For all of the massive technological advances that we've seen over the last few years, there are still a number of dinosaurs from a bygone era that -- rather unfortunately -- just won't die. JPEG is one of the most prominent examples: It was created more than 20 years ago, and yet its antiquated, bloated, blocky algorithm still dominates the web. Now, however, there's a replacement in town -- it's called BPG, and it's awesome.
El mes pasado empezó a rumorearse que Pentax preparaba una nueva versión de su 645D, lanzada originalmente al mercado a mediados de 2010. Esa información, más o menos confirmada por algunos ejecutivos de la marca, se ha convertido ahora en una realidad. Por el momento la nueva cámara no tiene un nombre propio y se la está llamando también Pentax 645D, pero con la coletilla 2014 para diferenciarla del modelo original. Estamos ante una cámara réflex de formato medio que llegará al mercado esta primavera. Esta nueva generación de la Pentax 645D contará con un nuevo sensor CMOS de super …
For professionals reading this blog, the importance of lenses is old hat. However, for casual users who are considering getting their first DSLR, they might not understand just how vital having the right lenses is for shooting.
review: comparing various light modifiers for on-camera flash Many of the tutorials and articles on the Tangents blog deals with getting the best from your on-camera flash. My approach has always been one of - what technique would give me the best light? Of course, there are so many different scenarios we could find ourselves in -…
In this post we review the Nikon 58mm f1.4G. Read more at The Phoblographer.
alvaro gonzalez novoa's insight:
Pros and ConsProsSimple ergonomics.Low weight and easy to carry around.Fantastic perspective for portraits.ConsFat and really big on cameras like the D5100 and the Nikon Df.Hunts for focus in low light at smaller apertures.
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