeah, like a raw Histogram. Still, I've managed to buy dozens of digital cameras over the years without and actually be able to make images with them, and post them, print them, get paid to make them too.
Can we say the same for you sir? Do you even own a digital camera and do you ever produce images anyone can see from them heat from a sensor or otherwise?
Keep in mind, LuLa is a web site and forums FOR photographers. Last time I looked, that audience owned cameras and actually produced photo's.
Talk is cheap; but on a photography forum, some of us own cameras and make images with them instead of not doing so due to some perceived horror from sensor heat. Might consider giving that idea a try one day.....  ;)
But that's just me, apparently.
Bingo! That should end this discussion (but it will not  :'( )
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Re: Any real measurement data on mirrorless sensor heating?
« Reply #104 on: October 16, 2020, 07:18:16 pm »

And the push back starts up again. Darn you Jim!  ;DSo you don't own a camera huh?
IQ degradation that you've yet to find? Or test? Or show us? Yeah, like a raw Histogram. Still, I've managed to buy dozens of digital cameras over the years without and actually be able to make images with them, and post them, print them, get paid to make them too.
Can we say the same for you sir? Do you even own a digital camera and do you ever produce images anyone can see from them heat from a sensor or otherwise?
Keep in mind, LuLa is a web site and forums FOR photographers. Last time I looked, that audience owned cameras and actually produced photo's.
Talk is cheap; but on a photography forum, some of us own cameras and make images with them instead of not doing so due to some perceived horror from sensor heat. Might consider giving that idea a try one day.....  ;)Bingo! That should end this discussion (but it will not  :'( )
Pathetic pretty much sums it up.
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Re: Any real measurement data on mirrorless sensor heating?
« Reply #105 on: October 16, 2020, 07:21:20 pm »

Pathetic pretty much sums it up.
A guy on a photo forum with no use for photography, indeed sir.
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Re: Any real measurement data on mirrorless sensor heating?
« Reply #106 on: October 16, 2020, 07:47:13 pm »

But that's just me, apparently.

Apparently.

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Re: Any real measurement data on mirrorless sensor heating?
« Reply #107 on: October 16, 2020, 08:58:12 pm »

A guy on a photo forum with no use for photography, indeed sir.
How do you come up with this nonsense? Been using cameras for 60 years and DSLRs for the last 15.
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Re: Any real measurement data on mirrorless sensor heating?
« Reply #108 on: October 16, 2020, 09:53:10 pm »

How do you come up with this nonsense? Been using cameras for 60 years and DSLRs for the last 15.
Sure you claim, sure...
"Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence."-Carl Sagan
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