Olympus E-M10 II, Canon 35mm f1.4 II, and more. DSLR FILM NOOB Podcast Ep 48

Olympus E-M10 II, Canon 35mm f1.4 II, and more. DSLR FILM NOOB Podcast Ep 48

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  1. Re- photoshop V filters.
    Why not shoot on film?
    They invented that tool for a reason….
    Why use modern digital thingo…

    You don't need to emulate film

    PS I've tripled your comments and increased your likes by 10%…. but is it worth it?

  2. Vignettes – you got me started.
    People will refuse to buy a lense because it vignettes 1/3 of a stop.
    Then they'll take 90% of their shots and throw on a vignette.

    Re the professor and skylight filters for protection – he's got a class of students some of whom are dumb.
    They scratch a lens then sue the school because they did not advise them about filters to protect the lens…
    I don't use them, but I can see why a professor in your most litigious country might recoment that.

  3. Small Rig (whose gear ROCKS!!) make a wooden handle for 15mm rod cages like the Versa and Easy cages.

  4. +onelonedork you messed that up I think.
    The EM-10 II has 5 axis stabilisation according to DPR (and the Oly website_ – you need to cross check reports when cameras are early in the release cycle because different sources often screw it up.
    Please , don't be another lazy reporter, cross-check your sources – and maybe check the manufacturer's site…..

    The numbering with the MKII is a necessary thing.
    You bascially have 2 choices with numerical model naming 1) iterate the model number a la NIkon, D5000, D5100, D5200 etc or 2)you keep the model number constant and iterate the Mk number a la Canon, Olympus.

    The problem with the NIkon system is that you'll get collissions.

    E.g. The D5000 becomes the D6000, then the D7000 and boom! There is already D7000.
    NIkon is betting that the D…. naming won't last more than 20 years or so.

    Plus the Canon system allows you to clearly understand where a model fits into the line.

    The naming is not confusing you just arent familiar with it.

  5. yea, when it comes to "if this doesn't work my expensive equipment will break" I don't mind spending extra money.

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