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Wow, this one <b>is</b> sharp. From the MTF graphs on the Canon site I always...
- 2012-04-24T20:46:29+0000 - Updated: 2012-04-24T20:46:29+0000
Wow, this one is sharp. From the MTF graphs on the Canon site I always thought it to be optically identical to the non-l, black version, but obviously it is not. I really would like to see the black and white versions compared in a similar way, and Nikkor 70-300 thrown in for good measure.

Canon 70-300 f4-5.6 L IS Review (Vs. 70-200 f4 L IS)

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The reviews of the camera itself seem to be positive, and it does seem to be ...
- 2012-04-24T09:58:37+0000 - Updated: 2012-04-24T09:58:37+0000
The reviews of the camera itself seem to be positive, and it does seem to be very interesting for in-the-grass macro work. I am not very excited about its kit lens, though. It looks like a dark and dull piece of glass, very much unlike the Zuiko 14-54mm f/2.8-3.5 I used to have on the E-1, which was bright and sharp. I guess I'll just sit on a fence and weigh my options for a while; buying an electronic viewfinder and a wideangle lens for my E-PL1 might be a better way to spend money.

Olympus' best shot yet: First days with the OM-D

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- 2012-04-22T16:20:18+0000 - Updated: 2012-04-22T16:20:18+0000
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- 2012-04-22T15:56:55+0000 - Updated: 2012-04-22T15:56:55+0000
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- 2012-04-22T16:02:48+0000 - Updated: 2012-04-22T16:02:48+0000
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This is actually interesting to me because my wife is having a difficult expe...
- 2012-04-17T14:07:01+0000 - Updated: 2012-04-17T14:07:01+0000
This is actually interesting to me because my wife is having a difficult experience with HTC wildfire which is slow and too tiny, and while this might be an overkill it's still worth considering. Eventually I'll probably get her a white 4s. :)
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The car itself is way cool; however: what happens to the battery if temperatu...
- 2012-04-17T13:51:01+0000 - Updated: 2012-04-17T14:07:53+0000
The car itself is way cool; however: what happens to the battery if temperature falls deeply below zero, as they did this winter in Europe? I'm talking about -16°C temperatures. My expectation would gravitate toward catastrophic failure of the battery after one such night, and the battery is probably the most expensive part of the vehicle. Until this is resolved, for instance by building the heaters into the battery that would keep its temperature from dropping to damaging levels, I wouldn't really be inclined to buy an electric car. It's no California where I live. The winter temperatures in continental Europe are no joke, and if you leave your cell phone with a Li-Ion battery in your car overnight, its capacity is going to be irreversibly reduced.
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- 2012-04-17T14:09:52+0000
Li-ion batteries can go down to -60°C and still operate OK but with sometimes reduced output.
Actually at lower temperatures the self discharge rate is much lower
- 2012-04-17T14:18:54+0000
This is completely contrary to my experience, as both my wife and I suffered permanent damage to cellphone Li-Ion battery packs that were left in the car overnight at seriously low temperatures, and I can remember hearing similar stories about camera battery packs. This might all be wrong and a mere coincidence, but it still worries me and I would need some serious reassurance regarding this, for instance a Mythbusters episode. :)
- 2012-04-17T14:34:06+0000
Ah; I didn't mean all batteries sorry.
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Tried it twice on my TN matrix laptop; 7 on first attempt, 4 on second.
- 2012-04-14T18:15:39+0000 - Updated: 2012-04-14T18:15:39+0000
Tried it twice on my TN matrix laptop; 7 on first attempt, 4 on second.
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- 2012-04-14T18:19:53+0000
Tried it twice on my TN matrix laptop; 7 on first attempt, 4 on second.




This is great and all, but what I&#39;d be interested in is something like Ni...
- 2012-04-14T20:09:19+0000 - Updated: 2012-04-14T20:09:19+0000
This is great and all, but what I'd be interested in is something like Nikon D800, a high resolution landscape camera.

Making sense of Canon's 4K cameras with EOSHD: Digital Photography Review

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This is an interesting technological experiment. If I ignore the retro look, ...
- 2012-04-14T18:09:37+0000 - Updated: 2012-04-14T18:09:37+0000
This is an interesting technological experiment. If I ignore the retro look, you still get a very capable camera that takes very little space (great for travel) and takes pictures of very high quality. However, ergonomically speaking I'm not convinced by electronic viewfinders. I am yet to see one that never twitches and works in extreme cases of macro photography, when everything moves rapidly and mostly out of focus and you need to judge just the right moment to press the shutter, without any delay. Also, it's way too much money for me to invest in a backup system. E-PL1 was excellent value, if I can learn to live with its crappy controls and twitchy display, but everytime it works poorly I remember how little I paid for it and I start smiling. This, I'm not sure. I can get a second hand 5d body for this price, and that ain't much of a choice, is it?

Olympus OM-D review: Resolution

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