Eden wrote:Pretty keen on the cranes mate
and really like the silhouette of that building
Eden wrote:might need to run a aps-c sensor swab over the new sony
Eden wrote:My bad!
I disnt realise that your sony was a 42 mp full frame.
Strewth that is a lot of camera they have squeezed into it.
Eden wrote:What is the idea of a backlit sensor?
Eden wrote:Also is the 78% coverage in the viewfinder noticable for you while shooting/framing the shot?
Eden wrote:And lastly, is there enough grip so that you are not accidentaly changing button or screen settings on occasion?
Eden wrote:I can understand why you have been out and about stalking glass for it.
Eden wrote:I assume you will keep the IR canon but rid yourself of the rest
Doug wrote:I like the last one the most.
The seat and the cranes are such strong parts of the image they feel like they could be two separate images.
I can't find a way to tie the two together, but that adds to the intrigue.
Eden wrote:While reading the article my brain went of on another tangent....
Would it be possible to easilly design a camera with a movable sensor that will go in and out left and right up and down and also move each corner in or out individually.
So as to negate the need for a tilt/shift lens and allowing tilt/shift to be varied with any lens that is on the camera?
No doubt it would work best with a mirorless
(That would also enable an eos camera to wind the sensor forward and use glassless FD adapters and to adjust infinity focus on some retro lens setups or adapters of varying thicknesses)
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