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Remo 55

Reviews of cameras, lenses, tripods, heads and other accessories written by Remo 55

Microsoft Translator  The following opinions have been automatically translated with Microsoft Translator.

canon_eos_rCanon EOS R

Pros: Autofocus, display, high ISO noise, good light measurement great 4k videos

Cons: only 30 Mpx, crop on 4k video, multi-function bar operated with the face (to be disabled)

Opinion: Since I bought it as the second body of the flagship 5dsr and with this I compared it in the use. I'd say the 5dsr loses on almost every front. First of all on the autofocus that on 5Drs is really random in the sense that it focuses on what it wants and almost never the subject you want to photograph; face detection is painful. On the EOS R it is the autofocus that makes the difference especially in the portraits and the hold at the high ISO is considerably better. Then it does not suffer from focus problems with Canon targets as well as Sigma and Tamron. The 5dsr I now use it only for landscapes with short focal (type 16-35 f4 Canon) where you make good use of the density of pixels and the possibility of Crop. The EOS R is better in everything, especially for full-opening portraits in the presence of low lights. The electronic viewfinder is great, but it can still improve. The touch screen is well sensitive to controls and has excellent resolution. Looking ahead, I think SLRs have no future and full frame mirrorless have a bright future ahead. I hope that the future 80 Mpx EOS R works well at high iso The multif-anointing bar is a problem because it activates on its own with the heat of the face when you support the eyefinder and change the parameters of the photo without you noticing. To deactivate now. except on some like: density of pixels and therefore possibility of crop, resistance.

sent on October 29, 2019

canon_16-35_f4isCanon EF 16-35mm f/4L IS USM

Pros: Sharpness and colors at the top, only the Sigmas fixed art make better but only a nap and F4 on Canon 5DSR, thanks to the possibility of crop becomes practically a 16-50 autofocus precise

Cons: I would say nothing except accept some distortion to 16mm, which for already at 18 is negligible.

Opinion: Fantastic Zoom for landscapes, street and portraits set. Colors and sharpness at the height of the 50 megapixels of 5DSR. With a fantastic class polarizer for sea and water. Same diameter filters of the 70-200 F 2.8 II is and of the 50 Art, which is comfortable. It has become the standard zoom of my kit together with the 50 art and the 135 art. The Tamron 24-70 doesn't use it anymore because, although excellent optics, at 24 it distorts too much in comparison to the Canon 16-35 F4 which in the intermediate range of its non-distortion ranges.

sent on June 10, 2018

sigma_135_f1-8artSigma 135mm f/1.8 DG HSM Art

Pros: Sharpness already at 1.8, bokeh and differentiation of floors, colors, construction, focus

Cons: The focal length requires distance and therefore is for use in open spaces, except for very first floors

Opinion: The best lens I have, a hair better than 50 art, but has a focal length more flexible.rnVery clear already at 1.8 with the 5DSR, with which it pairs very well with perfect focus even at full aperture.rnA f2 and f2.8 the sharpness is at the top even at the edges.rnIn the portraits even full figure the subject is detached from the background with a beautiful effect.rnRobust and not too cumbersome even if pesa.rnA focal length I find the 135 ideal for portraits and coupled with the 5 DSR makes it almost useless the 70-200 IS II, which I use only for gusts on moving subjects that with the zoom I can keep within the frame.rnCon the 135 we must move more than with the 70- 200 II, however, the sharpness and precision of focusing especially at large openings is much greater.rnThis I also noticed with 50 art.rnWith the very bright and well made fixtures of the Art series the focus is also accurate to all opening, perhaps merit of the couple with the focusing sensors of the 5DSR.rnOra for travel portor only 50 and 135 art in addition to the Canon 16-35 f4 L, great for landscapes and streets

sent on February 04, 2018

sigma_50_f1-4artSigma 50mm f/1.4 DG HSM Art

Pros: With the 5 DRS it's a super-sharp and perfect focus, except for very rare cases that Canon is wrong with. With close-ups very impressive at maximum aperturarn. With the 5DSR you can chromate much while maintaining sharpness and absolute detail and then do without Of a zoomrn

Cons: No more lenses are needed, except for wide-angle or wide-angle zoom

Opinion: You can not appreciate the Canon 5DSR if you do not use sharpness and aperture equal to the Sigma 50 Art.rnI think that with 85 and even more with 135 is the same but with the 50 you make portraits set and cropping you " Mima a 85 "keeping the sharpness.rnFor 135 Art can be a good companion for the first floor.rnThe 70-200 2.8 II looks like a toy comparison as well as all the other lenses.rn I'll find a wide-angle or wide-angle zoom at height Even though in my kit the only objective that does not fade completely, although the class difference is evident, is the 24-70 VC 2.8 Tamron.rn From happiness.rnThe focus is perfect on my canon, much better as precision And constancy of all the other goals I have

sent on August 28, 2017

canon_5ds_rCanon 5Ds R

Pros: Compared to 5 Classic you will see all 10 years of age difference. This, not so much for so many more features, but mainly for the image quality in every sense, clarity, color, noise other ISO.rnRispetto to 650 d ............ well, I would say it has the disadvantage that not you will never usare.rnIn the absolute value of the many megapixels is undoubtedly the greatest freedom to crop while maintaining a very good detail and nitidezza.rnInoltre renews your lenses, in the sense that both improves features even those not TOP, to make them accettabili.rnSe probably true that only a few lenses can make the most of the MPX 50, it is also true that brings out the best from lenses like the Canon 50 1.4, that the 5D Classic .. .insomma rnGrande thing .... 3 custom programs that can prepare you to be ready for different situations typical shooting. rnIl noise at high ISO will definitely greater than other machines but all is more than acceptable. Up to 3200 there is almost no problem. In 6400 it Depends on my mood, over no.rnHo also realized that with a very fast lens (1.2-1.4) you get much more and better than pushing the ISO beyond 3200.rnrnrn

Cons: A fault, but because I am poor, I find the autofocus, when you leave him to decide on what points to focus, often wrong. Better to work with central or with the group of central and ricomporre.rn

Opinion: Overall I'm glad I bought it and it seems to me that there is a chasm with the machines before. But beware, I come from a 5D Classic and perhaps those who come from a 5D3 not notice a qualitative leap so grande.rnIn last no evidence that the story can only be used with a tripod. Freehand, consistent with the light, the ISO and exposure times ,, is perfetta.rnLa management of images with my MacBook Pro screen retina and is not a problem, but I only work in JPEG (anathema ...) .rnPiuttosto to upload photos to Juza have to resize them.

sent on September 08, 2015


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