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Nov 19, 2013 02:24 |  #46

sega62 wrote in post #16461508 (external link)
Don't you think 36 mpx is too bif of a file.
Unless you print posters
Need good glass, and huge memory cards, and another external hard drive.
But for the price, its cheaper than a medium camera.

There's never too much resolution. Give me 100 & I'd be wanting more.

But I have never used medium format and its an itch that needs scratching, but not film I think - I need it to be digital.


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Nov 19, 2013 06:13 |  #47

sega62 wrote in post #16461179 (external link)
Its the way they spead those focus points, all packed in the center real tight.
Wonder why, i sometimes wonder whats wrong with those cie.
They make sure they dont step on their higher price camera, thats for sure.

I agree. I'm not a big fan of focus recomposing but, I always make sure the subject falls into the AF area.




  
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Nov 19, 2013 06:13 |  #48

Lowner wrote in post #16462933 (external link)
There's never too much resolution. Give me 100 & I'd be wanting more.

But I have never used medium format and its an itch that needs scratching, but not film I think - I need it to be digital.

You'll be waiting forever, Richard. It's time to move on. ;)




  
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Nov 19, 2013 13:08 |  #49

jdizzle wrote in post #16463142 (external link)
I agree. I'm not a big fan of focus recomposing but, I always make sure the subject falls into the AF area.

Specially if you shoot with a 1.4 lens, you can't recompose, unless you are very good at it.

And yes they are too big of files, I don't really think that 60 mpx is cool, do we really need that for people who don't print super sized poster?




  
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