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Feb 04, 2017 19:02 |  #1

I have all but joined the sony dark side and can't wait to get into a Sony full frame, but I am hoping that they come out with something that will blow everything else out of the water. I would love 11 or more frames per second and over 24 mg with Great High Iso... I don't think that is to much to ask for.


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Feb 04, 2017 20:15 |  #2

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I have all but joined the sony dark side and can't wait to get into a Sony full frame, but I am hoping that they come out with something that will blow everything else out of the water. I would love 11 or more frames per second and over 24 mg with Great High Iso... I don't think that is to much to ask for.

Are you wanting discussion about this, or were you simply telling us what your "wish list" is?

I ask because you do not ask any questions in your post, nor do you say what you would like other members to share about this issue...........a fact which leaves me uncertain as to how to respond, or even if I/we are supposed to respond at all.

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Feb 04, 2017 20:21 as a reply to  @ Tom Reichner's post |  #3

I guess it was a bit of a rant as well as stating what I want. But also seeing if others are waiting for new stuff to come out.


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Feb 04, 2017 23:04 |  #4

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I guess it was a bit of a rant as well as stating what I want. But also seeing if others are waiting for new stuff to come out.

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Well, in that case I'll share what I would love to see someday:

A medium or large format digital camera that would have a full compliment of native lenses that is just as complete and diverse as Canon's EF lens lineup - all the way up to 800mm. And I would like the autofocus system and frame rate on this MF body to be every bit as good and fast as that on Canon's current 1Dx series.

Why?

Because I would love to capture images of fast-moving birds and wildlife in action, and be able to make big huge prints that look great at close viewing distances. By "look great", I mean where you can see every hair and every feather segment, resolved so well that it appears separate and distinct from every other hair and feather segment. And by huge prints I mean prints that fill up a wall, like 10 to 12 feet across and 6 to 8 feet high. Stitching wouldn't work if it's a bird in full flight, or a deer on an all-out run at point-blank range..........only way to do this is with a huge sensor with gazillions of pixels.

I don't think I will ever see such a system in my lifetime, but that doesn't stop me from wanting it.

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Feb 07, 2017 12:13 |  #5

All I want is a digital roll of film. Like something you can put in the back of a film camera just like you would a roll of film. I don't care if it's only 8 megapixels, or if it's max ISO is 6400 (or even a fixed ISO). That would be so much fun to shoot with. I would love to be able to shoot my Nikon FM2n for paid work but nobody wants to wait, or take the risk that comes with film. It's probably impossible to engineer, but that would be a really cool thing to have.


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All I want is a digital roll of film. Like something you can put in the back of a film camera just like you would a roll of film. I don't care if it's only 8 megapixels, or if it's max ISO is 6400 (or even a fixed ISO). That would be so much fun to shoot with. I would love to be able to shoot my Nikon FM2n for paid work but nobody wants to wait, or take the risk that comes with film. It's probably impossible to engineer, but that would be a really cool thing to have.

I'm not sure that I understand what you are describing/wishing for.

Do you mean that there would be something like a roll of "disposable sensors" in which each frame can only be used for one image? If so, then I am not understanding how the results would be different than, or better than, what we get with the "regular" digital cameras we use. Could you explain it a bit more?

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Feb 07, 2017 12:54 |  #7

Tom Reichner wrote in post #18265008 (external link)
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A medium or large format digital camera that would have a full compliment of native lenses that is just as complete and diverse as Canon's EF lens lineup - all the way up to 800mm. ...

WHoa Tom, that's going to be a monster lens. The Takumar 800mm F4 lens for Pentax weighs a whopping 40 pounds. :)


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WHoa Tom, that's going to be a monster lens. The Takumar 800mm F4 lens for Pentax weighs a whopping 40 pounds. :)

I think that in the future, technological advances will allow us to have such optics at a fraction of their current weight. In the last 100 years, don't you see how far we've come with so many things? What's to keep us from advancing just as much over the course of the next 100 years?

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Feb 07, 2017 13:19 |  #9

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I think that in the future, technological advances will allow us to have such optics at a fraction of their current weight. In the last 100 years, don't you see how far we've come with so many things? What's to keep us from advancing just as much over the course of the next 100 years?

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Gravitational lensing with mini-black holes. :):):):):)


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Feb 07, 2017 13:36 |  #10

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Gravitational lensing with mini-black holes. :):):):):)

I have no idea what that means........sorry, but I am not technologically oriented. But yeah, if that technology enables to make smaller, lighter long telephotos, then I am in favor of it (so long as light transmission and image quality are not compromised).
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Feb 07, 2017 13:40 |  #11

Tom Reichner wrote in post #18266991 (external link)
I'm not sure that I understand what you are describing/wishing for.

Do you mean that there would be something like a roll of "disposable sensors" in which each frame can only be used for one image? If so, then I am not understanding how the results would be different than, or better than, what we get with the "regular" digital cameras we use. Could you explain it a bit more?

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Way back in the day (when I had a Canon T90 35mm) and digital was just starting to come out, there was an article I read of someone trying to develop a sensor "packet" that fits in to regular 35mm camera like regular roll of film. Would be nice to revive alot of the old 35mm camera systems out there - but not sure if they would even come close to what is available today in terms of quality and cost for such a small market - but that's why this is a wish list!


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Feb 07, 2017 14:18 |  #12

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Way back in the day (when I had a Canon T90 35mm) and digital was just starting to come out, there was an article I read of someone trying to develop a sensor "packet" that fits in to regular 35mm camera like regular roll of film. Would be nice to revive alot of the old 35mm camera systems out there - but not sure if they would even come close to what is available today in terms of quality and cost for such a small market - but that's why this is a wish list!

Well, if this is a "longing for nostalgia" thing, then I encourage you to just go ahead and use the old film camera that is nostalgic for you! If nostalgia (not results) is your goal, then using the old nostalgic camera seems to be a more realistic path towards nostalgic satisfaction than wishing for new technology. In fact, the latter actually seems counter-logical.

If you really loved using that old camera, then get yourself some rolls of film and go ahead and indulge!


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Feb 08, 2017 22:51 |  #13

I would love something that was the size on my A6000 with a 10-1000mm F2.8 workable ISO over 100,000... I would love 25fps. I also want 4k video..... O and wile we are at it I also want all this is a 360 VR camera... because that would be awesome.


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Feb 08, 2017 23:16 as a reply to  @ Tom Reichner's post |  #14

Not disposable, no. Like with a roll of film, you put in the canister, and pull the film across and slide it into the holder. Though probably not possible, it would be really cool if you could put in a digital sensor that would stay in behind the lens. Include a canister just so that it would stay still, but instead of film being exposed and then moved, just have a digital sensor sitting there. I highly doubt it's physically possible, but man that would be cool.


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Feb 08, 2017 23:25 |  #15

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Not disposable, no. Like with a roll of film, you put in the canister, and pull the film across and slide it into the holder. Though probably not possible, it would be really cool if you could put in a digital sensor that would stay in behind the lens. Include a canister just so that it would stay still, but instead of film being exposed and then moved, just have a digital sensor sitting there. I highly doubt it's physically possible, but man that would be cool.

There have been a few attempts andthis one (external link) look promising, but why? A dedicated digital camera with its rich feature set is way more useful.


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