Started by ErikKaffehr, April 01, 2013, 07:58:20 am
Quote from: marcmccalmont on April 10, 2013, 05:16:14 amWhy stitch 36 mpix when you can stitch 80 mpix! Marc
Quote from: BernardLanguillier on April 10, 2013, 05:00:58 amThe D4x + stitching will probably enable us to see at molecular level. Crystallographic analysis on screen should become a breeze...
Quote from: jonathanlung on April 10, 2013, 02:21:17 pmDiffraction might pose a bit of a problem. We'll need to upgrade to Nikon's pico crystal coated lens lineup.
Quote from: MrSmith on April 11, 2013, 10:51:49 amsome serious sharpening going on there! didn't realise the sliders went that far to the right.i bet the differences are even more pronounced out of the camera.
Quote from: Isaac on April 12, 2013, 12:04:52 pmDown at the cheapest end of the range; it still seems like the cheapest prime lens for Sony α APS-C, are obviously better at the border and corners than the cheapest zoom lens.Some of the advantages of either primes or zooms are very personal, and specific to what we're doing badly when we photograph. One of the things I would do was zoom in and out searching for some perfect framing, instead of just taking the photo! With a prime I take the photo (and then move the frame a bit and take another, and then move my feet a bit...) Someone else might walk around with a prime lens searching for some perfect framing, instead of taking the photo.Similarly cheap prime lens are so lightweight that I hold the camera in my hand for hours, and that seems to mean I put the camera to my eye and take the photo. Again, that's a fix to a problem someone else might not experience.
Quote from: ErikKaffehr on April 13, 2013, 12:26:54 amHi,Moving changes perspective. What I normally do is to walk around until I get the view I want. That means I want to include that tree top, that stone, leave out that bush and have that reflection in that place. When I found the spot, I decide on the lens. This is normally the first time I look in the viewfinder.I have worked with primes a long time and that was no problem. But now days I feel the zooms have the quality I need, when stopped down, and also deliver the flexibility I like.Best regardsErik
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