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Is there such thing as “the right gear will get you going”? I have a Nikon D90 that i almost never used. Recently i bumped into /p/ and got obsessed with photography again, i’ve been browsing a lot of great photos and cool gears, fantasizing about going places with my dream camera, while NOT using my D90 to go out taking pictures. Recently i found moral justification that “my camera is too big, and i want smaller mirrorless”. My DSLR just doesn’t make me want to hold it and go out. A lot of cameras makes me want to buy them and hold them and go outside taking pictures but is there such thing as “the right camera will actually get you really shooting”? Or is this just another consumerism? I really like G85 and GX85, will i actually go somewhere to take pictures if i buy one of them?
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>>3204374
It's pretty goddamn obvious, man.
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>>3204282
>afraid to go out alone
1. Why?
2. Have you tried being drunk?
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>>3204374
Sounds like depression & anxiety, seek help, or move
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>>3204374
don't use drugs. spend your money in gear.
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>>3204282
>Mostly because i’m afraid of what people would think of me going out alone.
Are you a woman in a Muslim country?

If not, no one will think anything at all about you going out alone. Going places alone is a thing humans do pretty regularly.

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>guy buys a Sony camera
>camera dies one day due to a design flaw
>he sends it to Sony to get it fixed
>they send it to a chop-shop that uses every trick possible so they don't have to fix it
>they don't even open it and just send it back and claim some bullshit
>guy complains to Sony again
>Sony sends labels for the slowest mail possible
>same bullshit """repair""" center gets it again and they claim another bullshit reason to weasel out of an expensive repair/replacement
>guy has to make a video and only after the video gets some traction, Sony decides to do something about it

This is why people who buy SONY are the biggest suckers in the world.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8V5dyFJzV8g
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>>3204352
I've older cybershot, and I can confirm boot time. It is at least four seconds. Everything else except cross and circular dial still works though. That one is giving me problems. It all still kinda work, but it's as if it can get stuck in one direction from time to time, making menu navigation a nightmare.
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>>3204492
>Buying a T1.5 f/1.2 instead of a T1.4 f/1.4
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>>3204492
Niggor, ples.

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>>3204524
Fairly sure that's a rangefinder lens.

And also soft as fuck.
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>>3204524
>>3204492
>>3204555
NIGGA PLEASE

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Why shouldn't I buy a zs100?
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>>3202438
>>3202437
My bad

http://camerasize.com/compact/#647,656.89,683.426,da,t
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>>3202670
>You are dumb
It depends on whether or not his interest in the ZS100 is heavily reliant on its zoom range. If he wants a compact camera with good image quality, the mirrorless with a prime pancake will give better image quality. If he wants a compact with a long zoom range and is willing to sacrifice image quality for that, then yeah, the ZS100 is the way to go.

I was upfront in my size response that the "not that much smaller" was with the caveat of using a pancake lens. It's not like I don't realize that a larger zoom range lens is going to make the whole thing a lot bigger, it's just not something that I personally prioritize and so the possibility exists that the Op doesn't prioritize that either.
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>>3202395
because lx10 exist. f1.4-2.8.
why do you need 250mm in a compact for?
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>>3202395
if this had a tilt screen it would be perfect for my needs
>compact body w/ 1" sensor
>150mm+ zoom
>optical stabilization
>high quality video (4k not mandatory)
>decent low light
>tilt screen
anyone know a camera that fits these criteria? sony rx100 has it all but the long zoom range
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>>3204335
I didn't even know this existed. If it had an EVF I would have bought it that moment.

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X Pro 2 vs XT2?
I can cop the XPro 2 + 35mm f2 or the XT2 + 18-55, both used at a similar price

Wut do?

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>>3204428
Don't bully plz, he might kill himself.
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>>3204427
My x-t2 is much more enjoyable than my old a7r. Ergo of Fuji is in a different league, the evf works much better and everything is so quick and easy.

It took forever to adjust any settings on my sony as the menus and dials are absolutely all out of place as I constantly wander between the fn buttons, menus and dials. And editing the xboxhuge raws that take half an hour to load was an absolute joke which definitely caused me to sell just a couple of months after getting it. And forking out $2000 for a decent lens that is the size of an elephant was painful.
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>>3204427
My Nikon COOLPIX W100 is much more enjoyable than my old sony a7Riii. Ergo of Nikon is in a different league, integrated flash works much better and everything is so quick and easy. It's even waterproofed to 10 meters depth, sony would shit its pants and die just by going closer than 10 meters to any open water.

I was forever having to go through the retarded menus and unmarked dials are a fucking nightmare that get knocked around and every half hour I look through the evf at pure white or black. And editing the raws was an absolute joke which definitely caused me to sell just a couple of months after getting it. And forking out $5000 for some of the worst lenses I've ever used was painful.
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>>3204427
>>3204457

I shoot with a A7Rii I love it, I owned fuji's loved them as well.. I ended up selling the fuji gear because i couldn't justify the price point for the glass and body's anymore on a crop system. invested the money back into sony glass.. for me i'm a lot more happy knowing I have a FF system with a pretty much future proof mount.. Both systems are great I even picked up a X100F just to have the fuji thing again.. But in all honesty investing that kinda money into a crop system seems pretty retarded. X100 line is where Fuji shines.
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Just to mess around with. I was thinking about getting a Voigtlander lens for digital use but if you look at the bodies you can get attached to them, they seem worth picking up.

Bessa R: $150 after lens value
Bessa R3M: $450 after lens value

Am I crazy to consider spending more, even though the R3M seems like a much better deal/buy/value? I don't want to tie up the cost of a cheap car in a Leica to sit on the shelf, but if I can change my mind later and resell a film body and keep the lens I wanted in the first place this doesn't seem like a bad idea.

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Which one is more A E S T H E T I C (or just less shit) left or right?
Right is the original

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>>3198047
Kinda reminds me of thr results I got while messing around with Prisma. Anyway, I prefer right because of warmer tones
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>>3198049
What if you correct the white balance of the right one?
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The left on. It has the pastel colors of A E S T H E T I C, whereas the one on the right is a good photo, even what it would have actually looked like in the 80s.

Also, [spoiler]fuck vaporwave[/spoiler]
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>>3198140
oh you, marvelous bastard!!!!!
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>>3198047
It's not about "more" aesthetic, there's no such thing. It's about the aesthetic you WANT.

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thoughts on this shot? i put a pair of plastic colored sunglasses over the flash to get that orange streak, was pleased with the results

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>>3202256
I like this a lot. It looks a lot like a snoot with a color gel. You've inspired me, OP.
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>>3202256
I don't know if the orange really adds anything to the shot.

Also, your subject appears to be halfway through a blink and has a derpy expression on his face.

Composition appears to be "Point camera with subject dead center in frame, click"
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>>3202556
>You've inspired me, OP.
me too. next time i shoot nudes with my gf ill gel the fuck out of everything
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>>3202587
Apart from the rest of the picture where the tips of the roofs lay etc. I think it composition is interesting personally.
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>>3202590
>>>>>
LMAO

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Polarizing issue I'm sure. I'm choosing one of these now I think because I cannot find a small interchangeable-lens camera that I like, and considering this is going to be used for hiking and vacation, I need a small (and importantly FLAT) camera that I can put in a jacket pocket and not around my neck like a dork.

The Fuji is a little newer and the lack of GR III release worries me (like it will come out right after I buy GR II).

The Fuji also looks better made, nicer to handle. That being said, I returned a Fuji recently because the dials seemed frivolous. Example: if you want to shoot at 1/800, you need to choose 1/640 on the dial, then roll up to 1/800. Want to switch to 1/1000? You can't just roll the wheel to 1/1000, you need to go back to the dial. Etc. So is it just flashy shit?

I'm not sure the GR II's thin-ness and shutter cover matter when so many people complain about dust - like I wonder if I'd be tempted to keep it in a little bag or baby it or something.

For a camera like this, I am 100% not going to use Lightroom etc. "Fuji colors" out of camera is a thing but Ricoh colors look better to me in examples. And I admit I thought the Fuji on camera editing was a cool idea until I saw how there is NO preview of what you're doing - Ricoh on camera RAW to JPG actually has sliders and looks like a neat way to fix a shadow before sending to someone via phone.

Anyway the GR II seems more well regarded, especially here.

Pretend like the $100 cost difference doesn't matter.

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>>3203306
Nikon was first and the Nikon is more "professional" than the GR, which at the same time is the problem with the Nikon, slapping DSLR handling on a compact.
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>>3204179
Stand sharpening causes halo's in the SOOC JPEG's.
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https://www.mobile01.com/newsdetail/13633/apsc-digital-cameras-competition
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>>3204395
You're a fucking retard.
Ricoh has been making a GR in some form or another for 20 years.
They announced the Coolpix A a month after Ricoh came out with the APSC GR.
>the Nikon is more "professional" than the GR
confirmed for never touching one.
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>>3204435
The Coolpix A was launched a month earlier than the GR APS-C. The launch of the GR K.O-ed the A as the GR was close to half the price/300$ cheaper.

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Inherited 5 Leica-M lenses from my grandfather. I already have a Nikon D800E and im pretty happy with the quality although is pretty "old" in today's consumerism rate. I'm considering moving to Leica-M system due to the lenses and also the weight and mobility. The DSLR is a pain in the ass carrying around compared to a smaller camera such as a Leica.
So, I was looking at an M10, SL system, and also a Monochrome which I read should be ultrasharp and really tolerant to noise. I'm shooting color but have converted more and more to b/w and would not mind shooting all bw.

ANYWAY, my question is, if I compare these cameras (picture) I fail seeing any advantage (except less noise) to the leicas compared to the D800E, am I looking at it correct?

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>>3201866
also, the leica is mirrorless, so you can usually use one stop slower shutter speed as theres no flapping mirror giving your camera the shakes
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M mount lenses are super easy to adapt to any mirrorless really so you don’t have to get a Leica necessarily. Are you sure a rangefinder body would fit your shooting style?

I personally know a few people who’ve gotten a rangefinder because they’ve just bought into the hype, and then end up selling it soon after because they can’t deal with the focusing, lack of close focus and parallax error. Especially people who shoot mostly portraits.
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>>3201844
>Get a Sony
>>3202119
>Or maybe just a Sony

poorfag jealously is just plain pathetic mate
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>>3202268
Leica excels at street photography and photojournalism.
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>>3201819
Leica lenses do not work well with a7 series cameras due to the 2mm thick glass in front of the sensor. Fuck the sonyshills, get a leica.

What is your favorite portrait lens for a Canon

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>>3204325
Sigma 35mm Art
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Any Nikkor nifty fifty if I'm outside
35mm if I'm doing a shoot
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O T U S
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EF 85mm f/1.8 on full frame.

EF 50mm f/1.4 on crop.

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Is it just a rumor or what?

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>>3203847
ty breh
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>>3203631
God, Lumix is such a beautiful looking camera
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>>3204376
Looks kinda like Pentax entry level design
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>>3204385
No not in that sense. Lumix just looks premium and elegant. Pentax is worse than Nikon
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>>3204391
t. gearfaggot

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I'm pretty cheap so I usually shop around for camera gear online to find the best deal possible. I'll then check with my local camera shop and if their prices are reasonable I buy from them to support local business.

For instance today they just so happened to have a Canon EF-S 24mm STM f/2.8 for $129.99 which is basically the same as everywhere else right now so I bought it there.

Do you guys even bother with actual camera shops? Is it even worth it?
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>>3197297
I shop internationally. It's costs about same to fly from Europe to Japan and buying the camera there (depends how expensive and how much you buy). Like a used D800 would be body only here about 1000€, but in Japan I could get the body with battery grip and a high quality lens for that same money. Even the memory cards are like 25-50% off. I'm just disappointed of local markets and buying used from people. Only thing that comes close in price is a pawn shop auction (got a lens for 1€ cheaper than abroad!). There is one local shop about 1 mile away but I have never been inside it.
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>>3197297
>Do you buy local or shop online?
Both. I buy my gear online - from a local camera shop. I simply don't have the time to go there every time I need something so I order it online from their site.
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>>3197772
What is B&H Photo Video

it is a good store
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I got quoted for $7-$10 for a single scan at my local camera store. My scanner wasn't working at the time.

Felt stupid, embarrassing, and awkward.
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>>3203537
so many fucking kippahs

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Have you ever had a off meeting of taking a picture with online board member?
How was it?
What did you learn from that?
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Remember, eat the brownies. It's polite.
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I know i'm going to get trolled for this but fuck it

Alex came down to Florida for I believe a wedding or something and we hung out for a day, was a breddy cool dude. Weather sucked dick and the sky was overcast most of the day but I did talk him into doing some wading in the swamp. He got a Florida history lesson and we did Osteen Diner in the north part of the state.

10/10 would hangs again.
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Are there any /p/ trips from Aus?
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>>3204147
There's nothing to photograph in Aus, only dingos and wankers
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showoff party or dads funs group..

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Anyone else noticed that there's a lot of Canon promotion in anime this season? I watch 3 shows this season and two that are set in present, have Canon gear in them.

Anyone else noticed Canon ads in anime?
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You know what would be a great way to promote their products?

Good fucking customer care. That would be good.
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>>3204188
and a real product upgrades, and quality
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>>3204192
gotta keep that cfast platform alive for as long as possible
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>>3204188

They have the best customer service in the industry.
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>>3203926

maybe you go out of your way to watch shitty and juvenile slice of life cartoons that feature Canon products

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post your portraits on street

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Amazing shot.

New guy into /p/, a lot of people have been recommending the Ricoh GR II for street photography, just want to get some more ideas and thoughts before I pull the trigger.
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well its an olympus epl6 with zuiko 1.8 45mm
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Nothing wrong with the GR II as I have one and love it, but that first shot isn't happening with it and I'm okay with that. Beautiful B&W processing mate.
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>>3204234
I've owned a Richo GRii one thing I can tell you is everything that comes out of it has a almost over sharpened look to it.. It wasn't bad I ended up selling mine for a X100F because I missed having a viewfinder.. My main camera is a A7ii lately i've just been shooting street with that and the tiny 35 2.8 in my option it's the best in terms of image quality of the three. but the X100F is definitely better for street then the A7ii

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>>3204189
doesn't look good
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>>3204189
Your white balance is fucked
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