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From: Rich on 25 Feb 2010 20:59
"Pete Stavrakoglou" <ntotrr(a)optonline.net> wrote in
> It's no secret that they are not good high-ISO cameras. That's where
> the development has to be improved. The sensor development is still
> in its infancy, there's a long way to go.
On the bright side, fine art photo mags all seem to like the Sigma for
black and white shooting.
From: Chris Malcolm on 25 Feb 2010 21:11
Robert Spanjaard <spamtrap(a)arumes.com> wrote:
> On Thu, 25 Feb 2010 16:53:50 -0500, nospam wrote:
>> In article <d0880$4b86f110$546accd9$28086(a)cache80.multikabel.net>,
>> Robert Spanjaard <spamtrap(a)arumes.com> wrote:
>>> You completely misinterpreted their text, making your response as
>>> worthless as everything else you post.
>> so why don't you explain what they meant? or are your statements empty?
> I will if it's requested by someone who is worth the trouble. But those
> people are probably smart enough to manage without such an explanation.
There must be a reason why you spend all your time talking to people
who aren't worth talking to. Won't the others listen to you?
From: Alfred Molon on 26 Feb 2010 02:02
In article <250220101619430450%nospam(a)nospam.invalid>,
> and the eye can't see it, so it makes *no* difference if it's captured
> or not.
The human eye can see any detail if properly enlarged.
Olympus E-series DSLRs and micro 4/3 forum at
http://myolympus.org/ photo sharing site
From: David J Taylor on 26 Feb 2010 03:44
"Rich" <none(a)nowhere.com> wrote in message
> On the bright side, fine art photo mags all seem to like the Sigma for
> black and white shooting.
From: David J Taylor on 26 Feb 2010 03:45
"Alfred Molon" <alfred_molon(a)yahoo.com> wrote in message
> In article <250220101619430450%nospam(a)nospam.invalid>,
> nospam(a)nospam.invalid says...
>> and the eye can't see it, so it makes *no* difference if it's captured
>> or not.
> The human eye can see any detail if properly enlarged.
> Alfred Molon
So do you want a camera to produce images, or one for pixel peeping?