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Oh dear...Epic fail

 
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Aug 18, 2013 01:23 |  #16

gall551 wrote in post #16209980 (external link)
Taken from another language and used google translate??

Only thing i can think of!

I was thinking the same thing.


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Aug 18, 2013 01:33 |  #17

This might be better on engrish.com.


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Aug 18, 2013 08:05 |  #18

Some, still feel to comment and argue on that, :/ lol




  
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Aug 19, 2013 22:57 as a reply to  @ oplous's post |  #19

tagnal wrote in post #16215083 (external link)
The english was so bad I couldn't get past #4. But then I read Kolor-pikker's post and ended up reading the rest.

Me too, but what really got me was the comment about not knowing the camera:

Kolor-Pikker wrote in post #16209733 (external link)
Woah, better go read my 5D2 manual and hope it mentions that my camera actually has 14 stops DR

Of course the manual doesn’t because Canon f**ked it up for us, limited us to 11-ish stops for some reason when the sensor is indeed capable of 14. Nice dig if intended that way!


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Aug 20, 2013 03:43 |  #20

ejenner wrote in post #16223154 (external link)
Of course the manual doesn’t because Canon f**ked it up for us, limited us to 11-ish stops for some reason when the sensor is indeed capable of 14. Nice dig if intended that way!

Wellll, the 11-12 stops DR is more due to Canon's crappy and ancient 500nm sensor fabs, which are great for turning out a million cameras a month for pennies because it's tried and true 99% yield hardware, whereas Sony uses 180nm fabs that can make sensors of much greater performance.

If you mean the 14-stops that Magic Lantern affords, it's a hack that alternates each two rows of pixels with different ISO values, and then combines the result. It's great in a pinch, but it is a hack, it does degrade image quality, and this concept can technically be applied to any camera with two or more amps (assuming you can get low-level access to the hardware).


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