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  • Posted on: Samsung NX1 Full Review

    I think the NX1 launch price was a mistake. If it was anything close to the Sony A77II, for instance, It would be a definite buy for me but if I am going to spend 1700 euros on the camera, I prefer to get a D750, A7II or 7DMKII. Samsung is very new to the world of digital camera so it shouldn't expect to make big profits right from the beginning. Samsung should have encouraged prosumers to buy this camera by offering them a tempting price. At this price, I prefer to go with Canon or Nikon that I know will stay in this business forever.
    • 29 Nov 2014 9:48PM
  • Posted on: Fujifilm Fujinon XF 56mm f/1.2 R Lens Review

    Have you ever used 56mm wide open at a focus distance more than 10m? I'd really like to know if it can focus accurately at such a distance and how it renders the foreground blur.
    • 9 May 2014 4:42PM
  • Posted on: Panasonic Lumix GX7 Full Review

    Lemmy, as I said, I cannot judge the review because I never owned APS-C cameras, but if you put all facts together, you might agree with me that, at least, it is a little unusual. Nikon uses Sony sensor as Olympus do. D7100 has larger sensor and higher resolution compared to E-M5 without AA filter.
    Still, it cannot touch the level of details and sharpness produced by E-M5 even at the center let alone corners. Just compare the Queen card and see yourself. in a nutshell, since I do not have possibility to compare photos from E-M5 to those from D5100 or GX7 myself, I have to make sure that I can rely on what I read.
    • 18 Aug 2013 6:53PM
  • Posted on: Panasonic Lumix GX7 Full Review

    DPReview's comparison is exactly what made me confused. They claim that they used Nikon 50mm F1.4 on D7100. This lens is supposed to be sharp at least at the center. But if you look at the Queen and compare it to what is produced by E-M5, the difference leaps out at you.
    You are completely right. I know when I want to stick to JPEGs, quality is compromised. I just want to make sure that I am not being fooled by some dishonest reviews. I am not saying that DPReviews are dishonest because I never had APS-C cameras, but with larger sensor size, higher resolution, removal of AA filter taken into account, it is really hard to believe my eyes. It is why I want to hear personal experience of people who actually used these cameras.
    I know that the small size of mirrorless cameras is their selling point, but I, myself, am not really concerned about size and weight.
    • 16 Aug 2013 4:11PM
  • Posted on: Panasonic Lumix GX7 Full Review

    Thank you for quick response,

    Is that true that JPEG quality of these new mirrorless cameras even beat that of DSLRs (APS-C cameras)? With the price I have to pay for E-M5 or GX7, I can afford a D5200 or even D7100. Many reviews I have read so far attest to this but, for me, it is still hard to believe.
    • 16 Aug 2013 1:56PM
  • Posted on: Panasonic Lumix GX7 Full Review

    I would like to work with RAW files, but since I am a student, I do not have much free time to do so.
    Therefore, I need to have a camera with good out of camera JPEGs. Has anybody made a comparison between E-M5 and GX7 out of camera JPEGs?

    THX
    • 16 Aug 2013 11:59AM
  • Posted on: Panasonic Lumix GX7 Full Review

    What I can infer from the review is that E-M5 shows more fine detail up to ISO 3200. Could you please expatiate on AWB and exposure of this camera compared to that of E-M5 a little more. I have difficulty choosing one of these cameras. IQ is the deciding factor for me.
    THX
    • 10 Aug 2013 12:52AM

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