Re: [DMCForum] gone digital (finally)
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Re: [DMCForum] gone digital (finally)



I use a 3.2 mega pixel fuji finepix 3800, i have it set at the highest
resolution and when i go and get the pictures printed out they look as
good as my old expensive 35mm camera.

  I have some posted here under the name "snextime" if you would like to
see them. http://groups.msn.com/DMCPhotos/pictures also feel free to
join the site i have and use the site to host you pictures for whatever
you would like, it does not need to be Delorean related.

Mark V




On Saturday, May 29, 2004, at 03:29  PM, Andrew wrote:

> On Sat, 29 May 2004, Walter Coe wrote:
>
>> Is 6.1 megapixels a reasonable resolution?
>
> As others have pointed out, 6 Mpixel is the top end of consumer
> equipment.
> It's more than enough.
>
> However, Mpixels aren't the only important thing.  It's the one feature
> the camera manufacturers like to tout (let's compare it to, say, 0-60
> time) because consumers can easily weigh a simple number like that. 
> In my
> opinion, CCD and lens quality contribute far more to picture quality
> than
> does the number of pixels.
>
> You obviously know your lens quality, since you're using your existing
> Nikon lenses.  If you're happy with the lenses on your F4, you'll be
> happy
> with them on the D70.
>
> CCD quality is a big factor, too.  You've selected a camera with a
> really
> good CCD, so I'm sure you'll be happy with it.  One quicky way to judge
> quantitatively how good a CCD is is to study extreme contrast spots in
> your pictures, like reflections of the sun off metal surfaces.  Every
> CCD
> made will, to one degree or another, create a purple bleed off the
> reflection.  How small this bleed is depends on how good your CCD is.
> Good CCDs will generate bleeds small enough that they don't show at all
> unless you digitally zoom way in on the picture.  Bad ones will
> generate
> bleeds large enough to see without altering picture size.
>
> The D70 is a great camera.  It's one of the few digitals out there
> that I
> believe manages not to look like a digital camera in its output.  I'm a
> purist, so I'll still say "it's not film, so it's not as good", but the
> nice Nikon digital cameras come the closest to looking like film of any
> sub-$20K setup I've seen.
>
>> The thing is a feather compared to the F4 brick I'm used to.
>
> You have spoiled yourself.  The F4 is of course one of the best 35mm
> SLRs
> ever made.  While the D70 will outperform almost every camera the
> average
> consumer owns, don't expect it to satisfy you more than your F4 in all
> regards.  It's certainly lighter, more convenient, and has some more
> modern features, but I expect you will find that when used properly,
> your
> F4 produces superior pictures.  In most situations, however, the
> difference in quality will be more than offset by the added
> convenience of
> the digital.
>
> Good choice on the D70.  I think you'll end up being very happy with
> it.
> Since you're someone who owns a serious SLR, I'm glad to see you didn't
> settle for a digital that isn't.
>
> -andrew
>
>
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> Yahoo! Groups Links
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