Jump to content

Elv_Vin

Members
  • Content Count

    9
  • Joined

  • Last visited

About Elv_Vin

  • Rank
    New member

Profile Information

  • My cameras and kit
    Sony A7S, Sony A7II, Olympus EM-1

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. We have to remember that there is no perfect camera in this world. There will always be limitations to what a camera of one generation, give or take differing technologies that is given priority for a production model. Market segmentation is also another area for a business to protect if they were to be viewed as a long term investment for shareholders. So we can’t have everything. If that happens, one day we’ll have just one camera that we will not upgrade for the next decade. And judging by how the digital imaging segment is shrinking due to smartphone imaging technology, most consumers won’t even think twice about switching phones rather than cameras. That leaves an even smaller market for digital imaging device manufacturers like Sony and Panasonic. It’s a death spiral. For example, if you want to make sure your native lenses stay relevant in the future, sometimes letting the camera bodies take the brunt of being disposable is not a bad thing. Because investment always require a sacrifice one way or another. And it just happens that lenses are the better investment. (Just my point of view over a shot of whisky😊)
  2. How is this even constructive? We’re all here to show and learn what technology today is capable of. There’s no bad camera in the market today. We still capture visuals with them or another. Yesterday, today, tomorrow... they’re just the tools we use.
  3. Thanks for the info Jon! Guess I’ll be heading down there soon!
  4. Hey Jon, where did you get your Panasonic cards from in Singapore?
  5. I guess you will have to use the open gate feature with the newly added 1:1 Video Guide Line display
  6. This is what I'm really happy about -[Anamorphic Desqueeze Display] was added, which lets you view an enlarged image in Cinescope size while recording with 2.0x and 1.33x Anamorphic lens. -[Video Guide Line] is added to display the image in a variety of aspects, such as 2.39:1, 2.35:1, 16:9, and 1:1 while recording video. This can be used not only in Anamorphic mode but also in other video recording modes.
  7. My crane just got in today. I was wondering if there is anyway to get the gimbal to recenter itself from the joystick?
×
×
  • Create New...