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I have been a a Nikon D200 CHAD for the past year and a half but due to shear boredom and the screen being absolute dogshit I impulsively bought a Fujifag XT-3 because random people on the internet told me it was good, what am I in for? what lens should I get?

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>>4336637
>went to niggon, had to cope and settle for a zf
Why'd you go to Nikon?
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>>4336643
What a piece of shit.
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>>4336660
Lenses
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>>4336662

I doesn't seem to be a common problem. A regular D2x with the latest firmware is nearly the same camera, but without this potential problem.
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>>4336637
>Fuji ergos are quite shit
>switch to a camera that copied the design with even worse ergos.

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fe2fucker recorded himself doing Stockholm-Gothenburg in 2 hours 9 minutes, and the cinematography was exquisite to add insult to injury. How will Sugar ever recover?
Short of doing a similar time from NJ to Boston via I-90 W and CT-15 S and managing to somehow top the imagery fe2fucker got, I don't see it happening.
This has been Sugar's ultimate defeat, he'll live under fe2fucker's shadow for all his life now.
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>>4335160

I have my tanker and hazmat endorsement and there is a ton of job opportunities there that pay bank, let me buy a house for a reasonable price and not have to have neighbors so I can hammer on power tools at 3am. NASA has an account with Airgas hauling hazmat in and out of the John Glenn Research Center and there is a bunch of steel mill hazmat shit I can get in on, make almost what I make now, not own equipment and be home on the weekend.

People sleeping on Ohio because of hypebeast shit on social media, but it is very affordable and if you get bored, there's shit to do not even a day trip away. The Air Force Museum in Dayton is pretty cool too I did the F22 sim and bagged a ton of bad guys on it lol
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>>4336796
>hypebeast shit on social media
?
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>>4336804

Everyone is moving to Florida, Utah or Arizona or Texas because of shit they saw online and FOMO
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>>4336914
"Everyone" has been moving to those states for over a decade you stupid communist fuck
Good job on just realizing this and trying to be counterculture by moving to a literal midwit shithole state (where you belong)
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>>4336796
wow, you're soooo awesome!

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Hi, I’ve been really into @wrapped.nil’s photos, he uses a lot of different techniques but somehow his longer exposure street photos have this energy and clarity that I can’t wrap my head around.
It’s like there are clear edges to all of the motion and as someone who’s shot quite a bit at 1/4, 1/8, I can’t say anything I’ve ever shot has looked like this. He’s been doing this for quite some time so it’s not ai, it seems like he largely tries to capture everything in camera from interviews. He’s using an x100v

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>>4336244
>>4336244
>>4336244
Yes I read that article but I don’t think it really explains what’s going on in most of his pics. I’ve seen plenty of longer exposure street photos and they typically look a lot messier, some of these almost look like pixel sorting because the lines are so sharp and it feels like it must be a mix of things. Definitely a slow shutter speed is part of the process but I’m unclear on how he makes them look like this https://www.instagram.com/p/Cuw91SGuVd4/?igsh=Z3JnMTZscmN1eG9i
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>>4336336
It looks to me he's panning with the slow shutterspeed to get it, but I haven't tried getting that look before.
I'd try some various things and go from there mang, good luck!
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>>4336003
Edited brainrot
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He’s also cooking the contrast saturation and black point, and giving it a nice chunky film grain. A lot of this is achievable with just long exposure panning and the raw edits.
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Looks like it’s sooc from any canon

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why
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>>4335848
>not little playstation toys for nerds to collect
Really?
So Leica users just own one body or two, if they record in both digital and film, at a time?
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Thoughts about the Nikon zf?
I really like the look of it, but the price is hefty.

I enjoy using my canon g5x ii but the limited dynamic range, bad low light and the none-weather sealage is a bit of a let down.
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Pretty bad rolling shutter, would not buy this camera.
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>>4336113
Nikon's best technology in nikon's worst design
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>>4336027
this vs samyang 20 1.8, what do ya think?

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>Mamiya RZ67 Professional
>Mamiya-Sekor Z 90mm
>Mamiya RZ67 Pro II Magazine (120)
>Extra magazine
>PD Prism Finder
>Original Mamiya camera strap
>Mamiya RZ67 Extension Tube 82mm (No. 2)
>polaroid back
>lens hood
How much would you pay for this given the gear is in good condition?

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>>4329956
>>4329936
Tell it to a mirror dadographer. You do not shoot for magnum. Your film will never be comped.

>>4330031
Japscrap users will never stop coping about zeiss and leica superiority
>but muh mtf chart!
Cosina voigtlander? More like iseea thirdworlder lol
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>>4330040
Lol I have no ideas what comped means. Try starting a business or shooting for brands (you never will, ever).
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>>4329905
both have their issues.
I know more about electronics rather than messing with clockwork mechanisms and machining new parts, but i'm sure i could learn if given enough time and money.

worst case, i'm sure I could work out the shutter/trigger mechanism of an RZ and drive it via an arduino or something (or re-use one of the many available Polaroid Land camera mods to base a new one from)

not the end of the world, but not ideal neither
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Significantly less than I'd be willing to purchase a Bronica SQ for.
I'd even go over budget for some dead contax just to feel the smooth operation over the Mamiya MF series'
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>>4333899
All the one-off, made-for switches, sensors, and actuators are both the most likely to fail and the hardest thing to replace.

The electronics basically rust or don't except for the caps

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Been selling digishitters to zoomers as a side hustle. Recently got a request to take photos with a Casio from 2005 because a potential buyer wanted to see how it looked.
Outside I went, took some photos of scenery, flowers and whatnot. Went inside, noticed that I had used a low quality setting, went outside again to redo it in high quality setting, sent the photos to the potential buyer, gets feedback the next day that the photos "were of a too high quality and didn't look vintage enough". So it made me wonder, perhaps I should have just sent the low quality photos right away and that would have generated a sale, but still.. How does a camera that didn't even get good reviews when it was new in 2005 look "too good?"
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Zoomer here. For me digishit camera is one in Nokia N8, good ccd sensor, not a good lens, really cheap and compact
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>>4336630
It is CMOS dumbass.
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>>4332585
What?
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>>4336773
Well, I checked the Imaging resource and it looks like you're right (i will give them more credibility than other websites).

But this further proves the point that JPEG encoding algorithms contribute more to the "Vintage look" than the actual sensor type.
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>>4335177
I got a couple of CCD digishits and early/mid00's cameras kicking around that I enjoy but yeah.
To the general point of the thread, a lot of point and shoot cameras were extremely capable, especially if they're ones like the OP, Casio, Fuji, Nikon and the MFT crowd all made a lot of extremely nice compacts of varying quality.
The real shit they're probably looking for if they're wanting vintage or garbage is shit like the cheap vivitar scamjobs that were around.

Anyway onto better pastures. Got a bit of a love for the old Sony DSC-P cameras, the Px2 stuff was a riot though they're gimped by memory stick duo. Those cameras really did some great work and only really had a great replacement in that zone when the K800i launched in mid '07. In 2003 those cameras were the fucking bomb, I gave that to me mum to replace her vivitar scam when I got my K800 then she got my K800 eventually too.
Love my Epson RD-1 too, always loved the body but the dials have been gone forever lmao and the 2GB card limit is becoming an issue.
Finally less in the compact zone and more for the boomer audience the Fuji S7000 was a wonderful camera in '04, this is what they gave out at college to get people to learn the exposure triangle, extremely capable fixed lens optical zoom cameras with a hotshoe and optical viewfinder, 35-210 and a blistering fast 800 ISO and RAW gods we ate good before they let us at film.

There's some wonderfully capable CCD stuff out there and yeah it won't look too vintage if you know how to take a photo. These styles of point and shoot are the shit they're looking for if they want some real raw pegs.

Confess your photography sins frens
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>>4336651
this is a sin?
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>>4333488
Sigma has a lot of copy variation and poor finishing issues. Some lenses are a lot softer than others, some lenses have way noisier autofocus, some lenses come decentered/tilted, some lenses come with more CA than the reviewer/pre-production units, etc

Same story with tamron. And ironically, sony first party lenses, so you're probably used to it.
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I like buying cameras and lenses more than I like taking pictures
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>>4332063
I have no interest in common forms of photography that supposedly impress other people.
I am not impressed by photographic pursuits that apparently are meant to impress other people.
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>>4336894
What do you like?

Just posting some of my pics, all taken with a game boy camera in the past month, feel free to join if you got game boy camera pics
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>>4336888
>>4336887
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>>4336884
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>>4336881
>>4336880
here is my proof

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Gonna be honest with you, woulda been a lot more interesting if you'd photographed them on a DMG, pocket or a regular GBC but you've gone and gearfagged to hell and back.
It's interesting but that's really where it ends, there'd be a tad more soul if part of the process was linked to parts that aren't reproduced and are only salvaged.
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>>4336943
>-or a regular GBC screen
*the old edit but fail to replace the word strikes again.

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Hey /p/ I have no idea what the fuck I'm doing I just have a lot of money and I bought a camera and some gear becuase I felt like it.

What did I do wrong /p/?
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>>4336766
R5 is a great body in general, did you buy used or all brand new?
>>4336775
What don't you like about it? It's a highly rated lens so curious what you dislike about it as I was thinking of snagging it as my smallest focal length is the cheapo rf50mm 1.8f.
>>4336782
>f18 1/13sec
but why
You're in defraction territory at that fstop which will make your image quality a lot worse(softer).
Dropping down to f4-f8 you'd be able to bump the shutterspeed significantly higher at the same iso.
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>>4336766
You did nothing wrong. Learn to use it and take some intredasting photos and show us.
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>>4336790
Not him but I’ll guess cause it was cheaper
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>>4336814
New w/ a DJI ronin gimbal.
>What don't you like about it?
It's not a prime lens and the aperture is small
>f18 1/13s
duly noted

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>>4336875
You went all out my guy, enjoy it, you'll not outgrow that body till it breaks so don't chase the gear.
In regards to the aperture side of things, yes the higher the aperture more of the DOF will be in focus, but there's diminishing returns.
F8/f10 is really as high as you want to push it, and F4 isn't that small of an aperture, won't be a low light monster, but it's still good, you can get creamy backgrounds even at f8/f9 if you space your distance between your subject and the distance to what's behind them.
Here's an example I took today of F8 at 400mm at almost minimum focus distance.
Before buying any other lenses, besides maybe a cheap rf50mm 1.8f, work on learning and understanding your existing kit.
Don't worry about getting the lowest shutter speed possible, both the r5 and the r6mkii(what I have) are still good up to 25,600 iso. Even though you have IBIS and IS in the lens, the blur from movement is apparent at low shutterspeeds unless you're on a tripod. 1/640 to 1/800 will work well and limit that a lot more.

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>be me
>spends 10k+ on camera gear the past 2 years
>turns my end game setup is a Pentax LX and the 35-70mm f/3.5-4.5
>a fucking $30 lens on a $300 body
>mfw
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>>4328228
Been there fren. I've owned a few flagship cameras and many different kinds of lenses. It was ultimately a 60 dollar Cannon 40d and a few lenses that made me happy.

Sometimes we have to go full circle to know where we should've been all along.

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>>4328415
>others like Foveon, I spent almost the entire two years with in some capacity.
Just out of curiosity what foveons did you use? I really like the somewhat ancient dp2 (not merrill, the compact one).
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>>4328805
Based.
Reminds me of the ISP tech that said "you must like computers" because I had several of them lying around.
I hate them; the best I can do is find the one that frustrates me the least.
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>>4336751
>It was ultimately a 60 dollar Cannon 40d and a few lenses that made me happy
Very cool.
Where'd you get yours and what lenses do you use?
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>>4336777
I bought it off MPB on somewhat of a whim. Brought it on a wildlife walk with me one day with low expectations. Ended up very impressed with what it could do.

Ended up getting rid of everything except for my 5d/40d and some of my cannon lenses. Right now I just have the EFS 10-18mm, 50mm f1.8, and my 400 f5.6 L that I use for birding and wildlife. Might get the 17-55mm f2.8 just to keep the 40d kit well rounded.

Next step is jpeg only and being happy with light edits.

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Besides the obvious like applying a film-preset (which looks terrible and not like film 100% of the time), messing with black levels and applying grain, what's missing for it to get the softness, colors and "feel" of film?
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>>4336530
I use presets, and it fits my needs, no need to delve further.
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>>4336519
So how do I learn to properly color grade?
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>>4336761
you don't, because the anon talking about color grading seems to think still photos is like video and has a similar workflow. he is very confused. He saw a guy talking about RGB values in a node based color correction software and thinks anyone not doing that isn't properly "color grading" (editing).
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>>4336761
he doesn't realize that still photos have a graded look as soon as the camera color profile is added to the RAW and that "color grading" is only necessary when you're editing LOG video shot in a different color space.
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For colour: You need to not clip the highlights and the digital solution of blending is not suitable for every style of photography and is tedious even with burst.
also >>4335909 has a bit of a point but is going too far into overwank territory that balancing is important and just about everyone doing scans themselves are failing on it: but so are the cheap machines dumping them out without multiple passes. Even getting acceptable scans out of a pakon is an exercise in misery.

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I'll wait.
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Nope, it was the other way around. The TTartisan has m42, while the NiSi has all the modern mirrorless mounts.
M42 is preferred obviously since adapters are cheap. Wonder if the lens is made at the same factory.. NiSi announced theirs earlier this year so it was a bit shocking to see the TTartisan one come to market first.
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>>4335351
Agreed.
>>4335353
M42 is nice for DSLR compatibility but adapters add a lot of length to mirrorless.
L39 with rf coupling would be nicer imo. Easily adapts to M mount as well as virtually any other mirrorless mount. Also works on old Leica screw mount cameras which are cheap as shit. I honestly feel like cheap modern Leica screw mount lenses are such an untapped market.
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Canon 50 1.8 STM

Rikenon 55/1.4

Canon EOS 28-70 f3.5-4.5
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How long do I have to wait for your cope response bruv.
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razor sharp and beautiful character.

>Why does almost every photographer feel the need to edit their photos in photoshop?
>Why are edited the photos the default now in every facet of life?

I do not understand this, 5k cameras that are supposedly the best ever and yet the pics get such heavy editing in various softwares.

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>>4336579
To fulfill a vision
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>>4336579
>don't be a talentless button-presser
>He said, as he pressed the buttons on his keyboard to express the sentiment
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>>4336506
Camera uses ASICs so it might give same result.
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>>4336784
I used the pencil of my drawing tablet, retard
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I have no idea OP. Most snapshits look fine enough out of the camera using the presets for the lighting conditions for me. Very rarely do i feel the need to drag sliders in software.

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do you guys even like photographing?

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How the FUCK is this garbage still the "industry standard" in the year of our lord 2024? Screw mount lenses were abandoned decades ago because everybody agrees it's fucking shit. And why do I have to buy a new set of filters for every goddamn lens because this one is 67mm and that one is 72mm and the other one is 77mm? Do lens manufacturers get some sick pleasure from watching us cross thread it 3 times on each filter change?
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>>4333919
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>>4332653
>cross thread it 3 times on each filter change
you're a fucking retard
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>>4332653
When it cross threads just push hard on the filter so it jumps a few more threads like when your too tired to deal with the milk bottles bullshit.
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>>4333919
>please reply YES=new product, NO=refund
>"Yes new product please"
based retard
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>>4332654
Fpbp

>>4333919
Should have went through dispute and have Aliexpress fuck the seller.


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