Given it's all open source and literally anyone can develop for it, why don't smaller, or ambitious camera companies like Vivitar, Polaroid, Ricoh, GoPro, Moultrie, Yamaha, Schneider-Optik or Kodak try their hand at making cameras and lenses for Micro Four Thirds? On that note, why don't companies like Toshiba who already make sensors give it a go? Or companies that have been kicked out of the camera industry but still make other stuff like Casio or Celestron? Even Samsung could expect to reasonably compete if it enters itself into a system which already... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2737828 Wow you must be a real expert! Why don't you explain for me with the knowledge of the camera industry you have picked up during your marketing and business degree and your 30 years working in the camera industry?
>>2737828 Stop pulling everyone else down to your miserable level. If you don't have anything of value to say just don't, and if you can't make yourself feel good but through being condescending guess what, it'll only make yourself more and more miserable because all you see is misery in others and in yourself.
>>2736507 Well my PC is older and has only 8GB of memory which has never slowed PS down. Yours seems to have 16GB of memory and it looks like PS is using more because it's able to use more. By default I'm guessing that PS uses a good chunk of your RAM, at least on something without panoramic stitching, so it can finish faster. There's probably a way to change this but I'm not sure how.
I'm looking for a bang for the buck digital video camera (at least 1080p capable) and an external microphone. I'm planning to use it for vlogging and singing, nothing more. I'm just looking for something to do the job for reasonable price, nothing professional.
I'm a complete n00b and I know nothing about video cameras so...
Hey /p/. I am going to Iceland in a couple of weeks and I intend to photograph the Northern Lights if I'm lucky. I want to know how decent of a picture I would get from my current camera. I do not intend to purchase another, so I hope that's not an answer I receive. Here are the details:
>Panasonic LUMIX DMC-FZ200 >It's DSLR-"like" compact (off to a bad start, I know) >Lowest aperture f/2.8 .. 60 sec max shutter speed
Can I get a good picture? Have it look decent in color, maybe some scenery in the background etc.? I can't even find a sample pic of someone trying (probably a bad sign).
Pic is some guy using a LUMIX-G5 (Mirrorless, I believe)
How do I go about this? I have my own website with a section of it devoted to the shows that I have shot, but those shows have been at my cousins venue in NYC.
The websites of venues I want to go to and photograph bands don't have any sort of contact page or submission process defined on their website for press passes. Have any of you shot at Toad's place in New Haven CT, or Oakdale Theatre in Wallingford CT? or the Iron Horse Auditorium in North Hampton Mass??
Should I just call the venue and ask what the venue's managers email is?
you're either gonna request the band's touring manager or the venue's press coordinator
after a little googling, toad's place is fairly small so it shouldn't be hard while oakdale is pretty big. iron horse seems in the middle. not sure what artists you're trying to shoot but that plays a big part
bigger bands couldn't give less of a fuck about you or your photos. they're touring for weeks and the same photos are gonna be snapped over and over again
the people who truly care about those repeat boring photos are local... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
When i shoot lightbulbs whit my D5300 i get these weird blue ghosts that behave almost like lens flares. I asumed something was wrong whit my lens but used a different one and got the same problem. Is there something wrong whit my camera?
From my experiences using Manual lenses on the EOS M & M3 system. Live View doesn't support manual lenses very well. If you stop down, the image will become darker in liveview but focusing will be accurate. Shutter speed matters a tonne here. You want to pay attention to the camera lightmeter/exposure bar when shooting with manual glass.
A trick to using the Canon Liveview system when it's too dark stopped down is to increase your iso, focus, reset iso to desired target and set your shutter speed accordingly. It's not the best system in the... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I'm not sure if this is the right place to ask, but I thought you guys might be able to help me out: my Panasonic lumix GF7 recently fell from an 1 meter high window sill. Now, when I turn it on, it's showing these horizontal colored stripes on the screen (screen itself is fine, menu and everything is working, nothing wrong with the lens either). It looks like something is wrong with the sensor, however I'm not entirely sure.
I opened up the camera to take a look, but I don't dare to remove the ribbons, so I can't really see what's up with the sensor. Maybe you guys have a clue? I hope it's just a loose ribbon or something (that can be easily re-attached by someone with a more steady hand and better tools), otherwise it's probably not worth fixing (I bought it second hand for half the original price, and figured that fixing a sensor might be really expensive).
Attached is a picture of how the screen looks like! When I do manual zoom, the stripes distort! ISO and all these functions are not working tho.
>>2738114 >my Panasonic lumix GF7 recently fell from an 1 meter high window sill >Maybe you guys have a clue? ...What are you expecting as an outcome from posting this? You dropped your camera and its fucked, we can't unfuckulate it from the internet take it to a shop you dense mother fucker
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